Talking Gender / Unique encounters following the Museum's exhibitions (in Hebrew)
TAMA is proud to introduce a series of events at its leading ongoing exhibitions, featured during Pride Month and presenting a renewed examination of gender, feminism and queerness.
The comprehensive exhibition “Shai Ignatz: Goldi” spans 20 years of the photographer’s work, which often focuses on homosexual figures. Ignatz addresses issues pertaining to identity and gender, social detachment, solitude and the relationships between photographers and their subjects.
“Annette Messager: Desires, Disorders” is a first solo exhibition in Israel of works by one of the world’s most prominent and influential contemporary artists. Messager’s social-feminist worldview subverts conventions and presents us with a striking theatrical performance based on intimate materials that draw, among other influences, on her childhood and personal experiences.
“In Gay We Trust”: Gender, Feminism and Activism in the Work of Annette Messager
Lecture following the exhibition “Annette Messager: Desires, Disorders” with Galit Landau-Epstein, associate curator of the exhibition
The number of seats is limited
Additional encounters at the exhibition:
31/5 — The Queer Space: Independence Park, the Hotel and the Museum >
2/6 — Desire, Disorder / Pleasure, Displeasure: Encounter at the Exhibition and Film Screening >
9/6 — "Shai Ignatz: Goldi" Encounter with the exhibition curator, Raz Samira and photographer >
23/6 — Poetry-led tour of the exhibition “Annette Messager: Desires, Disorders” >