Recent Books and Academic Publications

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Je t’aime, Ronit Elkabetz | Exhibition Book

Curator and Catalog Editor: Ya’ara Keydar
Design: Kobi Franco and Zohar Koren

240 pages, paperback

The book, published with the opening of the exhibition, includes six original articles that were written especially for the Exhibition, and gathers pictures of Ronit Elkabetz from her cinematic career as an actress, screenwriter and director, along with personal photographs, professional images and modeling images – from the early 1990’s and throughout her career.

The articles that appear in the catalogue in Hebrew and English deal with cinema, fashion design, gender, feminism, politics and other subjects by looking at Elkabetz’s extensive work and career. Included in the book are “Dreams from Ronit Elkabetz’s Wardrobe” an essay by curator Ya’ara Keydar, a personal essay by the exhibition artistic director Shlomi Elkabetz and an artistic biography by Yigal Nizri, as well as essays by Zohar Elmakias, Shula Keshet and Raya Morag.

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A Walk of Art: Visionary Shoes | Exhibition Book

Curator and Catalog Editor: Ya’ara Keydar
Design: Studio Re-Levant
Executive Director: Udi Urman, Friends of Bezalel

160 pages, hardcover

Is a shoe a work of art? Is a shoe that cannot be walked in still a “shoe”? Through more than 60 extraordinary examples, all created by the distinguished alumni and students of Israel prestigious academy – Bezalel, the book “A Walk Of Art” treads the line between art and fashion. Thanks to their iconic shape, loaded history, and symbolism, shoes have become the ideal objects through which to evaluate these questions, to break the perceived boundaries of design and to transform shoes into objects of significance in their own right. The book includes an academic curatorial essay on the history of extreme shoes, and explores the relationship between the art and fashion worlds through shoes.

 
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