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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. 

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Homage to Eliahu Gat

Eliahu Gat / Michal Geva / Myriam Gamburd / Jonathan Hirschfeld / Gidi Smilansky / Talya Raz

Curator: Gidi Smilansky

Opening: Saturday, 9.9.17 / 20:00
Closing: Friday, 6.10.17

Two exhibitions paying tribute to the painter Eliahu Gat and to his art and legacy will be held during the months of September and October at Alfred Gallery and at Artists’ House Tel Aviv. The exhibitions will focus on two key themes studied by the artist, the female model and the local landscape. Throughout his career, his study had been conceptual, emotional, and libidinal.

Gat orchestrated the female body and constantly reformed its choreography. He created fauvist, libidinal models of an earthen woman; in nature, he documented his visual and notional impressions of the space, the colors and light of the Land of Israel. 


The Department of Imporovement

A solo exhibition of
Gali Timen

Alfred Institute's Staircase Hall

Curator: Yael Goldberg

Opening: Thu, 14.9.17 / 20:00
Closing: FRI, 6.10.17 / 14:00

In the exhibition, The Department of Improvement, artist Gali Timen will exhibit works of photography, illustrations and texts.

The exhibition will resemble an office called The Department of Improvement. The Department of Improvement consists of one employee. The budget is appropriate, but the employee is devoted and does his work faithfully. He has a unique filing system (and a lot of goodwill) and a method of action that would not shame a fleet. He challenges the system in his own way.

The narrative of the exhibition relates allegorically to the bureaucratic systems that govern our lives by observing the one official who exists as a lost individual within the complex system that he serves.

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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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