So, here is our weekly arty checklist once again ! Where to go? What to see? This week is without a doubt an eclectic one, it will bring you on antic paths, give you a look at the promising talents of tomorrow, or introduce you to the term videocraty.
We prepared for you few options to artsy up your week and cool down August :
La Culture #7 – BOGRIM
During three days, La Culture team is going to exhibit the finals projects of art/design students, from different art schools and departments. They will offer a wide range of artistic disciplines like fashion, graphic design, textile, industrial design and much more. You will be also able to purchase finished artworks from freshly graduate students. La Culture successfully focuses on contemporary Israel art at affordable prices, and is a very interesting stage for emerging artists. A must go in Tel Aviv.
When |Opening August 15 AT 6 pm – untill August 77
Where |9 Mazeh, Tel Aviv
Sasha Serber – Antique Collection
Simulating monumental archaeological remains (like Romans or Ancient Greek ones), Sasha Serber offer a critic of the European classic culture. Discover his huge sculptures in Styrofoam in the very contemporary space of the Gordon Gallery 2.
When | Opening August 15
Where | Gordon Gallery 2 (4 Natan Hachacham St., Tel Aviv, Israel)
Summer Screening – Videocracy
The CCA keeps refreshing our Thursday evenings with some great screenings and delicious cocktails. This week they “will feature pieces that were submitted via open call in an attempt to give equal opportunity to as many creative producers as possible. Who said art have to be elitist?’.
Works by: Noam Bar, David Banarroch, Helen Benigson, Yael Brandt, Orit Ishay, Ora Kolmanovsky, Anna Kubovski, Ellina Kwitkovsky, Tamar Lederberg, Uri Levinson, Keren Partock, Dafna Reves, Ynin Shillo, Gili Sitton, Rinat Schnadower, Shiri Shaashua, Shahar Tuchner, Gal Volinez, Roy Zunder and more.
When |August 15 AT 8.30 pm
Where | The center for Contemporary Art (5 Kalisher St. Tel Aviv)
Ron Gilad – The Logical, the Ironic, and the Absurd
Ron Gilad is one of the most successful and known Israeli designers in the world today. His solo show started a month ago at the Tel Aviv Museum of art, and we highly recommend you to visit it if you are a design person. Ron Gilad displays everyday objects in the museum space : “This exhibition presents logical constructions alongside absurd scenes, and modernist aesthetic concepts alongside subversive seductions that undermine them”.
When | Until December 28
Where | Tel Aviv Museum of Art