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THE 2009 RAPPAPORT PRIZE FOR AN ESTABLISHED ISRAELI PAINTER | Tal Mazliach: The Concept Has Gone for a Walk

THE 2009 RAPPAPORT PRIZE FOR AN ESTABLISHED ISRAELI PAINTER | Tal Mazliach: The Concept Has Gone for a Walk

Tal Mazliach’s paintings are constructed like a riddle which the viewer must decipher. Beyond the colorful, tempting, almost blinding cover, there hides a plethora of images, of figures and of symbols, imbued with sentences and words that consolidate into a full, complex pictorial and emotional world. A deep, prolonged observation exposes an intricate layering and reveals yet more details, which eventually become a flickering puzzle, demanding repeated scrutiny from the viewer. A constant tension exists in the paintings between revealing and concealing, between the part and the whole, between the naïve and the self-conscious, between a series of intertwined contexts. The exhibition presents for the first time paintings from the past five years, as well as a selection of paintings from previous years.

OPENING DATE:

Friday 19 March 2010

Saturday 26 June 2010

LOCATION:

Markus B. Mizne Gallery, Gabrielle Rich Wing

CURATOR:

Efrat Livny Catalogue

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