Tower of David Museum exhibition

Nylon #3 – a unique exhibition hosted by the Tower of David Museum and the Culture and Arts Division of Jerusalem municipality. The exhibition, focusing on contemporary art, included outstanding works of selected graduates of academic institutions of arts and design.
The uniqueness of the exhibition is its being held during nighttime, out in the open field of the Tower of David Museum, from dusk to dawn.
Of the 30 items that were included in the exhibition, Tamar got to present three large pieces, on the walls of the Tower of David. The pieces appeared in a formation that challenges the conventional display – out in the open, with different lighting, great space, and amidst the views of the old city of Jerusalem. In this one-of-a-kind atmosphere, the spiritual aspect is increased, stretching further the boundaries of art, and the personal connections between it and the beholder.
In addition to the role Tamar’s pieces played in the exhibition, the artist herself participated in a live-audience performance: Tamar was situated in a historic digging site in the area of the museum, where she created a new and original piece in front of the audience. Working in front of onlookers was greatly affected by the special and exciting atmosphere that was present at the scene, as well as taking an active role in shaping it.

Tamar Kalifon
Tamar Kalifon
Tamar Kalifon