Thursday, 3 January 2008



Opening: Saturday, January 12 2008, 20:00

Glasgow: Jung Ki Beak, Mark Briggs, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Michael Coppelov, Pete Corrie, Helen de Main, Jana Euler, Carla Scott Fullerton, Salomeh Grace, Levi Hanes, Maj Hasager, Heike Kabisch, Conor Kelly, Mian Tze Kng, Mairi Lafferty, Niall Macdonald, Nina Nordbo, Rallou Panagiotou, Jennipher Satterly,Tomoko Seino, Kari Stewart, Atsushi Tawa, Emmett Walsh

TLV: Guy Avital, Gili Avissar, Yael Balaban, Avital Cnaani, Dror Daum, Oren Eliav, Uri Gershuni, Stephan Goldrajch, Sivan Gross, Youval Hai, Tamar Harpaz, Roey Heifetz, Maya Israel, Efrat Kedem, Jenni Leskinen, Dana-Lev Levnat, Liav Mizrahi, Hilla-Toony Navok, Alona Rodeh, Ella Amitay-Sadovsky, Hagai Shaked, Ester Schneider, Rotem Tashach, Jonathan Tuitu, Aviram Valdman, Lior Waterman, Anna Yam

Flock is an exhibition of work by 50 students from the MFA programmes at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem and Glasgow School of Art. The exhibition developed out of a collaboration between the two schools and the groups of students at each of them, and has been made possible by the exchange students traveling between the two cities.

Students from Glasgow have sent works on paper and video to Tel Aviv, whereas students from Bezalel have been open to present works of their choosing. This concept will be reversed later in the year, when the show travels to Glasgow.
Works in the exhibition are presented under no specific theme, but simply reflect a selection of works coming out of each of the schools, and through being presented together ask us to consider the mix of work being produced internationally by students undertaking their Masters’ studies. Students in the exhibition are originating from Israel and Scotland, but also Belgium, Canada, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Norway, Russia, Singapore and the United States.

Bezalel Gallery Tel Aviv: 60 Salame St, Tel Aviv
Tel. 03-6824082 Fax. 03-5187979
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Opening hours:
Friday-Saturday 10:00-16:00

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