Eran Shakine: A Muslim, a Christian and a Jew

28 Oct 2016

28 OCT - 05 MAR

Jewish Museum
Berlin, Germany

Through a series of some 40 large-scale drawings, Eran Shakine humorously considers the similarities and differences between Muslims, Christians, and Jews.

In search of common origins, the love of God or dialog with Moses, they experience various bizarre or everyday situations.
As carefree as the drawings appear, their statement is a serious one: Muslims, Christians, and Jews share a common history despite the different interpretation of their Scriptures. Their wishes, hopes, and dreams are ultimately very similar.

"Once you strip off everything we use in order to distinguish ourselves from one another, we all have the same basic need: We all want to be happy."

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