June 23, 2020


Yaakov Chefetz: Only Good Intentions

Yaakov Chefetz, an active artist for more than forty years on the Israeli and world-wide art scene, believes (following Marcuse and Adorno) that art is rejectionist in essence. The artist should represent the “grand refusal” toward...

June 23, 2020


Raafat Hattab: The Lumberjack’s Compassion

Nava T. Barazani

In a conversation with me in July 2019, Raafat Hattab spoke of processes. In his rhythmic tone of voice, I detect walking—lively and responsive walking on the one hand, accommodative walking, quiet and even t...

June 23, 2020


Hava Mehutan: Situation 2020

Curator: Noga Migdal

The veteran and venerated artist Hava Mehutan is one of Israel’s leading sculptors. For seventy years now, she has exhibited locally and abroad and has earned recognition and appreciation. Her wide-ranging oeuvre is to b...

June 23, 2020


Elisheva Frankfort-Smith | Nature Permits

Curator: Yair Barak

A Still-Slumber Land

What does a photograph tell? Seemingly, whatever can be seen in it: the lines, the surfaces, matter, and light. It knows how to list its contents, its internal ontology. Elisheva Frankfort...

November 18, 2019


Doron Gazit

Red Line | Burning Trees

As an artist, I believe in the power of art and its ability to bring about social political, and environmental changes. Art, I believe, can advance and energize social movements that may bring about a revolution capable of salva...

November 18, 2019

Green, Black, Red, Blue

Ala Haytham, Hanin Hassadiye, Soha Faroja, Aysha E Arar

Curator: Efrat Galnoor

November 18, 2019

Lobna Awidat: Undefined

Yellow-red apples in a large wooden tub against a black plastic background spin bobble in a cyclical motion that defies interpretation. Strewn around are wooden boards so perforated as to have surrendered and lost their stiffness. Now pliabl...

November 18, 2019

Mahmood Kaiss: New Validity

Curator: Tamar Gispan-Greenberg

Mahmood Kaiss’ solo exhibition focuses on the new working processes that have occupied Kaiss in the past two years. At its center stands a cluster of sculptures made of metal pieces of motor vehicles meant for s...

November 18, 2019

In Your Way: Walid Abu Shakra, 1946-2019
curator: Farid Abu Shakra
Retrospective exhibition spanning five decades of work by the late artist and Sufi Sheikh

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