The TLV Biennale of Crafts and Design 2023
What Is the Measure of Man? The second biennale
The Biennale presents an up-to-date picture of contemporary crafts and design in Israel, including ceramics, glass, jewelry making, textile and paper – in combination with one another. In addition to forging connections between these different fields, it engages with MUZA’s historical pavilions and archaeological and ethnographic treasures.
Yingge Ceramics Museum Taipei 2022
Crossing the Boundaries
Yingge Ceramics Museum with exhibition from Israel. Institution presents highlights from the Tel Aviv Biennale of Craft and Design. The show, named “Crossing the Boundaries,” features works in ceramics and metal, as well as audiovisual exhibits. For viewers looking for an intercultural exchange in these restricted times, New Taipei is the place to be. This international collaboration has brought unedited original work all the way from Tel Aviv’s art scene to New Taipei.
Beit Binyamini, Tel Aviv 2022
Identity materials Behind the scenes of the ceramic creation
This group exhibition seeks to provide a focused look at a group of creators in ceramic material and a peek behind the scenes of their work: into the work spaces, thinking patterns, habits, inspirations and influences and at the same time allows opening a window into the inner world of the creators and an intimate acquaintance with their language, work and identity.
Curators: Esther Beck and Yael Novak
MUSA, the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv | 2020-2021
The Tel Aviv Biennale of Crafts & Design
Group exhibition seeks to draw an up-to-date picture of the intersecting worlds of craft and design in Israel – with an emphasis on ceramics, glass, jewelry design, textile and paper. The Biennale, which extends throughout the museum’s various exhibition spaces, permanent displays and outdoor sites – presents the various fields intertwined for the first time in a large-scale exhibition. curatorship: Deputy Director, Chief Curator, Founder of the Biennale: Dr. Debby Hershman
Chief Curators: Henrietta Eliezer Brunner, Yuval Saar
Deputy Curators: Nir Harmat, Merav Rahat, Liora Rosin Read more >
Herzelia, Israel | 2020
The Doll - the World Within
Works by leading artists from Ukraine, Russia, USA, Austria, Italy, Latvia, as well as Israeli artists. – the world within “is to fill in the gaps and expose the Israeli audience to this genre.
from a toy to an art object, from dolls with spherical joints (BJD) and puppets to intricate doll sculptures. Curator of the exhibition: Elena Kunin.
photographer : Ifat Golan
Tel Aviv Illustration Week | 2020
The right to be forgotten
Designers from different fields give a new story to personal objects whose story has been forgotten and to objects that have lost their owners; Deals with questions between the need to remember and the right to be forgotten, objects that have found their way into Gil Panto’s private museum of nostalgia. Curator of the exhibition: Merav ofri vax and Michal shapira.
Tel Aviv Illustration Week | 2016
not for eating
Designers from different fields give a new story to personal objects whose story has been forgotten and to objects that have lost their owners; Deals with questions between the need to remember and the right to be forgotten, objects that have found their way into Gil Panto’s private museum of nostalgia. Curator of the exhibition: Sara jane and Daniel ventura.
Tel Aviv Illustration Week | Ehud Pecker House | 2019
Once, She Was
Group exhibition. A visual discussion about topics of gender and illustration of characters in children’s literature. Curator of the exhibition: Pazit keidar and Yamit B. Newman.
Tel aviv museum | 2018
Alice in the Land of Books
Group exhibition. Based on a diverse book collection of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The collection includes rare editions, such as the oldest book in the collection published in 1869, the first Hebrew translation published in 1924, and other special books from around the world. Alice doll from the private collection of Maayan Cohen Duwek. Curator of the exhibition: Sara raiman.