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Pinchas Cohen Gan: When My Redemption Comes I Shall Treasure My Tears | Works, 1970–2012

Pinchas Cohen Gan
When My Redemption Comes
I Shall Treasure My Tears
Works, 1970–2012 

 Pinchas Cohen Gan, a one-artist school, has been
delineating for over four decades a fascinating
course through his life, his work and the meaning
of creation through renewal.
Art, for him, is "a psychological event subject to
intellectual forms." The exhibition presents his work
from the early 1970s on, centering on his published
books that incorporate thought and action.

OPENING DATE:

Friday 07 December 2012

CLOSING DATE:

Sunday 19 May 2013

LOCATION:

Marcus B. Mizne Gallery, Gabrielle Rich Wing, Main Building

CURATOR:

Galia Bar Or | Catalogue

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  • Cosmos, Pathos, Chaos: Brown, 1988 lacquer, acrylic, cardboard and Formica on canvas, 85x185x12 , collection of Tel Aviv Museum of Art, purchased with the assistance of the America-Israel Culture Foundation
  • The Lebanon War D, 1982 ink in pen and brush on newspaper pasted on paper, 70x50, collection of Tel Aviv Museum of Art
  • Painting-Formula Confrontations, 1982 pencil and acrylic on paper, 100x70, collection of Tel Aviv Museum of Art
  • Pinchas Cohen Gan, AND, 1982
  • פנחס כהן גן, תמונה מופשטת מרחב פיגורטיבי זמן ותפיסה 8, 1977
  • Painting-Formula Confrontations, 1982
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill, In Memory of Emil Grünzweig, 1983 black acrylic on paper, 75.5x56, collection of Museum of Art, Ein Harod
  • And These Are the Names: Rome, Italy, 1992 graphite and acrylic on paper, 46x61, Doron Sebbag Art Collection, ORS Ltd., Tel Aviv
  • And These Are the Names: Tunis, Tunisia, 1992 graphite and acrylic on paper, 46x61, Doron Sebbag Art Collection, ORS Ltd., Tel Aviv
  • Figure, Form, Formula, 1976 pencil and acrylic on paper, 32x42, collection of Tel Aviv Museum of Art
  • Figure, Form, Formula, 1976 pencil and acrylic on paper, 32x42, collection of Tel Aviv Museum of Art
  • Programmed Figurative Circle, 1981 black felt pen on silk cloth, 360x600, collection of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, purchased through the generosity of the Recanati Fund for the Acquisition of Israeli Art