“Winds of Jericho” is Zvi Goldstein’s first presentation in Scandinavia. Works from the latest decades are shown together with a new, monumental installation presented here for the first time. The show reflects on Goldstein’s unique artistic method, which incorporates a variety of topics and perspectives, including climate, botany, ethnography, and eschatology. Originally from Transylvania, Goldstein moved to Italy and played an active role in the Conceptual art scene in Europe in the 1970s. In 1978, he left Italy for Jerusalem, where he has developed a multifaceted artistic practice that examines contemporary art practice in non-Western contexts. Curated by Iris Müller-Westermann, an exhibition catalog will also be published in conjunction with the exhibition.