Gal Weinstein, born 1970, is one of the leading artists of the younger generation. His works are characterized by sensitivity to material and space, preoccupation with surface via inferior synthetic materials, camouflage and substitutes, and a fundamental ambivalence regarding the potential political content implied by the work.
Weinstein represented Israel at the Sao Paulo Biennial in 2002, participated in The New Hebrews at the Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin in 2005, had a solo show at the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 2005 and took part in many other international shows. He recently exhibited a solo show at Huarte Contemporary Art Centre, Pamplona, Spain, currently exhibiting at Israel Musem, Jerusalem, Family Traces.
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Chelouche Gallery for Contemporary Art
Chelouche Gallery is one of the most prominent and leading galleries in Israel. Located in Tel Aviv, Chelouche Gallery maintains its primacy by presenting a large variety of works, ranging from video art to sculpture, painting, installation and photography. Since its inception, the gallery has been promoting an international and local exhibition program, in collaboration with curators and artists from Israel and around the world, placing itself one step ahead in the Israeli contemporary art scene.