Moon and Sixpence moments for two contemporary painters
In its fifth year, the Israeli event is still shaking things up
His exhibition at Johannesburg’s Market Photo Workshop, founded under Apartheid
The artists gave lectures at the Jerusalem Studio School and the Israel Museum
Report from… Athens, and evidence of the heroic spirit in recent Greek painting.
Far from being a studious plod through history, this is the coolest party in town.
It may not be a fair comparison but you can’t help wondering: How can the Whitney Biennial be so exciting and the Tate Triennial so tedious when both are showcasing the same kind of contemporary art on either side of a well-traversed pond?
No. 12 is an unoccupied Tel Aviv penthouse, still filled with the rich lives of its past owners – Sarah, a Berlin-trained psychiatrist, born nearly 100 years ago in Palestine, and her flamboyant husband Bandi, who designed the building. The flat is as it was left, with its fine books, grand piano, paintings by Bandi…