Curator: Shira Friedman
December 10, 2015 – February 15, 2016
Black and White
A group exhibit held in the context of the shortening of the days and the tension that exists in this season between black and white. For this exhibit, works that contain no colors and were created in black and white only were selected. In each work, darkness and light, black and white are interpreted in different ways and open the way for thinking about and experiencing the importance of colors in the history of art and life in general.
The exhibition features installations, paintings, photographs, and sculptures.
Exhibiting Artists: Keren Anavi, Shulamit Etzion, Belu Simion Fainaru, Ken Goldman, Orit Ishay, Raffael Lomas, Gilad Ofir, Alejandra Okret, Tirza Ullman
Black Fire on White Fire
A solo exhibit by artist Raffael Lomas
The exhibition presents photographs made in cooperation with photographer Josh Strauss from the series Double Exposures, which features photographs of sculptures of wheels. The tension and power relations between the wheel, the figures, and the double exposures present familiar situations and forms in a new light.