2009

  • Herzliya 2009 הרצליה

    Herzliya 2009 הרצליה

    Herzliya 2009 הרצליה at the Museum. An extension of the Herzliya Biennial festival that took place during the Sukkot holiday. The show is made up of key works that had been gathered into the museum after the festival.

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  • Adam Rabinowitz

    Adam Rabinowitz

    1973, Hadera\r\nLives and works in Los Angeles and Tel Aviv\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe work posits the unresolved relationship existing between a closed and an open-ended form, a fragment and a whole, a finite and an infinite serial pattern, flat layers and profoundness, origin and reflection, and reflection as opposed to a reflected

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  • Ami Shavit

    Ami Shavit

    1934, Tel Aviv Lives and works in Ein Hod In Alpha Mood, Electro-acoustic

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  • Dan Moshe

    Dan Moshe

    1964, Tel Aviv Lives and works in Bnei Brak Ear Nose Mouth Lights, Two channel projection, looped, 1994 A video documenting the sound vibrations emitted through unlikely resonance chambers – the stomach, chest and throat – a process which leads to a deep spiritual

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  • Shahar Freddy Kislev

    Shahar Freddy Kislev

    1982, Johannesburg Lives and works in Tel Aviv Death and the Maiden, Robots, computers, human hair, 2009 Three robots programmed to continually comb human hair. Hair is a reoccurring motif in paintings from the “Death and the Maiden” genre, and is one of the embodiments

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  • Yaron Lapid

    Yaron Lapid

    1974, Beersheba Lives and works in London In 1999 Yaron Lapid found several envelopes

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  • Lital  Lev Cohen

    Lital Lev Cohen

    1976, Tel Aviv Lives and works in Tel Aviv The Tomb of the

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  • Nevet Yitzhak

    Nevet Yitzhak

    1975, Jerusalem Lives and works in Tel Aviv Language for the Faithful, video installation,

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  • Yitzhak Danziger

    Yitzhak Danziger

    Light Infiltration (Hoshen), sculpture, 1969 1916, Berlin-1977, Haifa   Itzhak Danziger’s Hoshen is an abstract and geometric brass interpretation of the ritual breastplate worn by the High Priest in the Israelite Temple. The Biblical Hoshen

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  • Noa Giniger

    Noa Giniger

    Ongoing Collection, installation, 2008-9 1977, Tel Aviv Lives and works in Amsterdam An assortment of solar lamps is showcased in a glass cabinet the style of up-scale boutiques. A bright fluorescent light, fixed at the upper end of the case, remains permanently on (even

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