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Daniel Gibson And Katia Lifshin

Daniel Gibson’s compositions densely juxtapose a variety of bright, saturated hues, forming large flowers and butterflies, as well as their ecosystems. Raised in the Californian desert by two Mexican immigrants, Gibson’s practice refers to his cultural heritage through a series of recurring figures and forms. His expressive brush strokes vibrantly run through the works, charging the image with an intense energy that is then transmitted to the viewer. Gibson seeks to transgress beyond the hardships of immigration, exploring humanity by creating a dream-like scenery where reality and imagination merge.

Katia Lifshin’s work displays shape-shifting, twisting, and bending subjects and scenery. The surrealist nature of these paintings seems like the output of a young woman’s subconscious, where the limits of the body disappear, and the boundaries between the self and its surroundings blur. Inspired by monochromatic photographs, the artist opts for a blue and green color palette which provides her phantasmagoric oeuvre with a nocturnal feel, perhaps even alluding to the insecurities and anxieties that are an inevitable part of self-reflection. Lifshin’s female subjects seldom reveal their faces. This enigmatic quality indicates how personal, subjective subconscious moments can so intuitively meet the universal.

Previous Exhibitions

Good Morning Japan

Japanese contemporary artists are creating some of the most intriguing and thought-provoking artworks today. Their inventive, bold, and inspiring visions and fresh new ideas converse with the techniques and traditions of the past. Inspired by anime, manga, and the pop culture of kawaii (cute), their art makes a thrilling and diverse realm of creativity.
We are delighted to introduce works by ten prominent artists, eight of them women.

Long Distance

Long Distance includes video works by five artists: Francis Alÿs (Belgium), Hilla Ben Ari (Israel), Sebastián Díaz Morales (Argentina), Tao Hui (China), and Vladimir Nikolić (Serbia). In 2022, Alÿs and Nikolić represented their countries of origin at the 59th Venice Biennale; Ben Ari’s one-person exhibition was held at the Ticho House, Jerusalem; Díaz Morales participated in Documenta Fifteen, Kassel; and Hui’s video premiered at the Frieze Art Fair, Seoul.

Unit London Takeover

To mark two years since the opening of Nassima Landau art space in Tel Aviv, we hosted the London-based gallery Unit London, with an exhibition that took over our entire space. Visitors to the exhibition had an opportunity to become acquainted with the comprehensive program of Unit London—a global artistic platform, dedicated to promoting up-and-coming artists, impacting the British and the international art scene with its constantly evolving, dynamic agenda.

This type of collaboration is in line with Nassima Landau’s mission of creating a bridge between Tel Aviv and the rest of the art world, introducing to our visitors a diverse array of artists.

High Voltage 3

High Voltage is Nassima Landau’s flagship exhibition at the foundation, which showcases noteworthy and promising artists that Suzanne and Steeve have identified as so. Many of the artists who have exhibited as part of the past two editions of High Voltage, go on to to be picked up by major galleries. Past participants include Hillary Pecis, Danielle Orchard, Jordy Kerwick, Jammie Holmes, Henni Alftan, Christopher Hartmann.

They Shut Me Up in Prose

“They shut me up in Prose”, whose title is taken from Emily Dickinson’s eponymous poem, centers on the work of six women artists who introduce sophisticated models of femininity that reflect a shared contemporary experience and reframe the representation of the female image. Their common denominator is the way in which they contemplate social and cultural concepts pertaining to female identity, desires, and sexuality. For all six artists, this is the first exposure of their work in Israel.

The Show Will Go On

The Show Will Go On is a celebration of the return to “normal life” following a very long period of pandemic. The Show will Go On offers a singular platform where matters such as queer identity and the Afro-American awakening meet together and remind us of the burning issues we have to cope with in our everyday life. The show celebrates identities, once overlooked, but today in focus, bringing together established artists alongside young, promising ones.

2022 : domesticity

“2022: Domesticity” explores the daily routine and relates to what we feel, see and experience when in domestic spaces. Rebecca Ness, Guy Yanai and Larry Madrigal show us snapshots of intimate interiors. What all 10 artists have in common is an interpretation of the “the domestic” as it relates to their own lived experience’s.