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A Year of Fashion at Beit Ha'ir
Original Projects by Israeli and International Fashion Designers and Artists


November 2011 – December 2012
Chief Curator and Manager of Bialik Center: Ayelet Bitan Shlonsky
Artistic Director: Claudette Zorea
Curatorship Team:Ruth Garon, Irit Lanciano Rishon, Roey Heifetz, Yamit Shimon
 
Second Exhibition  Borderline
 
 

On March 25, 2012, the exhibition Borderline was scheduled to open at the Beit Ha'ir Museum. Within the framework of the museum's year of fashion, three of the outstanding forces currently influencing the European arena of fashion and art are being brought to Israel for the very first time. The exhibition displays the 2012 Spring/Summer collection of Finnish designer Daniel Palillo and works by Dutch artists Bart Hess and Levi Van Veluw. In addition, the following Israeli artists are scheduled to participate in the exhibition: Shahar Freddy Kislev, Tomer Sapir, Uri Katzenstein, Shany Priness, Lior Charchy, animator Gilad Bachar and director Matan Guggenheim.

Borderline attempts to examine the various faces of the human body. The participating artists, most of them in their late 20's, have taken the familiar shape of the human body and broken it into pieces. They have extended the body's physical and mental boundaries and have examined what lies beyond. The artists, questionably as researchers or as laboratory mice, participate in an experiment that examines the transformation of the physical body. Each of the artists examines the boundaries of the body in his own, individual way: the relations between the body and an outer covering, concealing or hiding the body, duplicating the body, isolation instead of assimilation of the body in the wide open, cloning and physical disruption.
The real body and the imagined one, the individual body and the group one, the body that conforms to the standard and the disrupted one, the mystical body and the biological one, the technological body, the cloned body, the body that can be shaped and revised – all of these are mixed together in a game of identities and roles.

 
 

The Participating Artists
International: Daniel Palillo (Finland), Bart Hess (Holland), Levi Van Veluw ( Holland)
Israelis artists: Matan Guggenheim, Shahar Freddy Kislev, Tomer Sapir, Uri Katzenstein, Lior Charchy, Shany Priness

 
 

Lior Charchy presents "Aperture" , inspired by a religious islamic law in Iran, enforcing homosexual men, asking to implement their attraction to men, go through sex reassignment surgery. This law , ironically, turns Iran into a leading country in sex reassignment surgery.

Fashion design: Lior Charchy
Footwear design: Oded Arama
Photography: Hilla Wogmann & Dadi Elias
LINK PICTURES http://blog.beithair.org/?lang=en&post_type=bhp_gal
photos: Neta Alonim

Fashion design: Lior Charchy
Footwear design: Oded Arama
Photography: Hilla Wogmann & Dadi Elias
LINK PICTURES http://blog.beithair.org/?lang=en&post_type=bhp_gal
photos: Neta Alonim

 
First Exhibition  

Beit Ha'ir – the urban museum of Tel Aviv-Jaffa is launching a multifaceted, international project that deals with wide-ranging worlds of content related to the art of fashion. The year-long project will include a series of temporary exhibitions (changing every two and a half months throughout the year) displaying the work of some 15 international fashion designers, workshops led by guest designers, panel discussions with members of the academia and the cultural scene, meetings with artists, fashion shows and a variety of activities throughout the city. The project exposes new designs in contemporary fashion, from Israel and around the world, and serves as a stage for young and promising Israeli designers, alongside leading global ones.
Innovative and original fashion designers and artists from 10 different countries have been invited to take part in the project, to create unique designs for Beit Ha'ir and to expose their creations and work process to the public at large, including: threeASFOUR from New York, BOUDDICCA from London, DANIEL PALILLO from Finland, PETAR PETROV from Austria, JC DE CASTELBAJAC and ANNE VALERIE HASH from France, VIBSKOV & EMENIUS from Denmark and Sweden, and others.

Along with the leading international fashion designers and artists, young and promising Israeli designers have also been invited to participate in the project – graduates of the various Art and Design Academies in Israel whose creativity encompasses the spacious worlds of fashion. By means of this project, Beit Ha'ir hopes to expose the creative, independent, conceptual and economical aspects of fashion design to the public at large and to reveal the ways in which fashion plays an important role in building cultural identity.

 
 
More Info: http://beithair.org ------------ http://blog.beithair.org/?lang=en

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