WHITECONCEPTS Gallery presents a fine selection of works by Ruthi Helbitz Cohen (IL), Julia Vegh (HU), PSJM (ES) and Andy Wengel/Christoph Both-Asmus (DE)
LOCATION: Booth G002, Millenáris, Building B, II. Budapest, Kis Rókus u. 16-20., HU-1024 Budapest/HU
Art Market Budapest, Central and Eastern Europe’s leading international art fair and the region’s largest contemporary art exhibition will put Israeli art in the focus at its 2017 edition.
Kindly supported by
RUTHI HELBITZ COHEN will be featured in the frame of the art festival ART.IS.REAL-ART.ISRAEL including a solo show at a very special location and an exhibition titled A deed without a name initiated by and realized in cooperation with the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art and WHITECONCEPTS Gallery in Berlin.
The solo show: Israeli Cultural Institute (VI. Budapest, Paulay Ede u. 1.)/ Open: October 9-30, 2017/ Opening reception: October 10, 2017; 18:00
Special event: Zsilip Synagogue and Jewish Center (XIII. Budapest, Újpesti rakpart 1.)/ Open: October 9-15, 2017/ Opening reception: October 10, 2017; 20:00
INSIDE ART panel discussion: Millenáris, Building D – Inside Art auditorium
October 15, 17.00: STATE OF THE ART? – The position of art in Israel and the position of Israel in the art world
Speakers: Leah ABIR – Curator, RawArt Gallery, Chief Editor, TOHU Magazine, Tel Aviv; Tamara ABRAMOVITCH – Curator, Israel Museum, Jerusalem; BEKE László – Munkácsy Mihály Award-winning art historian, Budapest; Nicole LOESER – Curator, Director, Whiteconcepts Gallery, Berlin; Aya LURIE – Director and Chief Curator, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya
Moderated by: Vered GLICKMAN – Director, Israeli Cultural Institute, Budapest