UPCOMMING
A Matter of Life and Death
Zivia Kay
November 2017
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In the Palm of the Hand
Michael Druks
May 2017
This exhibit portrays Michael Druks’s characteristic perception of reality from a distant point of view. With systematic intuition, Druks develops the ideas that concern him into works of art that embody his sense of humor and pessimism alike. Druks expresses his position by relating to the time dimension, rendering the future contingent on a sober view of the present, while specifying the price exacted by the past.
 
   
from Shivta to Lifta
Elger Esser
November 2016
"...Esser wandered through local landscapes following an inner logic he set for himself. The field work was performed via pensive meandering among sites. Esser's freed presence in the process may be likened to a child assessing options of play in a new playground..."
 
   
The Suprematic Bible
Pavel Pepperstein
June 2016
Pavel Pepperstein paints canonical stories from the Bible in The Suprematic Bible, his second project and exhibition with Loushy Art & Projects.
 
   
Thinking Path
Gilad Efrat
March 2016
In the collaboration with Loushy Art & Projects, Gilad Efrat conceived a series of works entitled "Thinking Path", employing his unique personal language in a new manner.
 
   
White Hum
Volker Hueller
June 2015
In his solo exhibition "White Hum," New York- and Berlin-based artist, Volker H?ller, presents a project conceived in collaboration with Loushy Art & Projects. The works combine different doses of materials previously used separately to refine the format and concept. They are installed in the space as a cyclic sequence of abstract intervals, much like the phenomenon of white light which contains all wavelengths of the visible spectrum. The sequence is a humming, a noise whose volume consists of a multiplicity of sounds.
 
   
Breakwater
Michael Sailstorfer
November 2014
Berlin-based artist Michael Sailstorfer presents a project conceived in collaboration with Loushy Art & Projects in a solo exhibition, "Breakwater." Moderately introducing notions that flooded him following a research visit to Israel, he translates them into images, from which he constructs powerful yet nonviolent sentences. These formulate a humanistic world view which returns the responsibility for reality to the individual.
 
   
House Tables
Nahum Tevet
June 2014
Chairs, boats, books, and tables in varying dimensions and scales, ranging from the ordinary to the miniature, are revealed in "scenes" which change with the viewer's movement, disrupting the perception of space, measure, and distance.
 
   
View. Material. Thought.
Michael Druks
June 2013
In a recent interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Druks attested to his intricate thought—an ultra-Jewish, indirect thinking...
 
   
Bin There
Max Frisinger
November 2012
The secret of Frisinger's appeal lies in the fact that he leads his life as a work of art. His practice does not amount to studio work or fantasy. He lives as one of his artworks: entirely exposed, externalizing content, not "kicking away"; neither compressing, not throwing, he preserves, mends, observes, and renews—use as well as viewing.
 
   
The Berlinians + One
Laura Bruce, MK Kaehne, Michal Levy, Cornelia Renz, Sophia Schama
April 2008
Exposure of new projects - 5 projects in procces with artists from Berlin + One - a video work from Tel Aviv.
 
   
Last Skies
Michail Grobman
November 2007
Michail Grobman formulated Magical Symbolism in Moscow, in September 1967, for the first time encapsulating his artistic approach, which had begun to crystallize in 1959. Perceiving it as "a system of (visual) signs decipherable through spiritual introspection
Catalogue Available
 
   
Low Landscape Low Reality
Igael Shemtov
November 2004
The photographs shed light on a process that unfolds over the course of years, fusing time periods, layers and perspectives in a journey of observation. Exploring the place, the environment, and the landscape resembles a high tide of changes taking place before dusk and sunset.
Catalogue Sold Out
 
   
Gewalt
Reza Aramesh, Diann Bauer, Amanda Beech, Aya Ben Ron, Candice Breitz, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Nigel Cooke, David Falconer, Gunther Herbst
February 2004
Gewalt is a German word that carries this double sense of violence: on the one hand, it means a ruling power – the government, the state, the authorities, the laws – while it is, on the other hand, the word for an erratic and overwhelming violence and force.
Catalogue Available
 
 
 
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