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Alfred Institute for Art & Culture


Alfred Cooperative Institute for Art & Culture is an alternative art space – home to an active and vibrant artist community aimed at introducing contemporary Israeli art and its young creators to art lovers in the local community. The Alfred Institute is the successor of 'Alfred Gallery', a pioneer in the sphere of cooperative artistic ventures, who's work became a model for numerous cooperative art galleries in Israel. After 8 years of successful work in south Tel-Aviv, Alfred Institute was established in 2013, as a space devoted entirely to promoting and supporting young Israeli art. 

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Alfred Institute for Art & Culture


Alfred Cooperative Institute for Art & Culture is an alternative art space – home to an active and vibrant artist community aimed at introducing contemporary Israeli art and its young creators to art lovers in the local community. The Alfred Institute is the successor of 'Alfred Gallery', a pioneer in the sphere of cooperative artistic ventures, who's work became a model for numerous cooperative art galleries in Israel. After 8 years of successful work in south Tel-Aviv, Alfred Institute was established in 2013, as a space devoted entirely to promoting and supporting young Israeli art. 

One Week

Solo exhibition by Matan Golan
Curator: Smadar Levy

Opening: Thursday, 19.04.18, 20:00
Closing: Saturday, 18.05.18, 14:00

"Golan adopts the image of the anti-hero and the comic-tragic character of Buster Keaton as the spiritual father of his works. The exhibition consists of seven sculptures and light projections, which lay out the attempts, the failures and even the impossibility of male nesting, as an existential, local and artistic possibility."

The exhibition will be accompanied by two events:

On Saturday evening, May 5 at 7:30 pm, a screening of Buster Keaton's film One Week, accompanied by a lecture and a talk with speakers Tamar Getter and Yehuda Nuriel

On Thursday, May 17, a dance performance by dancer Lihi Vegmaister will be held as a tribute to the exhibition



Alfred Cooperative Institute for Art & Culture is an alternative art space – home to an active and vibrant artist community aimed at introducing contemporary Israeli art and its young creators to art lovers in the local community. The Alfred Institute is the successor of 'Alfred Gallery', a pioneer in the sphere of cooperative artistic ventures, who's work became a model for numerous cooperative art galleries in Israel. After 8 years of successful work in south Tel-Aviv, Alfred Institute was establish in 2014, as a space devoted entirely to promoting and supporting young Israeli art. 

 

Alfred Cooperative Institute for Art & Culture is supported by The Ministry of Culture and the City of Tel Aviv-Yafo

 
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