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Current Exhibitions

Micha Laury | Early Drawings 1966-1976

Micha Laury | Early Drawings 1966-1976

Micha Laury has been active as an artist for more than forty years, and his art was largely well-established by the late ’60s, particularly his works on paper.
His work examines the radical reduction of personal space, as can be seen in works in which the human figure is enclosed, blocked or coerced. Yet he is simultaneously an artist of expansion, a tireless researcher of the limits of the possible...
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Nettie Steijns-Bromberg | Landscapes

Nettie Steijns-Bromberg | Landscapes

Micha Laury has been active as an artist for more than forty years, and his art was largely well-established by the late ’60s, particularly his works on paper.
His work examines the radical reduction of personal space, as can be seen in works in which the human figure is enclosed, blocked or coerced. Yet he is simultaneously an artist of expansion, a tireless researcher of the limits of the possible...
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The Rough Law of Garden

The Rough Law of Gardens

The exhibition "The Rough Law of Garden" creates a dialogue between two excellent contemporary artists, Nachum Tevet and Olaf Holzapfel. The title relates to the idea that inspired the project:
The junk yard in the Kibbutz children houses – a continuous open space containing recycled materials where children learn to develop an independent personality while discovering their abilities and exercising their imagination...
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Contemporary Art from Germany

Contemporary Art from Germany

The exhibition at Um El Fahem and Ein Harod presents a tight and broad picture of contemporary art in Germany. It includes works by constitutive artists whose influence is central to this day, such as Joseph Beuys or the Bechers, artists who have become sources of inspiration in Israeli art, where overt and covert dialogue with their works has been significant since the ’60s. read more...
Opening: Saturday October 10, 2015; closing: 13 February 2016
Curators: Prof. Matthias Flügge and Prof. Matthias Winzen

Shmuel Bickels | Museum of Art, Ein Harod

Shmuel Bickels | Workshop

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Dudu Geva

Dudu Geva's Restored Workshop

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Judaica Collection

Judaica Collection

This story begins in 1938 in the “art corner” of the small wooden studio of the painter Chaim Atar (1902-1953), a member of Kibbutz Ein Harod (founded in 1921) and an energetic visionary of the first generation of kibbutz pioneers, who conceived the idea of the Museum of Art, Ein Harod...
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