Summer is always a dry season, even in the art world. After few nice discoveries last week , but also few curatorial disappointments, we are very looking forward for the opening of ‘Showtime’ at the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art.

You will notice that this week the Israeli artist Alona Rodeh is on fire. After her exceptional installation “Above and Beyond” at the Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv, she is back this week with two major events.

Here are few options to ARTSY UP this hot upcoming week and welcome the month of August :

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Summer Sale No. 8

Every year the Chelouche Gallery is hosting a summer sale, offering a variety of artworks to the public, and featuring rare pieces from the 70’s and the 80’s.

Here are few exhibited artists : Tal Amitai-Lavi, Amnon Ben-Ami, Arnon Ben David,  Zigi Ben-Haim,  Benni Efrat,  Yoav Eftrati, Nir Evron, Carmela Garcia, Gideon Gechtman, Uri Gershuni, Christoph Keller, Miki Kratsman , Yoram Kupermintz, Melanie Manchot, Yossi Mark, Motti Mizrachi,  Lea Nikel, Ibrahim Nubani, Tom Pnini, Sigal Primor , Assaf Rahat, Yadid Rubin,Tomer Sapirk,Michal Shamir,Tal Shoshan, Gal Weinstein, and other ones.

When |Until August 3rd

Where | Chelouche Gallery, 7 Mazeh st. Tel Aviv

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Critique in the Age of Political Art 

Following Noah Simblist’s lecture of last week on how artists can often act as outsiders to criticize, explicitly or implicitly, the social ills of a society foreign to them, the CCA is hosting a  3 hours seminar “exploring the possible critical modes that art can and should take today and the models of critique that we can use to evaluate politically and socially engaged practices”.

Note that the entrance is free.

When | July 29 AT 6pm

Where |The Center for Contemporary Art (5 Kalisher street, Tel Aviv)

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Showtime

“Three major projects, each spread on a separate level of the Pavilion, comprise this exhibition by artists who deal with sound in a visual way. Each of the works delivers sound as physical presence in space and examines the term “show” while conceptually and physically deconstructing it within the exhibition space”

The exhibition curated by Hadas Maor will feature the following artists :  Janet Cardiff (born in Canada, 1957), Naama Tsabar (born in Israel, 1982) and Alona Rodeh (born in Israel, 1979).

The artist and various musicians will perform on the work every Thursday at 8:30 p.m.

Participating musicians include:  Tamar Aphek, Ariel Armoni, Gilbert Broid,  Ben Drusinsky,  Maya Dunietz, Or Edry, Roei Freilich, Noam Inbar, Ram Orion, Zoe Polanski,  Neta Polturak, Avishag Cohen Rodrigues, Yaron Sarel, Gamliel Sasportas, Adam Scheflan, Naama Tsabar,  Or Zubalsky, and others.

Additional information and a performance schedule are available at: www.showtime.tamuseum.org.il

When | Opening August 1st AT 8 pm

Where |Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art (6 Tarsat Blvd, Tel Aviv)

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Show Me the Money

Alona Rodeh is going to showcase few of her artworks, and sale them at the ZIZ Art Space for two weeks. Its the perfect occasion to discover her eclectic work, and purchase some cutting edge art.

When | Opening August 3rd AT 8 pm

Where |Shvil ha-Merets 6, Tel Aviv

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