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Situated in the fine line between photojournalism and fine art, the practice of Pavel Wolberg (*1966, Leningrad former USSR; lives and works in Tel Aviv-Yafo) represents a uniquely uncompromising approach to realism. Wolberg’s photographs encapsulate a kind of contradiction we experience in our everyday life: each image is seemingly easy to describe – where it takes place, the elements depicted, the scenario captured – and yet, once analyzed more closely, we realize that the essence of each image is hard to pin down. The lack of any compromise in the way Wolberg’s pictures are taken – indeed, one has to marvel at the sheer courage and ingenuity that they entail – is matched only by the level of complexity contained therein.

Pavel Wolberg: Panoramas

April 1, 2023

February 2, 2023

EVENTS

Performance | out-of-office: César Brodermann and Guy Davidson

February 18, 2023 12:00pm

Performance | out-of-office: César Brodermann and Guy Davidson

PRINTED MATTER AND EDITIONS

ELHAM ROKNI: THE IBLIS, THE GIRL, THE SULTAN AND THE LION’S TAIL
CHEN COHEN: HOW TO DIE BEAUTIFUL
ELLA LITTWITZ: FACTS ON THE GROUND
LAURENT MONTARON

My Father in the Cloud by Ruth Patir

CCA Tel Aviv-Yafo is a non-collecting institution fostering practices, discussions and reflections connected to the most relevant issues of our times. The goal of CCA Tel Aviv-Yafo is to commission and produce new projects by radical living artists with a special focus on giving an institutional frame to artists from Israel. Presenting a rigorous and multifaceted program of exhibitions, events, and printed matter in Hebrew, Arabic and English, the Center is a dynamic hub with an artist-driven spirit that makes it a home for the city’s vibrant contemporary art scene.

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