Dvir Gallery is happy to share that Thomas Hirschhorn is featured in the new group exhibition, Dream On, at the former Public Tobacco Factory of Athens. The exhibition is based on the D.Daskalopoulos Collection. The exhibition is open until November 27, 2022.
Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of Fire Doina, a solo show by Mircea Cantor in Firenze, at the Base / Progetti per l’arte.
The exhibition opens on July 25, 2022 wit the opening between 5pm and 8pm. The exhibition is open until September 10, 2022.
“Fire doina” is a site specific installation made up of separate and autonomous elements that blend together to create a unique and unprecedented landscape. A common element of the works is that they are made from the beginning of the pandemic until a few weeks ago – when he made the video that bears the title of the exhibition in Romania – in addition to the various interventions in the space that establish a choral dialogue. As the artist himself points out: “The red line that connects the two video works and the other site-specific interventions is the idea of abandonment. In the video “Fire doina” it is as if the viewer were abandoned in a forest, but also surrounded by the song that the soldiers play. It is a song so deeply rooted in the history of the Romanian national identity that it has been inscribed in the Unesco World Heritage. The sound appears as a pause in times of war where we don’t know what happens.
Dvir Gallery is happy to announce that Simon Fujiwara is featured in the new sh0w of the Hamburger Kunsthalle.
The exhibitionsomething new, something old, something desired places the Kunsthalle’s important collection of contemporary art in an exciting dialogue with recent acquisitions of the latest works. The themes that come to the fore spotlight the urgent issues of our day: questions of understanding and communication, isolation and marginalisation, power and protest, utopia and structure. At the same time, the show explores (virtual) worlds and realities on the basis of architectural designs while addressing the tension between form and dissolution and focusing attention on the potential for interconnecting material and language.
Dvir Gallery is happy to share that Jonathan Monk has been featured at the group show (UN)COMMON VALUES of the national banks of Belgium and Spain.
In (UN)COMMON VALUES, we will explore how the artworks reflect the changes in society, mirror the various perceptions of generations and embrace the kaleidoscopic world we live in.
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Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce that Miri Segal and Karen Russo are parts of the new online, interactive exhibition of the Jerusalem Artists’ House that moves to the cyberspace hence doubling its exhibition spaces in the aether.
The exhibition is available here.
Dvir Gallery is happy to share that Miri Segal is participating at a conference in Basel on June 15.
In this event, speakers from the world of art, science, and entrepreneurship will present questions about technology, collaborations, and intersections of disciplines. Why do artists establish an AI lab? How can science benefit from working with artists? And what are potential avenues to foster transdisciplinary collaborations? These are some of the questions that will be discussed.
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Dvir Gallery is happy to share that the international, film-based art platform, CRYPTOFICTION dedicates a retrospective to Israeli artist, Karen Russo.
The retrospective spans throughout entire June and the films are available online.
The following titles are available: Junkerhaus (2019), Haus Atlantis (2016), TET-Stadt (2016), Externsteine (2012), Target: 090313 977 (2009)
Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of ‘For a Brief Moment […] Several Times’, duo show of Latifa Echakhch and Zineb Sedira in Kunsthausbaselland, curator by Ines Goldbach
At a time when borders have to be fought for and defended, but an affiliation to only one nation is no longer the rule, the collaborative project between Latifa Echakhch and Zineb Sediracould not be more relevant. For a long time, the two artists have been connected by a close friendship along with a great interest in each other’s work. This year, both artists have been invited to the Venice Biennale to represent France (Zineb Sedira) and Switzerland (Latifa Echakhch).
Though the exhibition at Kunsthaus Baselland is the artists’ first project of this type, it is more than consistent within their oeuvre: an invitation to enter into a dialogue, an artistic conversation with each other’s work, preserving its autonomy while connecting it to a distinctive narrative; at the same time, it is an open, gentle invitation to the visitors to embark on a dense trail of personal and collective memories, to settle down, wonder and remember together—both the presence and the absence of people, film clips, songs, texts, smells, images.
The exhibition resembles two overlaying memories of moments from the artists’ pasts, allowing a collective remembrance to become possible. It almost feels like moving through a film set, a journey through time and space—paused in a moment that is open for visitors to go through. The two artists thus open up a multilayered space of experiences that succeeds in directing our perception towards fundamental themes of identity and affiliation, as well as of individual and collective memory.
Dvir Gallery is happy to share that on June 15, Latifa Echakhch is part of an artist talk with Zineb Sedira and Zoé Whitley, Director of the Chisenhale Gallery, London, to talk about their pioneering practices, their common interests, and their friendship. Representing France and Switzerland, respectively, at the 2022 Venice Biennale, they will also discuss their exhibitions as well as their joint project for Kunsthaus Baselland.
Presented in collaboration with Kunsthaus Baselland. The exhibition ‘For a Brief Moment […] Several Times. Latifa Echakhch & Zineb Sedira’, 2 June – 17 July, 2022, curated by Director Ines Goldbach, is supported by the Institut français and the French Embassy in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
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Dvir Gallery is happy to share that the new solo show of Naama Tsabar, MATRIX 189, open on June 2 in the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, CT. The exhibition is open until September 11.
“Tsabar’s project marks a return of performance art to the MATRIX program. Over more than four decades of MATRIX, the program has featured notable performance artists, including Laurie Anderson, Andrea Fraser, Janine Antoni, and now Tsabar. The site-specific Melodies of Certain Damage works will be activated in closing-weekend performances with the artist and female-identifying or gender-nonconforming musicians from the Greater Hartford community. The music field is traditionally gendered male. Thus, Tsabar confronts women’s rights and equality issues that have long lingered but resurfaced and gained momentum in society in recent years. Tsabar’s work is current, feminist, and political.”
The solo show is accompanied by two performances, a conversation between the artist and Laurie Anderson, and on June 2, there is going to be an artist talk.