Curatorial Practice

Paradise Inn (The Model) by Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Sala-manca

  On Paradise Inn Hotel (model) curated by Yaakov Israel, in the frame of “Autarkic Economy”, Hansen House, September-October 2017 Since its founding, Sala-Manca has wandered between places, stemming from the perception that the “center”, as the compasses manufacturer Arturo

/ No comments

Paradise Inn (The Model) by Itamar Mendes-Flohr and Sala-manca

  On Paradise Inn Hotel (model) curated by Yaakov Israel, in the frame of “Autarkic Economy”, Hansen House, September-October 2017 Since its founding, Sala-Manca has wandered between places, stemming from the perception that the “center”, as the compasses manufacturer Arturo

/ No comments

Absentee Landscapes | A project by Sala-Manca in collaboration with Nir Yahalom, Ktura Manor, Adi Kaplan and Shachar Carmel

In the winter of 2017, a group of artists (the SalaManca Group, Nir Yahalom, Ktura Manor and Max Epstein) began building an unauthorized but accurate replica of a painted wooden sukkah from Germany (dating to 1850), which is on display

/ Comments Off

Absentee Landscapes | A project by Sala-Manca in collaboration with Nir Yahalom, Ktura Manor, Adi Kaplan and Shachar Carmel

In the winter of 2017, a group of artists (the SalaManca Group, Nir Yahalom, Ktura Manor and Max Epstein) began building an unauthorized but accurate replica of a painted wooden sukkah from Germany (dating to 1850), which is on display

/ Comments Off

A PROPOSAL FOR THE ISRAEL PAVILION (SKETCH),BY NETA SHIRA (COHEN) ARBELI

Neta Shira (Cohen) Arbeli’s exhibition, A Proposal for the Israel Pavilion (Sketch), is presented in two of the basement spaces of the former leper hospital in Jerusalem. This is Arbeli’s first solo exhibition, who hitherto has created mainly site-specific works.

/ Comments Off

A PROPOSAL FOR THE ISRAEL PAVILION (SKETCH),BY NETA SHIRA (COHEN) ARBELI

Neta Shira (Cohen) Arbeli’s exhibition, A Proposal for the Israel Pavilion (Sketch), is presented in two of the basement spaces of the former leper hospital in Jerusalem. This is Arbeli’s first solo exhibition, who hitherto has created mainly site-specific works.

/ Comments Off

Familiar Strangers by Maya Shlefier

Familiar Stranger | Maya Shleifer Curators: Sala-Manca Mamuta Art and Research Center Opening hours: Tues.-Wed.: 10:00-14:00, Thurs: 15:00-19:00, Friday: 11:00-14:00 http://mamuta.org/?portfolio=familiar-stranger-by-maya-shleifer Passersby, people on the train, women who meet during walks, passengers on the bus – others and strangers are

/ Comments Off

Familiar Strangers by Maya Shlefier

Familiar Stranger | Maya Shleifer Curators: Sala-Manca Mamuta Art and Research Center Opening hours: Tues.-Wed.: 10:00-14:00, Thurs: 15:00-19:00, Friday: 11:00-14:00 http://mamuta.org/?portfolio=familiar-stranger-by-maya-shleifer Passersby, people on the train, women who meet during walks, passengers on the bus – others and strangers are

/ Comments Off

Broken Kayfabe – Keren Shavit in collaboration with Adi Omry

Opening: Tuesday July 12, 8pm Exhibition hours: Monday to Thursday 10:00-15:00 — For group and guided visits in other hours please contact us Curators: Sala-Manca North Carolina. Brooklyn. Dallas. Keren meets a family on the subway, she meets another family

/ Comments Off

Broken Kayfabe – Keren Shavit in collaboration with Adi Omry

Opening: Tuesday July 12, 8pm Exhibition hours: Monday to Thursday 10:00-15:00 — For group and guided visits in other hours please contact us Curators: Sala-Manca North Carolina. Brooklyn. Dallas. Keren meets a family on the subway, she meets another family

/ Comments Off

China, an exhibition by Reuven Zahavi, curated by Sala-manca

Reuven Zahavi’s exhibition “China” is named after traditionally decorated Chinese porcelain in common domestic use. Zahavi presents the Issawiyeh Tableware — a collection of disposable plastic plates which he uses as platters for his drawings. (The collection’s Hebrew name, Servis

/ Comments Off

China, an exhibition by Reuven Zahavi, curated by Sala-manca

Reuven Zahavi’s exhibition “China” is named after traditionally decorated Chinese porcelain in common domestic use. Zahavi presents the Issawiyeh Tableware — a collection of disposable plastic plates which he uses as platters for his drawings. (The collection’s Hebrew name, Servis

/ Comments Off

Paradise

Paradise Inn Paradise Inn, Talbiyeh, Jerusalem. A dream for only one person. Infinite stars and a real gate to paradise. Reserve your room at the former Lepers’ home. Jerusalem, where any piece of land can become your temporary dwelling. In

