The Farkash Gallery is host to a pop exhibition in NYC presenting works by Ariela Wertheimer and Carole A.Feuerman. When women support each other, incredible things happen.
The Farkash Gallery, in Partnership with Chashama Foundation Presents artists: ARIELA WERTHEIMER AND CAROLE A. FEUERMAN: When women support each other, incredible things happen.
The Carole and Ariela met serendipitously one year ago in Venice at the international art festival, La Biennale di Venezia and decided to present a show together- and so they made it happen! The Farkash Gallery was thrilled to host two formidable female artists in a celebration of their work supporting female empowerment, in New York City on May 17th. The exhibit remains open until June 7th and will host a number of exclusive events inviting the artists to talk in person about their work and the themes that the pieces relate to.
“I am very excited to be co-exhibiting with a fellow artist who is inspired by women and their personal experiences and stories,” says artist, Ariela Wertheimer. “My artworks give expression to many issues such as homosexuality, domestic violence, sexual abuse, body image issues, and so forth. Through my work I show that a person has the right to decide how he or she is coping with his or her difficulty, and whether they decide to develop and grow from the difficulty into a strength, embracing the “bars”, or remain in the same place. Within us is the power to allow ourselves to make a change in the space we have in our lives.”
Chashama, a non-profit organisation supports artists by giving them space to create and present their work, while fostering community development through the arts.
We are plesed to invite you to an art exhibition & a fundraising event, featuring over 250 art works by prominent Israeli artists, including Ariela Wertheimer.
The event is in support of children and youth at risk in Israel.
Festive opening event – 15.9.17, Friday at 10:00 AM
Shenkar, Multidiciplinary art school
Jabotinsky 8, Ramat-Gan
Exhibition is open to public
All proceeds benefit at-risk children and youth.
We hope to see you there.
גלריה פרקש ואריאלה ורטהיימר שמחים להזמין אתכם לתערוכת אמנות ואירוע גיוס כספים למען ילדים ונוער בסיכון.
באירוע יוצגו יצירות של יותר מ-250 אמנים, ביניהם אריאלה ורטהיימר.
אירוע הפתיחה החגיגי יתקיים ביום שישי, 15.9.17, בשעה 10:00.
שנקר, בית ספר גבוה להנדסה ואמנות
ז’בוטינסקי 8, רמת גן.
כל ההכנסות יתרמו לילדים ונוער בסיכון.
Politically Correct – The Fantasy Land of Aharon Farkash
At The Farkash Gallery
Coming Soon Ronit Joy Holtz At The Farkash Gallery 8 August 2017
Upholding The Remembrance of a Homeland & Her People
As a young Jewish, Israeli artist studying in America, I deem that the duty I possess is one of integrity and certainty. I made Aliyah alongside my parents and four siblings back in 2007. I was very young, but I knew in my spirit that I was doing something that was greater than I could grasp. Currently, these past two years I have been working to get my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Since the beginning of this year, my studio practice has rotated around the political, cultural and religious topics of Israel.
Independently I took on the burden to artistically display what this Jewish nation experiences. My heart was heavy for Israel and her people when I would be sitting in my living room in America, seeing innocent lives being taken by terror. My heart physically felt a dense weight and every day I yearned to return home. With that sorrow, I took the pain of the Jewish hearts and said I would devote all my artistic labor to the land of Israel. This was my calling and this is my mission. Many of the students at my college have either never met somebody from Israel, are uninformed of what goes on in this country, or are anti-Israel and persuaded by bias broadcasting. When people question me, asking why I paint concerning my country’s former times, I say that Israel and the Jewish people of today survive because of their narration, so I illustrate that through the promises of the God of Israel, we have overcome. It is by our testimony that we are here today. Thus, this exhibition at the Farkash Gallery is so dear to me. My art has immigrated home and is now on display, carrying the candles of remembrance.
-Ronit Joy Holtz
The European Cultural Centre is hosting during the 2017 Venice Art Biennale
“PERSONAL STRUCTURES – open borders” at Palazzo Mora
Openinig Night 11 May 2017
In the framework of the Venice Art Biennale, Ariela Wertheimer is presenting an exciting exhibition of illuminated art works using a combination of techniques dealing with the depths of all of our souls.
The exhibition presents works of light boxes in a variety of colours and shades and a chandelier in the centre of the space – all of which are lit up with interior lighting.
The light boxes are made from metal and are a combination of acrylic painting on wood panels with photographic transparencies on plexiglass and LED lighting inside.