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Adel Abdessemed solo exhibition at Rockbund Art Museum, Shangaï

Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce Adel Abdessemed’s upcoming solo exhibition in Rockbund Art Museum, Shangaï, from 22 April to 14 August, 2022. Adel Abdessemed probes the wounds of our present. His art, which spans the media of drawing, video, sculpture, poetry, sound, and installation, unfolds as a powerful experience of opposing materials, emotions, and concepts. Titled An Imperial Message after Franz Kafka’s short parable, the exhibition features 44 pieces of work by the artist, among which 12 are newly created. Collectively, the works on view carve out an introspective journey, inviting audience to reflect upon the violence pervading the contemporary world we inhabit and confront our own profound feelings, fears, and desires.   find out more here

Dvir gallery Paris – festive opening of the new space

Save The Date – April 7th 2022 We are delighted to announce the opening of Dvir Gallery Paris, April 7th, 13 Rue des Arquebusiers, 75003. Our new location, in the heart of the historical Marais District is a natural extension of the gallery’s activities and promotion of our artists. This third location will join the Tel Aviv and Brussels venues and will emphasize the special ties and connection the gallery has had, since its beginnings, with the French cultural milieu, collaborating with artists, artistic institutions as well as private collections. ‘Espèces d’espaces’ (Species of Spaces and Other Pieces) – our first exhibition, an homage to the writer Georges Perec will open on Thursday, April 7th. Participating artists: Adel Abdessemed, Miroslaw Balka, Marianne Berenhaut, Mircea Cantor, Simon Fujiwara, Douglas Gordon, Dor Guez, Yudith Levin, David Maljkovic, Gustav Metzger, Jonathan Monk, Florian Pumhösl, Ariel Schlesinger, Naama Tsabar We will be welcoming guests through 18:00 – 21:00. Gallery opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 12:00 – 19:00
Tel Aviv, Bruxelles et aujourd’hui Paris. La galerie Dvir est heureuse de vous annoncer l’ouverture de son nouvel espace à Paris, 13 Rue des Arquebusiers, 75003. Situé en plein cœur du Marais historique, ce lieu constitue la suite naturelle de notre engagement avec les artistes, le troisième dédié à la mise en valeur de leur travail. Cette troisième galerie dédiée à la mise en valeur de leur travail incarne les relations étroites que nous avons tissées avec le monde culturel français par notre implication dans de nombreux projets ainsi que par nos différentes collaborations avec les artistes, les collections particulières ou les institutions publiques et privées. La galerie ouvre ses portes le jeudi 7 avril 2022, 18:00 – 21:00, avec une exposition hommage à l’écrivain Georges Perec, « Espèces d’espaces ». L’espace de notre vie n’est ni continu, ni infini, ni homogène, ni isotrope (…). Le problème n’est pas d’inventer l’espace, encore moins de le réinventer (…), mais de l’interroger, ou, plus simplement encore, de le lire. Adel Abdessemed, Miroslaw Balka, Marianne Berenhaut, Mircea Cantor, Simon Fujiwara, Douglas Gordon, Dor Guez, Yudith Levin, David Maljkovic, Gustav Metzger, Jonathan Monk, Florian Pumhösl, Ariel Schlesinger, Naama Tsabar. Heures d’ouverture de la galerie: Mardi – Samedi : 12:00 – 19:00

Dor Guez solo show in Bogotá

Dvir Gallery is delighted to announce that Dor Guez’s first institutional exhibition in Latin America, “Catastrophe: Selected Works 2008–21”  is set to open on March 10, 2022 in MAMBO – Museum of Modern Art of Bogotá. The exhibition is also the most comprehensive show devoted to his work. Taking up three different floors of the Museum of Modern Art of Bogotá (MAMBO), the exhibition presents the artist’s work across a variety of mediums, including films, photographs, source materials, and texts. Curated by Eugenio Viola, “Catastrophe” features seminal projects like the video trilogy The Sick Man of Europe (2015–17), displayed for the first time together, and The Christian Palestinian Archive (2009–ongoing), as well as recent and other works that explore the artist’s family’s Jewish-Arab narrative. A symposium and video screenings are presented as part of the exhibition. The exhibition is open until August 28, 2022.

Simon Fujiwara, Thomas Hirschhorn and Dor Guez in the Israel Museum

Dvir Gallery is happy to announce that Simon Fujiwara, Thomas Hirschhorn and Dor Guez are featured in the Israel Museum’s new group show, How Long Is Now. New in Contemporary Art, from September 3, 2021 to June 15, 2022 in Jerusalem. The phantoms of the past – near or far, acknowledged or suppressed – hover over the contemporary artworks shown here, which have recently enriched the Museum’s collection. Set in a wide variety of political contexts and geographical locations, they reveal how history appears to seep through the cracks of the present, returning to haunt it and refusing to let go. By focusing our gaze on the here and now, the artists in the exhibition invite us to confront events from the past that still reverberate today. Some search for bygone times, uncovering layers of memory, while others attempt to capture and preserve that which is about to fade away. […] Curator: Orly Rabi | Concept and consulting curator: Mira Lapidot