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Hagit Lalo: A Painter who Begins at the End

Hagit Lalo:
A Painter who
Begins at the End

First comprehensive exhibition of
works by Hagit Lalo (née Shtriet). A
forerunner of Abstract Expressionism in
Israel, Lalo traveled in the early 1950s to
California, studied art and was awarded
a scholarship at the Hans Hoffman
School of Fine Art. In 1959 she returned
to Israel and held two solo exhibitions
as well as participating in several group
exhibitions. She died in 1961, not yet 30
years old.

OPENING DATE:

Friday 10 July 2015

CLOSING DATE:

Monday 05 October 2015

LOCATION:

Jeannette Assia Galleries Main Building

CURATOR:

Noa Rosenberg

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  • Untitled, Undated oil on canvas, 90×90, collection of Hagit (Gigi) and Ramy Levy
  • Untitled, 1961 oil on canvas, 85x100, collection of Tel Aviv Museum of Art, gift of Niza and Itzhak Sivan, Haifa
  • Untitled, undated oil on canvas, 40x40, collection of the Friedman family
  • Untitled, undated oil on canvas, 60x60, from my aunt Hagit's paintings, Bosmat Chelouche and her family
  • Untitled, undated pastel on paper, 34x47, collection of Tel Aviv Museum of Art, courtesy of the artist family
  • Untitled, undated oil on canvas, 60x60, from my aunt Hagit's paintings, Bosmat Chelouche and her family