Greenpoint artist Noa Bornstein will show her lithograph, Ach (the word for “brother” in Arabic and Hebrew) in a group exhibition at the HOLLAR Gallery in Prague, Czech Republic in the fall (Sept. 18—October 13, 2013). Bornstein printed the limited edition on a scholarship at the Manhattan Graphics Center which co-organized the show. She has been studying Arabic at ABC Languages on 29th street in Manhattan since 2010. Having previously studied Hebrew, the striking similarities between the two languages led her to the image which incorporates the Arabic and Hebrew letters: “Eleph Che” in Arabic, and “Aleph Chet” (the ‘ch’ being the guttural ‘h’ sound) that spell, “Ach”—pronounced exactly the same in both languages. The word in English also appears.