|s of movement and rhythm. The viewer is a part of the works, as in op art, where every movement of the viewer in front of the object changes the visual perception of the work.
Curator: Shari Faran...|
|ated photographs. These illuminate some of Okun’s research process for each individual painting, showing how they changed until each took on its final form.
Curator: Efi Gen I Keren Weishuss
|e to shape the endless fragments in the collage of memory and oblivion of her experience during the Holocaust, of my experience, our experience, first generation, second generation and beyond."
|he figure into relief. In these moments, Yedidya dangles the narrative bait but he is never seduced by the temptation to tell a story. Painting is, he insists, its own art of fiction.
|he full moon.” She is a poet who paints with words, dwelling alternately in the heavenly domain or sailing through the cosmic expanse, creating pathways into human hearts.
Curator: Nava T. Barazani...|
|g, as if saying: I am a significant part of being. Strolling among her works allows us a look into Hindes Wartenberg’s rich and wild imagination, as well as the depths of her soul.
Hana Barak Engel...|
|ed question: Has anything changed? The background, as well as the serious expression, stand out in their diversity and present
the possibility of a new pictorial conversation.
Curator: Efi Gen
|es not have the power to heal, it is the space in which the trauma can be echoed, while offering ways of recognizing the pain and even overcoming it, without denying the scar.
Curator: Galia Bar Or...|
|ely neat space, with the working materials out of sight. The conversation began with various topics that interest Belle, and continued with a discussion as to the artworks hanging on the studio walls....|
| he emerged give birth to a unique exhibition. Yamaguchi builds traditional instruments, their sound and appearance blending into one. These sounds combine with the artworks, mixing visual and sound. ...|
|am Gamburd, a leading artist who engages in drawing, invited selected students to exhibit their works alongside her own and those of her father, Moisey Gamburd (1903–1954), who was a master draftsman....|
|rks in Tel Aviv) under the title Jetesais (Iknowyou). The videos present a series of actions performed by Abou over the past five years around the world: at the Lofoten archipelago in northern Norway;...|
|“Man is nothing but a pattern of the landscape of his homeland.”
(Man Is Nothing But…, Shaul Tchernichovsky)|
|statue, a poem can refer to a painting and so on and so forth. Ekphrasis is all about the spirit of the work of art. It enhances the original work of art and gives it a new perspective and life. ...|
|continent, a shared mark, departing from an ingathering of human and animalistic dramas.
Artists: Etti Abergel, Hanan Offner, Einat Amir, Yemima Ergas, Israel Erlanger, Michael Ben Abu, Jermi Adani. ...|
|ood remains as it had been. Sometimes scratched, its cracks and creases immortalize lost time. They serve as a voluminous platform for the realist painting that corresponds with classical traditions. ...|
|ends with photoshop design of a water purification facility by Elinor rotem. This and other desalinations fullfill the need of water in our region which is given to droughts and has limited resources....|
| 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?...|
|tion between its two principals, Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, whose immersion in the worlds of design and street art animate the dualities and insouciant contradictions for which they are known....|
|tists bring up relevant questions on the status of the worker and his adaptation to the changes in the age of revolutions in the ideological-social state of mind and technological-digital advancement....|
|e its intrinsic aesthetics, but this is not the case here. The artist manages to sustain the statement with all its intensity, without watering down the sensations and the bulk-delivered information. ...|
|ings—to the injustice of society towards the helpless and the outcast. Her works, drawn in a skillful line from a personal point of view, become a barometer of society, of a specific time and setting....|
|eir own magic, and those small drawings them-selves can stand alone as complete piece of art. These delicate footnotes almost disappear in the entirety of the painting; the vibrant colours covering la...|
|heir clarity is like a common thread, characterizing most of her paintings. To anyone who knows her and her vivacious, positive character, such brightness of color beautifully encapsulates her spirit....|
|;different life," coded information that is useless and unknown to us, and paints on the surface situations in which she concentrates her thoughts, on the here and now.
Curator: Vera Pilpoul
|upon some additional questions concerning the artist’s inner world.
Hana Barak Engel
Poems: The Flawed Bell , Out of the Depths Have I Cried, from “The Flowers of Evil” by Charles Baudelaire
From the lightning in the sky
As it passed me flying by,
From the thunder and the storm,
And the cloud that took the form
(When the rest of Heaven was blue)
Of a demon in my view.
|re his honest visual creations inviting the viewer to participate in the experience, gaze, digest and offer your own comment as Cohen’s work moves the spirit.
Curator: Aryeh Berkovitch
|Sharaga, Eduard Almashe, Gdalyahu Hortig, Liya Dayagi, Milka Benziman, Orna L. Brock, Riva Rasin, Ronit Binder, Sarith Leila Haas, Vera Zmud Vartanov, Zipi Zegla.
Curator: Avivit Agam Dali, PhD
|and the task of social mothering; poles that Omer mixes and thus allows them to appear not in a hierarchical and binary manner, but as intertwined in an indissoluble manner.
Curator: Vera Pilpoul
|th of its glorious beauty. The series of books D?d?l?u published over the years is complemented by an exhibition, allowing us to get to know him better, him and his body of work.
Hana Barak Engel
|bout women. And in the background there will always be the scenes of the country in the changing seasons of the year, as my works deal in my familiar and local world and not in universal phenomena.
|se are Workbench Guards, such as Harlap learned how to make at school to protect the woodworking bench. This is a love poem to carpentry and its most basic elements.
Curator: Meira Perry-Lehmann
|appreciation for this mature artist, with his extensive knowledge in the art world. And such a first “taste” generates great expectations for his future in the Israeli art scene.
Hana Barak Engel
|ions of both paintings and culture. The thesis is being written as part of the artist’s Master’s degree studies in the Artist-Teacher course at the Oranim Academic College.
Curator: Gallia Bar Or
|ted by the mz project room in Sch?neberg, a brand new gallery and art space founded by Martina Zinkwe.
mz project room Kyffh?user str. 16, Sch?neberg Berlin
|ve, as if saying: “Here I am, and this is how I look (in fact, how I will look), with all my wrinkles and sagging skin, my face is scarred by time. I am human”.
Curator: Hana Barak Engel