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Tunick will be staying in Israel until next weekend, continuing his efforts to raise public awareness about the Dead Sea sinkholes.On Wednesday, he will unveil a new exhibition at Tel Aviv’s Fourth Florentin gallery, where a selection of his international works will be on display for the next two weeks.“I’ve been on the ground and as you can all see, this is a disaster,” Tunick said. Israeli authorities on Monday [June 11] rounded up dozens of African migrants slated for deportation, most of them from South Sudan, as the government weighs tough penalties against Israelis who help illegal aliens.
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As far as this weekend’s Dead Sea installation is concerned, Israeli environmentalists praised Tunick for his efforts on behalf of the shrinking basin. Clive Lipchin, director of the Center for Transboundary Water Management at the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, emphasized how Tunick’s visit to the region “will help to raise the topic with decision makers throughout the world, since unfortunately, the Israeli government so far has failed miserably regarding this issue.”“The Dead Sea we once knew doesn’t exist anymore,” Lipchin said.
“The harm that has been done on all environmental levels has caused damages that are partly irreversible, and for those that still can be fixed – the window of opportunity is narrow and will soon be closed.”MK Yael Cohen Paran (Zionist Union), chairwoman of the Knesset’s Lobby for Saving the Dead Sea, likewise thanked Tunick for joining in the campaign to preserve the salty basin.“Israel must take responsibility for the destruction of nature over the years, and there is an opportunity for cooperation between countries in the region,” Cohen Paran said, noting that her lobby is currently promoting a number of solutions for the basin, such as increasing the Jordan River’s flow and downsizing the Dead Sea factories.“We have to stop the expansion of sinkholes, a phenomenon inflicting widespread ecological destruction, and a danger to life,” she added.