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Klipot Nogah #1

A new podcast from Tohu (in Hebrew). Listen to Eitan Ben Moshe conversing in each installment with a different interesting personality on matters spiritual and cultural.

“Life is a reflection of a very unruly creator” - in the first installment’ Eitan ben Moshe talks with Shai Tubali - writer, thinker, spiritual teacher, lecturer, and director. His teachings and his books combine popular psychology with Eastern and Western philosophies. Since 2012 he has been living and teaching in Berlin, where he founded a learning and treatment center dedicated to his methods.

 

Nuances of Belonging #12

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography.

 

Nuances of Belonging #11

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography.

Drawing Reaction #13

From North America to the north of Israel, Revital Lessick presents another series of reaction drawings following a gallery tour in New York, Toronto and Haifa.

Memory Pictures

Hadeel Abu Johar travels roads and lanes of near memory, hinting at what is beyond, asking questions about the tension between the image and the event and about the human search for a place and its meaning.

Nuances of Belonging #10

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography.

#12

Avner Ben Gal at Givon Gallery, Ron Arad at Gordon Gallery and Neta Cohen at Artspace Tel-Aviv. Revital Lessick presents another series of reaction drawings following a gallery tour in Tel Aviv

Nuances of Belonging #9

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography.
The current column was shot using a DIY drone, built in Iqrith by Ghassan Toumie.

#11

Ido Bar-El in Kibbutz Baram, Israel Kabala in Tel Aviv, Niv Tishbi in Jaffa, and Tamar Sheaffer in Haifa. Revital Lessick wanders and reacts through drawings

#10

Revital Lessick visits Pinchas Cohen Gan’s studio, Avital Geva’s Ecological Greenhouse in Kibbutz Ein-Shemer and the exhibitions of Louise Bourgeois and Atalia Shachar in Tel Aviv

#9

Dreamers Awake, Giacometti, The Trickle-Down Syndrome and The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever! Revital Lessick offers quick drawings in reaction to a gallery tour in London.

Nuances of Belonging #8

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography.
The current column was shot using a DIY drone, built in Ikrit by Ghassan Toumie.

#8

Revital Lessick offers quick drawings in reaction to exhibitions, specific works, and art events

#7

Revital Lessick offers quick drawings in reaction to exhibitions, specific works, and art events

Nuances of Belonging #7

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography

#6

Revital Lessick offers quick drawings in reaction to exhibitions, specific works, and art events.

Nuances of Belonging #6

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography

Chapter I: The Dream and the Fire

Reb Schneur Zalman Mendelovitch was a member of HABAD, an illustrator and miniaturist, who lived in Hebron in the middle of the 19th century; he has traveled all over the world. He is also associated with many surreal and anarchistic Hassidic stories. We follow his imaginary travels from chapter to chapter in the comics strip, as he wanders through countries and ages, from the Great Indian Rebellion to Akre during Napoleon’s siege and Victorian London. In the first chapter, Reb Mendelovitch leaves his home after seeing a vision, and ventures out into the world.

#5

Revital Lessick offers quick drawings in reaction to exhibitions, specific works, and art events. 

Nuances of Belonging #5

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography

#3

Revital Lessick offers quick drawings in reaction to exhibitions, specific works, and art events. A new column at Tohu.

Nuances of Belonging #4

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography

#2

Revital Lessick offers quick drawings in reaction to exhibitions, specific works, and art events. A new column at Tohu.

Nuances of Belonging #3

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography

Nuances of Belonging #2

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography

Nuances of Belonging #1

Since the winter of 2012 Hamody Gannam has been visiting the village of Iqrith once a month, sometime staying for a few days, capturing the place and the people living there on video and still photography