Gal Weinstein

– to avoid cultural catastrophe –

Untitled (2015) by Gal WeinsteinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Gal Weinstein’s works

can be distinguished by the artist’s great skill and the use of heterogeneous materials, from wood to porcelain, from wax to polystyrene and steel filaments. It is precisely the simplicity of the materials from which the work is made contrasts with the significance of the themes and the images selected and with the rigor discernible in the design and realization.

Jezreel Valley (2002) by Gal WeinsteinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

The discrepancy gives rise, in Weinstein’s work, to short-circuits of meaning and raises questions about the relations that can exist ‘between interpretation and experience, between expression and opinion’.

Fire Tires (2013) by Gal WeinsteinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Only by dealing with the complexity of the present and taking responsibility for the problems, the uncertainties, the diverging expectations and the dilemmas that society presents to each one of us is it possible, according to Gal Weinstein, to avoid cultural catastrophe.

Jezreel Valley in the Dark (2017) by Gal WeinsteinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Jazreel Valley at Night (2015) by Gal WeinsteinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Gal Weinstein was born in Ramat Gan in 1970, he lives and works vive e lavora in Tel Aviv.

Untitled (2003) by Gal WeinsteinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Selected exhibitions: 2018 Motherland in Art, curated by Delfina Jałowik, Maria Anna Potocka, Agnieszka Sachar, MOCAK, Krakow, Poland; To The End Of Land, a cura di Drorit Gur Arie, Or Tshuva, National Gallery of Modern Art, NEW DELHI, India 2017 Sun Stand Still, 57th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, Venice; AQUA Contemporary Artists and Water Issues, Chateau de Pentes, Geneve 2016 Anthropocene, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan; 2015 Painting Now, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan; Nature. Arte ed ecologia, Galleria Civica, Trento; Agro-Art, Contemporary Agriculture in Israeli Art, Petach Tikvah Museum of Art, Petach Tikva, Israel; 2014 Solar, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan 2013 Everywhere But Now, The 4th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, curated by Adelina von Fürstenberg, Thessaloniki, Greece; WYSIWYG, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv; Moby Dick, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv; Israel Now – Reinventing the Future, MACRO, Rome; Le Pont, curated by Thierry Ollat, MAC, Marseille; Unnatural, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach; 2012 The Mediterranean Approach, SESC Pinheiros, São Paulo - MAC, Marseille; 2011 Demonstrating Presence, Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel; Além Fronteiras - Beyond Frontiers, the 8ª Mercosul Biennial, Porto Alegre; The Mediterranean Approach, 57th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, Palazzo Zenobio, Venice; 2010 Beside, Each, Other, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan; Prespectives of Contemporary Drawing, Isabele Hurley Gallery, Malaga; The Calm before the Storm, Winzavod Art Center, Moscow; Natura & Destino, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan

Untitled (2016) by Gal WeinsteinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

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This virtual exhibition was brought together with Riccardo Crespi gallery on the occasion of the Exhibition “Painting Now” visitable from the 21.09.18 to the 10.11.18.
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