| Rubinstein wrote: “Connoisseurs and art critics have traveled from many lands to see these miniature rooms, but I think I enjoy showing them to children most of all.”
Curator: Galit Landau Epstein...|
|Antenna Fundaci?n; and Galer?a Patricia Ready and Fundaci?n Arte+.
Additional funding is provided by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s International Director’s Council and Latin American Circle.
|racteristic of drawing on paper. Combined, they evoke a sense of unrest, an impression of something gone awry – further attesting to the instability of the present reality.
Curator: Yaniv Shapira
|tastic, pleasure-filled and disturbing world, whose exclusive and uncompromising language represents five decades of art-making.
Guest Curator: Marie Shek
Associate Curator: Galit Landau-Epstein
|lity for the Other, thus as a responsibility for what is not my deed, or for what does not even matter to me; which precisely does matter to me, is met by me as face."
Curator: Neta Gal-Azmon...|
|of the exhibition, is the recipient of a curatorial research scholarship from the House of Israeli Art, Academic College of Tel Aviv–Yafo.
Curator: Hadas Kedar
Assistant Curator: Julia Yablonsky
|Jerusalem from July to December 2021, subsequently traveling to Moscow, where it will be displayed at the Pushkin Museum from December 2022 to April in the following year.
Curator: Tanya Sirakovich...|
|tween matter and spirit, and between reason and chaos. The exhibiting artists address the existential absurdity, the vitality and falsity innate to modes of artistic practice.
Curator: Irena Gordon...|
|s previous iterations in Munich and Essen.
The exhibition is on view at the Felicja Blumental Gallery, Marc Rich and Gabrielle Rich Wing, Main Building, Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Curator: Raz Samira...|
|w him a radical interpretation of the act of painting – which often clings to partialness, disintegration, and dissemination as values in their own right.
Curators: Neta Gal-Azmon, Yaniv Shapira
| Aviv Museum of Art; Givon Art Gallery, Tel Aviv; and Feinkunst Kr?ger Gallery, Hamburg among others, and has participated in group exhibitions in Germany, Latvia and Israel.
Curator: Dr. Aya Lurie...|
|Steichen, Rudolf Stingel, Yves Tanguy, Takis, Jean Tinguely, Cy Twombly, Tunga, Andy Warhol, Lawrence Weiner, Edward Weston
Guest curator: David Rosenberg
Tel Aviv Museum curator: Noa Rosenberg...|
| reveal itself to the viewer, while concurrently hinting at theological aspects associated with seeing the face of God and with death.
Curator: Anat Danon Sivan
Assistant curator: Naama Bar-Or
|ith the theme of collective redemption, the video installation also addresses trauma, expectations of salvation, and the longing for change.
Curators: Dr. Shelley Harten and Dr. Gregor H. Lersch.
| Haifa Museum of Art takes the task upon itself of spearheading and reinforcing this partnership, and increasing the space for dialogue.
Curator: Kobi Ben-Meir, Chief Curator,
Haifa Museum of Art...|
|re is, then, a sense of joy in our ability to come together and view this mesmerizing work. A reminder, perhaps, of what makes each of us unique and precious.
Curator: Mira Lapidot, Tal Lanir
|age, and between an artistic field and a scientific one. The artistic methods employed here enable the production of new maps, alternative to official ones. The project seeks to create an opportunity ...|
|in Israel, artist Yishai Jusidman. This important show, engaging with the question of the Holocaust’s representation in contemporary painting, was previously presented in key venues around the world. ...|
|recorded in matter, gradually accumulating into her work, attesting to a fragile existential movement. The journey draws her back and forth, a constant oscillation between wandering and domestication....|
|m of Art presents a solo exhibition of works by Alexander Calder (1898–1976), a pioneering American artist in modern sculpture, one of the most unique and influential figures of the twentieth century....|
|ls between ancient cultures in the Near and Far East, he has absorbed images of sacred and prayer structures: mosque domes, temple pagodas, and vaults, that aspire upward and evoke a sense of elation....|
|ch is on display in the Museum’s entrance lobby. At the center of the painting, the artist had written in printed letters (in Hebrew), “This is the third dream I remember,” in keeping with his custom ...|
|om natural materials, convenes an encounter
with the artistic presence of the human touch, with values of labor
and laboring, and with a faith free of cynicism in human, civil and
|0 and 2006, without claiming to offer a retrospective of the sculptor’s career. The works presented at MASI are well-suited examples of the central role played by the human figure in Josephsohn’s art ...|
|rn Art will present Broken Nature in its street-level galleries from November 21, 2020 through Summer 2021. The exhibition will highlight the concept of “restorative design” and present objects and co...|
|stallation artist. For the first time ever, viewers will be given an exemplary overview of the artist’s exhibition practice without letting his early and late works fall by the wayside. This cross-sec...|
|e party as a social and collective platform for emancipation and self-determination and explores the aesthetic and poetic forms that have evolved as a result since the nineteenth century, particularl...|
|tti - Face to Face is the first large-scale presentation of Giacometti’s work in Sweden in over twenty years and Moderna Museet’s Director Gitte ?rskou predicts the exhibition to be a future classic. ...|
|e. The sense of absence and nothingness is a continuation of the installation Belongs Nowhere and to Another Time, exhibited at the 2019 Venice Biennale, where Fainaru was chosen to represent Romania....|
|of phenomena as threatening and dangerous. Art reacts to this climate on both the private and the collective levels, engaging with an array of threats connected to violence, political power, and more....|
|ows or doors, such as prison cells, graves, churches, theaters, reading rooms, or collection chambers. These spaces do not allow the occupant to gaze outside, illuminating only that which lies within....|
