Israeli Urban Archaeologist Takes the Art World by Storm

Ilit Azoulay, who creates massive installations in her Jaffa studio, never dreamed that one day her findings would be displayed at New York’s MoMA, and that she would be able to get through the opening despite her anxiety.

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Ilit Azoulay. 'The place I enjoy being in is the studio.'
Ilit Azoulay. 'The place I enjoy being in is the studio.'Credit: David Bachar
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The Keys, 2010.Credit: Ilit Azoulay
First Option, 2013.Credit: Ilit Azoulay
Tree For Two One, 2010.Credit: Toni Hafkenscheid
STUFFED GIRAFFE (detail from SHIFTING DEGREES OF CERTAINTY, 2014).Credit: Ilit Azoulay



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