Sigalit Landau “The Ram in the Thicket”

Maison Hermès

poster for Sigalit Landau “The Ram in the Thicket”

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The Israeli artist Sigalit Landau depicts the history of her country in terms of life and death, physicality, and interpersonal relationships, with pain an ever-present element. Her work represented Israel at the 54th Venice Biennial in 2011 and also appeared at the 2011 Yokohama Triennial. In her first solo exhibition in Japan, a large video installation shows a harvest at an olive garden in southern Israel’s Negev Desert. Another installation portrays the home of immigrants in 1950s Israel.

[Image: Sigalit Landau]



From 2013-05-17 To 2013-08-18
Exhibition hours: Mon-Sat 11:00-20:00 (last entry at 19:30). Open every day during the exhibition period.


Sigalit Landau



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