Assaf Shaham’s solo exhibition reviewed by The New Yorker

February 4, 2015

Photography, videos, and a few small sculptures by the young Israeli artist tackle familiar issues of perception and reality with varying degrees of wit and originality. Conceptual one-liners – the digital displays on vintage calculators spell out the words “hell” and “hole” – overshadow smarter but more modest pieces. Among these are Shaham’s most beautiful images, made by laying office scanners on top of one another and turning them on. The results are quirky geometric abstarctions, crisscrossing vibrant bands of color with solid blocks of black and white.

The New Yorker 

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