Izhar Patkin: The Wandering Veil

A series of screen paintings, originating from a collaboration between Izhar Patkin (living in the USA since 1977) and exiled Kashmiri poet Agha Shalid Ali (1949–2001), is at the center of the exhibition. Multi-nationality, politics of identity, arrativeness, a mixture of high and low culture, heatricality and decorativeness have been at the core of Patkin's work since his early days.
This show is a joint effort of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and The Open Museum in Tefen, and will travel to MASS MoCA in 2013.

Supported by The British Friends of the Art Museum of Israel

Izhar Patkin: The Wandering Veil

Supported by The British Friends of the Art Museum of Israel

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