Tali Keren in Conversation with Yael Messer

Wednesday, January 2 at 7 pm

Following the release of “Tali Keren: The Great Seal” (CCA Tel Aviv, 2018), the artist will present the publication of her homonymous exhibition at CCA Tel Aviv, together with Yael Messer, director and curator at the Beit Ha’Gefen Art Gallery in Haifa, curator of the exhibition, and a contributor to the publication. The book launch will also serve as an opportunity to discuss the evolution of this project in light of Trump’s presidency and his continuous relationship with the organization Christians United for Israel.

The event will be held in Hebrew.

About the artist Tali Keren is a media artist (1982, Jerusalem, lives and works in New York), whose installations, videos, and performances focus on the formation of ideology, violence, and political identity. Keren’s solo exhibitions include “The Great Seal” at Eyebeam in New York, “Heat Signature” at MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38 in New York, and “The Great Seal” at CCA Tel Aviv. She exhibited and performed her works in venues such as the Museum of Moving Image in New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the Anthology Film Archives in New York, the Goethe-Institut in New York, the Socrates Sculpture Park in New York, the Jewish Museum in New YorkMuseums Quartier in Vienna; Kaunas Biennial in Lithuania, Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen, the Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon, Israel, and the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art in Israel.

Image: Tali Keren, The Great Seal, 2017. Installation view at CCA, Tel Aviv, 2017. Photo credit: Gal Deren.

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