Current Exhibitions « The Jerusalem Artists House – בית האמנים בירושלים

Current Exhibitions

Self Portrait, 1976, woodcut, 54x56.5 cm, photo-Ran Erde

Opening:
Saturday, 14 April 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 2 June 2018


Moshe Hoffman

Fighting the Rule of Attraction

Curator: Ron Bartos

Moshe Hoffman (1938–1983) was a woodcut master, a print artist, sculptor, painter, restorer, and poet. Hoffman was a painter of passion and instincts, the poet of habits and routine, an artist of the everyday. “I could have given it wings,” he wrote in one of his poems, reasoning: “but that’s against my nature.” [Continue reading..]

Heavy Body, 2017, oil on canvas, 90x70 cm

Opening:
Saturday, 14 April 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 2 June 2018


Abraham Storer

Against the Day

Curator: Yanai Segal

Born and raised in the northern United States, Abraham Storer has lived in Israel since 2012. The northern eye through which he observes the local landscape uses a restrained palette and with tools derived from realism. [Continue reading..]

Thou Shalt not Make, 2018, digital photograph, 60X90 cm

Opening:
Saturday, 14 April 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 2 June 2018


Zoe Grindea

Confessions of a Time Traveler

Curator: Yasmin Bergner

The perception of reality is reconsidered upon viewing Zoe Grindea’s works, in which the mythical blends with the mundane. Within the silence and chaos of the everyday life, a much broader reality is projected, the one which emerges in our dreams as well as in moments of inspiration. [Continue reading..]

Dan Robert Lahiani, video still from The Orphan's Gift, video, 2017-2018, on the photo: Yoanna Blikman

Opening:
Saturday, 14 April 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 2 June 2018


Dan Robert Lahiani

Pre-Conditioned Tracks

Curator: Ohad Matalon

21st Nidbach series

The City Tower (Migdal Ha’Ir), standing adjacent to both the Jerusalem Artists’ House and the artist’s current residence, is a recurring motif which functions as a case study in Dan Robert Lahiani’s first solo exhibition. In the show’s central piece, The Orphan’s Gifts, the tower’s space is deconstructed into axes of movement and gaze, activated by the caméra vivante (“The Living Camera,” as the artist calls it). [Continue reading..]