Nevet Yitzhak – “I have no one but you” (20.2 – 29.3)

Nevet Yitzhak, carpet 2012Nevet Yitzhak (1975) often deals with contemporary political and cultural issues by usage of real archive materials which she disconnects from their original context and manipulates with the help of digital tools. She challenges our perception of the past, rewrites history and raises questions regarding cultural heritage and collective forgetfulness within a complex local identity.

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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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