Archive

Fresh Paint 5

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Exhibitors: 
Uri GershuniMeital Katz Minerbo
This exhibition is not a nostalgic exhibition. The archive in the title does not allude to an act of conservation, but rather to a real place, containing folders with millions of palpable negatives, a kind of photographic field. When the artists participating in the project were invited to create work for it, they were given one condition: to...read more

Uncanny

Fresh Paint 5

Project

Exhibitors: 
Amit Berlowitz
Relating to the “non-event”, Amit Berlowitz calls the space she is exploring “the ripple of an occurrence”. Like her other works, the video piece Hide and Seek, as well as the still photographs presented here at the fair, Pavo and Deer, dissolve the distinction between the narrative, the staged and the imagined. It seems that Berlowitz offers the...read more

Daily Practice

Fresh Paint 5

Project

Exhibitors: 
Boaz Aharonovitch
Daily Practice is a “surname” for a series of photographic projects based on time and rules of action. What is shared by all the projects, each on its own and together as a whole, is their creator’s commitment to an action or a continuous process based on daily practices, a predetermined object of research and a set of rules of action. Every...read more

Spencer Tunick

Fresh Paint 5

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Exhibitors: 
Spencer Tunick
World-renowned artist Spencer Tunick invited hundreds of participants to take part in the nude in a human installation to raise awareness for the disappearing Dead Sea. Over 1,200 people from all walks of life (from Israel & abroad) arrived just before dawn on Saturday September 17th 2011 to participate. The stunning image was created in only...read more

Ad Halom (So Far)

Fresh Paint 5

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Exhibitors: 
Sapir College
The School of Art, Social Studies and Culture at Sapir College is proud to present the exhibition Ad Halom, named after the station that marks the halfway point between Tel Aviv and Sderot, and the bridge over the Lachish River. The exhibition features young artists, students and graduates of the school. The works shown at Ad Halom were created in...read more

White Cube

Fresh Paint 5

Project

Exhibitors: 
Nimrod Reuveni
A different thinking about the link between modern architecture and mental upheavals emerges from this exhibition. Two artists from France, an Israeli male artist and an Israeli female artist living in New York, deal with the relations between their work and physical and mental architectonic spaces – human existence, the conscious and the...read more

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