Deconstructing the Most Volatile Sites of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict - at Venice Architecture Biennale

Curators of the Israeli exhibition at the Architecture Biennale offer a courageous and aesthetic look at the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as manifested at five famous and fraught locales

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A woman walking outside Rachel's Tomb, a photo from the exhibition at the Israeli pavilion at the Architecture Biennale in Venice.
A woman walking outside Rachel's Tomb, a photo from the exhibition at the Israeli pavilion at the Architecture Biennale in Venice. Credit: Gili Merin
Naama Riba
Naama Riba
Michael Arad's suggested plan for the archaeological garden next to the Western Wall plaza.Credit: Courtesy of Michael Arad
From the Israeli pavilion: Rachel's Tomb, Jerusalem circa 1900-1890.Credit: Courtesy of the Library of Congress
The exhibition "In Statu Quo: Architecture of Negotiation” at the Israeli pavilion.Credit: Claudio Franzini
An 1862 model of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.Credit: Daniel Scher
David Polonsky's animated film about the Mughrabi bridge, in the Israeli pavilion at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale. Credit: David Polonsky

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