One of the items discovered in Emanuel Cahana’s archive was a crate filled with folded boxes of the food packages he designed. Cahana, who had already excelled at paper folding as a child, carefully planned and constructed the packages, which each had a Hebrew side and an English side, printed from the right and from the left respectively. After each box was folded, glued, and closed, these three-dimensional works – designed to store various products many years ago – suddenly came to life. The works created by Cahana for Israeli food companies entertain a dialogue with the American pop art of the 1960s and 1970s. The colorful series of food packages he designed are characterized by surprising connections between color, form and content.

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