Noa Gur, group exhibition, ‘Vanishing Point, Seminal Narratives from the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent’, Artport, Tel Aviv
Noa Gur is participating at the group exhibition Vanishing Point, Seminal Narratives from the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent, Artport, Tel Aviv.
The exhibition Vanishing Point examines modes of constructing national narratives, while addressing questions of collective experiences and memories and the ways these are formed. Through the examination of different methods the artists turn their gaze inwards – exposing, examining, and playing with the production mechanisms which nations uses to establish and distinguish their identity, culture, and heroes.
Noa Gur’s work, which takes place in the Israeli Wing of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, in front of one of the canonical symbols of Israeli art (the painting Resting at Noon by Nahum Gutman).
Participating artists include: Farid Abu Shakra, Thalia Hoffman, Amir Yatziv, Imran Channa, Scandar Copti and Rabih Boukhary, Tejal Shah.
Curator: Or Tshuva
Opening: Thursday, April 14th, at 8pm’Vanishing Point’ is on view through May 21thClick here for further information |DOWNLOAD PDF