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Artist news – Naama Tsabar at The Bass Museum

Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of the Perimeters, a solo show of Naama Tsabar in The Bass, in Miami Beach. dates: November 28, 2021 – April 17, 2022 “Opening late November 2021, The Bass presents Perimeters, an exhibition of new and site-specific work by Israeli born, New York-based artist Naama Tsabar. Offering the potential for activation and performance throughout, the exhibition centers on Tsabar’s most recent series, Inversions, presenting new iterations of four bodies of work that Tsabar has explored from 2006 to the present. Naama Tsabar works at the intersection of architecture and music, showing viewers how sound moves both through and beyond walls and buildings. She often makes large-scale collaborative performances, sculptures and installations that can be played by musicians and visitors alike. For Perimeters, Tsabar will fuse elements from sculpture, music, performance and architecture and transforms the museum itself into a playable instrument […]”

Naama Tsabar in ‘The Musical Brain’, on various locations on the High Line, New York

The Musical Brain is a group exhibition that reflects on the power music has to bring us together. The exhibition is named after a short story by the Argentine contemporary writer César Aira, and explores the ways that artists use music as a tool to inhabit and understand the world. The featured artists approach music through different lenses—historical, political, performative, and playful—to create new installations and soundscapes installed throughout the park. Read more about it : https://www.thehighline.org/art/projects/the-musical-brain/ Until March 20211 Image : Naama Tsabar, Equal Measure, 2021. Granite, aluminum, motor, 116 x 75 x 75 inches. Image courtesy of the artist and Kasmin, New York.

Artist news – Naama Tsabar

Dvir Gallery is happy to share the recently published article of Rob Goyanes by Art Basel about Naama Tsabar and her new solo show in The Bass, Miami Beach. To read A glitch in the patriarchy: how Naama Tsabar is hacking the history of rock music, please click here.

Simon Fujiwara at BIM’21

Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce that the Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement 2021 in Geneva is now open with the participation of Simon Fujiwara. BIM’21 is co-curated by the collaborative DIS and Centre’s director, Andrea Bellini. As one of the most interesting curatorial collectives active in the art world today, DIS has already produced exhibitions that have marked our era.

Dor Guez – Curating on Shaky Grounds

Dvir Gallery is happy to announce Dor Guez’s participation in the international curatorial workshop Curating on Shaky Grounds: Curating in Times of Crisis and Conflict at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin. The workshop is organized by Artis, OnCurating, CAS/MAS in Curating, Zurich University of the Arts & Ph.D., in Practice in Curating, University of Reading/Zurich University of the Arts. Guez’s lecture-performance, Mapping Archival Traces, will take place on November 6th at 13:30. In an intimate setting, I will narrate and animate archival materials from the Middle East and North Africa. Participants will be welcome to share personal experiences and exchange knowledge. For participating on Zoom, please find the registration here.

Thomas Hirschhorn in MAXXI

Dvir Gallery is happy to announce that the solo exhibition of Thomas Hirschhorn, The Purple Line, is going to open on October 20, 2021 in MAXXI. The exhibition is on display until March 6, 2022. Curated by Hou Hanru, Luigia Lonardelli

“The world needs to be depixelated”, Thomas Hirschhorn.

This is one of Thomas Hirschhorn’s phrases to describe the «Pixel-Collage», an impressive cycle of works created between 2015 and 2017. For the first time, they are grouped, following a layout designed by the artist, on a very long purple wall – The Purple Line – that runs through gallery 3.  A project that seeks to show the invisible renegotiates the exhibition context and stimulates the viewer to remain vigilant and aware…

Douglas Gordon / …and his friends

Dvir Gallery is delighted to share that Douglas Gordon’s new solo show, ‘…and his friends’, opens on October 18, 2021 in the Albion Barn.

“Gordon utilises a multimedia approach to mark-making; employing printing, painting, burning and transfer; occassionaly the kitchen sink. His ability to pull from all materials goes beyond the physical properties or reference of his ‘tresearch’, as no iconography, cultural moment, or historical artefact is left unexploited. Gordon makes things by destroying things; he is just as unafraid to break down his idols as he is to worship them […]”

The exhibition is open until February 28, 2021.