/ Comments Off

Paradise

Paradise Inn Paradise Inn, Talbiyeh, Jerusalem. A dream for only one person. Infinite stars and a real gate to paradise. Reserve your room at the former Lepers’ home. Jerusalem, where any piece of land can become your temporary dwelling. In

/ Comments Off

The Ethnographic Department, 2015

Mamuta at Hansen | Artists: Yeshaiau Raboinowitz, Itamar Mendes-Flohr, Sala-manca, Ktura Manor, Ester Bires, Amitai Arnon,  Nir Yaalom, Adi Kaplan, Shahar Carmel, Hanan Abu-Hussein, Samuel Rotman |  Curators: Sala-manca Opening Hours: Monday and Thursday 10-15, Wednesday 17-21 and Fridays 9-12

/ Comments Off

The Ethnographic Department, 2015

Mamuta at Hansen | Artists: Yeshaiau Raboinowitz, Itamar Mendes-Flohr, Sala-manca, Ktura Manor, Ester Bires, Amitai Arnon,  Nir Yaalom, Adi Kaplan, Shahar Carmel, Hanan Abu-Hussein, Samuel Rotman |  Curators: Sala-manca Opening Hours: Monday and Thursday 10-15, Wednesday 17-21 and Fridays 9-12

/ Comments Off

In his/her Voice | The Voice of the Word Performance Festival, 2014

Participating Artists: Adi Kaplan, Shachar Carmel, Tom Soloveichik, Alex Drool, Josef Sprinzak, Carmel Bar, Li Lorian, Adam Yodfat, Victoria Hanna, Noam Inbar, Shira Borer, Jerusalem Conservatory Chamber Orchestra with Conductor Michael Klinghoffer, Ilan Volkov, Zohar Shafir, Tomer Damsky, Eran Sachs,

/ Comments Off

In his/her Voice | The Voice of the Word Performance Festival, 2014

Participating Artists: Adi Kaplan, Shachar Carmel, Tom Soloveichik, Alex Drool, Josef Sprinzak, Carmel Bar, Li Lorian, Adam Yodfat, Victoria Hanna, Noam Inbar, Shira Borer, Jerusalem Conservatory Chamber Orchestra with Conductor Michael Klinghoffer, Ilan Volkov, Zohar Shafir, Tomer Damsky, Eran Sachs,

/ Comments Off

The Underground Academy, Open Studio, 2014

The Underground Academy – The Academy of the Contemporary Open Studio Exhibition in the frame of Manofim 2014 Artists: Chen Cohen,  Ktura Manor, Itamar Mendes-Flohr,  Sala-Manca, Yeshaiau Rabinowitz, Yoel Regev, Maytal Rotenberg, Ayelet Zohar In 1963 Portuguese poet João DelgadoIn

/ Comments Off

The Underground Academy, Open Studio, 2014

The Underground Academy – The Academy of the Contemporary Open Studio Exhibition in the frame of Manofim 2014 Artists: Chen Cohen,  Ktura Manor, Itamar Mendes-Flohr,  Sala-Manca, Yeshaiau Rabinowitz, Yoel Regev, Maytal Rotenberg, Ayelet Zohar In 1963 Portuguese poet João DelgadoIn

/ Comments Off

De la mèr(e) au désert by Chantal Akerman, 2014

AN EXHIBITION BY CHANTAL AKERMAN “For me, the whole piece is like throwing a stone into the river and then creating ripples and ripples and ripples and ripples…” (Chantal Akerman) Curators: Sharon Balaban, Sala-manca | Mamuta at Hansen .The installation

/ Comments Off

De la mèr(e) au désert by Chantal Akerman, 2014

AN EXHIBITION BY CHANTAL AKERMAN “For me, the whole piece is like throwing a stone into the river and then creating ripples and ripples and ripples and ripples…” (Chantal Akerman) Curators: Sharon Balaban, Sala-manca | Mamuta at Hansen .The installation

/ Comments Off

Borderline, 2013

Borderline – Two performance events in the frame of Rashamim (drawing biennale) and with the collaboration of Daat HaMakom Participating artists: adi kaplan and shahar carmel together with Dudu Carmel and invited musicians, shira legmann together with musica nova consort,

/ Comments Off

Borderline, 2013

Borderline – Two performance events in the frame of Rashamim (drawing biennale) and with the collaboration of Daat HaMakom Participating artists: adi kaplan and shahar carmel together with Dudu Carmel and invited musicians, shira legmann together with musica nova consort,

/ Comments Off

Living in a Film, 2014

Mamuta at Hansen | January-February 2013 Artists: Asya Lukin, Itamar Mendes-Flohr, Guy Yitzhaki, Hagar Goren, Hadassa Goldvitch, Zemer Sat, Yarden Erez, Einat Amir and Sala-Manca Curators: Sala-manca The project, which incorporates art, cinema and performance, will feature eight artists who were artists-in-residence

