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Benni Efrat | Exhibition opening

Benni Efrat | Exhibition opening

Benni Efrat’s first solo show at Hezi Cohen Gallery, Double X, will open on Thursday 18 October 8 pm

Closing November 25

 

High holidays closing times

During high holidays the gallery will be closed in the following dates

Tuesday, Wednesday, September 10-11: closed

Wednesday,Thursday, September 18-19: closed

Monday, September 24: closed

 

Alona Harpaz at Modem

Alona Harpaz is participating in a new exhibition of video works from and about Israel called Land of Promise at the Modern and Contemporary Art Center in Debrecen, Hungary

August 11- November 14

 

Upcoming- Ron Amir at MAMVP

Paris Museum of Modern Art (aka MAMVP) set in Paris 16th arrondissement, will be housing a compelling retrospective of gallery artist Ron Amir, entitled “Quelque part dans le désert” [Somewhere in the desert].

September 14 – December 2.

 

Two new exhibitions opening

Opening on Thursday May 3rd 8-11pm

‘Communication Brealdown’ – Shay Kun, Tomer Ganihar and Kami Bugnet (central space)

‘Cut the Sky’– Gilad Kahana (upper gallery)

 

Passover opening times

Friday, Saturday, March 30-31: closed

Sunday-Thursday, April 1-5: 10:30-19:00

Friday, April 6th: 10:00-14:00

Saturday, April 7th: closed

Wednesday-Thursday, April 18-19: closed

 

Klone, Urban Nation Museum

A piece by gallery artist Klone was recently purchased by the Urban Nation Museum in Berlin to be part of its permanent collection.

Klone, Traditions (personal topography)

 

Nir Harel | Soft Worlds | Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Gallery Artist Nir Harel is taking part in an interactive group exhibition for the whole family opening at the educational programm of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Opening reception: Thursday, February 22nd, 5 p.m

 

Uri Katzenstein, PrePast | Solo exhibition opening

PrePast by Uri Katzenstein, curated byOfra Harnam will open On Thursday January 25th at 8pm, Hezi Cohen Gallery.

he first time in several years, the artist will exhibit a new body of works, reflecting upon issues of time, identity, trauma and memory. Performances by the artist will take place on Thursday February 1st – 8pm, and Saturday March 3rd at 12pm.

 

Uri Katzenstein | Performance

The first of two Perforamnces to be conducted at the gallery.
Sisters, Part 1 – an elctroacoustic solo show

Saturday, February 3rd + 24th, 12 noon

*the gallery will open at 12 pm for the performance. Exhibition will be back on display right afterwards

 

Tal Yerushalmi, Sand in the Eye | Solo exhibition opening

A new body of work created during the passing year and an installation created for and within the gallery space. Yerushalmi paints useful everyday objects created by traditional craft techniques; through the objects, Yerushalmi tries to reactivate something that has a past, but has no future, and create a new interpretation of an object that has ceased to function.

Curated by Ofra Harnam

Opening: Thursday, December 14th at 8 PM

Closing: Saturday, January 20th

 

A new solo exhibition and an extensive catalogue to gallery artist Ron Amir

Hezi Cohen Gallery congratulates artist Rami Maymon on receiving the Minister of Culture and Sport’s Visual Art Award for 2015.

Prize committee considerations: His extensive and cohesive work explores issues regarding the essence of the photographic medium, and the changing status of the photographic image, while exposing the production and power mechanisms dominating photography in particular, as well as the wider field of art and culture

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Manifest Destiny | Group Exhibition opening

On Thursday, September 7th at 8PM, Hezi Cohen Gallery is opening a new group exhibition Manifesst Destiny, curated byOfra Harnam.

Participating artists: Eli Barak, Drora Dominey, Nir Harel, Alona Harpaz, Alma Itzhaky, Rami Maymon, Ron Amir, Uri Radovan.

Closing October 21st

 

Gallery Talk with Alma Itzhaky

On Friday, 16 June, 12pm, we will hold a gallery talk with artist Alma Itzhaky in her new solo show ‘The city is the pot, and we are the meat’. 

The exhibition includes new oil paintings, a series of drawings and a video work, all dealing with the image of the decaying, consumed body; the body that devours and is itself devoured.

Closing: 15 July 2017.

 

 

Etay Kaminer | Leo Ray | Two new shows

On Thurday, April 27, 8pm, we will be opening two new solo shows:

Grounding – solo exhibition by Etay Kaminer, curated by Yael Katz Ben Shalom. Kaminer aims onto what is reduced into private scenarios – dramatic but not theatrical – an outcome of multiple situations, feelings, sensations and everyday opportunities.

