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The Museum Presents Itself 2

The Museum
Presents Itself 2
Israeli Art from the Museum Collection

The new display holds three chapters:
Pioneering and National Modernism
presents Modernism-influenced art
made in pre-state Israel and in its early
years; Post-Zionist Post-Minimalism:
Internationality and Subjectivity

art from the 1970s to 1999, relating
to the geometric and personal; and
Early 21st Century: Reductivism and
Redundancy
—art with an emphasis
on Minimalism and Maximalism;
a subchapter is dedicated to Post-
Modernism—Feminism
, presenting
works by the first decisive generation of
women artists from the 1970s.

 

Major funding was provided by The David Berg Foundation, New York

 

The exhibition was supported by Eldad Peri Technologies

OPENING DATE:

Friday 23 January 2015

CLOSING DATE:

Show Has No Closing Date

LOCATION:

Dina and Raphael Recanati Family Foundation Galleries Herta and Paul Amir Building

CURATOR:

Ellen Ginton

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  • Diti almog, Man’s Shirt (detail), 1994
  • Nevet Yitzhak,  b. 1975, The Concert, 2013 Video installation, 12:37 min, Purchased through a donation from Voting for Art acquisition group, 2013
  • Angela Klein, b. 1975, Back to Blue, 2010 Liquid pigment and industrial paint on iron, Isracard and Tel Aviv Museum of Art Prize for an Israeli Artist, 2014
  • Angela Klein, b. 1975, Back to Blue, 2010 Liquid pigment and industrial paint on iron, Isracard and Tel Aviv Museum of Art Prize for an Israeli Artist, 2014
  • Ehud Pecker, b. 1928, Definition of a Pyramid, 1970–1972 (reconstruction 2014) Plywood, acrylic, string, perforated cylinder, metal weights, Gift of the artist
  • Ehud Pecker, b. 1928, Definition of a Pyramid, 1970–1972 (reconstruction 2014) Plywood, acrylic, string, perforated cylinder, metal weights, Gift of the artist
  • Absalon, 1964–1993,  Cell No. 6, 1991 Wood, cardboard, white dispersion paint, neon tube, Perspex, Purchased through a donation from Shula and Jehuda Prihar, Tel Aviv, 1992
  • Barak Ravitz, b. 1982, Chatzi Goren (Semicircle), 2013 Digital prints, roll-up banners, Purchased through a donation from Voting for Art acquisition group, 2013