Dvir Gallery is delighted to share that Omer Fast‘s installation Karla (2020) is featured at Sites, the new public art programming of the Paris+ par Art Basel.
The exhibition of Fast is on view throughout the fair at the Chapelle des Petits-Augustins des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce the participation of Moshe Ninio at a new group show, ‘It Might be a Mirage’, in The Hague, the Netherlands
Exhibition: 08.10.2022 — 22.01.2023, Opening: 08.10.2022, 20:00 hrs.
Location: West Den Haag in the former American Embassy, Lange Voorhout 102, The Hague
‘It Might be a Mirage’ is an array of presentations situated in and reflecting on the verge of history, between fact and speculation, information and invention. Featuring works by eight contemporary artists spanning various mediums and techniques, from sculpture and installation, to video, film, and photography, it lends historical realities a sense of uncertainty, defiance, and obsession.
Curated by Ory Dessau and Tal Sterngast
Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce its participation at the Around Video fair taking place in Lille, France between September 20 and October 2, 2022.
Dvir Gallery presents the work (Sa)Mira by Dor Guez that will be screened throughout the fair.
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Dvir Gallery is happy to share that a collaboration between Ariel Schlesinger and Jonathan Monk are featured in the new exhibition at the White Gallery in Kibbutz Hazor-Ashdod. The exhibition is open from September 24 to October 29.
Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of Fantasmagoriana, the 2022 edition of LIAF, Lofoten International Art Festival curated by Francesco Urbano Ragazzi.
This year’s edition features the works of Marianne Berenhaut and runs from September 3 to October 2 of 2022, at the North
Norwegian Art Centre in Svolvaer and at five sites in the city of Kabelvåg.
Dvir Gallery is happy to share that the organizer of Panorama Monopoli 2022, the ITALICS gallery consortium decided to award the Italics d’Oro in memory of the exemplary artistic and life experience of the photographer Lisetta Carmi (1924-2022).
The work of Lisetta Carmi will be featured in a special project developed in collaboration with the international festival of photography and arte PhEST – See Beyond the Sea. On exhibit will be unpublished shots taken in 1960 between Puglia and Basilicata, presented in a preview during the awards ceremony scheduled for Friday, 2 September, 2022, that will be remain open to the public for the duration of the festival, from 9 September until 1 November 2022.
Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of the new solo show of Nelly Agassi in the Chicago Cultural Center.
The exhibition, titled No Limestone, No Marble, opens on September 24 and runs until January 15, 2023.
Israeli-born Chicago-based artist Agassi calls this project a “biography of the site” in which she develops a personal relationship with the past, present, and future history of a place in connection to her own. With this methodology, Agassi “sculpts” the site as a material, and creates a project from the specificity of the place in relation to the city of Chicago and the institution’s impact. A publication and performances are being planned in conjunction with this exhibition.
Dvir Gallery is happy to share the participation of Sigalit Landauat the Kunstfest Weimar 2022 between August 24-26 at the Theaterplatz in Weimar.
The artists redirect their gaze at the process of industrial harvesting of olives in the younger groves of Israel. In this installation Sigalit Landau and Yotam From show larger than life single olive trees in vertical format; trees of different ages, species, and sizes. These trees are shaken by giant mechanical »hands«. Spectators of »The Olive Grove« can wander across the Theaterplatz through a heterogeneous plantation and are confronted with the fact that the fascinating archaic symbol is now subject to the laws of efficiency and economy. The video installation does not lament this but rather amplifies the poetic biblical yearning. An Israeli and a Syrian Dancer are the physically present protagonists, relating to the trees and their space of meaning. The Theaterplatz becomes a place of grief, of pain, a space to regret and to protest, to be lost, to hope and to love.
The internationally acclaimed, Israeli choreographer Nir de Volff will work together with Landau and From for the first time and create a choreographed performance for the Theaterplatz with an original score by Israeli composer Shushan Isaac.
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.