October 4, 2017
Between Beauty, Memory and Form, 2017

Asylum alumni, Keren Anavy & Tal Frank presented their collaborative exhibition, "Between Beauty, Memory and Form, 2017", at Feria Universitaria del Libro, Autonomous University of Hidalgo State in Mexico this past August. This project is under development for a much larger exhibition to be held in ...

September 18, 2017
Dreams and Dramas by Samantha Adler

Samantha Adler is the assistant curator for the largest exhibition of Israeli contemporary art ever presented in the Baltic States, Dreams and Dramas, opening Oct. 6 in Riga, Latvia. Curated by Roy Brand, it will also feature work from Asylum Alumni Eitan Ben Moshe, Erez Israeli and Sagit Mezamer.

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September 18, 2017
Asylum Trip to Israel

Asylum Director, Rebecca Guber, visits our artists' studios, exhibitions, and performances in a jam-packed trip around Israel.

What a whirlwind trip to Israel, it is still swirling around in my head. I had a great studio visit with Liat Livni, visited exhibitions of Yael Meiry, Alexandra Zuckerman...

September 1, 2017
Crime Scenes in Europe by Hadas Tapouchi

Hadas Tapouchi describes the work of her powerful exhibition: Sites & Memories at IG Bildende Kunst in Vienna, Austria. Asylum Arts proudly helped support this project through the Small Grants program.

Opening: September 5, 2017 at 7pm
Duration of the exhibition: September 6 - October 27, 2017

 

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August 21, 2017
Sweet Water Canal by Hili Greenfeld

We asked Hili Greenfeld to write her personal perspective on her new project, Sweet Water Canal, which is being presented at Art Cube Artists' studios in Jerusalem. We had a great honor supporting this project and watching it materialize into a unique experience.

The starting point of this project ...


Between Beauty, Memory and Form, 2017

Dreams and Dramas by Samantha Adler

Crime Scenes in Europe by Hadas Tapouchi