Short Series : Guy Yanai & Rafe Mullarkey at Rod Barton Gallery

I wrote about Guy Yanai few times on the blog. When I arrived in Israel 3 years ago, he was one of the first artist who openned me his studio and I was straight away fond of his work. More intellectual that it might appear at first sight, and filled with contemporary cultural references, Yanai’s bold artwork is…

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Short Series : Jimmie Durham at the Serpentine Gallery

The “Shorts” are part of a new series of spontaneous posts mixing brief writing, pictures, and unedited videos that I will share every time I  go visit an exhibition or an artist studio. Hope that you will enjoy this little “raw” project. Jimmie Durham‘s exhibition ” Various items and Complaints” at the Serpentine Gallery is without…

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Exhibition Review : “Mini Golf Bat Yam” // Group Show at MoBY

The Museum of Bat Yam a.k.a. the MoBY has a beautiful and quiet iconic venue (a perfect mix of brutalism and modernism architecture), something you will almost not expect from a small town museum. Today I’m meeting Elad Rosen, the curator of MoBY’s newest exhibition “Mini Golf Bat Yam“. Rosen, who is also an artist,…

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Exhibition Review : “No Names, No Title ” by Anri Sala at the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art

It’s been a couple of weeks since my last post. I don’t know if it is really a choice or the result of a very busy life. I’m not complaining at all, but I have so much to share with you, new books, new exhibitions, new artists, and of course new studio visits, that I decided…

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