Hagai Ulrich is a visual artist and a writer in the field of contemporary art. In his photography and new-media works, as well as in his art-writing, he examines the context between the form of the image and the contents that comprise it. He holds an MFA with honors from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem, and a BFA from Hamidrasha Faculty of Arts at Beit-Berl.
Many emotionally and politically charged places appear in Nir Evron's work, among them Rawabi, the new Palestinian city, the Seven Arches Hotel on Mount Olive, in Jerusalem, and the Jamestown Settlement in Virginia, USA. What happens to the concreteness of the locations and the specific political stories when the works separate content and form? Hagai Ulrich reviews Evron's show, "Masad (Foundation)."