“No Father, No Mother” was Moshe Gershuni’s first significant solo exhibition in a European museum for more than thirty years. Taken from a painting (No Father No Mother, 1998) the title of the exhibition delivered a confession, a negative reflection of rootlessness and discontinuity. Gershuni’s early works were informed by Pop, Conceptual art, and post-minimalism, and encompassed a variety of media from sculpture and installation to performance art, video, sound art, and works on paper. He later moved to focus to painting, drawing and printmaking, often in combination with textual verses and biblical references that touch on political events, Israel’s recent history, and on the artist’s personal history. This rich, cultural baggage and humanistic heritage coalesced in a the exhibition.