Tag Archives: Israeli Art

Sasha Okun, A Harmony of Dissonances

Written for the exhibition at U+I Architects gallery, London, September-October 2016 “I live in my own prison, in an isolation cell. Through the window I see a strip of blue sky, a whitewashed wall made of concrete blocks, with a … Continue reading

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Dani Karavan – The Beauty of Simplicity and Symbolic Beauty

Abstract from a lecture given at the ICC (International Cultural Center), Krakow, on 29 June, 2012. Dani Karavan has unfolded for us the stages of his work’s development. I will try and shortly lay out the ways to view Karavan’s site … Continue reading

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In the Name of Protest: Conflict in Israeli Photography

The exhibition “In the Name of Protest: Conflict in Photography” was born out of the events of the summer of 2011. Unlike other exhibitions which opened around the time that the events actually unfolded, this exhibition aims to pause and … Continue reading

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Osvaldo Romberg: Global Art Traveler

Osvaldo Romberg’s art embodies an all-encompassing, all-embracing cultural vision, crossing territorial borders as well as the borders of culture and period. Romberg’s historical vision does not limit itself to one particular culture, but attempts to study human culture as one … Continue reading

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