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Interviews und Artikel

'Friday Feature Artist' Interview von Angela von 'Fiber Arts Take Two'
Artist portrait article Itamar Yehiel

"oh so free" Blog post

Interview for the lifestyle and design blog "oh so free"

Artist portrait article Itamar Yehiel

Article fo Art-Profile Art Magazine

Artist portrait article

article itamar yehiel

Frankfurter Rundschau

Article about the Discovery art fair, with Maple Leaf Cycle by Itamar Yehiel.

itamar yehiel

Interview with Itamar

Interview during ArtMuc Art Fain in Munich 2024

Interview by Fibre Arts Take Two

Itamar Yehiel: All From a Pebble

Interview by Fibre Arts Take Two

article itamar yehiel

Leipziger Volkszeitung

Article about the GRASSIMESSE art fair, Itamar Yehiel is mentioned.

article itamar yehiel

Müncher Merkur

Article about the ARTMUC art fair, with Maple Leaf by Itamar Yehiel.

Publication

'BiKUR'

'BiKUR'

2024
The Magazine for Visual Artist Rights
'Threads of Tommorow'

'Threads of Tommorow'

2024
ART EXHIBITION "THREADS OF TOMORROW" TRANSCENDS CONTEMPORARY CREATIVITY TO NEW HORIZONS ON ONLINE PLATFORM New Orleans, March 18, 2024 - The world of contemporary art is about to receive an injection of vitality and innovation with the launch of the long-awaited exhibition "Threads of Tomorrow." Under the meticulous curatorship of Rodrigo Franzao, this event of global proportions promises to challenge expectations and inspire a new era of artistic expression. Featuring an impressive lineup of 69 prominent artists representing 29 distinct countries, "Threads of Tomorrow" transcends the conventional by exploring the transformative potential of manual labor and human creativity. The carefully selected 148 artworks immerse viewers in a universe of textures, forms, and ideas, demonstrating the richness of artisanal tradition in a contemporary context. "This exhibition is not just a collection of artworks; it is a visual narrative that leads us from the past towards the future," says curator Rodrigo Franzao. "Each artwork is a testament to the power of art to transcend borders and connect cultures, inspiring reflections on our own identity and trajectory." "Threads of Tomorrow" is not content with being just another art exhibition; it is a manifesto for diversity, innovation, and the relentless pursuit of authenticity. The featured artists challenge established conventions, exploring new techniques, materials, and concepts to offer audiences a compelling vision of what the future of art may hold. "We are honored to bring this incredible showcase of creativity to a global audience through our online platform," says Rodrigo Franzao, curator of the event. "We believe that 'Threads of Tomorrow' will not only enrich the experience of art enthusiasts but also foster new dialogues and inspire fresh ways of thinking." The "Threads of Tomorrow" exhibition will be available for online viewing from April 1st to May 30th, 2024. For more information and to access the exhibition, visit museutextil.com. Jornalist: Luiz Carlos de Oliveira
'BIEN 2023'

'BIEN 2023'

2023
Textile Art Biennial The Textile Art Biennial BIEN 2023 connects four Slovenian cities: Kranj, Škofja Loka, Jesenice, and Nova Gorica. The central theme of this year’s art event is the “Sun”. Myth, legend, the sacred. The one that creates shadows. The key element of our decline and survival. Energy and source. The reason for socializing, meeting, and creating textile art together. Art and community. Creating meanings and practices of textile culture, where repetition and duration are inseparably linked. We invite you to explore slow art. Let the biennial exhibitions be both an inspiration and a warning. Its art projects explore the dangers brought by the growing environmental and climate crisis, while also emphasizing the pleasant qualities of warmth, growth, and support emanating from our brightest star, the only one we see during the day. Growth and degrowth, as ultimate consequences of our ambivalent relationship with the Sun, are at the forefront of BIEN 2023 exhibition projects, workshops, talks, and events. Let it shine. Zala Orel
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