(Adam Golfer)(A House Without a Roof)

Regular price £29.99

Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

New York: Booklyn, 2016
Condition: New, 1st edition, Softcover

A House Without a Roof concerns the strands of history connecting the Jewish Diaspora out of Europe and forced mass migrations from Palestine following WWII with the creation of the State of Israel.  The book associated with the exhibition loosely traces the triangular relationship between Golfer’s grandfather – a survivor of Dachau, his father – who lived on a kibbutz in the early 1970s, and the artist – caught between the membrane of histories that turned the oppressed into oppressors and residents into refugees.  A House Without a Roof negotiates the splintered narratives of war and displacement between Europe, Israel/Palestine, and the United States.