Andi Arnovitz

Andi Arnovitz, 504 Years Later, 2011. Digital prints on Fuji paper, hand-sewn leaves and threads, each panel 120 x 45 cm. Artist's collection. Photo: Avshalom Avital
Andi Arnovitz, 504 Years Later, 2011.
Digital prints on Fuji paper, hand-sewn leaves and threads, each panel 120 x 45 cm.
Artist's collection. Photo: Avshalom Avital
Andi Arnovitz, Coat of the Agunot, 2010. Digital prints of antique ketubah pages and threads, 159 × 148 cm. Artist's collection. Photo: Avshalom Avital. Use of images from the Israel National Library ketubah collection, with permission of the Library
Andi Arnovitz, Coat of the Agunot, 2010.
Digital prints of antique ketubah pages and threads, 159 × 148 cm. Artist's collection. Photo: Avshalom Avital.
Use of images from the Israel National Library ketubah collection, with permission of the Library

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Andi Arnovitz was born and raised in the United States and immigrated to Israel in 1999. Her work has been shown in Europe, Israel, Canada, China, the USA, and Eastern Europe and is part of many collections including the US Library of Congress, The Israel National Library, The Smithsonian Museum, and others.