A frame in time

It seemed like an impossible task.

November 22, 2017 16:19
Sigalit Landau’s ‘Salted Lake’ video work ‘touches upon collective memory and pain.’

Sigalit Landau’s ‘Salted Lake’ video work ‘touches upon collective memory and pain.’. (photo credit: SIGALIT LANDAU)


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The Givon Gallery in Tel Aviv is clearly still in good health more than 40 years after it was founded by Shmuel Givon. It is now managed by his daughter, Neomi, at the original venue on Gordon Street, but five years ago she added an expansive display space on two floors on Elroi Street in picturesque Neveh Tzedek.

In this day and age of virtual art facilities, commercial art galleries are generally a dying breed, but Givon seems to be more than holding its own. Both outlets are currently hosting intriguing exhibitions, of very different ilks.


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