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August
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Ronen Raz | Silver Pharm | Aug. 13 – Sep. 4, 2015

‘Silver Pharm’ by Ronen Raz They are silvery, beautiful, soft, shiny, touchable, flattened, collapsing, flowing, and duplicated. At times they stand tall like still soldiers, other times they rub against each other, but there is always a relation between them. Silver Pharm, Ronen Raz’s new exhibition, is a shelf specimen of a familiar sterile territory: […]

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May
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Orit Akta Hildesheim | ‘Do Not Mention The Rope…’ | June 4 – July 3

The artist Orit Akta Hildesheim is on par with the generation of contemporary hyper realist painters in Israel. While at first glance her new body of work offers a spectacular aesthetic observation, it also allows a fascinating peek into an internal, almost ritualistic, process of introspection. The technique, in which the painting is constructed of […]

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March
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Studios | March 27 – April 24

Eran Shakine Fatma Shanan Kobi Assaf Zemack is excited to invite you to a special project in the gallery. During the Passover holiday, we will transform the gallery into three artist studios. You are invited to visit and watch the above three artists in their creative space.

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February
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Concrete Fantasy | February 26 – March 27

The assorted artworks presented in the exhibition, bring together artists from different generations, and expose their differing approaches to art making. As the name of the exhibition suggests, the way these works of art intertwine with each other, often creates a sense of dissonance that resonates in the works themselves. The idea for this exhibition […]

1
January
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Lee Yanor | Rooms

Solo show January 03 – February 06 Curator: Sally Haftel Naveh In her new exhibition Rooms, held at Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Lee Yanor presents a set of theatrical pictures that delineate a fragile and vulnerable mental space, where we find figures trapped in timeless time, between what already took place and what is yet […]

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December
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One on One | Eran Shakine – Serge Tiroche

One on One – Collector Invites Artist Ben Dror Yemini It was once an officers’ club; a nice name that perhaps hides something, who really knows? Was it a brothel where women were once put on display? Later it housed the IDF orchestra. And then it was a ruin. Until Tiroche arrived, and turned the […]

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October
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Leonid Balaklav | ILan Baruch

Leonid Balaklav Recipient of the 2014 Haim Shiff Prize from Tel Aviv Museum of Art. From an article written about Blaklav by Gideon Ofrat: “Leonid Balaklav paints with intimacy infused with a spiritual experience of a believing artist. With integrity and valor he incessantly strives to know himself, while exorcising his demons. His self-penance and […]

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September
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Kobi Assaf | Else-where

Opening exhibition September 18, 2014 at 8pm Kobi Assaf: Shock of Life By Ron Bartos “There are in every man, at every hour, two simultaneous postulations, one towards God, the other towards Satan.” (Charles Baudelaire, “Les Fleurs du Mal”, 1857) If we had to place Kobi Assaf’s painting on the evolutionary spectrum, his classification as […]

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August
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One Two Three

Zemack Contemporary Art is pleased to continue our annual tradition End of summer party & opening of the exhibition ‘One Two Three’ The gallery selection from the Graduating classes of 2014 Opening reception:Thursday, August 28 at 8pm

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July
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Liron Kroll | Sand Box

July 17 – August 14, 2014 The visualization of self awareness as a marginal estranged motion, is at the essence of Kroll works. In ‘Sand Box’ Kroll focuses on a specific moment of acknowledgement and realisation. Her characters, those whom we see within the image and those whose presence is only implied, exist in a […]

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June
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Angelika Sher & selected group show / June 5th – July 4th

We are pleased to announce the opening of two a new shows; Angelika Sher/ Fifth Column The photographer Sher is concerned with representation of immigration and alienage while adopting her well known non-realistic imagery and magical motifs. In the heart of the exhibition, An Audio-Video system flashes back to the artist early adolescence memories. An […]

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May
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Eugene Lemay

SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2014 Strata II, Galerie Nosbaum & Reding, Luxembourg 2013 Strata, Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ 2012 Navigator, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY 2010 Terrains, Total Art Gallery, Dubai UAE 2008 Territories, 92nd Street Y Weill Art Gallery, New York, NY 2006 Territories, Milk Gallery, Milk Studios, New York, NY GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2012 […]

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April
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Eran Shakine | Graffitigirl

On The Evolution of Graffiti Girl Adi Puterman More than a decade ago when the image of Graffiti Girl first appeared in Eran Shakine’s work, she could never have predicted the transformations she would undergo until she could grow to be the descendant of one of contemporary art’s founding fathers; Joseph K.’s granddaughter. Drawn with […]

