Posts Tagged 'Diego Rotman'

The Stage as a Temporary Home, Review by Michal Zamir

A new review of Diego Rotman’s book on Dzigan and Shumacher, The Stage as a Temporary Home, by Michal Zamir, Haaretz, 19.7.2018 https://www.haaretz.co.il/…/.premium-REVIEW-1.6290204

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The Stage as a Temporary Home, Review by Michal Zamir

A new review of Diego Rotman’s book on Dzigan and Shumacher, The Stage as a Temporary Home, by Michal Zamir, Haaretz, 19.7.2018 https://www.haaretz.co.il/…/.premium-REVIEW-1.6290204

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On the architecture of the ephemeral: The Eternal Sukkah of the Jahalin tribe, by Diego Rotman

Leading up to the 2014 festival of Sukkot, the Sala-Manca Artists’ Group, directors of the Mamuta Art and Media Centre at Hansen House, decided to create a public sukkah on the Hansen grounds as a temporary dwelling for its activities

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On the architecture of the ephemeral: The Eternal Sukkah of the Jahalin tribe, by Diego Rotman

Leading up to the 2014 festival of Sukkot, the Sala-Manca Artists’ Group, directors of the Mamuta Art and Media Centre at Hansen House, decided to create a public sukkah on the Hansen grounds as a temporary dwelling for its activities

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The Imaginary Republic (Part 2)

22/09/2016 – 16/10/2016 Sat–sun kl. 12:00–17:00  Vernissage: 22/09 kl. 19:00 – 23:00 OPENING: The Imaginary Republic (Part 2) HÉLÈNE FRICHOT MARYSIA LEWANDOWSKA DIEGO ROTMAN (Sala-Manca Group) LISE SKOU September 22nd – October 16th Welcome to the opening of the second part of

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The Imaginary Republic (Part 2)

22/09/2016 – 16/10/2016 Sat–sun kl. 12:00–17:00  Vernissage: 22/09 kl. 19:00 – 23:00 OPENING: The Imaginary Republic (Part 2) HÉLÈNE FRICHOT MARYSIA LEWANDOWSKA DIEGO ROTMAN (Sala-Manca Group) LISE SKOU September 22nd – October 16th Welcome to the opening of the second part of

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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

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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

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On the Architecture of the Ephemeral: The Eternal Sukkah of the Jahalin Tribe, Oxford

27.1.2015 | On the Architecture of the Ephemeral: The Eternal Sukkah of the Jahalin Tribe, Oxford, Diego Rotman, Oxford University in the frame of: The Art of Cultural Translation Conference

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On the Architecture of the Ephemeral: The Eternal Sukkah of the Jahalin Tribe, Oxford

27.1.2015 | On the Architecture of the Ephemeral: The Eternal Sukkah of the Jahalin Tribe, Oxford, Diego Rotman, Oxford University in the frame of: The Art of Cultural Translation Conference

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*Heara – Independent Art in Jerusalem at the Beginning of the 21st Century, 2014

Ronen Eidelman, Lea Mauas, Diego Rotman (eds.), *Heara – Independent Art in Jerusalem at the Beginning of the 21st Century, 2014, Jerusalem: Hearat Shulaym, 2014 [English and Hebrew | Book, 352 p.] *Heara is a collection of testimonies, reflections, interpretations and documentations of Heara events,

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*Heara – Independent Art in Jerusalem at the Beginning of the 21st Century, 2014

Ronen Eidelman, Lea Mauas, Diego Rotman (eds.), *Heara – Independent Art in Jerusalem at the Beginning of the 21st Century, 2014, Jerusalem: Hearat Shulaym, 2014 [English and Hebrew | Book, 352 p.] *Heara is a collection of testimonies, reflections, interpretations and documentations of Heara events,

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