Posts Tagged ‘Dvir Gallery’

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NELLY AGASSI // DVIR GALLERY

by Sarah Peguine On Control and Creation For those familiar with Nelly Agassi’s work, her current solo exhibition at Dvir Gallery in Tel Aviv might seem surprising and destabilizing at first. Indeed, the exhibition marks a turning point in Agassi’s direction, usually known for her delicate fabric drawings, large-scale installations, and performances and video art[…]

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PROFILE OF THE ARTIST // SARAH ORTMEYER

by Stephanie Cristello TENDER STRATEGY TEL AVIV, ISR. It can be said that modernism delivered two very distinct, though seemingly similar approaches to art making: the monochrome and the blank canvas[1]. The monochrome belongs to painting, while the blank canvas belongs to the readymade – to art. Thierry de Duve historicizes these lineages as belonging[…]

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TEL AVIV // KIRYAT HAMELACHA

by Sarah Peguine A few months ago, I moved to the south of Tel Aviv – an area known, among other things, for its young inhabitants, its poor population, its derelict buildings, its large community of foreign workers, and in the past few years, for its growing gallery scene. I have always been fascinated by[…]