Trumpeldor Gallery is a contemporary art space originally opened in March 20212 as HaBe'er (The Well). The gallery is located in the Old City of Beersheba, and is administered by the Department of the Arts at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. The establishment of the gallery was a jointly initiated and financed by the Beersheba municipality, Ben-Gurion University, and the Rashi Foundation. The gallery is a non-profit center intended to promote and organize exhibitions, as well as art and cultural activities. The gallery promotes the exhibition of high-quality art and a wide range of group and solo exhibitions, alongside collaborations with guest curators. Every year, the gallery also hosts exhibitions curated by BA and MA students in the Department of the Arts' curatorial program, as well as an exhibition of works by graduates of the BFA program.
Admission to the gallery and participation in featured events is free of charge.
Exhibition: “Personal Matter – A Moment of Art"
First-Degree Graduates exhibition, Department of the Arts, Eilat Campus, BGU
Grand Opening: March 9, 2023 at 18:30
Available until: June 2, 2023
Participants: Tal Talya Aharoni, Liron Bekman, Meital Daly Levy, Hilla Fisher, Mor Meshulam, Reut Minyan, Shunit Mizan Shriki, Zivit Padeh Sofer, Nitsa Peer Volencia, Hadas Rubin, Atar Schwartz, Liraz Shlomo Shachrur, Noam Uzan, Michal Vaknin
Curator: Noam Gonnen
This exhibition, presenting the artworks of first-degree graduate students from the Department of the Arts at Ben-Gurion University in Eilat, refers to a wide variety of subjects and voices. The works delve into personal issues – parenthood, choice-making, emotions, memories – as well as social issues, such as tradition versus modernity, or burning issues like violence toward children in kindergartens and sexual harassment. Various techniques are employed to convey each work's distinguished perspective. Yet, beyond exhibiting an accomplished product, the works aspire to unearth the thinking process and the dialogue of one with her own self and the environment, while exploring the potential of one's expressive artistic language.
Noam Uzan, The Whole
is Greater than the Sum of its Parts, Oil on canvas
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