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The sad story of Ya Ya

by Dalit Nemirovsky | 28.01.14

Artist Amir Pollak has been telling The Sad Story of Ya Ya for a long time now. Using mainly the Facebook platform, Pollak tells the story of a child, a skeleton, a rabbit and  things that go wrong along the way.

Now his project made it to the Passage venue, which curator Daria Kaufman transformed into a theatrical Mangao scene where Pollack’s creatures come to life.

The exhibition will stand for three more days, so if you are into Manga, this is your last chance.

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Passage, 94 Allenby Street, Tel Aviv
Hours throughout the week: 19:00-24:00
The exhibition will run until Friday | 31 January
Free admission
Ya Ya’s Facebook page.

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