We are proud to announce Ruth Patir’s participation in The 14th Gwangju Biennale featuring Zehava 1, 2022.
The Israeli pavilion exhibition Irregular Objects is curated by Udi Edelman.
The exhibition will run through July 9, 2023.
“The flexible identity of being Jewish and Arab at the same time is a possibility that I would like to explore—not only as a historical effect, but also as potential for the future…”
From Zleka Levy’s interview with Artis.
In the Studio with Dor Zlekha Levy, is part of a series of artist video profiles featuring artists based in Israel who are recipients of the Artis Grant for Exceptional Work in Uncertain Times.
Braverman Gallery is delighted to announce that Nira Pereg (b. 1969, Tel Aviv, Israel) will be the first Israeli woman artist presenting her work in a solo exhibition at the Tate Modern in London, UK.
From March 13 to September 2023
With a practice that reveals and questions behavioral protocols, as they coexist in liminal spaces of geopolitical, religious, ideological and ethical importance, Pereg’s exhibition in London includes the two-channel work ABRAHAM ABRAHAM SARAH SARAH, filmed in 2012 in Hebron, West Bank.