November 6th to 23rd

Ilse Bing

Ilse Bing, called also the Queen of Leica, is an avant-garde photographer and a pioneer of photojournalism. Close to the Bauhaus by abstraction, to surrealism by poetry and to the modernist movement called New Vision by attention to geometry, her work includes portraits, fashion, architecture and landscapes. With Brassaï, Man Ray, Florence Henri and Dora... read more >

November 6th to 23rd

Carl Strüwe

In the mid-1920s, Carl Strüwe (1898-1988), a self-taught photographer and microscope enthusiast, fascinated by the scientific works of Ernst Haeckel and Heinrich Schenk, founded his own artistic genre, microphotography. In 1926, he made a simple black and white shot of the section of a whale’s buccal bone, entitled White on gray in suspension. He often... read more >

July 26, 2019


Khen Shish (Safed, 1970) is of Israeli-Tunisian decent artist. She received her MFA at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem (1997-1999). Shish works in a wide range of techniques: paintings, drawings, collage, wall paintings and installations. Her works have been exhibited in leading museums and galleries in Israel and abroad and being included... read more >