|ke a spacious spiral with natural illumination. Some twenty years ago, however, the pavilion’s exterior walls were closed, internal partitions were built on the top floor, and the windows were sealed....|
|omprehensive presentation of Shamir’s work, which engages with Israeli masculinity and the Zionist ethos through art as a bearer of beauty, compassion, and recognition of the limits of the human gaze....|
|mately: of the power of all those to recall the commandment to live. Ben-Ami states that she seeks to describe a situation wherein “The entirety of one’s experience and support is to be found in one’s...|
|lay (2015), a painting of a play (2015), a film (2016), and a comprehensive exhibition at Mishkan Museum of Art, Ein Harod, (2020), in conjunction with an exhibit at Bochum Art Museum, Germany (2019)....|
| 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...|
|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. ...|
|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....|
|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...|
|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....|
|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....|
|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...|
|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...|
| 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 ...|
|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 ...|
|Solo exhibition at Tel Aviv Museum of Art of works by Samah Shihadi, recipient of the 2018 Haim Shiff Prize for Figurative-Realist Art.|
|ody be beautiful? These questions which art and philosophy make a never-ending effort to address, seem too grand ever to resolve. They hold a great challenge for any philosopher, let alone an artist. ...|
|negie Hall festival Migrations: The Making of America (from 9 March to 15 April 2019). During the festival, Boaz Vaadia’s sculpture can be viewed at Jim Kempner Fine Art gallery in Chelsea New York....|
|has always developed in a complex context of socio-political tension, war, and bloodshed, a context in which it is impossible to separate everyday individual life from the historical and the mythical....|
|ur wishes to the grantors and grantee. It is highly important that Israeli plastic artists gain the establishment’s acknowledgement and support, and therefore every new and honorable award is welcome....|
|nd Tania Coen-Uzzielli it traces the complex mechanism of the 'Status Quo' within shared holy places in Israel-Palestine, which functions as a controversial and fragile system of coexistence. ...|
|ir winning of the prize, and their progression that following it.
The first winner of the Shiff prize was painter Amnon David Ar, as a result of which he held a solo exhibition at the Museum in 2009....|
|onal two-family semi-detached house – traced with shallow berms of red hamra soil. The house, a vulnerable organic unit whose relationship to its neighbor is governed by the connected vessels law, bec...|
|ter his death – and his nephew, the sculptor Haimi Fenichel, born in 1972, who is named after him. The picture of the dead uncle – with the inscription Haim Fenichel RIP – gazed upon Haimi, throughout...|
|e series presented in the exhibition are the Seascapes, the Theaters, the Dioramas, the Portraits (Madame Tussaud's wax figures), the Architecture, the Colors of Shadow, and the Lightning Fields. ...|
| This visual information is highly appreciated by art lovers and travelers who even from a distance of very long time can appreciate the greatness of an extraordinary creator.
Hana Barak Engel
|and educational programs for children and adults.
Curator: Jennifer Thompson,
The Gloria and Jack Drosdick Curator of European Painting and Sculpture at PMA
Curator in Charge: Suzanne Landau
|useum. It captures the
world of those who sought to create a new world without forgetting where they had come from, and reflects, in its own way, the history of the Jewish people in the 20th century....|
|the-mill art of good quality, bordering on the commercial, yet nothing could prepare me, or any viewer, for the first glimpse of this brilliant and daring installation set up in the heart of the city....|
| the superficiality of the plane as a modernist value and as a semiotic value identified in art as a link to ancient worlds, expressing sharpness and concentration of destiny.
Dr. Anton Bidermann
|nes from our daily lives. They beguile us with their innocence and the joy of life emanating from them. Leo Ray is a magician of the simple life, and there lies his greatest asset.
Hana Barak Engel...|
|e Israeli Other. Porbuchrai takes an unflinching gaze at the oppressed margins, at wretchedness and grace, at the common, warm and familiar, but also at the exotic and alien.
Curator: Ori Drumer
| is manifested in a plethora of phantoms), is the ethical complexity of an alienated life in the age of Internet, social media, virtual simulation, and Artificial Intelligence.
Curator: Aya Lurie
|o the exact opposite: speak the truth – the complex, funny, poignant truth – about the people who formed the greatest wave of immigration ever to reach this land.
Curator: Dr. Amitai Mendelsohn
|themselves to her writings by means of familiar signs, the human body, the body of the animal, archetypal features and color. All in all, her work is an essay on life.
Meir Aharonson, Winter 2017
|es, the Workshop incorporates activities for special-needs populations and elderlies. These reflect Reuven’s persona as a person, an artist, an educator, and a community member.
Curator: Irit Levin...|
|urgeois herself maintained that it addressed mother-child relations—the basic, primary two-person relationship which determines all future relationships.
Curators: Jerry Gorovoy and Suzanne Landau...|
|flowers were flowers and lines were lines. Later, influenced by Impressionist painting, I started to deconstruct the image, which is evident in my later works."
curator: Dr. Doron J. Lurie
|flight for a moment, coming down to see “if the waters were abated from off the face of the ground.” (Genesis 8:8) This is the calm that Amram seeks for herself and for us.