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Current Exhibitions

Shimon Pinto, Paint the future, 2015, oil on canvas

Opening:
Saturday, 25 August 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 13 October 2018

Gallery talk:
Tuesday, 28 August 2018 18:00


New Members 2018

Ella Cohen Vansover ,Noa Arad Yairi ,Shimon Pinto

As part of a long tradition, the Artists House annually adds new members to the Jerusalem Artists Association. Next season’s opening exhibition will feature three new artists who have recently joined the Association: Noa Arad Yairi, Ella Cohen Vansover, Shimon Pinto. [Continue reading..]

Tal Rosen, 39 lashes, 2018, mixed media

Opening:
Saturday, 25 August 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 13 October 2018

Gallery talk:
Tuesday, 9 October 2018 18:00


Tal Rosen

Knead Pain Into Thin Air

Curator: Dalia Levin

Tal Rosen continues his inquiries into plants and organic matter, which he transforms into art objects. Like a scientist in the lab, he conducts experiments: gathering and sorting, dissecting and drying, slicing and stitching, imprinting insights and casting an autobiography. He’s calling the viewer to be active: to smell, touch –  to become a performer, so the artistic act is thus expanded, linking people, substances, places, and times. [Continue reading..]

Ofir Barak, Kapparot ceremony, 2015, photograph

Opening:
Saturday, 25 August 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 13 October 2018

Gallery talk:
Tuesday, 4 September 2018 18:00


Ofir Barak

Through Time

Curator: Daniel Tchetchik

Set in an indefinite time and an unfamiliar space, Ofir Barak’s series Through Time delves into the essence of waiting. In the Western world, the quiet moments of in-between are deemed meaningless, even a waste of time. These ostensibly insignificant moments are the time spans separating us from or connecting us to the moments in which we feel more “alive”. [Continue reading..]

Marwa Abd Alkadr, Ehtisham, 2018, Performance

Opening:
Saturday, 25 August 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 13 October 2018

Gallery talk:
Saturday, 22 September 2018 12:00


Marwa Abd Alkadr

Sabbarah

Curator: Gabriella Klein & Israel Rabinowitz

In her first exhibition, Marwa Abd Alkadr arranges potted cacti, a plant that evokes numerous cultural, political, and art historical associations. The cactus is used not as an appropriated symbol or motif, but as an integral part of her life. The Arabic word for cactus, Sabr, also denotes endurance and perseverance. [Continue reading..]