monochrome / group exhibition

opening: 24/05/2024   closing: 12/07/2024

Alexandra Zuckerman, Indanthrene Blue, 2024, soft pastel on paper 102 × 72 cm
Alexandra Zuckerman, Scarlet Red, 2024, soft pastel on paper 102 × 72 cm
Joshua Borkovsky, Dream Stones 25, Oil on wood, 40 × 40 cm
 Joshua Borkovsky, Echo and Narcissus (Dyptich), 2020 Distemper on gesso on wood 81.5 × 70 cm
Yitzhak Livneh, The Invention of Photography 8, 2012, Oil on canvas 100 × 100 cm
Yitzhak Livneh, Adonis, 2011,Oil on canvas, 100 × 90 cm
Mosh Kashi, Blue Spectrum #3, 2019 Oil on canvas 60 × 40 cm
Maayan Elyakim, Pineal Gland, 2010 archival inkjet print on cotton rag paper 180 × 120 cm
Maayan Elyakim, Untitled (Ha'levana), 2018 screen print, offset print, foil emboss and pencil on black paper in artist frame 47 × 35 cm
Maayan Elyakim, Untitled (Kiss), 2017 Archival Pigment Print 34 × 23 cm
Talia Keinan, Untitled (Moths), 2020 Mixed Media on paper 49 × 48.5 cm
Carlos Amorales, Bird Woman Family, 2010, Oil on wood 50 × 38 cm
Eti Jacobi Lelior, The Blue Bambi 2, 2023, Acrylic on canvas, 100×100 cm
Lea Avital, Eye, 2014, Mixed Media, 41 × 45 cm
Yonatan Zofy, Rock, 2023 Pin holes on paper 31 × 42 cm
Rachel Rabinovich, Untitled, 2022 Acrylic and gouache on paper 45 × 25 cm
Rachel Rabinovich, Erut Layla, 2022 oil and pencil on wood 60 × 52 cm

Carlos Amorales · Lea Avital · Joshua Borkovsky · Itzhak Livneh · Maayan Elyakim · Eti Jacobi Lelior

Mosh Kashi · Talia Keinan · Rachel Rabinovich · Yonatan Zofy · Alexandra Zuckerman

 

The painting presents the “outward appearance of the self-centered inner life” *

The monochromatic painting, reduced in colour, tending towards abstract minimalism is the symbol of material erasure and spirituality. it allows a deeper reflection and an inward observation.

For the exhibition, single coloured works in a variety of tonal shades were chosen. most of them are in lack of an image, or it may appear hidden or disguised.

Although each of the participating artists works in a different method, the reduction of means offers a quiet, focused uniformity, free of noise, converging into silence.


* “The Western System of the Arts”, P.O Kristeller • M. Barash
The Western System of the Arts, (D) p. 88