Pini Ezra "Hovering at a Low Altitude"
Solo Exhibition (March 22-April 28, 2018)
The absence of space, time and narrative in Pini Ezra's new works seems to suggest that this is an abstract painting that deals with the values of painting itself - line, stain and composition. A closer look at...
Iris Nadel "After everyone left"
Solo Exhibition (November 23 - December 29, 2017)
The core of Iris Nadel's work is the tension created between the small and square format, which seemingly frames and moderates the intensity of emotion, and the storm of soul that unfolds in her paintings.
Sefi Sendik "Time Memory"
Solo Exhibition (November 27, 2014 – January 2, 2015)
Iddo Markus "Urtica"
Solo Exhibition (February 27 – April 4, 2014)
Shahar Kornblit "Abyss"
Solo Exhibition (October 31 – December 13, 2013)
David Isaacs "Mute Map"
Solo Exhibition (January 24 – March 8, 2013)
David Isaacs's paintings move between the boundaries of abstraction and intimated images. Though there are no landmarks on the map Isaacs describes, there are outlines; in this sense it is a mute map, but one whose...
Henry Shelesnyak "Dream Time"
Solo Exhibition (June 14 – July 27, 2012)
A new exhibition of works on paper by Henry Shelesnyak (1938-1980), a prominent artist of the Arte Povera (Want of Matter) movement. The works are characterized by a meticulous minimalism; a type of asceticism in the spirit of Eastern philosophy, with white dominating,...
Shuli Bar Navon "New Works"
Solo Exhibition (April 20 – June 1, 2012)
Mixed media works on paper and collages from the last two years. Direct and expressive paintings; figures of animal-like humans and human-like animals in ironic and macabre situations in a "theatre of life" parade.
Joseph Hirsch "Through the Mask"
Solo Exhibition (December 22, 2011 - January 4, 2012)
Joseph Hirsch, a highly gifted draftsman, presents us with a clear internal mirror, painfully, sharply revealing what we want to suppress: that we are vulnerable and imperfect human beings. It is a clear humanist statement; a belief in and perception of an existential...
Chen Shapira "Tiaras"
Solo Exhibition (October 27 – December 10, 2011)
A spiritual atmosphere can be felt emanating from Shapira's works, inviting the viewer to gaze deeply inward. Were it possible to speak of ethical action in painting or an ethical painting, in itself, it would appear that Shapira's painting belongs to those categories;...
Shimrit Baer "Partial Shade"
Solo Exhibition (September 1 – October 15, 2011)
Shimrit Baer's solo exhibition focuses on pen drawings of landscapes and figures in a small-scale format. A minimalist and thin, almost ascetic line and exceptional sensitivity express a mood charged with mystery and enigma.
Iddo Markus "Bite Size"
Solo Exhibition (February 3 – March 18, 2011)
The Solo exhibition by Iddo Markus comprises oil paintings on wood and small-scale format works on paper that move between abstraction and the suggestion of concrete figures; a discourse with the tradition of painting through contemporary language.
Michal Bachi "Fiery Gray"
Solo Exhibition (April 7 – May 20, 2011)
Solo exhibition by Michal Bachi, awarded the Sharett Prize for Culture, 2010. Exhibited are works on paper from the last years, at whose center are different ways of looking at figures and body details in movement, reflecting a frame of mind that moves between expressivity...
Danny Verete "Whole Fractures"
Solo Exhibition (December 9, 2010 – January 21, 2011)
Solo exhibition by director and scriptwriter ("Hamsin", "Yellow Asphalt", "Metalic Blues", "The Human Turbine"), Verete, who photographed the traces left in the wake of a fire that burned down the furniture factory at Kibbutz Zor'a; a charged and powerful encounter between...
Gil Zellner "Ayelet Hashahar"
Solo Exhibition (October 7 – November 26, 2010)
Solo exhibition by Gil Zellner; drawings and oil paintings of the streets surrounding Tel Aviv's old central bus station to which he repeatedly returns over a period of time to encounter the scarred street, tilting tree and approaching figure.
Uri Stettner "The Shadow's Shadow"
Solo Exhibition (May 13 – June 25, 2010)
Uri Stettner, a "painter's painter" and highly regarded artist, began to consolidate his particular poetics in the late '70s; characterized by an introverted and melancholic atmosphere with an economic and implied means of painting in subtle and blurred pastel colors,...
