| sip of an answer,
I could break out of this prison for drunks.
I didn’t come here of my own accord,
and I can’t leave that way.
Whoever brought me here
will have to take me home.
|in the space, introduces gaps in it, leaves signs and scars on it, or questions it. The exhibition will span mainly site-specific works, with special emphasis on the performative aspect at their core....|
|sh examines what lies between the random and the intended, inspired to complement chance images. Most of the works were created in a process of duplication and copying, reminiscent of Rorschach tests....|
|eatured in Sama’ana investigate whether this focus is binding, flattening, and blurs the gamut of other identities she carries within her without allowing them to be heard
Curator: Nava T. Barazani...|
|protocols and guidelines imposed in medical institutions, to the possibility of healing and recovering crumbling institutions in the face of economic processes and overpowering real estate ventures.
|oted and gone into oblivion. It is also possible to see them frequently in Jewish and Muslim cemeteries, as well as in the Christian cemeteries, which link the cypress with death and farewell to life....|
|According to Gvaram, this is why she chose the popular song "Seeing Far Seeing Transparent" (words: Yankele Rotblit, Composer: Shmulik Kraus), as a kind of motto accompanying the exhibition....|
|touch upon the subject in their works and yet this is a remarkable group exhibition that invites artists to shed a light on various angels of the matters of health and of physical and mental sickness....|
|other path for his artistic expression; he doesn’t have to bother with material explorations – he can get to the heart of the work, tapping into subjects that resonate with him, into the deep essence....|
|fter layer of historical depth found on ancient Greek vessels. The drawings question the content that express the mood of our time? Historical pots of the present? Of identity, nationality and gender?...|