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March
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Aram Gershuni|Just Looking

April 4 – April 20 (No) things \ Gideon Ofrat Aram Gershuni’s still life paintings appear to follow the path of early Velasquez “bodegónes” paintings: kitchen scenes that blended the prosaic with the sublime (“Jesus at the Home of Martha and Mary”). Except that Aram Gershuni does not depict the kitchen interior, nor the preparers […]

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February
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Two Solo Exhibitions- Tsibi Geva;Balata Head | Fatma Shanan;Carpet-Place

Zemack Contemporary Art gallery hosts the artist Tsibi Geva with a new solo exhibition “Rosh Blata”, curated by Leore Yahel Ohad. Tsibi Geva is known as a political artist, whose works deal with social and political subject matters that express a social state and an inter-cultural dialogue, and with the dichotomy inherent to the Israeli-Palestinian […]

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January
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Fundraising event for Umm El Fahem Art Gallery

Some of the finest artists and caring individuals have made a unique gesture for the sale to be held at the Zemack Gallery, Tel Aviv, and the artists have priced their works in a special way, to enable the process the Umm El Fahem Art Gallery is undergoing to succeed and for it to attain […]

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November
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Ofer Lellouche

A painter, sculptor, and etcher, Ofer Lellouche lives and works in Tel Aviv and Paris. His work has been exhibited at world-renowned museums, including the Gulbenkian Museum of Modern Art in Lisbon, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art the Israel Museum Jerusalem and the Albertina Museum Wien. Although he began his artistic career in the […]

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November
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Ofer Lellouche/ Nine New Solo Show Nov 14- Dec 2013

On Nine, on Three, on One Ron Bartos The series Nine comprises nine head sculptures which are in fact one – the self portrait of Ofer Lellouche. His entire oeuvre, in painting, drawing and print, as well as in sculpture and relief, breaks down the unity of his figure and head to countless heads of […]

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October
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Special Show- Eran Shakine / Fashion Night 2013

The existing art world includes trends and fashion. The boundaries separating fashion from art are fading into nonexistence. Designers such as Marc Quinn present their fashion in major museums and artists like Yahoo Kusama are recreating their work into fashion. “In my last visit at the MOMA in New York, I was more impressed with […]

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October
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Iddo Markus

An Israeli artist and curator, taught in his home country and USA, and has been a part of several group shows and solo exhibitions in a short span of time in Israel and Europe. He lives and works from Haifa, Israel.He has dedicated himself to small-scale formats which have a liberating effect: the complete surrender […]

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October
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Yuval Yairi / LAND October 10, 2013

Yuval Yairi: No-Man’s-Place Ron Bartos Imagine a white piece of fabric stretched in front of you. A bright light switches on behind it, rendering the screen a smooth and gleaming surface. Now, like in a shadow theater, a man riding a donkey emerges from behind the screen, advancing towards its center. He holds a long […]

1
October
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Gidi Smilansky

Born in 1977 in Israel, I’m an active member of the “Alfred Gallery” cooperative artist run space stationed in Tel-Aviv. I studied visual art and film studies at the ‘Midrasha’ Beit-Berl Art College, and in the last few years I have been working as a lecturer and a painter alongside curating exhibitions at the Alfred […]

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September
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Yuval Yairi

In his series Palaces of Memory, Yuval Yairi challenged the “Decisive Moment” principle championed by Henri Cartier-Bresson. In his works, such as MemoVan #4, Yairi assembles digital collages from hundreds of different angles to create an alternate vision of reality. For Yairi, capturing a single decisive moment would mean the possibility of overseeing the moment […]

1
September
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Eran Shakine

Artist Eran Shakine works in a variety of mediums: painting, drawing, sculpture and site specific public art. He was born in Israel to a French father and Hungarian mother; both are Holocaust survivors who came to Israel after the Second World War. He has lived extensively in Paris, London and for seven years in NYC, […]

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September
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Vik Muniz

Born 1961, São Paulo, Brazil. Lives and works in New York City and Rio de Janeiro. https://artsy.net/artist/vik-muniz

1
September
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Liron Kroll

Liron Kroll is a visual artist based in London, her practice lies between photography and animation. She studied visual communications at H.I.T, graduating in 2006 with honors. In 2011 she completed an MA in Communication Art and Design at the Royal College of Art, London.

