What's Opening: December 3rd


Exhibition: Do Not Feed The Animals

Details: The exhibition "Do Not Feed the Animals" introduces a new body of works by Israeli street artist Dede, familiar to audiences from the public sphere. In recent years, motifs that allow to easily trace his imprint keep surfacing in the artistโ€™s works: Band-Aids diversely used, little structures, sheds and buildings all integrate in his paintings, in the figures of animals made of wooden planks, ever on the run, searching or struggling. His large paintings are on display over walls in the public sphere, as well as in galleries, different art events and exhibition spaces in cultural hubs around the world, such as London, New York, Tel Aviv and Berlin.

The present exhibition is the culmination of a long work process, where Dede explored the constantly changing urban fabric. In his new works, he chose to dedicate a special place for the relationships at play between image and place, and between the Israeli art field and the urban environment that it inhabits.

Artist: Dede

Venue: Dan Gallery

Opening: December 3rd, 8 pm

 Dede at Dan Gallery

Dede at Dan Gallery

Exhibition: Hazit #2

Details: The โ€œhazitโ€ is action in display. Thoughts generated in the studios of 2nd year students of the Bezalel MFA Program, will be displayed to the street. 

This window display will function associatively, and change every month. The artists of Hazit #1 will not explicate their art works, hence the next group (hazit#2 etc.) of artists will need to react, change or update what was previously shown. This project will take place for an entire year, as different groups of artists build-up, alter and respond to their individual interpretation on the works formerly exhibited. 

Venue: Salame 60 

Opening: December 3rd, 8 pm

 Hazit #2 at Salame 60, Tel Aviv Pic: Mika Hazan Bloom

Hazit #2 at Salame 60, Tel Aviv
Pic: Mika Hazan Bloom

Exhibition: Style Wars II Screening and DVD Release

Details: The Israeli Premiere of Slovenian-Swiss artist duo 'Veli & Amos' graffiti documentary shot in Israel, New York, Zurich, Palestine, and Slovenia.
An allusive and highly entertaining film, "Style Wars 2" reflects upon subculture, lifestyle and the intermingling of politics and art.
Marked by pop-cultural iconography, the film is a multi-layered reference to the cult documentary Style Wars (1983), in which Tony Silver and Henry Chalfant zoomed into the New York breakdance and graffiti scenes of their time.
Screening in the presence of the directors.

Venue: Raw Art Gallery

Date: December 3rd, 9 pm

 Screening at Raw Art

Screening at Raw Art

Exhibition: A Fundraising Exhibition and Sale to save the "Shelter 209" Non-Profit Organization

Venue: "Bamat Meitzag", Central Bus Station, 4th floor

Opening: December 3rd, 7:30 pm

 Work by Killy Koren, artist and curator of the fundrasing event at Bamat Meitzag

Work by Killy Koren, artist and curator of the fundrasing event at Bamat Meitzag

Exhibition: Good Taste, group show

Venue: Hayarkon 19, Tel Aviv

Opening: December 3rd, 8 pm

 Ada Ovadia at Hayarkon 19

Ada Ovadia at Hayarkon 19

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