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"Through the lens of her camera Myriam Tangi questions the spatial separation between men and women in the Jewish religion, whether it is materialized or not. The word mehitza is at the heart of this project's identity. The author's gaze is built from these photographs, cornerstones of an architecture that will take her to a yet unknown place, through a maze of questions, in which all aspects of human being are conjured up"-- Provided by publisher.

Title Mehitza : seen by women = ce que femme voit / Myriam Tangi
preface, Shmuel Trigano
Marc-Alain Ouaknin, Mordékhai Chriqui, Carol Levithan, mikhal Tikochinsky, Sonia Sarah Lipsyc
translation, Brigitte Sion.
Additional Titles Mehitza, ce que femme voit. English
Mehitza, seen by women
Related place Jerusalem (Israel)-place of publication
Publisher Jerusalem : Gefen Publishing House
Creation Date 2016
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Text in English with some phrases in Hebrew
translated from the French.
Extent 128 pages : illustrations
30 cm.
Language English
Copyright Date ©2016
System Number 990039406040205171
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