Efrat Galnoor presents the solo exhibition 'Nymphs' at the Ein Harod Museum of Art. In the exhibition, Galnoor examines the spatial relations that occupied Claude Monet in his drawings of water lilies. Galnoor reconstructs Mona's original composition but reduces the flowers to circles. The Museum of Art, Ein Harod, until 3.5.17 .
In the Jewish Museum in Amsterdam, Gaston Zvi Itzkovitz presents a series of photographs alongside the painter Moshe Kupferman. The exhibition exposes two perspectives of representatives from two generations. Gaston, with his realistic gaze, presents images of Israel, enigmatic and subject to interpretation. Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam .
a joint exhibition for Yair Barak and Netta Lieber Sheffer 'Ghost Valley' will exhibit charcoal and graphite drawings by Lieber Sheffer from the past year and photographs by Yair Barak taken in Istanbul. The dialogue between Barak and Lieber Sheffer is dealing with elements of time, exhaustion and beauty. The Lobby - a Place for Art, Arlozorov 6, Tel Aviv. p>
In her solo show 'Mellow Pop' Bezalel deepens her interest in stretching the limits of draftsmanship. She is combining techniques from the graffiti world and the classical drawing process. In November 2017, Bezalel's solo exhibition will be held at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art as part of the prestigious Rappaport Prize. Mellow Pop, Lexus Art Gallery, Karlibach 37, Tel Aviv. p>
The Nahum Gutman Museum presents Ronen Sharabani's solo show 'Snap to Grid'. Sharabani, one of Israel's leading video artists, aspires to create a sculptural environment in a virtual world and provides viewers with a mesmerizing experience.Nahum Gutman Museum, Shimon Rokach 21, Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv, until 23.4
Congratulations to Yifat Bezalel on winning the Rappaport Prize for a young artist! In her works over the years Bezalel consistently exuberates virtuosic drawing and emotional depth. As part of the prize, Bezalel will exhibit a solo exhibition accompanied by a catalog in the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
As part of the exhibition 'Honoré Daumier : between romantic pathos and social criticism' Zelwer exhibits five of her works that deal with the distortions tarnishing modern society. Curator: Svetlana Reingold Hermann Struck Museum, Haifa Runs through August 5th
Marking the fifth anniversary of the gallery, the gallery is holding a group exhibition entitled 'Utopia'. As its name, the exhibition reflects the gallery's philosophy- art as the last place where you are still free to dream of a better world. As part of the exhibition Matalon gives us an explicit reading of Israel’s dream come true. Podbielski Contemporary Berlin Runs through April 16th
Boaz Aharonovitch has been selected to take part in The 'Unfamiliar Asia' exhibition; part of the 2nd Biennale for Contemporary Photography at the CAFA Art Museum in Beijing. He was selected among many contemporary emerging photographers to both exhibit and lecture about his work. The exhibition was curated by Nili Goren. Running from October 15th and until November 26th, 2015
Lending from a variety of disparate topics, Assaf Evron’s work investigates the deceptive nature of vision and the ways in which it influences social structures. Positioned between the abstract and the figurative, Evron’s work employs a photographic logic on three-dimensional objects, exploring a space that lies between perception and its rationalization.
In this show Ickowicz presents an ambitious video installation on which he worked for the last 2 years. The video shows people from East Jerusalem walking to the National Insurance office in Jerusalem and back to their homes. Everyday routine in which embedded the unbearable political and social situation. January 2015 Tel Aviv, Israel
The Dou exhibition which opened in London on 7.11 is a collaboration between the Yemeni artist, Tasleem Mulhall and Guy Shoham, whose current body of work deals with subversion and breaking the boundaries of the medium. Shoham focuses on objects of low aesthetic and materialistic value and turns them to be desirable with artist value.
Ohad Matalon with a solo exhibition at the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art. The exhibition will open with empty walls. Photograph that will be created during the exhibition will be printed and hanged in the exhibition space in front of visitors.
Initial work will be created and will be displayed during the opening night.
The exhibition will change daily, and in January will be a festive closing event during which the exhibition catalog will be launched.
Curator: Nili Goren
Tel Aviv Museum of Art