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Eventually We'll Die - Young Art in Israel of the 90s

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Works coordinated in advance- Don Ababrbanel mental Hospital, 1994 Photography
Eventually We'll Die - Young Art in Israel of the 90s
Curated by: Doron Rabina

4 Ha'banim St
46379 Herzliya
Israel
May 2nd, 2008 - November 1st, 2008
Opening: May 2nd, 2008 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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http://www.herzliyamuseum.co.il
COUNTRY:  
Israel
EMAIL:  
info@herzliyamuseum.co.il
PHONE:  
09-9551011
OPEN HOURS:  
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 10:00-14:00 Tuesday, Thursday 16:00-20:00 Sundays - closed
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Herzliya Museum
TAGS:  
photography, digital, installation, video-art, performance, modern, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

An exhibition titled “Eventually we’ll Die - Yong Israeli Art in the Nineties” opened recently in Herzliya Museum of contemporary art. The exhibition focuses on the idea of “Youth” that took over Israel in the nineties.

The group exhibition will reflect on events, issues and phenomena that Israel dealt with during the 90’s: The Oslo Accords, the Vision of a New Middle East, the Palestinian Uprising (Intephada), The Yitzhak Rabin murder, Identity Politics, Homosexuality, Feminism, Seinfeld, the Genome Project, Ecstasy, the First Gulf War, House, Britpop and Grange music, Demonstrations against the Globalization, Dana International etc.