Architect Frank Gehry takes clear stand in support of artists boycott of Ariel

When Architect Frank Gehry pulled out of the Museum of Tolerance project being built by the Simon Wiesenthal Center with the backing of the Jerusalem Municipality on a corner of the ancient Mamilla Cemetary, he didn’t make his motives publicly clear. There was dissembling and vagueness all around. But, Gehry did pull out his drawings [&hellip...

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More on the Museum of Tolerance + Mamilla Cemetary

Last month, Haaretz published an extensive and lengthy multi-part special report on the controvery — and fight — over the construction of a Museum of Tolerance on top of part of the ancient Mamilla Cemetary that became part of West Jerusalem and Israel as a result of the 1948 creation of the State of Israel […]

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