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Michael and Inna Rogatchi's Art on The Jerusalem Moment special media project

Posted 26/4/2017

Michael Rogatchi, Inna Rogatchi (C). Jerusalem. My Stones collage. Unique. 2013. Michael Rogatchi, Inna Rogatchi (C). Jerusalem. My Stones collage. Unique. 2013. Michael and Inna Rogatchi's art on featured on the special media project for commemoration of the 50th anniversary of re-unification of Jerusalem. 

Michael and Ina Rogatchi's art is featured on the special international media project in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the re-unification of Jerusalem. The project The Jerusalem Moments has been conceived and is run by journalist and writer Rachel Sharansky-Danziger, daughter of Natan Sharansky, the head of the Jewish Agency.  

Describing her special project, Rachel Sharansky-Danziger explains that in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the re-unification of Jerusalem, The Jerusalem Moments site   publishes new materials about Jerusalem daily, in a 50-days of the current phase of the project's marathon. The materials are reaching to wide audience, as they consist of art and essays, photos and videos, materials for and by youth, and the people whose heart beats in unison with the Jerusalem. This project is about love, and there is no deeper love among the Jewish people whenever they live than their love to Jerusalem, the heart of the nation.

Michael Rogatchi's paintings are featured in the Art section of the project, and Inna Rogatchi's fine art photography in the Photo section.  

We commend Rachel Sharansky-Danzinger for such creative, breathing with good, and uplifting initiative, and inviting all our friends and colleagues to get familiar with this lovely project, The Jerusalem Moments  .

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