Staring Back at the Sun
Staring Back at the Sun: Video Art from Israel, 1970-2012, traces the development of contemporary video practice in Israel and highlights work by artists who take an incisive, critical perspective towards the cultural and political landscape in Israel and beyond.
March 8–August 30, 2020
Sharon Ya’ari: The Romantic Trail and the Concrete House
is the artist’s first solo exhibition in Germany.
March 26–May 31, 2020
April 8–May 16, 2020
Epigenetics is Nira Pereg’s first solo exhibition in Istanbul.
April 15, 2020–April 15, 2030
is a new multi-channel video installation by Gilad Ratman that will be installed at The Jewish Museum in Berlin as part of their permanent exhibition.
July 17–October 3, 2020
New Barbizon: Back to Reality
is the New Barbizon collective’s first solo institutional show in Europe, presenting a new body of work developed during a prior residency at De Appel.
September 1–November 3, 2020
Keren Benbenisty’s first solo institutional exhibition in New York explores ways that historical projections, colonial manipulations, and orientalist imaginations imprint and modify territories.
September 8, 2020–January 10, 2021
Unboxing: Tali Keren
Unboxing: Tali Keren is Keren’s first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. and is part of MOCAD’s exhibition series dedicated to projects and ideas at the crossroads of technology, media, and contemporary art.
October 3, 2020–January 3, 2021
Contemporary Artist Project: Guy Goldstein
October 15, 2020–February 21, 2021
is inspired by Andy Warhol’s final publication America, a collection of photos and writing by Warhol during his travels across the United States, assembled over a ten-year timespan.
October 24, 2020–March 28, 2021
Zvi Goldstein: Winds of Jericho
is the artist’s first presentation in Scandinavia.
November 6–9, 2020
January 14–April 10, 2021
Revolutionary Cycles: After the Fall
is the culminating exhibition in The 8th Floor’s exhibition series Revolutionary Cycles, emphasizing how revolutionary gestures manifest in the contexts of art and life.
July 8–September 18, 2021
Maya Dunietz: Whales, Walls and Waves
Maya Dunietz: Whales, Walls and Waves is Dunietz’s first solo institutional exhibition in the U.S., presenting her audio-physical installations that respond to the interior spaces of the Bemis’s historic 1880’s warehouse building.
July 23, 2019–February 16, 2020
Chicago Works: Assaf Evron
In this exhibition, Evron traces how different forms of decorative design meander and meet as images across the world, accruing new cultural significance in each collision.
January 16–February 15, 2020
Choreographing the Public: Rolling Room
For her first solo exhibition in Switzerland at On Curating, Hilla Toony Navok will present a new installation, curated by Ronny Koren and Maya Bamberger.