The exhibition Wild Rue at the Mamuta Art & Research Center presents new works by Avner Pinchover alongside a body of work he began working on in 2018. The starting point of the works lies in acts of violence that have aesthetic, poetic, and political power: Pinchover throws chairs at a drywall in an art gallery, throws stones in front of a transparent glass wall, throws cement on the historic wall of the Hansen House, or spits directly into the camera lens. A rock performance in the age of Covid-19.
Curators: Sala Manca
Mamuta Art Research Center
Cracked Time presents depictions of nature that express the tension in the soul. It is possible to delve into the depth of the human experience, and by means of deconstructing and reassembling it, new meaning and a new insight on reality can be discovered, shedding light on the existing contradictory forces, in an attempt to create something whole. The series of images expropriates the present moment from its temporal, flat essence, generating alienation toward our natural environment. Laden with layers of meaning, the images create an overwhelming psychedelic sense, similar to 1960s lights shows, inviting visitors to reach their very own internal conclusion.
Dassi Shalom Nemni, solo exhibition
Curator: Dr. Noa Lea Cohn
Exhibition opening – Sunday 26.6 20:00
Gallery opening hours:
Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday 19:00-22:00
Monday, Wednesday 10:00-14:00