Past Exhibitions

Vik Muniz: Pictures of Anything

Vik Muniz:
Pictures of Anything

This comprehensive exhibition of
Vik Muniz (born in Brazil, 1961) covers
25 years of the artist's oeuvre, in which
familiar images from the history of art
and other sources are transformed in
scale and into unexpected materials –
sugar, chocolate, ketchup, diamonds, dust
and garbage – in a process culminating
in a new photographic image. Muniz’
work challenges conventional viewing
and raises questions about appropriation,
original and copy. The exhibition includes
most of his series, including “Pictures of
Chocolate,” “Pictures of Dust,” “Pictures
of Earth” and “Pictures of Garbage.”




Friday 28 March 2014


Saturday 02 August 2014


Lilly & Yoel Moshe Elstein Multi-Purpose Gallery Herta and Paul Amir Building


Suzanne Landau


The exhibition is held with the support of the Friends of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel, Sara Szold and Nili Lipman, and Hezi Cohen Gallery Catalogue published with the support of the Marc Rich Foundation

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  • The Birth of Venus, after Botticelli, 2008 Triptych, from the series “Pictures of Junk” Digital c-print, 235x390 Courtesy of Tiroche Deleon Collection and Art Vantage PCC Ltd.
  • Action Photo, after Hans Namuth, 1997 From the series “Pictures of Chocolate” Digital C-print, 150x120 Courtesy of Xippas Galleries © Vik Muniz and the Estate of Hans Namuth/VAGA, New York
  • Self-Portrait (I Am Too Sad to Tell You, after Bas Jan Ader), 2003 From the series “Rebus” Cibachrome print, 228x184 Courtesy of Xippas Galleries Galit Landau Epstein Assistant to Director and Chief Curator
  • Bloody Marilyn, 2001 From the series “After Warhol” Chromogenic print, 144x123 Courtesy of Xippas Galleries
  • Emerson, 1998 From the series “Aftermath” Cibachrome print, 158x125 Courtesy of Xippas Galleries
  • Che (Black Beans), after Alberto Korda, 2000 Digital C-print, 150x120 Courtesy of Xippas Galleries
  • Migrant Mother, After Dorothea Lange, 2000 From the series “Pictures of Ink” Digital c-print, 165.1x121.9 Collection of Brent Sikkema, courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York