CIRCLE1 Gallery in collaboration with the Musrara School of Art and Society in Jerusalem, presenting the artists Doron Rosenblum, David Amuyal, Asaf Alboher, Moshe Stern, Nadav Ariel, Yael Horn Danino, Yael Shachar, Tamar Tzohar Harel, Or Tesema Avraham, Almog Gez, Tohar Lev Jacobson, Nikita Pavlov, curated by Yael Brandt
Some images of our exhibition Sing While You’re Burning – Restless Painting from Israel, a group exhibition with Shai Azoulay, Guy Ben Ari, Boyan, Ofir Dor, Bar Dvir, Liat Erdberg, Moshe Gershon, Elad Larom, Marik Lechner, Rona Perlman, Rotem Rozenboim and Netally Schlosser. Curated by Ofir Dor
Photos by Yoonhee Kim
Photos by Yoonhee Kim
Photos: Mia Gourvitch
In the gallery’s main space in our show we are displaying the exhibition Stereo of the siblings artists Saskia and Tilman Wendland.
Curated by Yael Bartana
Photos: Jens Ziehe
CIRCLE1 and ID Festival are delighted to invite you to the opening reception of RoundAbout, a group exhibition
presenting thirteen Berlin-based Israeli artists.
RADIALSYSTEM V Holzmarktstr. 33, Berlin 10243
Three of the presenting artists in RoundAbout are Sharon Paz, Amir Yatziv and Liav Gabay.
In the gallery’s main space in our show we are displaying the exhibition BACKLASH by artists Aharon Ozery, Christine de Garenne and Roland Stratmann. Ozery’s work Ledminton is presented alongside with Stratmann’s work Munich 72 while de la Garenne’s three video works BOKKER, PLANET CLAIRE and AEON are displayed in the media room.
(Photos: Mia Gourvitch)
RoundAbout, CIRCLE1’s upcoming exhibition at Radial System V, as part of ID Festival Berlin, is a group exhibition presenting thirteen Berlin-based Israeli artists. The works chosen for this exhibition aim to provide a critical curatorial reflection on a relatively new phenomenon – the emergence of a major creative community of immigrant Israeli artists who now think of Berlin as their home. This phenomenon serves as a catalyst for many of these artist’s works and is often the starting point of emotionally and ideologically charged creative journeys. Continue reading
The display in Yanai Toister’s “The Keepers of Light” (2010), consists of photographic prints in glossy color, printed in a 300×60 cm rectangular format and suspended vertically, side by side, on the walls of the Gallery. The colors of the prints were determined by a fixed, computer-applied mathematical formula that started from primary red and progressed through orange, yellow, green and cyan to primary blue.