Photomenta - Photography from the Mediterranean
MUZA, the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, is pleased to present the first Photomenta - a large-scale photography exhibition opening at the museum. The exhibition, which will take place every five years, presents hundreds of works by dozens of participants from numerous Mediterranean countries. Serving as a bridge that extends over seas and peoples, borders and political conflicts, the photographs on display offer a mental, artistic and narrative point of encounter with the "others" in our vicinity. The exhibition extends throughout the museum galleries, pavilions and archaeological garden, unfurling like a maritime map or fishing net. The exhibition's various sites serve as port cities, while the series of photographs on display appear alongside the museum's archaeological and historical treasures.
Orit Adar-Bechar (Israel); Hicham Benohoud (Morocco); Noa Ben-Nun Melamed (Israel); Primož Bizjak (Slovenia);
Nadir Bucan (Turkey); Itamar Doari (Israel); Faten Gaddes (France/Tunisia); Ana Galan (Spain); Maya Geller (Israel);
Dor Guez (Jaffa, Israel); Raafat Hattab (Jaffa, Israel); Oded Hirsch (Israel); Marie Hudelot (France-Algeria); Max Juhasz (Crotaia); Yoram Kupermintz (Israel); Nicolas Lambouris (Cyprus); Dana Levy (Israel); Luca Locatelli (Italy); Adrian Paci (Albania/Italy); Maria Pansini (Italy); Theodor Papadakis(Greece); Francesca Piqueras (France); David Pisani (Malta); Siniša Radulović (Montenegro); Ritty Tacsum (Malta); Dafna Tal (Israel); Vertigo (Israel); Hinda Weiss (Israel); Ammar Younis (Kafr Ara, Israel); Tamir Zadok (Israel); Almin Zrno (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Founder and curator of Photomenta - Guy Raz, Curator of Photography, MUZA