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Yaacov Kaufman - Stools | Exhibition Catalogue


Yaacov Kaufman - Stool

Curator: Galit Gaon

"Stools" exhibition is presenting about 450 objects created in Studio Yaacov Kaufman in the past eight years. The stools are presented as a complete and continuous course of action, resembling their own development process. At first glance they seem to be replicated mutations of a small piece of furniture - like the animation produced when flipping a flip book. A second, more focused look reveals a diverse, continuously developing, non-hierarchical system of examinations that has no beginning or end, edges or margins. And if they did not have to leave the studio, the stools would continue to fill the small space in Jaffa until it burst at the seams.

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ISBN: 978-965-7710-00-5
Published:       Israel, 2015
Languages: English, Hebrew
Size: 15.5x22.5 cm  
Pages: 316

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