‘Woven and Untangled’ is an exhibition of recently acquired video installations by Israeli artists. Among its themes are the perfect aesthetics of a woven tapestry in view of its insufferable details; a (ridiculous) attempt of equal division between Jews and Muslims in the Cave of Patriarchs; an architectural fantasy in China; the failure of obsessive love; and complex father–daughter relationships. The exhibition shifts between the documentary and the fictitious, the historical-political and the personal.
Participating artists include: Nira Pereg, Leigh Orpaz, Dror Daum, Mika Hazan Bloom, Gil Yefman, Ruti Sela.
Nira Pereg will show ISHMAEL, 2015, Four Channel HD Video, Installation with Sound.
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Tue – Thu
By appointment only
11:00 – 16:00
11:00 – 14:00