Alessi - In-Possible Curator: Francesca Appiani
An original exhibition showing more than fifty objects from the Alessi Museum Collection that never made it to the production line. Designs by some of the world's foremost designers and architects, including: Philippe Starck, Zaha Hadid, Patricia Urquiola, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, and Ettore Sottsass.For more information >>
Yaacov Kaufman - StoolsCurator: Galit Gaon
One of the foremost designers in Israel, will be showing in the Upper Gallery more than 300 objects created in Studio Yaacov Kaufman over the past two decades. Kaufman offers viewers unedited access to the design process, a kind of automatic writing of three-dimensional objects, and conscious avoidance of choice, selection, or reduction.
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From Mold to Fragment / Studio Kahn From the Museum Collection This display describes a full and complete development process of three familiar objects over the past five years: a salt shaker, a chain, and a fruit bowl.
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During Design Week Holon, The Israeli Cartoon Museum in Holon will be presenting:
Red Lines, Election Frenzy, and Cartoon Fever
The exhibition is comprising a collection of daily and weekly newspapers published in Israel since the dissolution of the Knesset in December up to the elections. Viewers are invited to review the short, frenzied history of recent months, and examine the place of cartoons in the present day.
Yaniv Shimony, A Profile of His IllustrationsCurator: Michal Paz-Klapp with Kinneret Publishing House
The exhibition accompanies the artist on the various stages of shaping a variety of characters, from sketching and building a concept to three-dimensional productions in the real world. The exhibition examines the visual and content challenges posed by textual characteristics, reveals sources of inspiration, and presents artistic dialogues with different works.
Shmuel Katz Draws: Shmuel Katz Drawing Art.Curators: Naomi Katz and Asaf Gamzo
In this exhibition, which includes two series that have never been presented to the general public, we witness the development of Shmuel Katz as an artist possessing a comprehensive and inclusive worldview who drew no distinction between schools of thought, disciplines, historical periods, and cultural importance in his search for sources of inspiration.
An exhibition of works by 2015 Golden Pencil Award-winning cartoonist Joshua "Jacky" Jackson.
Jacky won the award for his work over the years to promote and advance cartoon and caricature in Israel, and for his achievements as an artist and editor. His most famous work is of course the weekly drawing for children: with his confident lines, using only black and white, Jacky and his weekly drawing became a ritual that included searching, tension, and oftentimes reference to current affairs belonging to the "adult world".
Composition for Two Floors and a Corridor by Amnon Wolman
Wolman, a professor of music and composer of experimental music who has been active since the early 1980s, has created a composition that incorporates parts of previous sound works alongside new series he created for the exhibition.