Noma Bar's visual poetry
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He’s a master of illusory illustration, constantly exploring the relationship between the negative and positive, light and dark, war and peace. His award-winning visual double entendres have graced everything from the covers of the New York Times and Don DeLillo novels to the walls of prestigious galleries and advertising posters.
Noma Bar joins Jade Barker on the show to talk about what he calls his visual poetry and image story-telling. He also explains how growing up in war-torn Israel helped him find the light in the dark and see the duality in the world.
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