Moran Kliger - Untitled In the 2017 Jerusalem Biennale, the exhibition What is Up What is Down examines man’s fascination with the relationship (or division) between Heaven and Earth. Curated by Gabi Yair and Bitya Rosenak, the artwork is a commentary on how man finds his place in this complex subject. There is sharp division,
The Jerusalem Biennale has presented a variety of Jewish voices in the arts since 2013. This year, the theme of “Watershed” was explored in spiritual searching, masculine Jewish identity, the relationship between church and state, and heaven and earth, among many others. The image of the watershed, geological bodies of water that converge and separate
L'emprissonement Alfred Manessier: Composer in Colors is a part of the current roster of travelling exhibitions from Bowden Collections. The collection includes twenty of Manessier’s lithographs, all of which give the impression that he really was a composer. The French artist’s work was labeled Lyrical Abstraction (Abstraction Lyrique) in the Post World War II art
In “A Cloud Took Him Out of Their Sight” shades of blue create a form that is rising. It is like a totem of light scattering the dark. The figure is soft, and its surroundings are jagged as the light is pulling him away from some deep blue place. The effect takes the viewer between—near
Refraction Phil Irish has continually explored spirituality and the human relationship with natural spaces since 2004. Mixed media, oil paint on panels, and digital elements in each of his exhibitions evolved into Trashing Mountains in 2014. This ongoing project conveys the immense presence of nature, as well as the weight and depth of its modification.
Made New Artist Brittany with her artwork The Made New Arts Initiative held it's first gallery show at Gallery Protocol in Gainesville Florida on June 9th. All of the work was created by you in the Ignite Refuge shelter, as well as young men in the Alachua County Juvenile Detention. Hilary White, fine artist, founder, and
In the Gatehouse Gallery on the St. Aloyseus Catholic School grounds, Sr. Helen David Brancato paints and displays her work. Almost no space is left free, and she has many more pieces to add to the rotation. On this Saturday afternoon, she was painting Biblical figures Ruth and Naomi. The piece that is nearly half-way
Christ in the Wilderness (2011) The man struggles to rise to his feet. Dark jackals are hunting him and a serpent is poised to strike at his heel. He is ruddy, eyes downcast, and nude. In the swirl of a bright, geometric cloud, pained, compassionate faces offer a had to lift him up. In