I think the strongest art moment of 2014 for me was the opening of Irit Tamari’s show at the Brown Hotel TLV in July. It was the first art show I organized, and the opening was quite unique, so to speak. The evening started with the first siren in Tel Aviv and we all went to the hotel’s shelter. The opening turned out to be amazing, with a very special and warm atmosphere. It made me realize, and I know this will sound like a cliché but for me it’s so true, to what extent Art can bring people together, impact them and keep them sane.
I’d like to thank you once again for following and supporting my blog and activities, it’s been a challenging year and I’m welcoming 2015 with the hope for a much more peaceful one.
Anri Sala at Helena Rubinstein Pavilion
Irit Tamari’s open studio, organized with Adi Artsi
James Turrell’s show at the Israel Museum
Guiding the members of the international program of Fresh Paint Art Fair
Michael Borremans at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Ilit Azoulay at the KW, Berlin
Bezalel Graduate Show
Opening of Irit Tamari’s show- the Brown Hotel’s shelter
Louise Bourgeois at Hauser and Writh, Zurich
Ariel Schlesinger at Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel
Visiting Berlin numerous time with my friend and colleague Rufina- Wu Tsang’s show at Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie
Allen Ruppersberg at Wiels, Brussels
My first article in a printed magazine