Israeli art of the 1960s–’70s was a thriving scene of performative art practices, of which very little is known to the international community of performance researchers. Evolving gradually in response to new trends on the American and European art scenes, these performative manifestations reacted to and reflected the specific local circumstances that would eventually result in a major change in the country’s life, culture, and art.
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