Eyal Asaf’s photographs transport the viewer to those airy places of silence and wonder where everything is beautiful and perfect as in a dream. They offer a different point of view of the familiar world, a new and optimistic perspective from a remote or even detached place.
About 60 Israeli and international artists are participating in The Third Mediterranean Biennale in Sakhnin Valley (open until December 2017) with alternative exhibition spaces spread along a route stretching from Yodfat to Deir Hanna.
I chop the mallow leaves, season and make mallow patties. I put them in a small Pyrex box adorned with flowers that used to be my grandmother’s; half for me and half for a patient of mine, who has lately exhausted her strength. I get in the car and head straight towards the winding road leading to the kibbutz.