/ Comments Off

Living in a Film, 2014

Mamuta at Hansen | January-February 2013 Artists: Asya Lukin, Itamar Mendes-Flohr, Guy Yitzhaki, Hagar Goren, Hadassa Goldvitch, Zemer Sat, Yarden Erez, Einat Amir and Sala-Manca Curators: Sala-manca The project, which incorporates art, cinema and performance, will feature eight artists who were artists-in-residence

/ Comments Off

Autonomy & Anatomy of the Moving Image (conference), 2013

AUTONOMY & ANATOMY OF THE MOVING IMAGE: Video & Experimental Cinema in the Last Decade Celebrating 10 years of the Video Art and Experimental Cinema Awards at the Jerusalem Film Festival July 7-9 •  Jerusalem Cinematheque •  Free Entrance (except for

/ Comments Off

Autonomy & Anatomy of the Moving Image (conference), 2013

AUTONOMY & ANATOMY OF THE MOVING IMAGE: Video & Experimental Cinema in the Last Decade Celebrating 10 years of the Video Art and Experimental Cinema Awards at the Jerusalem Film Festival July 7-9 •  Jerusalem Cinematheque •  Free Entrance (except for

/ Comments Off

Haifa-Jerusalem-Tel Aviv, 2013

Haifa-Jerusalem-Tel Aviv, Haifa Museum, Curator: Ruti Direktor Mofc project: Sala-manca | Exhibited Show: “File Transfer Protocol”, Curators: Pil and Galia Kollectiv Mauas and Rotman devised the project The Storage Room, as part of The Museum of the Contemporary which they

/ Comments Off

Haifa-Jerusalem-Tel Aviv, 2013

Haifa-Jerusalem-Tel Aviv, Haifa Museum, Curator: Ruti Direktor Mofc project: Sala-manca | Exhibited Show: “File Transfer Protocol”, Curators: Pil and Galia Kollectiv Mauas and Rotman devised the project The Storage Room, as part of The Museum of the Contemporary which they

/ Comments Off

‏Too Much Talk about Space by Ayelet Lerman, 2012

‏Artists: Ayelet Lerman in collaboration with Zemer Sat, Guy Yitzhaki and Neta Cohen Curators: Sala-macna | Mamuta at Daniela Passal House, Ein Karem The project Too Much Talk aboutSpace, concluding 18 months of Ayelet Lerman‘s stay at Mamuta’s Studios is an

/ Comments Off

‏Too Much Talk about Space by Ayelet Lerman, 2012

‏Artists: Ayelet Lerman in collaboration with Zemer Sat, Guy Yitzhaki and Neta Cohen Curators: Sala-macna | Mamuta at Daniela Passal House, Ein Karem The project Too Much Talk aboutSpace, concluding 18 months of Ayelet Lerman‘s stay at Mamuta’s Studios is an

/ Comments Off

The Museum of the Contemporary, 2012

Aritsts: Sala-manca Invited Artists: Hadas Ophrat, Wanja Schaub. Invited Performance: Uri Katzenstein “If Mount Herzl is the mountain of remembrance or the mountain of Zionist historical consciousness, by way of the line stretching between Yad Vashem and Israel’s national cemetery,

/ Comments Off

The Museum of the Contemporary, 2012

Aritsts: Sala-manca Invited Artists: Hadas Ophrat, Wanja Schaub. Invited Performance: Uri Katzenstein “If Mount Herzl is the mountain of remembrance or the mountain of Zionist historical consciousness, by way of the line stretching between Yad Vashem and Israel’s national cemetery,

/ Comments Off

Line | Einat Amir and Guy Yizhaki, 2011

Mamuta at Daniela Passal House, Ein Karem Curators: sala-manca The living room is wall-papered with drawings. A projection onto the drawings creates a hybrid image. In the space between the projection and the drawing, strings diverge and converge, transforming into

/ Comments Off

Line | Einat Amir and Guy Yizhaki, 2011

Mamuta at Daniela Passal House, Ein Karem Curators: sala-manca The living room is wall-papered with drawings. A projection onto the drawings creates a hybrid image. In the space between the projection and the drawing, strings diverge and converge, transforming into

/ Comments Off

Reshimu | Tamar Shippony Solo show, 2011

Reshimu is Tamar Shippony’s first solo exhibit, the product of a year and a half of work as a resident artist in the spaces of Mamuta. The exhibit is comprised of sculptural and textual works, a telescope-like sculptural installation in

/ Comments Off

Reshimu | Tamar Shippony Solo show, 2011

Reshimu is Tamar Shippony’s first solo exhibit, the product of a year and a half of work as a resident artist in the spaces of Mamuta. The exhibit is comprised of sculptural and textual works, a telescope-like sculptural installation in

/ Comments Off