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“Placed Someplace with Intent”

DVIR GALLERY, Tel Aviv

Lawrence Weiner, Placed Someplace with Intent, 2014.
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Keren Goldberg

The number of Tel Avivan galleries mounting consecutive group shows is a symptom of the Israeli art market’s gloomy state. While you might assume that Dvir’s latest group exhibition—its second in a row—is another driven by commercial imperatives, it does draw concrete formal and contextual ties between works by major... continue reading
View of “Lactose/Intolerance,” Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv, 2015.
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Keren Goldberg

Milk production in two very different countries is the departure point of British-Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara’s solo show. North Korea does not produce any fresh milk, while Israel’s milk yield per cow is one of the highest in the world. In concordance with these facts, Fujiwara collaborated with two kinds... continue reading
“Apparition”

SOMMER CONTEMPORARY ART, Tel Aviv

Elad Lassry, Collie (Deer), 2013.
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Daniel Horn

Apparitions, classified as celestial and flighty phenomena, spawn earthly suppositions from their beholder. And these thoughts can be utterly profane: Are Lassie and Bambi checking each other out, as Elad Lassry’s Collie (Deer) (2013) ensemble suggests? Wasn’t Bambi a minor? Wasn’t Lassie gay? What gender was Bambi supposed to be... continue reading

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