The Givat Haviva Art Gallery
Farid Abu Shakra, Etti Abergel, Shai Azoulay, Gilad Efrat, Hamody Gannam, Thalia Hoffman, Manar Zuabi, Michael Halak, Yuval Yairi and Zohar Elazar, Tamar Nissim, Nitzan Satt, Emi Sfard, Ron Amir, Doron Fishbein, Nira Pereg, Roi Kuper, Miki Kratsman, Assaf Shoshan.
The phenomenon of immigration and refuge
es in the world can no longer be ignored or minimized, and it can be referred to, in a way, as the "refugee revolution"; A quiet revolution perhaps, but one that profoundly changes the human textures within a country. In Israel, the migration revolution challenges the demographic self-perception of Israel as the Jewish state. It is this concept that enables the exclusion from the junctures of power and visibility of any other identity that is not compatible with the one defined as Jewish by the dominant ideology.
The exhibiting Israeli artists, Jews and Arabs,
The Givat Haviva Art
Gallery examines, studies and explores the various levels of what we have in common.
Values of a shared society, multicultural discourse and the promotion of the
multidisciplinary texture of art. The gallery presents art that gives a
platform to artists from different populations and groups in Israeli society,
with an emphasis on Jewish and Arab society.
Opening: Saturday April 28, 2023, 12:00 noon
Place: Givat Haviva Art Gallery
Curator of the exhibition: Svetlana Reingold
Head gallery curator: Anat Lidror
Gallery talk: May 27, 2023, 12:00 noon
Closing of the exhibition: June 17, 2023
Opening hours: Sunday - Thursday 9:00 - 16:00 | Friday 11:00 -13:00 | Saturday 10:00-14:00