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Virtual | The Contemporary Art Landscape in Israel, with curator Rotem Ruff
January 26, 2021 @ 10:00 am
10am ET | 9am CT | 7am PT
Join us for a live discussion with Tel-Aviv-based Rotem Ruff, Associate Director of Artis, who will present an overview of the contemporary art landscape in Israel, with an emphasis on major museums, mid-size art institutions, alternative spaces, and residencies.
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About Rotem Ruff
Rotem Ruff is the Associate Director of Artis, Tel Aviv and is Heading the Office of International Academic Affairs at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, where she is also a lecturer. During her decade-long stay in New York, she earned her B.A. and M.A. in Art History at Hunter College and held positions in various institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). In Israel, she worked as a curator at the Haifa Museum of Art and has organized public programs and curated numerous exhibitions in leading museums and various cultural venues.
Rotem is the co-founder and co-director of REACTIK, an International Erasmus+ Jean-Monnet Network, researching EU Cultural Diplomacy and Policy. Rotem served on the International Council of the renowned television series Art21, the Israeli Lottery Committee for the Arts, the International Exposure dance festival, and DocAviv film festival.
Artis is an independent nonprofit organization that supports contemporary artists from Israel whose work addresses aesthetic, social and political questions to inspire reflection and debate. Artis was founded in 2004 by philanthropist Rivka Saker with the goal of amplifying international recognition of artists from Israel. Starting off as a series of public events timed with New York’s Armory Show, the organization’s scope expanded to include programs that invest in artists and cultural exchange. We raise our annual budget without governmental funds through the generosity of individuals and foundations that share our values. Artis is based in New York and Tel Aviv.
Thank you to Michelle Perr from ArtTable’s New York Chapter, Hillit Zwick, Executive Director of Artis, and Rotem Ruff for organizing and participating in this program.
Image: Rotem Ruff
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