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Hadassa’s Work in North Carolina

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Hadassa Goldvich’s work will be featured in “More Love” at the Ackland Art Museum! The exhibition, featuring the work of 33 established and emerging contemporary artists, is the first major exhibition to investigate the ways in which contemporary artists have addressed love as a political force, as a philosophical model for equitable knowledge exchange, and as social interaction within a rapidly changing landscape of technology and social media.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a fully-illustrated, 240-page catalogue, which will include materials by Hadassa Goldvicht, Yoko Ono, Gregory Sale, Janine Antoni, and Miranda July.

Click here for more details!

Public Opening Reception
Thursday, 31 January, 6:00-8:00 PM

Hadassa Returns to Poland

Monday, August 20th, 2012

Hadassa Goldvicht’s Writing Lesson series recently finished its run at the BWA SOKOL Gallery of Contemporary Art in Poland, but her work will be on display there again! From September 7 – October 7, Hadassa’s pieces, “Crystal glass migration. 1939-Present,” and “Attempts for a Clear and Exact Blueprint” will be a part of BWA SOKOL’s show VOID. Check it out, if you’re in Poland!

Hadassa Goldvicht in Jerusalem!

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Hadassa Goldvicht’s “The Lullaby Project” is on display at the Israel Museum, as a part of their “Good Night” exhibition! “Good Night” aims to peeks into the bedroom, exploring the different stages of sleep and the imagery associated with it, while also looking outdoors, illustrating the changes taking place at night in nature.

The exhibition opens March 30, 2012, and runs through January 31, 2013. More details can be found here.

The Israel Museum

Hadassa in Poland

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

For the first time, Fellow Hadassa Goldvicht’s Writing Lesson series (2005-2012) is on display in its entirety! Galicia, Mon Amour. Folly, Fantasy And Phantasm, curated by Danna Heller, attempts to present a mise-en-scene of situations that arise from considering the mythical aspects of the Eastern European region once known as Galicia.

Opening night is June 15th, and the exhibition runs through July 29th!

Two Fellows Featured in Online Exhibition

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Cohort II Fellow Hadassa Goldvicht and Cohort I Fellow Alina Bliumis (and her husband Jeff) both have their work featured this month, as part of an online art exhibition on Sh’ The exhibition explores the impact of ‘place’ on the production of culture, and displays the Bliumis’s Language Barrier, and Hadassa’s Honey Shower.

Click here to check it out!

Hadassa Goldvicht in Israel!

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

Hadassa Goldvicht’s 2012 piece “Kiss (devotion)” is on display at the Mishkan Le’Omanut/Museum of Art in Ein Harod, as a part of their Matronita: Jewish Feminist Art exhibition! This exhibit is the first time in that a museum in Israel has organized a major exhibition of Jewish feminist art, by women who come from a traditional Jewish background. If you’re in the country, don’t miss it!

Showing January 27, 2012 – April 13, 2012
at Mishkan Le’Omanut
Museum of Art, Ein Harod


Hadassa Goldvicht’s work in NYC

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

International Print Center of New York will present Published by the Artist, a benefit exhibition and sale of self-published editions by a varied host of printers, including Hadassa Goldvicht.

The works will be on view January 19th (6-8pm), January 20th (11am-6pm) and January 21st (11am-10pm). Click here for additional info.

Hadassa Goldvicht’s Songs for the Peacemaker in Philadelphia

Monday, October 17th, 2011

The exhibition, titled “Songs for the Peacemaker” acts as a meeting point of many of the themes Hadassa has worked with in the past few years. In her current work, Hadassa uses different forms of translation to negotiate with the limitations of language, as well as formulating a complex comment on the artist’s political role.

For more information, visit the gallery’s website.

HOME FELLOWS — Hadassa Goldvicht

Monday, August 16th, 2010

Hadassa Goldvicht

A multi-channel video composition drawing from Hassidic lingual rites of passage ceremonies, and revolving around the embossment of ritual in our bodies and daily gestures.

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Hadassa Goldvicht — fellows_grid_2010

Monday, August 16th, 2010