Why Do Cockroaches Die on Their Backs?
organized with Eran Nave
August 30, 2018
Shocken 6 St. Tel Aviv, IL
Press Release (HE)
Press Release (EN)
Participating artists:
Yossi Assouline, Yaron Attar, Avner Ben-Gal, Roni Doron, Sharon Fadida, Amir Givon, Ido Gordon, Omer Halperin, Uriel Hartov, Elad Larom, Tamir Lichtenberg, Shir Moran, Eran Nave, Netally Schlosser, Ester Schneider, Pearl Schneider, Yanai Segal, Asaf Setti, Lior Shachar, Ishai Shapira Kalter, Vered Shiloni, Ori Sindel, Keren Taggar, Oded Yaakov, Shahar Yahalom, Alexandra Zuckerman   
Shir Moran, Midnight
Markers on Synthetic Rug
50 x 50 cm
Lior Shachar, Untitled
Acrylic on Air-Dry-Clay
27 x 27 cm
Amir Givon, Diploma
Markers and Pen on Two Envelopes
42 x 29.7 cm
Tamir Lichtenberg, Just Keeping Moving On
Gesso, Oil, Acrylic and Paper on Canvas
50 x 40 cm
Omer Halperin, Ruti
Charcoal on Paper
71 x 56 cm
Netally Schlosser, Cat Crown
Oil on Canvas
60 x 40 cm
Oded Yaakov, Payphone
Oil on Canvas
60 x 50 cm
Avner Ben-Gal, Nigeria
Acrylic on Canvas
40 x 50 cm
Ido Gordon, Untitled
Oil on Styrofoam, Magnets
57 x 55 cm
Ester Schneider, Key Lady
Oil on Canvas
50 x 30 cm
Ishai Shapira Kalter, (Starkist) Module No. 34
Povidone-Iodine, Tar, Smoke, Soot, Charcoal, Polyvinyl Acetate Adhesive, Industrial Strength Adhesive, Plywood, Polycarbonate, Aluminum Plate, Xerox Print on Polyester Stickers, Canvas, Staples, Screws, DC Brushless Cooling PC Computer, 5V Wire Pins, AA Battery Holders, AA Duracell Batteries, Galvanized Steel and Mosquito Net
87 x 49 x 2 cm
Ori Sindel, Humble Cat
Pen on Paper
40 x 30 cm