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9.12.08
3 New Online Exhibitions

19.11.08
"Lost & Found" Exhibition
New Exhibition at The New Gallery - Opening 27.11.08

“The object – that is what we mourn; it shows us our own death, but symbolically, we overcome death by possession of the object.” So wrote Jean Baudrillard.

We live in a time of single-use objects. The implication is that by constantly renewing the objects surrounding us, we forget death. Or simply – we forget. Virtually the sole escape from this state of affairs is to transform the object into an art-work, i.e. something special, unique, eternal....

25.8.08
"Edges" Exhibition
New Exhibition at The New Gallery - Opening 11.9.08

The edges have always been there, beyond the horizon, awaiting our arrival, eager to show us their secretsג€¦
And we respond, crossing borders to discover, out of curiosity, out of the compulsion of temptation, like a subversive reconnaissance unit (avangarde) setting out ahead of the column for a continual monitoring of the seismograph at the edges.
And what lies there beyond the edges? Terror, beauty, a different reality, super reality, uncertainty...

31.3.08
"Jerusalem_Ghost" Exhibition
New Exhibition at The New Gallery - Opening 17.7.08

Everyone knows that Jerusalem is a unique city. It's charged nature - historical, religious, political - is evident not merely in the dramatic urban landscape - mosques, steeples and walls - but above all, in its human vistas. The spirits who haunt every alleyway and hilltop also insinuate themselves into the souls of its inhabitants. It is virtually a matter of scientific fact that the population of Jerusalem comprises a high...

31.3.08
"Nocturnal Stillness" Exhibition
New Exhibition at The New Gallery - Opening 3.4.08

For the third time the cooperative efforts of Reuven Zahavi and Ariane Littman-Cohen have produced a series of photographs and digital video art which is political but not one-dimensional, abstract yet focused, loaded with local context and still equally universal.

Littman-Cohen achieves these results when she takes her camera out for a series of night photographs.  The limited lighting creates a feeling of mystery and enigma, which is further sharpened by...

1.2.08
"Goyim" Exhibition
New Exhibition at The New Gallery - Opening 7.2.08

“Goy” is a cultural/biological term defining - within the semantic field of Jewish culture - the figure of the alien and the presence of a certain set of genes. Similar terms serve as a back door that admits into the culture ideologies that do not relate to a person as a phenomenal informative entity, but rather, as a “child of nature” i.e. a faceless representative of a biological strain/ herd/ tribe. One characteristic of these ideologies is their adoption of the antagonism between “one of ours” and “the stranger"...

6.9.07
"The Alchemists" Exhibition
New Exhibition at The New Gallery - Opening 8.11.07

The term “alchemy”, also known as “the dark art”, suggests mystery and secrets of antiquity. Alchemy is a study of matter and spirit. Its origins lie in experiments with materials performed in numerous ancient civilizations such as Egypt, China, the Islamic lands and Europe. Likewise, the Jewish Kabala relates in depth to this domain.
The principal objective the alchemists pursued was to find a way of transforming common metals into their noble...

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