Posts Tagged 'Hadas Ophrat'

*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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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,

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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,

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The Museum of the Contemporary, 2012

Sala-manca, The Museum of the Contemporary – Catalogue, 2012 | Design: Anat Vaknin  

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The Museum of the Contemporary, 2012

Sala-manca, The Museum of the Contemporary – Catalogue, 2012 | Design: Anat Vaknin  

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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,

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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,

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What’s Hidden Behind the Pastoral?, 2009

What’s Hidden Behind the Pastoral? is an art project in which more than thirty artists present installations, performances, tours, and shows dealing with the past, present, and future of Ein Karem. The project explores the history of the village from

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What’s Hidden Behind the Pastoral?, 2009

What’s Hidden Behind the Pastoral? is an art project in which more than thirty artists present installations, performances, tours, and shows dealing with the past, present, and future of Ein Karem. The project explores the history of the village from

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Note in the Margin | Hadas Ophrat Catalogue (2006)

Note in the Margin (a text for Hadas Ophrat catalogue, 2006) * HO walks on a thin wire. Red (the clothing, the moment). An underground prisoner sings a traveling song one moment before his hanging, an echo of yesterday’s underground

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Note in the Margin | Hadas Ophrat Catalogue (2006)

Note in the Margin (a text for Hadas Ophrat catalogue, 2006) * HO walks on a thin wire. Red (the clothing, the moment). An underground prisoner sings a traveling song one moment before his hanging, an echo of yesterday’s underground

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Ephemeral Works, 2002

Hazira, Jerusalem, 2002. Curator: Hadas Ophrat Modern Lovers Exhibition, Three Colts Gallery – London | Curators: Pil and Galia Kollectiv In the installation were exposed 80 works made of fax paper (thermal paper), which nature will lead them to disappear.

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Ephemeral Works, 2002

Hazira, Jerusalem, 2002. Curator: Hadas Ophrat Modern Lovers Exhibition, Three Colts Gallery – London | Curators: Pil and Galia Kollectiv In the installation were exposed 80 works made of fax paper (thermal paper), which nature will lead them to disappear.

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Concret Responses I, II (2002, 2003)

Produced for the Voice of the Word performance festival, Hazira, 2002-2003. | Curator: Hadas Ophrat Modern Lovers Exhibition, Three Colts Gallery – London | Curators: Pil and Galia Kollectiv Video Bardo Performance Festival – Buenos Aires, Bamat Meizag – Tel Aviv,

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Concret Responses I, II (2002, 2003)

Produced for the Voice of the Word performance festival, Hazira, 2002-2003. | Curator: Hadas Ophrat Modern Lovers Exhibition, Three Colts Gallery – London | Curators: Pil and Galia Kollectiv Video Bardo Performance Festival – Buenos Aires, Bamat Meizag – Tel Aviv,

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