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Past Exhibitions

Noam Enbar:
Preaching to the Choir
A Cycle of Events
 

Noam Enbar:
Preaching to the Choir
A Cycle of Events
 

Noam Enbar (b. 1978), a founding member of Habiluim, is a singer, composer and performance artist who creates musical-ritual works charged with a mythical local energy. “Preaching to the Choir” is a series of live events throughout the Museum, somewhere on the margin between ritual theater and ecstatic public singing. The exhibition offers an object that is the human voice—the voice of the singers, and at times the voice of the audience.
 
 

Next Events:


Preaching to the Choir—
For Solo Tenor
With Jeff Francis
3.5, 4.5, 5.5, 6.5—during Museum opening hours
Throughout the Museum

 

From GHOM! The Gibberish Cantata
Photo: Itamar Mendes Flor


The Book of Challenges II:
For Three Singers
With Faye Shapiro, Netta Barzilai and Noam Enbar
1.6, 2.6, 3.6—during Museum opening hours
Throughout the Museum

GHOM! The Gibberish Cantata
Co-creator: Nir Shauloff
Text: Yonatan Levy
23.6—15:00, 17:00 24.6—14:00
Meeting Point: entrance to the
Main Building
Please book in advance at the Box Office


Finale Performance:
The Great Genhenna Choir
6.7—19:30

 

OPENING DATE:

Thursday 26 January 2017

CLOSING DATE:

Thursday 06 July 2017

LOCATION:

Meshulam Riklis Hall, Main Building

CURATOR:

Ruth Direktor

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  • The Rain is Gone, A Participatory Event for Voices The Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, March. Photo: Itamar Mendes Flohr
  • The Rain is Gone, A Participatory Event for Voices The Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, March. Photo: Itamar Mendes Flohr
  • Preaching to the Choir for Solo Tenor with Jeff Francis throughout the museum, May. Photo: Itamar Mendes Flohr
  • Preaching to the Choir for Solo Tenor with Jeff Francis throughout the museum, May. Photo: Itamar Mendes Flohr
  • The Book of Challenges I  for three Singers throughout the museum, April. Photo: Itamar Mendes Flohr
  • The Book of Challenges I  for three Singers throughout the museum, April. Photo: Itamar Mendes Flohr
  • Ghom! A Gibberish Cantata The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, February Photo: Itamar Mendes Flohr
  • Ghom! A Gibberish Cantata The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, February Photo: Itamar Mendes Flohr
  • Opening Event: The Great Genenna Choir, the Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, January Photographer: Itamar Mendes-Flohr
  • Opening Event: The Great Genenna Choir, the Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, January Photographer: Itamar Mendes-Flohr
  • Opening Event: The Great Genenna Choir, the Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, January Photographer: Itamar Mendes-Flohr
  • Opening Event: The Great Genenna Choir, the Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, January Photographer: Itamar Mendes-Flohr
  • Opening Event: The Great Genenna Choir, the Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, January Photographer: Itamar Mendes-Flohr
  • Opening Event: The Great Genenna Choir, the Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, January Photographer: Itamar Mendes-Flohr
  • Opening Event: The Great Genenna Choir, the Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, January Photographer: Itamar Mendes-Flohr
  • Opening Event: The Great Genenna Choir, the Meshulam Riklis Foyer, Main Building, January Photographer: Itamar Mendes-Flohr