Curator: Shir Aloni Yaari
The tension between the momentary, the fading and the transient and the physical and mental traces that time leaves in the material is found in the depth of Einat Arif-Galanti's work and is also present in the body of work displayed in her new solo exhibition at Koresh 14 Gallery. This tension is concretely and metaphorically embodied in the concept of the 'medium', whose range of artistic, instrumental and spiritual meanings unfolds between and within the collections of photographic, video and print works presented here for the first time.
Einat Arif-Galanti, born in Jerusalem, photography and video artist, has presented 11 solo exhibitions and participated in many group exhibitions, including the Israel Museum, Bass Museum, Miami, Cologne City Museum, Turin, Kyosato Museum in Japan, Bratislava Heat Gallery, exhibited at international exhibitions and fairs like Nordart In Germany, Paris Photo, Paris and iPad in New York. In 2013, she won the support of the Lottery Council for Culture and the Arts in her "Interim" exhibition. Graduate of the Department of Photography, Hadassah College, Jerusalem. In 1998 and 1999, she won a scholarship from the America-Israel Foundation. Her works are included in art collections in Israel and around the world. One of the founders of the Agrippa 12 Cooperative Gallery in Jerusalem, 2004, he is a lecturer at the Pardes High School of Art, and at the Cube Art School, a member and studio studio at the Artists' Workshops, Jerusalem, in Talpiot.