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TEL AVIV DESIGN FAIR

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This year we co-curated the first edition of “Fresh Design” which was taking place alongside the 6th edition of the “Fresh Paint Art Fair”in Tel Aviv, from May 21st to May 25th.
The fair showcased more then 50 Israeli designers with the will to create an Israeli forum for design. We built a completely new platform for Israeli designers, putting up a 1000 square meters tent next to the art fair, and in the Greenhouse, we showcased around 35 young promising designers.

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Interplay

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INTERPLAY highlights the works of 30 compelling contemporary Israeli artist, architects and graphic designers whose works explore the richness and complexity of both practices. The works will mix indistinctly, original pieces, special edition, films, and publications devoted to architecture and graphic design.
Those new works aim to re-examine the increasingly overlapping practices around a central urban theme. United by a shared impulse to explore the boundaries of the two disciplines and present the evident link by blending the different natures of collaboration. With a brut display, unpretentious, which will echo the assembly of the works.

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paper taste

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As a universal material, it is interesting to witness the different mediums and techniques used in paper to produce new and creative art and design. Paper, one of the most ancient and humble material is also probably the most accessible worldwide, probably the most common and consumed media and format for carrying information today…

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Handle with Care

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Introducing the exhibition of contemporary ceramic by 14 established and upcoming designers from Israel and abroad. The pieces on show express subjects and details of everyday life.
A departure from tradition, and the current conflict between ecology and consumerism. The word ‘ceramic’ comes from the greek word ‘keramos’
meaning pottery, it is related to an old sanskrit root meaning ‘to burn’.
Historically, man has desired to create living spaces which were beautiful, durable, and user friendly. With that in mind, ceramic has been made by man for 4000 years.
Beautiful tiled surfaces have been found in the oldest pyramids, the ruins of babylon, and ancient ruins of greek cities.
[drop_cap style="color:#00ffcc;"][drop_cap style="color:#00ffcc;"]S[/drop_cap]ince their origin, ceramic works have continually expanded the functional dimension of objects while also engendering ornamentation, sculpture and installation. However, ceramics extends beyond the ‘design of form’, its processes and the act of making fulfill an experiential need as well.
Ceramic production offers the designer the freedom to self-produce independent from industry.
The exhibition attempts to map a complex territory between ‘decorative’ art, sculpture and art display, within which many of them are parallel to each other.

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