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In Print Art Book Fair 2019

December 18-20, 2019

Hansen House

​Gdalyahu Alon St 14

Jerusalem

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

The A5 Magazine • Alzbeta Glancova • AN Simon • Anat Or Magal • Anat Propper • Andi LaVine Arnovitz • Arielle Stein • Arik Miranda • Art Cube Artists' Studios - סדנאות האמנים • Artis • As Promised • Assaf Hinden • Aviv Zucker • Ayelet Amrani Navon • Ayelet Carmi & Meirav Heimann • Belle Shafir • Beth Herman Adler • Carlotta Origoni • CCA Tel-Aviv (Jan Tichy Photography) • Chana Cromer • Chana Goldberg • Cornelia Renz • CY Frankel & Lonnie Monka • Dana Nechmad • Dennis Lenglart • Doron Adar • Efrat Dgani • Eldad Rafaeli • Emily Miller & Joelle Maxx Milman • Ephrat Belooesky • Fatma Shanan • Ferit Kuyas • Galia Gur Zeev • Galia Pasternak • Goodbye Books Micaela Terk • Gustavo Sagorsky • Guy Banim • Guy Shoham- Artist • Hadassa Goldvicht • Hila Laiser Beja • Hilla Ben Ari • Hilla Spitzer • Hupit Ben Nun • Ilya Kreines • Irit Barel Bassan • Irit Tamari • Hebrew Calligraphy Gallery, by Izzy Pludwinski - קליגרפיה עברית • Jenny Rafelson • בית האמנים בירושלים Jerusalem Artists' House • סדנת ההדפס ירושלים (Moshe Bezem, Sharon Polaokine, Maya Attoun) • Judith Yehudit Appleton • Judith Margolis • Julia Scherer • Kalidescope Press / Yigal Feliks (Igael Shemtov, Yosaif Cohain, Orit Siman Tov) • Karen Anavi • Khen Shish • Klone Yourself • Leora Cheshin Books • Leora Wise • Lihi Benyamin • Lucy Elkivity • Maayan Elikim • Mai Akad • Mamuta Art and Media Center (Hila Flashem, Adi Kaplan • בצלאל אקדמיה לאמנות ועיצוב ירושלים - Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design BFA 2019 • Maya Glaser • Maya Kedem • Merav Solomon • MIchael Ben Abu • Michal Biber Artist • Milcah Bassel • Mirta Kupferminc • Museum Eretz Israel (Adi Nes & Elie Shamir, Hannan Abu Hussein • Nadia Adina Rose • Nadia Adler • Nana Ariel (Permanent Vacation) • Nati Rondenberg • Niel Folberg • New Poetics of Labor / Nuevas Poéticas del Trabajo • Niv Cohen • Noam Noy • Nomi Bromberg • Nomi Tannhauser art • Nurit Gur- Lavy Art • Ofir Barak • Omri Livne • Oran Hoffmann • Oren Fischer • Oz Barak • Rafi Munz • Raw Art (Aviv Benn, Boyan, Eran Wolkowski, Keren Gueller, Michal Heiman) • Raya Manobla • Reouth Keren • Renan Harlap • Roni Aviv • Roni Ginosar • Rosenfeld Contemporary Art (Karam Sage, Liat Elbling, Tamir Tzadok) • Rotem of Qiryat Gat • Sarah L. Singer • Shai Zakai • שעיה - הוצאת ספרים Shaya Books • Shir Raz • Shira Bar • Shirel Safra • Sigalit Landau Salt Years • Sivan Lavie • Sonia Kazovsky • Studio of Her Own- סטודיו משלך • Tal Sofia • Tamar Lev On • Timna Hoch • Tomer Fruchter • Varda Carmelli • Veronika Draxler • Yaakov Israel • Yaara Zach • Yael Meiry Photography • Yemima Ergas Vroman • Yochai Avrami • Yundler Brondino Verlag / Guy Yanai • Yuval Avrami • Yuval Fleyshman •

SCHEDULE

OPENING RECEPTION

Wednesday, December 18, 2019, 19:00 - 23:00

19:00 Doors open

 

 

Thursday, December 19, 2019, 15:00 - 22:30

15:00 Doors open

ARTIST TALKS

An Simin

18:00-18:30, Hebrew

Description: Three different institutions will talk about their process of designing, producing, and selling artist books within the context of Jerusalem’s unique art scene.​

Sivan Lavie

18:30-19:00, English

Description: An artist talk about the artist’s latest project “Affirmational Sticker Book”. Lavie will discuss the potency of words and creating an inner-loving-parent in your head, and where they meet contemporary art + self-care.

Ikya Kreines

20:00-21:00, Hebrew

Description: The Hedgehog project is an artistic multidisciplinary project by Ilya Kreines. Hundreds of Hedgehog images in a variety of techniques and perspectives have been incorporated into the Encyclopedia of Hedgehogs (The Hedgehopaedia) for the sake of expanding the term "Hedgehog". The project is in between art and illustration, collecting and research, and also it touches the fields of game, obsession, animalism, and mass culture.

Friday, December 20, 2019, 10:00-14:00

10:00 Doors open

ARTIST TALKS

CY Frankel & Lonnie Monka

11:00-12:00, English

Description: Meaning•less #2 An interactive photography poetry event inspired by their co-authored artist’s book, “Punitive Marks of Creatureliness”. The event will include a collaborative writing experience with attendees; an improvised performance mixing images and poems.

Anat Propper and Noa Schwartz

12:00-12:30, Hebrew

Description: A short talk and reading from the book "Meeting Place" by the multidisciplinary artist Anat Propper Goldenberg. The book consists of ten new stories and poems by writers from Israel and abroad, written specifically for the book and translated into English. The initiative for the book stemmed from a desire to open the studio walls and invite other creators into it, who chose ten works of art that inspired them to write a new work. The book was designed by Noa Schwartz, who uses a lot of virtuosity in the reverberations of the same images, throughout the book's physical body, and produces poetry in the form of colors, shapes, lines, and dots. Both the artist and graphic designer will be present.

Hilla Ben Ari 

12:30-13:00, Hebrew

Description: An artist talk with Ben Ari, a multidisciplinary artist, deals with her work in the female body as a crossroads of social and cultural contexts. Ben Ari will discuss the relationship between the private and collective bodies and the connection between body and structure. The talk will take place inspired by the artist's book presented at the fair and will accompany a presentation of works in a variety of media: video, installation, sculpture, and print.

Sonia Kasovsky

13:00-13:30, Hebrew

Description: An artist talk with Ben Ari, a multidisciplinary artist, deals with her work in the female body as a crossroads of social and cultural contexts. Ben Ari will discuss the relationship between the private and collective bodies and the connection between body and structure. The talk will take place inspired by the artist's book presented at the fair and will accompany a presentation of works in a variety of media: video, installation, sculpture, and print.

Micaela Terk

13:30-14:00, Hebrew

Description: An artist talk with Ben Ari, a multidisciplinary artist, deals with her work in the female body as a crossroads of social and cultural contexts. Ben Ari will discuss the relationship between the private and collective bodies and the connection between body and structure. The talk will take place inspired by the artist's book presented at the fair and will accompany a presentation of works in a variety of media: video, installation, sculpture, and print.