A concrete beach at Gate 3 gallery in Haifa, Code vs. Code and Hiroshi Sugimoto at the Tel Aviv Museum, and Jonathan Hirschfeld at Givon Galley. Revital Lessick returns from another gallery tour with a new series of reaction drawings.
In the seventh segment of his travels, Mendelovitch climbs to the top of Mount Tabor. At midnight, he encounters a growling bird that opens for him a new chapter in his search for the Queen.
A carpet made of concrete, a ripped duvet, and toy soldiers scattered across a single bed. East of Elsewhere's “While You Were Sleeping” housed a collection of domestic furnishings distorted and deconstructed to reflect the consequences of conflict seeping into everyday life.
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.
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
In the sixth episode of his travels, Mendelovitch lands in the besieged city of Asscre. He escapes the battle and ends up at the foot of Mount Tabor.
In anticipation of "Hēliotropion," Tamar Getter's exhibition recently on display at the Mishkan Museum of Art, Ein Harod, H.S.L.R. talked with her about horses and other matters that preoccupy her in her work: painting stoppages, idealization, and painting as a "machine," immobile.
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
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
In Richard Deacon's comprehensive solo show at the Prague Municipal Gallery, to see the large-scale sculptures viewers must get close, bend down, crane their necks upward, focus on the small details, and then again step back and look at the whole work. These exploratory actions that the viewers perform with their bodies and their movement through space have led Hagai Ulrich to try to understand how Deacon manages to physically express ideas, symbols, and signs that cannot be realized in time and space.