A collective Set Free, 2005, Bicycles, clothes and name tags, The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, Installation view

A Collective Set Free / Tali Tamir The five bicycles that comprise Yael Yudkovik’s installation represent a whole family: two parents and three children. Organized in an arrow-like formation, the family of cyclists maintains a traditional patriarchal hierarchy, by which the father takes the lead and the mother and children follow the route that he […]

Bandages and Kaffyies: On the works of Yael Yudkovik | by Tali Tamir

Yael Yudkovik, Untitled (4), 2017-2019, mixed media, 45x55.5 cm, detail

Bandages and Kaffyies September-October 2019 On the works of Yael Yudkovik | by Tali Tamir Pressure ulcers are caused by the repeated or sustained application of force to an area of the skin. The application of force may occur in various fashions: protracted pressure or pushing on the same spot; extended, repeated friction or chafing; […]

Mary Dupuis writes about the exhibition 'That Shape is my Shade'

GV faculty, staff, students find which shape is their shade Mary Dupuis, Staff Reporter February 3, 2020 Link: Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrint A new exhibition titled “That Shape is My Shade” will be on display in the art gallery of the Haas Center for Performing Arts through March 23 and feature […]

Yuval Saar | Portfolio

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In Praise of Avalanche

Shai Yehezkelli, Tell Me a Little about the Place You Come From, 2016 oil and acrylic on canvas, 200x307 cm

Tel Aviv Museum of Art Shai Yehezkelli: In Praise of Avalanche Recipient of the Rappaport Prize for a Young Israeli Artist, 2015 Jury: Ruth Rappaport, Irit Rappaport, Suzanne Landau, Anat Matalon, Doron Sebbag, Chami and Lazar Fruchter, Ellen Ginton 29 November 2016 – 25 March 2017 Mizne-Blumental Gallery Marc Rich and Gabrielle Rich Wing Main […]