The end of this “beyond warm” summer is getting closer, and we can’t wait for the oh so exciting upcoming opening exhibitions in September. It the meantime, we found few arty dates for you and your artsy crowd to attend :
Growth – CSP Exhibition at the Central Bus Station
I must say that I never expect the Central Bus Station of Tel Aviv to be a venue for an arty event, BUT as she is the subject and the main concern of the exhibition Growth, it couldn’t be a better place to host it. The building inaugurated twenty years ago was designed by the architect Ram Carmi who saw there the opportunity to bring some changes in South Tel Aviv. The exhibition curated by Michal Lazar :”comprises proposals for Tel Aviv’s bus station using plants, agriculture, and gardening – with a nod to the concept of economic growth. The proposals seem to capitalize on the potential of the station, but also the problematic transition from vision to realization. The works displayed here focus on the impossible conditions for growing plants in this building, and on the apocalyptic feeling that in turn points to post-disaster life’*.
A very interesting project featuring the following artists : Anat Barel / Sharon Glazberg / Gil Yefman /Shavit Yaron /Natalie Mandel / Pearl Schneider / Robert Ungar
When |Until September 10
Where |The New Central Bus Station, Tel Aviv, 5th Floor, Room 5203
* Source : CCA Tel Aviv
Sapir Art School Graduates 2013
Chelouche Gallery is hosting for few days the Sapir Art School Graduates artworks. Summer is really a season to discover and celebrate the talent of Israel newly grades students. Sapir is a college located in a difficult area in the south of the country, really aware of its situation and well known for their multiculturalism, their surroundings are a constant inspiration for the students and teachers. Don’t miss it.
When | Until August 23
Where |Chelouche Gallery For Contemporary Art, Mazeh 7
Since August 1st, artists and musicians are performing at the Helena Rubinstein for Contemporary Art every Thursday evening at 8.30 in installations designed by the following artists : Janet Cardiff (born in Canada, 1957), Naama Tsabar (born in Israel, 1982) and Alona Rodeh (born in Israel, 1979). This week don’t miss Laila‘s performance.
When |August 23 AT 8.30 pm
Where |Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art (6 Tarsat Blvd, Tel Aviv)
BORDERS: A Black and White Art Exhibition