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New Exhibition Opening

27-02-2019

Friday 01.03 at 11:00

Har Tsyion Kibbutz Galuyot


By Tsibi Geva and Itche Golombek
Curator: Abraham Kritzman

Gallery Talk

03-02-2019

Friday 08.02 at 12:00

Gallery Talk at the exhibition

Happy to Fall

By Gustavo Sagorsky
Curator: Abraham Kritzman

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Barbur Gallery is pleased to invite you to Gustavo Sagorsky’s solo exhibition Happy to Fall, which features a series of large-scale paintings on paper made over the past two years. While his practice is deeply rooted in photography, Sagorsky’s varied body of work encompasses sculpture and artist books.

The exhibition at Barbur Gallery showcases Sagorsky’s painting: large-scale works in long format and bold colors, that employ a mixed technique of pencil, ink, acrylic and oil. The paintings depict fragmentary moments, imaginative scenes containing figures in different conditions; fallen, overturned, bent, prostrate.

Segursky constructs his paintings with the logic of a doodle that slowly takes command of an entire surface. Prominent drawn elements disrupt this mode of scene-creation: they introduce a sense of chaos and commotion while simultaneously demarcating figurative elements and color-surfaces; they generate visual articulations which both construct and dismantle the balance of background and figures.

The aspect of destruction pervading Sagorsky’s painting expresses a release from the framed, often measured nature of photography. Some of the forms invoked bear likeness to ones present in the artist’s photography, but on paper find themselves endangered, obeying a system with radically different hierarchies and rules. They are transposed to spaces of danger: overturned, absorbed, melted and trampled – in order to disrupt the order in which Sagorsky usually works—and by doing so surprise him, too.

New Exhibition Opening

19-01-2019

Friday 25.01 at 12:00

Happy to Fall

By Gustavo Sagorsky
Curator: Abraham Kritzman

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New Exhibition Opening

30-12-2018

Thursday 03.01 at 20:00

One Night I Dreamt About You And Since All I Want Is To Sleep

By Yasmin Caspin
Curator: Abraham Kritzman

The exhibition is a part of a project “Half Moon”: 2 solo exhibitions for young artists (up to two years since the graduation)

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A Night of AudioVisual Free-Improv Performance

23-12-2018

Saturday 29.12 at 20:00

Oooh Jerusalem

A Night of AudioVisual Free-Improv Performance

Oooh Festival is an International Gathering of Free Improvisation & Spontaneous Art Performances and it is coming for one night only to Jerusalem.

The main festival takes place every summer in Ragusa Ibla, Sicilia and during the year in Berlin, London, Tel Aviv and Moscow

Lorena Izquierdo Aparicio – Poetry, Objects Performance (Spain)
Walburga Walde – Voice (Germany)
Hagai Izenberg – Electronics (Israel)
Shelly Bisirri – Trombone (Italy)
Katia Vonna Beltran – Live Video-Art (France)
Jérôme Blanchi / D.j.a.y – Live Video Mix (France)
Aziz Lewandowski – Cello (Germany)
Illi Adato Sound Art – ElectroAcoustic Rig (UK)
Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari – Winds and Strings (Germany / Israel)
Roni Brenner – Prepared E.Guitar (Germany / Israel)

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Gallery Talk

23-12-2018

Friday 28.12 at 12:00

Gallery Talk at the exhibition

Death of a Guard: Dolphin

By Or Ariely
Curator: Abraham Kritzman

The exhibition is a part of a project “Half Moon”: 2 solo exhibitions for young artists (up to two years since the graduation)

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New Exhibition Opening

10-12-2018

Thursday 13.12 at 20:00

Death of a Guard: Dolphin

By Or Ariely
Curator: Abraham Kritzman

The exhibition is a part of a project “Half Moon”: 2 solo exhibitions for young artists (up to two years since the graduation)

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On a Clear Day – Closing Event

10-12-2018

Friday 07.12 at 11:00

Performance by Ronnie Heller and afterwards the gallery talk with the artists

On a Clear Day

By Adi Weizmann, Noa Tavori and Dorit Figovich Goddard
Curator: Abraham Kritzman

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