The serigraph above “Angels Ascending from the Land of Israel” that Alexenberg created at the Israel Museum affiliated graphics center in Jerusalem is the prototype of the artworks in the and on the cover of his book . His serigraph is in the collection of the Israel Museum.
Amalyah Zipkin, Curator of European Art at, wrote a description of the angel coming from Amsterdam to the Israel Museum and then flying on to Tokyo. She wrote:
|The Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem|
When it arrived in Tokyo, it was the morning of October 5th. It was then sent from the Land of the Rising Sun to the City of the Angels in California. The line printed out on the top of the fax “Tokyo National University of the Arts, 5 October 1989” was followed by the line “Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 4 October 1989.” Cyberangels can not only fly around the globe, they can fly into tomorrow and back into yesterday. They reshape our concepts of time and space.