Michal Rovner's Perspective, displayed in the Oxford Street windows of Selfridges, is shown as part of the Crossrail art project and corresponds with the permanent work Transitions that Rovner is set to present at the Canary Wharf train station. There, the work deals with human motion in time and space, as it is presented in the lines of trains crossing the landscape. Here, at Selfridges, the place and the context are different. The work is presented as a triptych. On both sides of the triptyc
Curated by FuturePace, the innovative partnership between Pace gallery and Futurecity, Smart Art \ Smart Cities is a new exhibition exploring how the international group of FuturePace artists are directly engaging with our built environment to bring original ideas to our cities. The display will feature examples of urban projects realised in London and abroad as well as artistic short films edited by the studios, including JR, Studio Drift, Random International, Studio Swine, Michal Rovne
Pace artist Michal Rovner has been awarded the 2018 EMET Prize in Arts & Culture. The EMET Prize is an annual prize given for excellence in academic and professional achievements that have far reaching influence and significant contribution to society. The prize is awarded by the A.M.N. Foundation for the Advancement of Science, Art and Culture in Israel. “The EMET Prize is awarded to Michal Rovner for her outstanding pioneering achievements in the field of photography in the broad sense o
"The Situation" is an artistic collaboration between Israeli artists. Wishing to give a fresh view point to moments in reality that are not included in news coverage, to send out another voice—a voice of hope. Song by author David Grossman, video art by artist Michal Rovner, composed by Yoni Rechter, Hadag Nachash, Daniel Zamir and Berry Sakharof. "What is this song about? The situation we live in, what we have grown accustomed to calling "HAMATZAV" - The Situation. Hearts have har
Gray Matters opens May 20th at the Wexner Center for the Arts, and includes works by Pace artists Tara Donovan and Michal Rovner. The survey exhibition looks at the work of 37 contemporary female artists who have explored the practice of grisaille, a French term for working in shades of gray. The exhibiton will feature works from Donovan's latest series, Compositions (Cards), wall-mounted framed works in various sizes that explore stratification as both a sculptural technique and a means to c
Pace is pleased to annouce the inclusion of work by Tony Smith, Michal Rovner, and Song Dong in Art Basel 2017's Unlimited exhibition. Unlimited, curated by Gianni Jetzer, is Art Basel's exhibition platform for projects that transcend the classical art-show stand, including massive sculpture and paintings, video projections, large-scale installations, and live performances. Unlimited will run concurrently with Art Basel, from June 15 through 18, 2017, in Basel, Switzerland. Tony Smith, Source
Michal Rovner has created a signed, framed, limited-edition print in support of Women Wage Peace and their March of Hope. The artist says, "I was moved to witness, especially during these times, a growing movement embracing women from different ends of the political map and diverse parts of society, who believe that beyond the existing gaps and controversies it is important to sustain a dialogue of honor and friendship, and that it is possible to find a way to live in peace one next to the
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour interviewed Michal Rovner about the artist’s exhibition Panorama at Pace London. In the interview, Rovner discusses themes, techniques and images in the exhibition, the sociological undercurrents that inform her practice, and the role of artists. She says that artists can “give you another viewpoint, maybe a fresh viewpoint, of a reality.” The full interview is accessible here.
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