Collages – solo exhibition by Leo Ray. In this exhibition, Ray presents collage works he had created over the past two years. These works stand out in Ray’s oeuvre, who is known for his colorful and vibrant oil paintings. This is the first time Ray exhibits his works in his medium to the public.

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Etay Kaminer | Leo Ray | Two new shows

On Thurday, April 27, 8pm, we will be opening two new solo shows:

Grounding – solo exhibition by Etay Kaminer, curated by Yael Katz Ben Shalom. Kaminer aims onto what is reduced into private scenarios – dramatic but not theatrical – an outcome of multiple situations, feelings, sensations and everyday opportunities.

Collages – solo exhibition by Leo Ray. In this exhibition, Ray presents collage works he had created over the past two years. These works stand out in Ray’s oeuvre, who is known for his colorful and vibrant oil paintings. This is the first time Ray exhibits his works in his medium to the public.

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Meir Pichhadze | Sundown | Opening 9/3

Hezi Cohen Gallery is proud to present a new solo exhibition of works by Meir Pichhadze (1955-2010). This exhibition came to life in cooperation with the artist’s family and estate representatives.

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Klone at Hezi Cohen Gallery – New Solo Show

Hezi Cohen Gallery is happy to present “Memory of a Tree, Furgetfulness of a Land,” a new solo exhibition by the artist Klone.

Klone explores the means by which an identity is defined in a specific time and place. In his unique visual vocabulary he creates a narrative of a search for identity whose protagonist is the traveler, nomad, immigrant or refugee. The multidisciplinary installation work at the gallery unfolds before the viewer as a collective quest, a search in which anyone can find the eco of their own strides.

Opening: Thursday, December 1st, 8pm.

Closing: January 7th, 2017

 

Noga Sthainer, Opening

Gallery artist Noga Shtainer, is opening a joint photography exhibition.

Opening on September 9th, at Circle 1 Gallery, Berlin.

Advised by: Jurgen Harten

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Last chance- Gallery talk with artist Tsibi Geva

Due to high demand we are hosting a third, and last,  gallery talk with artist Tsibi Geva.

The Talk will take place this Saturday, Agust 27 at 12:00 am.

Exhebition clozing Saturday, August 27, 14:00pm!

 

Nir Harel in a group exhibition at MoBY

Gallery artist Nir Harel is participating in the second installment of The Kids want Communism at the MoBy, Museum of Bat Yam.

a joint project of numerous individuals and organizations, which will host its exhibitions, screenings, discussions, seminars and publications in a variety of locations; Tranzit, Prague | Free/Slow University of Warsaw | State of Concept, Athens | Škuc gallery, Ljubljana | Visual Culture Research Center, Kyiv and the MoBY

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Nir Harel at the Redtory Art Center

Nir Harelis participating in the group exhibition Made in Israel, Redtory Art Center in Guangzhou, China.

The show offers a new perspective on China as geographical and cultural space, through its role as a contemporary economical power.

Curator: Yaniv Shapira

Show will run until 24th of July.

 

Sigalit Landau at Vienna Festival

Artist gallery Sigalit Landau is presenting Sorrow Grove in the Wiener Festwochen – Vienna’s Spring Festival – a comprehensive exhibition of her video works.

Vardit Gross, Curator and Artport Director, on Landau’s exhibition: “For the last two decades Sigalit Landau has been playing with boundaries. She moves them, she stretches them, she often loops them. Landau’s video retrospective in Vienna’s Spring Festival is an opportunity to look at those boundaries up close and to explore the unique DNA of Landau’s work through her moving images.”

Until 19 June

 

Hezi Cohen Gallery at Art Cologne 2016

Hezi Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in the 2016 edition of Art Cologne art fair, to be held in April in Cologne, Germany.

The gallery will present works by gallery artists Madeleine Boschan, Darren Goins and Gaston Zvi Ickowicz.

Come visit us!

Hall 11.3, Stand B-018
14-17 April, 2016

 

Hezi Cohen Gallery at the Armory Show, NY, 2016

Hezi Cohen Gallery is proud to showcase the work of Sigalit Landau, one of Israel’s most prominent multimedia artists and sculptress in a booth-scale solo presentation, curated by Moshe Ninio, in the upcoming edition of the Armory Show, taking place this March in New-York.
Hezi Cohen Gallery, Booth #516, Piers 92-94
3-6 March, 12pm to 7pm.
Come visit us!

 

Uzi Tzur on Uri Radovan and Darren Goins at Hezi Cohen Gallery

Uzi Tsur reviews Uri Radovan’s solo show ‘Paraphernalia’, and Darren Goins solo show ‘Command Shift 4′, currently on exhibition at Hezi Cohen Gallery.

On Uri Radovan: “In a world of rapid reproduction and multiplication Radovan insists, in spite, on a manual, deliberately archaic work process, mocking the intolerable ease of virtual accessibility.”

