To Lick Your Own Tongue: Ariel Reichman

16.07.2014 - 06.09.2014
Check out related event throughout the summer This summer, the CCA presents three solo projects by Deville Cohen, Luciana Kaplun, and Ariel Reichman. While each installation differs in scope and inspiration, they share a playful and imaginative approach. The title for Ariel Reichman’s site-specific installation is borrowed from Wolfgang Borchert’s short story, “The Rats...

To Lick Your Own Tongue: Luciana Kaplun

16.07.2014 - 06.09.2014
Check out related event throughout the summer This summer, the CCA presents three solo projects by Deville Cohen, Luciana Kaplun, and Ariel Reichman. While each installation differs in scope and inspiration, they share a playful and imaginative approach. For Gilda, Luciana Kaplun worked with Latin American foreign workers who clean Israeli homes and businesses...

To Lick Your Own Tongue: Deville Cohen

16.07.2014 - 06.09.2014
Check out related event throughout the summer This summer, the CCA presents three solo projects by Deville Cohen, Luciana Kaplun, and Ariel Reichman. While each installation differs in scope and inspiration, they share a playful and imaginative approach. To reach Deville Cohen’s Zero, viewers navigate through a dark labyrinth of paper screens and photocopies,...

Upcoming – Dror Daum: Scared to Die / Scared to Live

18.09.2014 - 04.12.2014
Opening Thursday, September 18, 8pm The Center for Contemporary Art presents two solo exhibitions by Dror Daum: Scared to Die and...

OFF 4: Hollywood and the Avant-Garde – Series of Experimental Films

11.09.2014
Curator: Chen Sheinberg Funded by the Ostrovsky Family Fund The tension and conflict between the cinematic medium’s artistic and commercial dimensions...

Close-Up: Rize by David Lachapelle

03.09.2014
Close-Up: Rize by David Lachapelle Wednesday, September 3, 7:30pm David Lachapelle’s 2005 cult-classic documentary exposed the world to krumping, a bold...

Christian Jankowski: Heavy Weight History Catalogue

A 336-page monograph on Christian Jankowski’s work, including essays by Ewa Gorzadek, Veit Loers, Jeni Fulton, Sergio Edelsztein, and Rein Wolfs.