Pleasant if Somewhat Rude Views – Mikael and Gabriel Levin – onestar press
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Mikael and Gabriel Levin, Pleasant if Somewhat Rude Views
Published 2005

140 x 225 mm
150 pages
Cover: Paperback, color, glossy finish
Binding: glue bound
Interior: black and white
Edition limited to 250 numbered copies
Price: 35 €

A book of dislocations:

I: Winter Promenade
Photographs: The Flower Market, New York, 1998.
II: Chateaubleau / Attir
Photographs of a French farming village. Text on a Beduin Settlement in Israel. The evolving relationship of people to their land and history.
III: Dangling in New York
Text: On the Double Life of a Hebrew Poet

Mikael Levin has exhibited widely in Europe and America. Projects include War Story (1996), Common Places (2000), and Notes from the Periphery, which was shown at the Venice Biennale in 2003.

Gabriel Levin’s most recent collection of poems Ostraca was published in 1999. Poems from the Diwan, his translation of the medieval Hebrew-Andalusian poet Yehuda Halevi, appeared in 2002. He lives in Jerusalem.