The Gathering

Anna Lukashevsky / Hila chessen / Anna Dubinsky / Livi kessel/Iddo markus
Shahar sivan / Rotem amizur / Talia ben-abu / talia sivan / Noa Heyne

Curator - Iddo markus

a group exhibition with live shows/poetry reading/live sets & open studios that celebrate Gathering after a year of quarantine and social distancing.  A grand opening of our independent art school-'HANEVIIM'-working space in his new location with artists studio floor, Etching & Silkscreen center, wood & sculpture departments.








Meyham

Rotem Amizur/Shuli bar navon/Rachel Kainy/Yaakov Dorchin/Revital Rettig/Boaz Levental
Aviva Ori/Avner Levinson/Tom Tomer Goldberg/Nir Dvorai/Hagai Izenberg/Roy Menachem Markovich
Michal Bachi/Youval Hai/Uri Stettner

curator: Iddo Markus

Kupferman-collection museum, Kibbutz Lohamei HaGeta'ot, Isarel
14 spt 2019 - 28 Jan 2020











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Raft


Broken Fingaz / Vardi Kahana / Nely Horowic
Olga Kundina / Tom Tomer Goldberg /Meydad Eliyahu
Revital Rettig / Deborah Sebaoun / Gil Haller / Noa Arad Yairi


curator: Iddo markus

26 Dec 2019-12 Jan .2020

Forte gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

A group exhibition that uses the gallery space as a temporary raft. For a brief moment, artists of all generations come together for a multi-medium exhibition that characterizes the complexity of our time.The exhibition offers a momentary glimpse into the vivid spectrum of contemporary art, without forcing an overarching theme. Complexity and variety in creations of the contemporary age are experienced through opposing ends rather than through a unified path.






Talia Benabu-Works


curator: Iddo Markus

Kupferman-collection museum, Kibbutz Lohamei HaGeta'ot, Isarel
14 spt 2019 - 28 Jan 2020

Talia Benabu's works create an intergenerational dialogue with the works of the late artist Moshe Kupferman. Although differing in color scheme, both artists share an interest in construction and destruction, repetition and the strong presence of time in their works. Benabu uses a printing press to bring together different layers of shapes and colors that collide, are absorbed and intertwine, creating a colorful world that fluctuates between abstract and figurative. The printing press, a mechanism that represents the revolution of reproduction, takes on a different role in hands of the artist, acting as medium and means for creating a unique image. Monotype is a printing technique in which a singular print is created by drawing directly on a non-absorbent plate, is then printed onto paper using a printing press, thus resulting in the disappearing of the original ink drawing. When the same paper goes through the press repeatedly, it gathers memories of the artists actions. Benabu’s monotypes are like exposed archaeological layers, compressed yet filled with air and space. The process of her work requires in-depth knowledge of printmaking, together with an ability to create space for chance and surprise within the creative process. It is as if she is walking on a thin rope, contemplating, observing and searching for the precise moment when the kaleidoscope of shapes and color comes together, before breaking down again.




















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