Shula Keshet

Shula Keshet, Zelophehad's Daughters, 2011. From the series "Women's Tractate A", Biblical text: Numbers Chapters 27, 36. Interpretation: Hamutal Guri. Acrylic and ink on canvas, 53 x 180 cm. Artist's collection
Shula Keshet, Zelophehad's Daughters, 2011. From the series "Women's Tractate A",
Biblical text: Numbers Chapters 27, 36. Interpretation: Hamutal Guri. Acrylic and ink on canvas, 53 x 180 cm. Artist's collection
Shula Keshet, Eve-Lilith / Hagar-Ketura, 2011. From the series "Women's Tractate A", Text: Genesis Chapters 1, 2, 3, 16, 21. Interpretation: Nitza Keren, Rachel Reich, Hamutal Guri, Yafa Eliasi, Orna Zaken, Ora Lev-Ron, Loren Milk, Esther Eilam, Esther Shkalim. Acrylic and ink on canvas, 120 x 80 cm. Artist's collection
Shula Keshet, Eve-Lilith / Hagar-Ketura, 2011. From the series "Women's Tractate A",
Text: Genesis Chapters 1, 2, 3, 16, 21. Interpretation: Nitza Keren, Rachel Reich, Hamutal Guri, Yafa Eliasi, Orna Zaken, Ora Lev-Ron, Loren Milk, Esther Eilam, Esther Shkalim.
Acrylic and ink on canvas, 120 x 80 cm. Artist's collection

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Shula Keshet is an Israeli social and political activist and entrepreneur, Sephardi feminist, artist, curator, and publisher. She is one of the founders of the “Ahoti (My sister) – for Women in Israel” movement, and its CEO since 2005. Keshet’s artwork focuses on her identity as a feminist-Sephardi artist, and as a curator and producer she connects women from Arabic background (Jews, Muslims, and Christians) and reveals their stories.

From the series “Women’s Tractate A”

Shula Keshet. From the series “Women’s Tractate B”