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COLLECTING DUST in Contemporary Israeli Art

Tamar Manor-Friedman  
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Dust has penetrated the work of Israeli artists as material, image, and metaphor. Examining its elusive nature, fifteen artists working today in a wide range of media contemplate the transience of time and processes of creation and erosion. Their veiled gaze shifts from intimate surroundings to vast expanses of local landscape. This small, beautifully designed exhibition catalogue features an essay by guest curator Tamar Manor-Friedman placing the artworks in the context of international artistic discourse, and brief texts accompanied by high-quality reproductions highlighting a large number of the works. Participating artists include Ilit Azoulay, Gilad Efrat, Assaf Evron, Irit Hemmo, Gaston Zvi Ickowicz, Dana Levy, Micha Ullman, Gal Weinstein, and Sharon Ya’ari.

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