Gilead Keydar "Internal Location"
Solo Exhibition (March 11 – April 24, 2010)
Exhibition of new work – oil and carvings on wood – combining Keydar's language with that of the tradition of romantic painting. The enigmatic, mysterious works contain beauty, pain and vulnerability; a reflection of a stormy internal world.
Irmi Adani "There's No Place Like Home"
Solo Exhibition (January 15 – February 5, 2010)
Exhibition of new work – paintings and objects – from the last two years. Irmi Adani, in a language that combines roughness and poetry, expands his ongoing occupation with domestic spaces in a state of...
Michael Druks "Deuteronomy Chapter 1, Pictures Chapter2"
Solo Exhibition (October 22 – December 4, 2009)
New work from the last years is exhibited dealing with the place and function of painting as a "product" in the communicative space: as a mediator and link or as a means of stimulating, arousing and motivating. The works deal with how the viewer observes and the way in...
Menuhin "New Works"
Solo Exhibition (August 27 – October 9, 2009)
A solo exhibition by the painter, Menuhin, in which he presents pastel colored textures on a thin layer of fabric, touched by airiness alongside sensual, rhythmic and expressive drawing, disconnected from the physical, material dimension and connected to the spiritual-metaphysical....
Shuli Bar Navon "Before the Fall"
Solo Exhibition (February 19 – April 17, 2009)
In the exhibition, "Before the Fall", new works are presented in small-scale formats using the technique of tar on paper and cement and engravings on masonite. These paintings are direct and full of momentum, whose inner power is disturbing and provide no peace.
Shay Zilberman "Twinkling"
Solo Exhibition (November 6, 2008 – January 9, 2009)
Shay Zilberman's work deals with intermediate, coming into being, in-between states; in his abstract work one can see figures and landscapes collected from specific images, but having undergone a transformation that sometimes renders them far removed from the original.
Avraham Eilat "It's Not All Black"
Solo Exhibition (September 11 – October 24, 2008)
In this exhibition Eilat explores the tension created between the confrontation of opposites; the geometric and constructed against the expressive, the broken and eruptive, black-white with flickering color and states of lacking against the whole, with drawing comprising...
Rina Peled "Far Away from the Sun"
Solo Exhibition (May 15 – June 27, 2008)
In "Far Away from the Sun", Rina Peled presents a group of works painted during the last year, all sharing the processed impressions from a visit to the death camps as well as movies and literature relating to the Holocaust and the gulags.
Joseph Hirsch "Works on Paper"
Solo Exhibition (November 18 – December 14, 2007)
This exhibition marks the tenth anniversary of the artist, Joseph Hirsch's death. Hirsch, a highly gifted draftsman, often defined by artists and critics as a master, focused on small-scale work. Hirsch's virtuosity in drawing did not become the main element of...
Michael Druks "Selected Works"
Solo Exhibition (May 17 – July 10, 2007)
Michael Druks is not a "laborer" artist, who works in the studio medium. He does not create series of works, but rather is involved in searching for stimuli and new and original means of expression. His works are not easily accessible to the viewer and demand effort....
Irmi Adani "South-East"
Solo Exhibition (December 27, 2007 – January 1, 2008)
Adani's drawings are a harmonious blend of emotional, primal and intense expression with a rich inner world and critical and skeptical thinking, which makes Adani's works an exciting and challenging experience...
Elyasaf Kowner "Temporary Disappearance"
Solo Exhibition (March 22 – May 11, 2007)
A series of photographs by Elyasaf Kowner reveals intimate moments, fractured fragments and segments of reality that push aside the sentimental and leads the viewer to that which is invisible to the eye.
Eliyahu Gat "From Earth Colors to Sky Colors"
Solo Exhibition (March 9 – August 2, 2007)
The exhibition is unique in that it is the first exposure of its scope of the watercolors from the '60s, comprising the transitional stage to the painting with which the artist, Eliyahu Gat, is identified.
Uri Stettner "Paintings"
Solo Exhibition (November 11 – December 29, 2006)
The Gallery opened with an exhibition by Uri Stettner.
Stettner, an autodidact, who, over the years, developed a unique "Stettnerite" painting poetic, "flowed before himself". His works are reserved and intimate; they do not try to impress. His touch is careful...