Photography: Yuval Chai
Previous image Next image Photography: Tal Bedrack In her new solo exhibition, Efrat Eyal confronts questions of time versus space, manufacturers versus creativity, and freedom versus strict discipline. The exhibition offers us the gallery space as a territory within which questions about form and content take shape, all of which are related to processes of […]
The 2021 Housewife Trophies: DevotionPrudenceModestyDisciplineDiligenceMeticulousnessLoyaltyTidinessPerfection
Previous image Next image Photograpy: Dor Kedmi At first, the new body of work presented by Efrat Eyal looks like flattened bodies reminiscent of animal skins, hunting and victims. As if a clear expression of targets – hunter and skinned. But a closer look exposes a more complex world that cannot be verbalized expressing intuitive, […]
Previous image Next image A wall installation that examines power struggles in the domestic environment from a gender perspective.
Previous Next This work was part of the “Digging Digging” exhibition at Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center, Tel Aviv. “The Digging Digging project presents artistic positions that deal with transformations and deformations of landscapes and urban changes due to extraction and utilization of resources. The extraction of raw materials and the economic and environmental results that effect social […]
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Obedience, Tidiness & Perfection. A trophy award to housewives, for best qualities as regarded by society, with a critical eye. An ongoing series.
Previous Next The “A tribute” series is composed of portraits of women in clay, in the tradition of portraiture.The faces of the women photographed in the portraits are those of Edward Muybridge’s models. These were prostitutes, members of the lower classes, who were models in his study of movement, whom he and others who see […]
Previous Next A series of ware rich in form and decoration offers a complex dialogue between cultures and social stances. The ware, similar in shape and color to classical Greek ceramics, is composed of numerous and diverse parts slip cast in molds of everyday items taken from the artist’s domestic space. They represent a kind of […]