In the middle of the 20th century a group of artists settled in a deserted arab village on Mount Carmel. Over the years they built a museum and galleries, created art and rebuilt the village.
More than fifty years later Yedidya and Shlomi were forced to leave their house in this artist community because of the terrible fire on Mount Carmel, and became temporary refugees.
The forces of nature made them reexamine the story of the community, and the country itself.
is an artist and a writer.
This is his 8th book. He lives in Ein-Hod.