Exhibitions « The Jerusalem Artists House – בית האמנים בירושלים

Current Exhibitions

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Opening:
Saturday, 7 September 2019

Closing:
Saturday, 9 November 2019

Gallery talk:
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 18:00


Elena Rotenberg

This Rock and All of the Remaining Ones | Winner of the 2019 Osnat Mozes Painting Prize for a Young Artist

Curator: Avi Sabah

Elena Rotenberg is the winner of the 2019 Osnat Mozes Painting Prize, awarded annually in collaboration with the Jerusalem Artists’ House. The Prize was introduced in 2007. It includes a 10,000 NIS award and a solo exhibition at the Jerusalem Artists’ House. Rotenberg’s exhibition will open at the Jerusalem Artists’ House on September 7, 2019; the award ceremony will be held on October 27, 2019.

In their statement, the prize committee members—artists Shai Azoulay, Miriam Cabessa, and Zoya Cherkassky—noted:

Elena Rotenberg’s paintings arouse curiosity, attesting to painterly intelligence rife with “street knowledge” and “studio wisdom.” They call upon the viewer to draw nearer and linger on the elusive details comprising their subjects, which are simultaneously familiar and unfamiliar. [Continue reading..]

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Opening:
Saturday, 7 September 2019

Closing:
Saturday, 9 November 2019

Gallery talk:
Tuesday, 24 September 2019 18:00


Abisdris Korin ,Oren Matia

New Members 2019

Curator: Irena Gordon

It is an established tradition at the Artists’ House to open the year’s exhibition season with a show by the newest members of  The Jerusalem Artists’ Association. Two artists has joined this year: Korin Abisdris and Matia Oren. [Continue reading..]

שמוליק כץ, פריז (מגדל אייפל), דיו על נייר, 1953 Shmuel Katz, Paris (Eiffel Tower), Ink on Paper, 1953

Opening:
Saturday, 7 September 2019

Closing:
Saturday, 9 November 2019

Gallery talk:
Saturday, 2 November 2019 12:00


Shmuel Katz ,Shraga Weil

Shmulik and Shraga in Paris: The journey of Shmuel Katz and Shraga Weil, 1953

Curator: Ron Bartos

Curator: Tali Tamir

Curators Ron Bartos and Tali Tamir joined forces to curate an exhibition featuring two of the most prominent artists of the Kibbutz Ha’artzi:Shraga Weil (1918–2009) illustrator of the Ten Commandments of Hashomer Hatzair and Hakibbutz Ha’artzi Passover Haggadah and Shmuel Katz (1926–2010) illustrator of Yigal Mossinson’s Hasamba children’s book series and Leah Goldberg’s children’s book, Dira Lehaskir [Flat for Rent].

The exhibition focuses on one unique year in their long careers—1953—the year in which they traveled to Paris to study printmaking and mural techniques at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts—so they could implement them upon return in the Kibbutz Movement’s visual sphere. [Continue reading..]

ניבה סימון, קרוסלה, 2018 הדפסת כסף, 43.5 X 42 Niva Simon, Carousel, 2018, Gelatin silver print, 43.5 x 42

Opening:
Saturday, 7 September 2019

Closing:
Saturday, 9 November 2019

Gallery talk:
Saturday, 5 October 2019 12:00


Niva Simon

Instrument Flying

Curator: Etty Schwartz

Exhibition in the 22nd Nidbach series

Instrument flight is a situation in which the pilot relies on data transmitted by the navigation instruments rather than on visibility conditions to control the aircraft. Niva Simon’s works are similarly created without full visibility or control, in a process that evolves in the dark room. They bring together the photogram tradition and photography without a camera via digital means using light emanating from a screen or a projector. Simon ties her still photographs and videos with various media images. [Continue reading..]