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September
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Eitan Vitkon

Born in 1967 in a small village in the south of Israel, Eitan Vitkon is an acclaimed contemporary photographer whose work has been exhibited and applauded worldwide. In 1996, Eitan moved to New York from Tel Aviv, to continue studying architecture, eventually receiving a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Pratt Institute in 1999. It was […]

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September
Comments Off on Anne Ben Or
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Anne Ben Or

Born. 1965 I work mainly with oil paint on canvas or panels, painting people, landscapes, objects, spaces, atmosphere, sensations in order to exteriorize an inner work, observing without judging what I see, sharing with the people the need to look in order to discover the world and the shapes and colors that compose it, inspiring […]

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August
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Philippe Pasqua

b.1965 Grasse, France Philippe Pasqua began painting at the age of 18, and explores various techniques in his work, primarily painting, drawing and more recently, sculpture. Pasqua’s work strikes the visitor with an almost physical impact, but also like a vision that is at the same time explosive and incisive. The monumental format of the […]

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August
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Yigal Ozeri

Israeli-born, New York-based hyperrealist painter. Ozeri exhibits predominantly in New York and Israel, but his work has been shown worldwide. Ozeri has become widely successful in the past several years, with museums and private collectors avidly seeking his work. Ozeri has been painting for the past 25 years, and has gained enormous attention from his […]

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August
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Lena Liv

Born in Leningrad USSR but has worked in Israel and Italy. She attended the School of Fine Arts and the Academy of Arts, both in Leningrad, USSR. Her work has been exhibited around the world including Israel, Italy, Germany, Russia, Switzerland and New York, USA. Liv works in a range of mediums, including photography, works […]

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August
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Lee Yanor

Born in 1963 in Haifa. Artist, filmmaker, and photographer Studied photography at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem and at Paris 8 University where she received a Master of Fine Arts in 1993. Lee Yanor has also studied Art and photography at the Pratt Institute in New York. She has participated in […]

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August
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Jan Rauchwerger

born in Turkmenistan but is an Israel-based artist. He studied in the graphic design department of the Moscow Polygraphic Institute and was a student of Russian artist Vladimir Weisberg. Rauchwerger concentrates on the everyday of houses and interiors, nudes, still lifes, and domestic animals. His sense of color and the sensitivity to his subject matter […]

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August
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Elie Shamir

Born 1953, Israel The painter Elie Shamir was born in 1953 in the village Kfar Yehoshua, studied at Bezalel, and participated in many exhibitions in Israel and abroad. This exhibition centers on Shamir’s work dealing with his birthplace. After years spent in Jerusalem and Boston, Shamir returned to the village in 1999 and resettled there, […]

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August
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Aram Gershuni

Born 1967 Lives and works in Tel-Aviv. Aram Gershuni is Self-taught. He also studied privately with Israel Hershberg, and at the Jerusalem Studio School (1997). Aram Gershuni’s first one-man show took place at the Alon Segev Gallery in 2003. His second one man show opened at the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art in 2009, and was […]

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August
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Angelika Sher

Born 1969 Vilnius, Lithuania (USSR) Lives and works in Israel. Since graduating from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Angelika Sher has established herself as a critically-acclaimed professional photographer through a series of exhibitions both in Israel and abroad. Notably, Angelika has held solo exhibitions in Ramat Gan Museum, Israel, Milan’s Camera […]

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August
Comments Off on III – The Gallery selection from the graduating classes of 2013 & The Summer group parallel opening exhibition gallery & guest artists
Posted in Angelika Sher, Anne Ben Or, Aram Gershuni, Eitan Vitko, Elie Shamir, Eran Reshef, Eran Shakine, Gidi Smilansky, Jan Rauchwerger, Lee Yanor, Ofer Lellouche, Tzivi Geva, Vik Muniz, Yigal Ozeri, Yuval Yairi
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July
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Vik Muniz Solo Exhibiton

Olá Vik! Zemack Contemporary Art is honored to host the art of Brazilian artist Vik Muniz for his first solo exhibition in Israel. Our mission throughout the years has remained to introduce the Israeli audience to internationally celebrated artists. Thus, hosting Vik Muniz’s artwork is no doubt a highlight for the Gallery. Vik Muniz is […]

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April
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Eugene Lemay “Letters”

