Miloš Tomić – Musical Diaries (4.4 – 10.5)

Miloš Tomić, musical diaries 2012Musical Diaries is an exhilarating work by Miloš Tomić (Serbia, 1976) a multimedia artist whose works span film, photography, collages and sculpture. It started off as intuitive daily musical therapy, improvising on various instruments and paying attention to sounds made by daily objects at home, on the street and slowly, everywhere he traveled.

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Alona Harpaz – “As if Royal” (4.4 – 10.5)

Alona Harpaz, Untitled 2014In our next Exhibition, opens on the 4th of April, Circle1 is displaying Alona Harpaz, an Israeli artist who works and lives in Berlin since 2001 and is represented by the Sommer Gallery in Tel Aviv. Harpaz is also the founder of the Infinite Earth foundation.

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Past Exhibition 20.2.14 – 29.3.14

Nevet Yitzhak, Alashan Maleish Gherak 2011, Carpet 2012In our main space of Circle1 we are displaying two exhibitions by two distinguishable artists – Khen Shish and Nevet Yitzhak. Both artists are dealing with the problematic of Orientalism in Israeli culture and the complex local identity, and refer to it through personal and theoretical prisms.


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Khen Shish – “Handmade Bombs” (20.2 – 29.3)

Khen Shish, 2014, acrylic on paper,410x420 cm“In order to create disorder in the painting you have to disrupt, interrupt, or maim. tear, perforate. As with a simple walk on the pavement in daily life, it’s the same with painting. There’s room for injuries. The dilemma is whether to ‘dress’ it or let it ‘form a scab’” (Khen Shish).

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Gil Shachar & Roy Mordechay “Hals – und Beinbruch” (11.1 – 15.2)

In their joint exhibition Roy Mordechay and Gil Shachar present works from recent years. Although rather orthodox in their formal approach, both artists share an interest in exploring the borderline between two and three dimensional work and in leading their images towards the fantastic and the paradox. The show reveals in a subtle interplay the …

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Tamir Tzadok – “Gaza Canal” (11.1 – 15.2)

tamir_2The video work “GazaCanal” is a mockumentry that was made for the Gaza canal visitor’s center. The film is constructed like a promotional or propaganda film for an invented project – the digging of the Gaza Canal – a project that allegedly started in the year 2000 and rendered Gaza into an island completely disconnected from Palestine / Israel.

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Jan Tichy: “Things to come 1936-2012” (23.11 – 21.12)

ttc3In our upcoming exhibition is Jan Tichy’s work “Things to come 1936-2012 “. Jan Tichy is a Chicago based artist who works at the intersection of video, sculpture, architecture, sound & photography. Tichy is best known for his dynamic use of projected light and video in installations that incorporate objects and architecture.

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Circle1’s opening on November 23rd

Alon Levin, The Everything of an Almost Future, Photography: Roman März Courtesy of Ambach & Rice, Los Angeles

Circle1 is based on a vision of an artistic platform for generating a dialogue between cultures paradigms  and modes of perception. A place to reflect on and resolve clashing opinions, styles and modes of representation. The first exhibition will be launched on the 23rd of November, hosting ten Israeli artists working in different styles and media.

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Circle1 Project opens its doors

gil shachar, Artist and Model  2011/12

Circle 1 opens its spaces on the 23rd of November with an exhibition of ten artists in different media. Circle1 is neither a usual gallery nor a commercial space. It is a platform of many disciplines, ideas and attitudes. Hosting a series of lectures, performances, artist talks and offering an arena for discussions in all facets of culture.

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