Current Exhibitions « The Jerusalem Artists House – בית האמנים בירושלים

Current Exhibitions

Amira Ziyan, Hiba, 2017-2018, photograph  mounted on Dibond

Opening:
Saturday, 9 June 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 4 August 2018

Gallery talk:
Saturday, 4 August 2018 12:00


Territories Unraveled

Amira Ziyan ,Andi Arnovitz ,Asad Azi ,Etti Abergel ,Fatima Abu Roomi ,Hannan Abu-Hussein ,HilaLuluLinFarahKufrBirim ,Leor Grady ,Nevet Yitzhak ,Raafat Hattab ,Tal Shoshan ,Yoav Raban

Curator: Irena Gordon

The exhibition “Territories Unraveled” ties the concept of territory, the textile tradition, and the textual practice together in the work of twelve contemporary artists. Unfolding a reality of immigration and uprooting, exile and memory, beauty and yearning, a silenced past and a sizzling violence, the works construct a space of significations and mappings, which are revealed in their instability and frailty. [Continue reading..]

Michal Orgil, Tiger and Monkey, 2018, oil on canvas

Opening:
Saturday, 9 June 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 4 August 2018

Gallery talk:
Tuesday, 31 July 2018


Michal Orgil

No Satellite Reception

Curator: Ruty Chinsky-Amitay

Michal Orgil in her exhibition blends places, memories, consciousness flashes, times, and situations in her works, to create an intricate, stratified, multi-focal image of the world. Using a palette knife and a brush as well as her fingers, Orgil moves along the canvas, at times with powerful momentum, at others with a fluttering, accurate touch. [Continue reading..]

Yonatan Auron Ophir, Untitled, 2018, Enema and Glass tube. photo: Maya Zehavi

Opening:
Saturday, 9 June 2018

Closing:
Saturday, 4 August 2018

Gallery talk:
Tuesday, 24 July 2018 18:00


Yonatan Auron Ophir

Shrub Height

Curator: Efrat Galnoor

In his exhibition, Yonatan Auron Ophir explores the possibility of representing bodily gestures as a limited aesthetic action, so reduced as to almost disappear. Thus, for example, on thin, fragile plasterboards is a relief only a few millimeters high, barely visible to the naked eye. [Continue reading..]