2020


 

 

The Tel Aviv Biennale of Crafts & Design - Central Exhibition


The Biennale First Person. Second Nature, brings together, for the first time, different fields of craft and design. The exhibition features some 250 works presented throughout the museum, including permanent displays and outdoor areas.

 

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Biennale - The White Cube


The works in the Migdal Gallery explore abstraction, figuration, and the space in between. The gallery was designed as a "white cube" - white walls and lit display.

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Biennale - Dialogue 1


The Man and His Work Pavillion presents ethnographic objects reflecting local life and work traditions in the land of Israel and its environs. The contemporary displays entertain a dialogue the permanent.

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Biennale - Dialogue 2


The Glass Pavillion contains 3,500

years of work in glass. The works hosted in the pavilion respond to the space, engage with the ancient glass artifacts.

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Biennale - Dialogue 3


The Ceramic Pavillion is devoted to the ceramic material and pottery-making. The featured intervene in the permanent displays are assimilated into them.

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Biennale - Outdoor Installations


The entrance plaza, museum garden and open-air theater feature outdoor installations that engage with the history and topography of the site and the surrounding landscape.

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Biennale - Reconstructed Olive-Oil Plant


Khnum, the Egyptian god who molded humans on potter's wheel, inspired this group of potters, instructors, and lectures on ceramics.

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Biennale - The Flour Mill


Cocoons uses the raw ceramic material to explore life systems and evolution, gender and artistic creation. The installation is presented in the Flour Mill.

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Biennale - The Lab


A research lab featuring projects by four academic institutions: Bezalel, CIRTex Shenkar, milab Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Material Flow Collective.

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