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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. 

A Portable Museum of Refugees

Ranei Mazor

Curator: Eytan Bartal

Opening: Thu, 11.10 / 20:00
Closing: FRI, 09.11 / 14:00

The exhibition is shown as part of the HIT second degree program in design

Mazor uses similar methods of natural history museums to lure in the viewers. The exhibition features a series of dioramas and miniature 3D models, which visitors will be able to view through small display windows.

The dioramas bring the viewer face to face with images arising from personal testimonies of African refugees who migrate to Israel, and thus encourage viewers to make up a narrative themselves. Their construction was based on a study conducted by Mazor on the topic of Nobel Activism, as part of his Master's degree in Integrated Design at the Holon Institute of Technology (HIT). The featured exhibition is a part of Mazor's final project, academically advised by Eitan Bartal, and is part of an activist process aimed at raising awareness of the refugee situation in a non-aggressive manner, which seeks to offer an alternative discourse.



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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