by Einat Stekler
  • A group of Israeli artists received a pair of Matkot (beach paddle ball rackets) as their medium. The artists, in their own way, developed a dialog with the material and the idea. The past and the future, the “here” and “there” and above all the present. The artists are struggling with anguish as they create their artwork from their inner being while trying to bridge the contrast that the Matkot game symbolizes in the “give and take” between people.
    Matkot Tel Aviv-Berlin
    at the ECC Atelierhaus, Berlin.
    Starting this Friday.
    {This is a DesignBreak by Maya Shalev}
  • by Dalia Gefen
    by Maya Shalev
  • by Gad Ulman