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The Collectivists – Group Portrait Curator: Orly Hoffman Opening: Thursday 29.8 at 20:00, Tel Aviv Artists’ House The exhibition The Collectivists – Group Portrait presents six Tel Aviv collective galleries under one roof in Tel Aviv Artists’ House. The members of the galleries were invited to carry out a self-curated action, to formulate an index and an ID of sorts that will outline the portrait of its collective activity. The exhibition features Alfred Gallery, P8 Gallery, Hanina Gallery, Indie Gallery, Benjamin Gallery, and the young Nolobez Gallery, each selected themes and subject matters that represent and reflect their own DNA in different ways. The gallery artists, who are usually engaged in the administrative and practical operation of the gallery as a space for solo exhibitions and various collaborations with guest artists, were invited to present themselves/their work together as a collective. This brief and task became a driving force that challenged the underlying foundations of each gallery, which for the most part, are not addressed in the interaction and shared artistic creation of all of its members. The act of coming together, searching for an idea, looking for connections and common references in the works, summoned a process of introspection […]
In a near future, a pizza delivery guy and his wife Feu Carthasis are in love and their story is passionate and full of rhythm and music. He used to be a sculptor and a DJ in a nightclub. She has been possessed by an old teacher of her, Fulcanelli the alchemist and since then has been lounging in fake palaces posing as operas. In this profoundly wild ghetto, marginal artists rub shoulders in rivalry. Their attempts to break off with their past grow tired and the pizza delivery guy run into a mutant, the new hope of contemporary art who scatters desire and dust upon the city. Performative intrigues, artistic manipulations and transforming states mark L’opéra d’or, a polyphonic writing project starring the voice of ambitious marginal artists whose destiny is yet to be fulfilled. Choir and visual art, installation and sound which draws from the codes of catharsis, intrigue, choral book, epic music, expressionism and thriller tv shows. Opening on Friday, Septembre 13, 2019 at 6pm Performance on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 6pm Artists and performers, Geneviève Crépeau and Matthieu Dumont have been collaborating since the end of the nineties under the name Geneviève et Matthieu. Their work is […]
Tides are a sign of passing time. By observing the river or the ocean tide, a whole dimension is hidden, underneath the water. A whole universe exists. Because of climate change, the world is transforming. Marine species started moving but they are not all as fast and they cannot all adapt at the same pace. Some species are endangered by these changes. The project Marées is a poetic reflexion about passing time and changes that are happening in all bodies of water everywhere. Members’ Window Show Opening on Friday, Septembre 13, 2019 at 6pm Martin Cormier has a training in Visual Arts from Université de Montréal à Québec and in Education from Université du Québec à Rimouski. His work was exhibited in multiple exhibitions in Quebec and is part of public and private collections in Canada, the United States and Europe. His artistic practice is mostly photography, drawing and print and questions time and duration in relationship to existence (beginning to end, life and death). Ecology also takes an important place in his reflexion.
This exhibition highlights the efforts of GAP members. GAP members are known for and really good at trading frags (fragments of found material) by collecting them, putting them in envelopes and mailing them to other members throughout the world. The GAP member on the receiving end will then create an original work using the frags received in the mail. There are over 50 artist members in GAP from 15 countries. On view in Gallerie Renee Marie beginning in December 2020 (exact dates and times TBA).