In Darren Goins’ show “the beautiful arrangement of the sculpture in space and the paintings on the walls unfolds before the viewer in a formal dialogue of similarity and difference, united under the same roof and the same brand.”

Uzi Tsur, Haaretz, 23 Nov. 2015

To the full review

 

Sigalit Landau at the MACBA

Sigalit Landau participates in the exhibition ‘Desires and Necessities: New Incorporations to the MACBA Collection’, dedicated to recent acquisitions in the collection of the Museum for Contemporary Art, Barcelona.

Curator:  Bartomeu Marí

Opening: June 18, 2015

 

Sigalit Landau’s ‘Better Place’ at the cellule516

Sigalit Landau presents a new project, with the participation of Yotam From and Eyal Segal, as part of a residency in cellule516 – Inhabited Art Zone.

The cellule516 is part of the “Unité d’Habitation” of Le Corbusier – a collective housing project, designed to give modern man the means to adapt to post war economic and machinists living conditions.

The project “Better Place” refers to the eponymous Israeli company of electric cars of the same, whose project was to build a better world, a world without gasoline. In a broader view, Sigalit Landau questions the relevance, the naivety and the danger of thinking Change and Progress only through the Great Utopias that marked the XX and XXI centuries.

May 30 – August 29, 2015

 

Sigalit Landau at the Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery

The new exhibition ‘Sigalit Landau and Moshe Kupferman – Works from Igael Ahuvi Art Collection’ opens April 15 at the Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv University.

The gallery is open to public, free of charge, Sunday through Thursday from 11:00 to 19:00.

 

Hezi Cohen Gallery at Artissima Art Fair 2014

Hezi Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in Artissima Art Fair, which will be held in Turin, 7-9 November, 2014.

The gallery will present works by Lothar Hempel, Shay Kun, Sigalit Landau and Rami Maymon.

 

Come visit us at the Main Hall, Aisle Pink A, booth no. 1.

Nystagmus – a new performance by Rami Maymon and Eyal Weiser in Munich

Gallery artist Rami Maymon presents in collaboration with writer and director Eyal Weiser the installation and performance “Nystagmus” in the Volks Theater in Munich. A contemporary artistic response to the 1937 “Great German Art” and “Degenerate Art” exhibitions, taking place inside a laboratorial space that exists on the border between theater and gallery, acting and performance.

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Amit Cabessa – New Solo Show at Kav 16 Gallery

Gallery artist Amit Cabessa will open a new solo exhibition – Closing Show – at Kav 16 Gallery on Thursday, June 2nd. The exhibition will include an installation of new works from the artist’s studio.

Closing Show

Curator: Ravit Harari
Opening: Thursday, June 2nd, 8 PM

 

Elisabetta Benassi | Performance at MAXXI

We are happy to announce the performance by Elisabetta Benassi, Corsaro at MAXXI Rome, related to the work Alfa Romeo GT Veloce 1975-2007, 2007 and in the framework of the exhibition Remembering is not enoughtcurated by Hou Hanru. The artist  conceived an action around the work on show that reactivates the piece and supplements its meaning.

MAXXI Rome

 

Elisabetta Benassi | Performance at MAXXI

We are happy to announce the performance by Elisabetta Benassi, Corsaro at MAXXI Rome, related to the work Alfa Romeo GT Veloce 1975-2007, 2007 and in the framework of the exhibition Remembering is not enoughtcurated by Hou Hanru. The artist  conceived an action around the work on show that reactivates the piece and supplements its meaning.

MAXXI Rome

 

Ron Amir at Artport Tel Aviv Residency Program

Gallery artist Ron Amir was accepted to the third cycle of ARTPORT Tel Aviv residency program.

ARTPORT residency program annualy offers studio, monthly scholarship and curatorial direction to a group of six selected artists.

 

A new solo exhibition and an extensive catalogue to gallery artist Ron Amir

Hezi Cohen Gallery congratulates artist Rami Maymon on receiving the Minister of Culture and Sport’s Visual Art Award for 2015.

Prize committee considerations: His extensive and cohesive work explores issues regarding the essence of the photographic medium, and the changing status of the photographic image, while exposing the production and power mechanisms dominating photography in particular, as well as the wider field of art and culture… His work is characterized by aesthetical sensuality and meticulous treatment, and by integration of direct photography with material installations in space that include objects and architectural elements… so that space becomes an object.

 

A new extensive catalogue for artist Andreas Golinski

Hezi Cohen Gallery is pleased to announce the release of Andreas Golinski’s new extensive catalogue, Die Lücke, die der Kasten lässt. The catalogue shows Golinski’s installations, documents and plans, with texts by Benedikt Boucsein, Ory Dessau and Sandra Dichtl. Publisher’s website

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