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Barbur B&B 2020 – August Residency Program – the Third Day – Avraham Harush

06-08-2020

Avraham Harush:
״בסטודיו שלי בתל אביב ישנם כרגע מאתיים עשרים וחמישה בלוקים שאיתם אני עובד. בשהות שלי בגלריית ברבור הבאתי מספר בלוקים מהסטודיו. פירקתי אותם והרכבתי אותם מחדש למבנה. חשבתי על ההיסטוריה של שכונת ממילא, אותה אני מכיר, על מעברי האוכלוסיה והפירוק המתמיד שקרה בה״.

Barbur Gallery is open in a new place!

03-08-2020

Sunday 02/08/2020

4 month after the eviction from the old space in Nachlaot Barbur Gallery is open for public in a new and beautiful place – Shlomo the king 9, Jerusalem

We start with the annual residency program Barbur B&B


Gallery Talk

28-01-2020

Friday 31/01 12:00

Gallery Talk in the exhibition Dynamo

The 7th Biennale for Drawing in Israel

Traces VII – Action Line

The exhibition presents works by artists: Ron Asulin, Netaly Aylon, David Benarroch, Michal Gilboa David, Nir Harel, Shirel Kadambari Horovitz, Liav Mizrahi, Matan Oren, Netally Schlosser, Noa Schwartz, Tamar Sheaffer and Noga Yudkovik-Etzioni
Curator: Abraham Kritzman

New Exhibition Opening: Dynamo

20-11-2019

Saturday 23/11/2019 19:30

Dynamo

The 7th Biennale for Drawing in Israel

Traces VII – Action Line

The exhibition presents works by artists: Ron Asulin, Netaly Aylon, David Benarroch, Michal Gilboa David, Nir Harel, Shirel Kadambari Horovitz, Liav Mizrahi, Matan Oren, Netally Schlosser, Noa Schwartz, Tamar Sheaffer and Noga Yudkovik-Etzioni
Curator: Abraham Kritzman

New Exhibition Opening: Thick

15-10-2019

Friday 18/10/2019 12:00

Thick

Michal Rappaport, Lars Sergel, Mina Reingold, Masha Zusman, Vasili Parshin, David Raphael Lockard, Tama Ovadia, Reut Yeshayahu, Abraham Kritzman, Denis Mashkevich and Hadas Amster

We are pleased to invite you to the group exhibition by the members of Barbur Gallery.
The exhibition incorporates sculpture, photography, video, drawing, sound, performance and painting.

We chose ‘Thick’ as the show’s title as it suggests a variety of ways in which we experience our surroundings today. We work in diverse fields, and of course experience circumstances around us in a variety of ways, as individuals and together. But in the gallery and outside of it, we share a sense of operating in a ‘thick’ common space. This general statement extends to different strata: thick as a situation that entails density; as a texture characterized by resistance to movement; a difficulty to comprehend or to get out of, a clouding of the possibility to see clearly.