SAVE THE DATE! We are thrilled to invite you to the launch of Mark Yashaev’s artist book, The Principle of Full Disclosure, which will be held at Braverman Gallery on Monday, May 23 between 19:00-21:30.
The book combines a wide range of Yashaev’s works from the last decade, that explore the relationship between objects within space, the perception of time in the medium of photography, and span between a personal archive and a universal visual. The book includes essays by Vered Maimon, and Brandon Ambash.
Mark Yashaev (b. 1981, Azerbaijan) lives and works in Haifa. Yashaev’s main medium of work is photography, in which he studies themes such as space, the relationship between objects, and the perception of time in photography, which he finds most enigmatic. He finds stimulation in architecture and archeology, as well as his personal photography archive. Part of Yashaev’s studio practice is building and creating objects that can be used within his photographed installations.
Yashaev was awarded for the Lauren and Mitchell Presser Prize 2016, the Fresh Paint Award from Sotheby’s in 2016, the Angola Prize for Photography in 2009 on behalf of the LR Group’s Cultural Foundation and the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Fund for 2008.His work is included in many collections, such as Tel Aviv Museum of Art Collection, Joseph M. Cohen Collection, Amos Schocken Art Collection, Doron Sebbag Art Collection, ORS Ltd Zeev Holtzman Art Collection, START by Serge Tiroche, as well as private collections.
Tue – Thu
By appointment only
11:00 – 16:00
11:00 – 14:00