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ZADOK BEN-DAVID: HUMAN NATURE

ZADOK BEN-DAVID: HUMAN NATURE

The exhibition, extending over two halls, presents single sculptures and a sculpture installation – a selection of recent works by sculptor Zadok Ben-David (born 1949). The sculptures are steel cutouts of figures whose bodies are an image of boughs and foliage, or of trees whose foliage is a silhouette of human activity; sculptures that are isolated, enclosed, anonymous presences, each standing alone in space. The installation is a wide field of sand planted with 20,000 cutouts of defined, specified flowers, and its appearance transforms and astounds throughout the viewing.

 

OPENING DATE:

Friday 04 December 2009

Saturday 27 February 2010

LOCATION:

Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff Pavilion; Markus B. Mizne Gallery, Gabrielle Rich Wing

CURATOR:

Irith Hadar Catalogue

CREDITS:

Exhibition and catalogue sponsored by Isracard; Michael and Felicia Crystal; Wendy Fisher; Sara Lahat; Doron and Marian Livnat; and Michael and Phyllis Rapp

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