Category Mirta Kupferminc

2020 Online by the Jerusalem Biennale

The Jerusalem Biennale presents 2020 ONLINE! In this series of online talks, Ram Ozeri, the Biennale’s Founder and Director, met with 10 artists and curators from around the world to talk about the current situation and how it effects contemporary art. Three of the artists are members of the Jewish Art Salon. View their videos […]

JAS Artists at non-JAS exhibits at the Jerusalem Biennale

Jewish Art Salon artists and curators in other (non Jewish Art Salon) exhibits at the Jerusalem Biennale:   Helène Aylon – Afterword: For the Children, curated by Dvora Liss & David Sperber Lenore Cohen-Mizrachi & Fortune Chalme – Homelands Mirta Kupferminc – Traduttore – Tradittore Bill Aron, Doni Silver Simons & Ruth Weisberg – Flashpoints – Jewish Artists Initiative […]

LABA-BA 2017 Exhibitions in NYC

Two simultaneous exhibitions  by Argentinean Fellows of LABA-Buenos Aires, working globally with LABA: A Laboratory for Jewish Culture at the 14th Street Y will take place in NYC. Artists: SILVANA BLASBALG / VALERIA BUDASOFF / MYRIAM JAWERBAUM MIRTA KUPFERMINC /VIVIANA ROMAY /SILVIA RUBINSON. Curator: Mirta Kupferminc – Assistant: Estela Ivkovcic Gallery Talks by Tova Shvartzman Five […]

Divided Waters in Venice

“Divided Waters”, an exhibition of contemporary art, commemorates the 500th anniversary of the Jewish Ghetto in Venice, May 26 – September 29, 2016, at the Palazzo Fontana, Venice, Italy. Opening Reception: Thursday, May 26, 2016, 10am-12pm Inspired by the 500th Anniversary of the Jewish Ghetto’s creation in Venice, the exhibition presents the work of Ghiora Aharoni, […]

Borges and Kabbalah

  Mirta Kupferminc presents her etchings about Borges and Kabbbalah in a solo show at Galery Koo in Hong Kong. Opening Reception November 11, 6-8 PM November 11 to December 12, 2015 The magical realism of Borges has a common ground with the thought of Kabbalah. If, according to Borges, the text and its infinite combinations […]