Daphna Margolin, a renowned Israeli painter who is considered one of the pioneering ecological artists, has decided to have an unusual ecological art exhibit at
CBI. The paintings point at the sensitive border line between technology and the environment. Margolin's works have been exhibited in prestigious venues like The
Grande Palais in Paris, 1882 Gallery in Frankfurt, Fusion Arts Museum in New York and The Venice Biennale. Professor Alon Tal, of the Desert Ecology Department
in Ben Gurion University, a lawyer who is an expert in environmental law, lectured on Ms. Margolin's works. It is CBI's belief that once reflected in art, ecological
issues stand a better chance of being understood and getting closer to our hearts, thus advancing more quickly toward solutions.

From Israel Yafa organisation

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