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Michal Mamit Worke / Still from Life / Portrait Time II at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
people from everyday life, probing the discrepancies between the social and the intimate, between the painter and her subjects, and between the world presented in the paintings and the viewer and his...
Elie Shamir / Portrait Time / Portrait Time II at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
es of the pioneers of the Valley. Shamir’s paintings and drawings explore, through dialogue with the Great Masters of art, his own world, thereby offering a portrait of an entire society and culture. ...
Leonid Balaklav / Pinacotheca / Portrait Time II at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
ecause they – and consequently the depicted figures – bear the marks of the passage of time. The figures are like beings rising from the artist’s memory, which are also phantoms of the history of art....
Jan Rauchwerger / The Big Grove / Portrait Time II at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
n lively discussion), is transmuted into singular moments of intimacy – of the couple, and of the family – and no less, into an attentive space of creativity that expands the moment beyond the present...
William Kentridge at Tel Aviv Museum of Art
e’s distinctive style. It continues with patients pushing intravenous poles, priests holding silhouettes of lilies over their heads, people dragging sacks, shadows of skeletons dancing along and more....
Hybrids, Creatures of Wonder / at Haifa Museum of Art
e idea of the "nomad," used by Braidotti, is another name for the feminine. It serves as a positive model of movement and impermanence, denoting a mental, rather than a geographical journey....
Where I Come From / Tsibi Geva at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
ion, eclecticism, political and social chaos. Today, I am drawn to the unwanted castoffs that are thrown away, like waste or as anthropological findings, and work within them.” Curator: Aya Lurie...
Outside Time / Iris Nesher at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
ith thoughts about the museum's function as a contemporaneous time capsule that preserves and commemorates, outside the flow of time, the essence of what it is to be human. Curator: Aya Lurie...
My Face / Hannah Levi at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
she is revealed not only as an artist who maintains a fresh perspective that is true to herself, but also as a bold individual who dared to swim against the current. Curator: Ruty Chinsky-Amitay ...
The Cuckoo Clock / Vered Aharonovitch at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
ccumulated inside. Yet the family members’ desire to maintain order and cleanliness is doomed to fail: in short order, the procession pulls all the garbage back into the house. Curator: Aya Lurie ...
 
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