|Address:||Museum of Art, Ein Harod 18965 Israel|
The “Soulscapes: Works in Textile” exhibition presents works created by members of Kishorit* during the past five years.
Working with textiles opens a channel of expression for members for whom creativity is an important part of their lives. Many of the members of Kishorit have to cope with difficulties of various kinds, but their emotional, intuitive area is developed, and finds fascinating ways of action. read more...
January 15th March 15th, 2015
The emphasis in the “Dudu Geva, Ten Years” exhibition is on Dudu Geva’s art, and highlights his self-portraits, paintings, and works he created in literary and journalistic collaborations. The selection opens a window onto his extensive oeuvre, which is always original, human, funny and poetic, and confronts the misfortunes it deals with in a virtuoso yet direct and simple, heart-rending way. read more...
Curator: Galia Bar Or
17 January 2015 – 17 March 2015
Hannah Dayan creates sculptures in a material that few have made use of in art – wire mesh, a material used in building construction.
Since the early ’90s she has been creating portraits of young and older men and women, mostly of kibbutz members who together with her husband... read more...
Curator: Galia Bar Or
Opening: October 27, 2014, Closing March 15, 2015
Haim Maor's Good Jew exhibition is a group show of Haim Maor and the anonymous artists of the Judaica collection in Ein Harod. Maor's work is set in physical juxtaposition with the objects and artifacts of the collection and engages them in a kind of dialogue. Maor reflects upon identity, otherness and memory using his own family's holocaust history as a springboard for discussion.
Curator: Dvora Liss
Opening: Friday, 19 January, 2014 at 11:30 read more...
More information about this exhibition soon.
Saturday 16 February at 11:00
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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...