by Helen Schary Motro

Running Scared: Femme Fatale in Tel Aviv

If ever there were a misogynistic exhibit, “Femme Fatale” at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art seemed to fit the bill, with its scores of works portraying woman as the nemesis of the noble male — woman as temptress, poisoner, executioner, seductress, devourer, murderer, emasculator. In short, the personification of evil.

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