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Miki Kratsman and Michal Shamir at Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art

Opening: Friday, 18.05.12, 12:00 pm

Miki Kratsman and Michal Shamir at the exhibition Boundaries on the Move- A Cross-Cultural Dialogue, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
Opening: Friday, 18.05.12, 12:00 pm


In collaboration with Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Dalia Levin,
Fang-Wei Chang


Michal Shamir, Efer, 2008, still from video, DVD 2:32 min.


Miki Kratsman, from the series Displaced, 2010, digital pigment print, 90X109 cm


The exhibition Boundaries on the Move: A Cross-Cultural Dialogue deals with various boundaries that seem fixed and permanent but are in actual fact ever-changing. The exhibition presents the works of 16 Taiwanese artists in the years 1980-2012, and those of four contemporary artists from Israel and the Middle East, all conducting a mutual discourse. The participating artists examine those boundaries in motion in our everyday lives, as well as the social, political and economic boundaries relevant to key issues of current life in Taiwan, Israel and the Middle East. They deal with the complex themes of personal identity, territorial borders, society, economics, and immigration in an age of advanced technology and globalization.

Exhibition curators: Fang-Wei Chang, Director of Biennial and International Projects Office, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, and Dalia Levin, Director of the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art

Participating artists: Chang Chien-Chi, Chen Chih-Jen, Chen Ching-Yao, Hou Chun-Ming, Hsieh Ying-Chun, Huang Chih-Yang, Huang Hai-Hsin, Peng Hung-Chih, Su Yu-Hsien, Tsai Chia-Wei, Tsui Kuang-Yu, Tu Pei-Shih, Chu Chun-Teng, Wang Ya-Hui, Wu Chi-Tsung, Yao Jui-Chung, Nira Peleg, Miki Krastman and Michal Shamir.

The exhibition is organized by the Taipei Fine Arts Museum and Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art and is supported by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China, Culture Affair Department, Taipei City Government and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israel. The exhibition is assisted by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Tel Aviv.

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