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.
July 1–September 1, 2019
Karam Natour at La Maison
June 26–September 22, 2019
Mika Rottenberg: Easypieces
a survey exhibition of recent work by Mika Rottenberg, marking her first solo museum show in the United States and premiering a new film made specifically for the exhibition.
May 24–October 6, 2019
a solo exhibition of Rona Yefman consisting of framed photographic prints, silk screens, texts, video and audio works, live performances and site-specific installations, focusing on individual female protagonists that she has developed close relationships with and collaborated with over the past eighteen years.
February 16–November 1, 2019
The Collages Project
two architectural interventions by Assaf Evron, at Mies van der Rohe’s McCormick House at Elmhurst Art Museum in Elmhurst, IL and at Mies van der Rohe’s iconic high-rises at 900-910 Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, IL
May 5–November 24, 2019
Field Hospital X
Field Hospital X (FHX) is a mobile, international institution, established by Aya Ben Ron. The project is curated by Avi Lubin and produced by Miki Gov.
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.
September 11–November 16, 2019
From the seafoam and clouds to the here and now
a group exhibition that examines how contemporary artists from Tel Aviv use the form, myth, message and image of Tel Aviv’s Modernist structures as their subject.
September 15–November 15, 2019
Guy Goldstein at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
October 1–31, 2019
Syndrome of the Present
October 1–November 30, 2019
Roey Victoria Heifetz at Residency Unlimited
October 3–November 17, 2019
a multidimensional artistic action based on photography, design and performance, exploring ways that an object can become a carrier of an ideology - national or aesthetic.
October 10–November 5, 2019
Gil Yefman at Elsewhere
November 9–December 15, 2019
Radical Link: Return/Asylum
Michal Heiman’s project "Radical Link: Return/Asylum" envisions the political, cultural, gendered, and psychic conditions of asylum-seekers.
December 1, 2019–January 30, 2020
Michal Heiman at 18th Street Arts Center
May 17–August 4, 2019
For her first solo exhibition in Switzerland, Ella Littwitz presents a new installation alongside existing works about territories, borders, and identity.