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Mess

Mess

This group exhibition seeks to touch upon art’s non-sovereign modes‭, ‬its own private‭ ‬“mess‭.‬”‭ ‬Its defiant secret is the accident‭, ‬the unfounded limit of improbability‭. ‬It features appearances of shadowing control and emphasizing the tension between intent and arbitrariness‭; ‬moments of frozen material emergence‭; ‬products of holding on to a miracle‭ ‬moment of an initiated collision‭.‬

 
Participating artists‭: ‬Dalia Amotz‭, ‬Chantal Akerman‭, ‬Michael Argov‭, ‬Sharon Balaban‭, ‬Eden Bannet‭, ‬Eitan Ben Moshe‭, ‬Yael Burstein‭,‬‭ ‬Yitzhak Danziger‭, ‬Aïm Deüelle Lüski‭, ‬Michael Druks‭, ‬Sharon Fadida‭, ‬Tsuki Garbian‭, ‬Tamar Getter‭, ‬Ido Gordon‭, ‬Roni Hajaj‭, ‬menashe kadishman, Moshe Kupferman‭, ‬Amit Levinger‭, ‬Matan Mittwoch‭, ‬Abraham Raphael‭, ‬Assaf Shaham‭, ‬Daniel Silver‭, ‬Jonathan Touitou‭, ‬Hugit Unmani Rubinstein‭.‬
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OPENING DATE:

Thursday 13 December 2018

CLOSING DATE:

Saturday 27 April 2019

LOCATION:

Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art

CURATOR:

Dalit Matatyahu

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  • Eitan Ben-Moshe (b. 1971) The Portal, 2017 Aluminum frame with LED lights, glass, transparent polymer, mirrors, and pigments. Courtesy of the artist
  • Installation view, 2018 Photo: Elad Sarig
  • Installation view, 2018 Photo: Elad Sarig
  • Installation view, 2018 Photo: Elad Sarig
  • Sharon Balaban, 2007
  • Michael Druks (b. 1940) Untitled, 2003 Clay Loushy Art & Projects Colletion, Tel Aviv