Posts Tagged 'Shahar Carmel'

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

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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

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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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Mame Moderne at Tate Modern, 2010

MAME Moderne at No Soul For Sale, Tate Modern Highlights from our non-collection Curators: Sala-Manca Collective Mame Moderne (“Modern Mother” in Yiddish) is the name of the TATE Modern translated literaly and genderly to the Yiddish language (Tate means “Father”

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Mame Moderne at Tate Modern, 2010

MAME Moderne at No Soul For Sale, Tate Modern Highlights from our non-collection Curators: Sala-Manca Collective Mame Moderne (“Modern Mother” in Yiddish) is the name of the TATE Modern translated literaly and genderly to the Yiddish language (Tate means “Father”

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