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Objektiv: Josef Albers, Oran Hoffmann

Objektiv: Josef Albers, Oran Hoffmann 

What might be the result of an imaginary conversation between two bodies of work, between two artists whom origin, time, space and medium all position in the farthermost boundaries of a wide field of influence? The exhibition, which casts a net of links and distributions between a selection of prints by Josef Albers and photographs by Oran Hoffmann, considers their artistic projects as a perceptual research of observation; a process of work as a material and formal trial and error through which assimilation takes place.

OPENING DATE:

Friday 11 July 2014

CLOSING DATE:

Saturday 22 November 2014

LOCATION:

Prints and Drawings Gallery, The Gallery of the German Friends of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Herta and Paul Amir Building

CURATOR:

Dalit Matatyahu

CREDITS:

With heartfelt thanks to Ms. Ingrid Flick, without whose support this exhibition and catalogue would not have been possible

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  • Oran Hoffmann  Blocknote, 2014 C-print, 70x56 © Oran Hoffmann, courtesy of Tempo Rubato Gallery, Tel Aviv
  • Josef Albers, from the album Formulation Articulation I-II, 1972 color screenprint, 483/1000, Gift of Mrs. and Mr. Alvin I. Schragis, New York, through the American Friends of Tel Aviv Museum of Art (1986)
  • Oran Hoffmann  Objektiv: Objektiv: Grey Carpet, Plexiglass (Yellow and Red), 2014 C-print, 80x64 © Oran Hoffmann, courtesy of Tempo Rubato Gallery, Tel Aviv
  • Josef Albers, from the album Formulation Articulation I-II, 1972 color screenprint, 483/1000, Gift of Mrs. and Mr. Alvin I. Schragis, New York, through the American Friends of Tel Aviv Museum of Art (1986)
  • Oran Hoffmann  From the series Erstwhile Reflexion II, 2014 C-print, 70x56 © Oran Hoffmann, courtesy of Tempo Rubato Gallery, Tel Aviv
  • Josef Albers, from the album Formulation Articulation I-II, 1972 color screenprint, 483/1000, Gift of Mrs. and Mr. Alvin I. Schragis, New York, through the American Friends of Tel Aviv Museum of Art (1986)