Sat 6 July 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Prince - Nahalat Binyamin 18, Tel Aviv,
“Horror Vacui” (from Latin “fear of empty space”) – the final group exhibition of 18 creators of different ages and backgrounds, the students of Ossi Yalon’s Studio.
In their works, artists discussing Horror Vacui – the tendency of overfilling a space or an artwork with details , which is relevant both in art and in real life. Just as artists subconsciously are afraid to leave too much empty space on their canvas, people in everyday life tend to fill the space around them with work, people, hobbies and lots of other things. At the exhibition, you’ll see what the fear of emptiness means for each of the artists.
Participants: ANAT SIMONS | LIRAN VIRTZER | ORNA TAYRI | NILI GOSHEN | DANA PELEG | ETHEL ARIELY | RONIT DUZY | ISABELLE ZILBERSTEIN | SHLOMIT SHACHORI | MICHAL MUDRIK | HAGIT GIDRON PAZ | ZAHAVA LAVI | DALIT RISHPY TOR | EDNA AVIVI | MALI NOY DAVID | SHOUKI SHEFFER | ORI YANIV | ZIVA MOSHE
Horror Vacui. We are all a bit afraid of emptiness.
July 6th (Sat) – Opening night, 6-10PM
July 7th (Sun) – Day 1, 11AM-6PM
July 8th (Mon) – Day 2, 11AM-8PM
Location: The Prince – הנסיך Gallery Hall (Nachalat Binyamin St 18, Tel-Aviv, floor 2)