Eugene Lemay: Patchwork of Words Say not, ‘I have found the path of the soul.’ Say rather, “I have met the soul walking upon my path.” For the soul walks upon all paths. Kahlil Gibran Eugene Lemay’s biography reveals a collision of culture, religion, language, and geograpy. He was born in 1960 in Grand Rapids, […]

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February
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Elie Shamir “Kfar Yehoshua”

Elie Shamir: Chapters of the Father Ron Bartos In 2008 Elie Shamir painted the work The Square in Kfar Yehoshua. It depicts the center of the square where, against the background of the red roof of the community center, stand the memorial statue to the fallen in the War of Independence, a monument by the […]

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November
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Philippe Pasqua Re:Life

Through his extraordinary journey, Philippe Pasqua has emerged as one of the major artists of his generation. From the beginning, his art made a great impression and challenged the certainties of those who rubbed shoulders with him, like the great critic Pierre Restany. With Pasqua, the taste for the monumental goes hand in hand with […]

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September
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who is Gesher’s Famme Fatale

“Journey to the History of Beauty” Angelika Sher presents a solo exhibition, inspired by a book “History of Beauty” by Umberto Eco. a series of stills: Gesher Theater’s actors, when each one of them represents a different beauty as expressed in a particular period in art history from the Renaissance to Post-Modernism. The works will […]

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August
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Department of Photography – Bezalel graduates

Zemack Contemporary Art Hosts Bezalel graduates “Department of Photography” Exhibition and a Summer Party Opening event; Thursday August 23, at 8:00pm Artists: Uri Pinner, Dorian Gottlieb, Bat El Emma Dayan, Arnon Rabin, Tal Rosen, Chen Valiano, Yoel Fink, Yael Ferber & Hadar Raizman

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May
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Ofer Lellouche Atelier

Ofer Lellouche/ Atelier Intimate Territory Zemack Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition by the artist Ofer Lellouche – Atelier During the past twenty years, Lellouche has exhibited solo shows at various museums in Israel and worldwide: at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art 2001, at the Tefen Museum 2006, Head to Meina a […]

Artist Collecting Art

Artists Collecting Art Artists collectors: Jacob Dorchin/ David Tartakover/ Lea Nikel/ Ofer Lellouche / Jan Rauchwerger Work by artists: Orna Tumarkin Marian Uri Reisman Avigdor Arikha Avraham Naton Chaim Gliksberg Menashe Kadishman Herzl Emanuel Mordechai Rauchwerger Naomi Smilansky Arthur Fon Vizen Vladimir Weisberg Aharon Giladi Jennifer Bar Lev David Reeb Michael Segen- Cohen David Zundelovich […]

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January
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Lee Yanor “Come Dance with Me”

Come Dance with Me, or: The Aestetics of Disappearance Ktzia Alon In Lee Yanor’s current exhibition at Zimack Gallery, the contents of her world are refracted in a versatile display flowing between diverse media. Several artistic genres whirl together in the exhibition space, all marked by,the artist›s personal, unique handwriting. Lee Yanor – a photographer, […]

10
August
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Venice – Mémoire

This exhibition seeks to use “Venice” as an aesthetic and theoretical framework which is both loose and intensive at the same time. The geographical city of Venice has exceeded the boundaries of its special coordinates and has become a layered metaphor: sinking Venice, romantic Venice, gloomy Venice, Venice that draws you in. Venice which comprises […]

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June
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Eran Shakine “Good help is hard to find…”

Eran Shakine’s Israeli Perspective Dr. Ketzia Alon The title of this essay, “Eran Shakine’s Israeli Perspective”, refers to a creative orientation and to the establishment of a wide artistic stance. This stance is recognizable in Shakine’s portfolio starting with his early work of the Eighties and up to his current show at Zemack Contemporary Art […]

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March
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Jan Rauchwerger Pastel on paper

an Rauchwerger‭ ‬Life‮ ‬on Paper Adi Puterman For over thirty years, Jan Rauchwerger has been drawing in pastel; however, this is the first time that the use of this material has led to an exhibition and a showing of this body of work. Pastel drawings were shown in previous exhibitions, along with the oil paintings, […]

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December
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Purity & Danger

Purity and Danger: The Female Body, Desecrated and Despoiled, portrayed as Perversion, Pornography, Perfection, and Beauty / Dr. Kziya Alon Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery’s inauguration exhibition aims at exploring the powerful figurative icon of the female body. The exhibition presents diverse visual aspects of examining the genderized body, vacillating along the tense axis of desecration […]