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YADID RUBIN: PLOWED COLOR

YADID RUBIN: PLOWED COLOR

Yadid Rubin's paintings offer a new syntax of landscape, which does not correspond with the concepts of subjectivity, intimacy and authenticity through which Israeli art has woven its identity. This is landscape delighting in the "decorative," the "synthetic" and the "beautiful"—terms that were unmentionable for many years in Israeli art's inner circle; these are landscape paintings in which the sense of place and its absence exist side by side, composing a new reality. The exhibition sets out Yadid Rubin's work since the late 1960s. Alongside chapters from his early work—conceptual works and units of paintings of kibbutz life, studio interior and landscape, the exhibition includes paintings from the late 1980s until today, as a crystallized unit: landscape scenes from his life, including field, house, tree, path, horizon line and sun in countless compositions and painterly inventions.

OPENING DATE:

Friday 16 July 2010

CLOSING DATE:

Saturday 29 January 2011

LOCATION:

Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff Pavilion

CURATOR:

Dr. Galia Bar Or and Yaniv Shapira | Catalogue

CREDITS:

Exhibition and catalogue made possible through the support of Chelouche Gallery for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv

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