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Future Exhibitions

Michal Vorka, Better Homes , 2018, acrylic on canvas

Opening:
Saturday, 16 March 2019

Closing:
Saturday, 11 May 2019

Gallery talk:
Tuesday, 16 April 2019 18:00


Michal Mamit Vorka

NZURI | Winner of the 2019 Miron Sima Prize for the Visual Arts

Curator: Shlomit Breuer

Excerpts from the Committee’s Comments:

Michal Mamit Vorka (b. 1982) immigrated to Israel from Ethiopia at the age of two as part of Operation Moses, and grew up in Netanya. She is a graduate of the Multidisciplinary Art School, Shenkar College of Engineering, Design, and Art, and her painterly education also includes training under artists Israel Hershberg and Aram Gershuni. In recent years she has lived and worked in Tel Aviv.
Vorka represents a new generation of artists of Ethiopian origin who not only engage with the community’s tradition and its members’ lives in Israel, but also present social issues connected with the Ethiopian community’s struggle for their acceptance as an integral part of Israeli society, their identity and sense of belonging. [Continue reading..]

Osnat Yaheli-Sarbagili, Kneset Members Entrance, 2017, Oil on Canvas, photo: Ziki Eizenberg

Opening:
Saturday, 16 March 2019

Closing:
Saturday, 11 May 2019

Gallery talk:
Saturday, 6 April 2019 12:00


Osnat Yaheli-Sarbagili

Mishkan

Curator: Sally Haftel Naveh

Osnat Yaheli-Sarbagili’s new body of work spans interior views of the Israeli Parliament (Knesset). She, doesn’t turn to the Knesset’s familiar  spaces, such as the plenum or the Chagall hall, but rather to the public spaces of the building: which despite their divergence, display an ornate design language. [Continue reading..]

Noga Greenberg, Yad Binyamin, 2017, Color Photography

Opening:
Saturday, 16 March 2019

Closing:
Saturday, 11 May 2019

Gallery talk:
Tuesday, 9 April 2019 18:00


Noga Greenberg

Observance

Curator: Yael Ruhman

Additional opening: Tue., Mar. 19th at 5:30 pm

The photographs in the exhibition were taken in film and are part of a project Noga Greenberg has been working on for the past few years. On weekends when she and her family travel, they spend the night in the homes of other families away from home. Minutes before the Sabbath begins, she photographs their temporary residence. [Continue reading..]

Anat Keinan, Puddle, 2018, Woodcut Print on Paper

Opening:
Saturday, 16 March 2019

Closing:
Saturday, 11 May 2019

Gallery talk:
Saturday, 30 March 2019 12:00


Anat Keinan

Iris and a Hub

Curator: Ido Barel

Exhibition in the 22nd Nidbach series

Facts, expectations, objects, the place, and the time—an inventory of the things revealed to a visitor to the exhibition. Keinan’s work challenges the viewer by probing its boundaries, requiring a closer observation of the interrelations between the objects. The passage between the exhibition rooms is obstructed and the view is blocked, like a seal on water; air volumes imprisoning the threshold, the passageway between the rooms, and the window to the world. [Continue reading..]