An art catalog edited by Anat Danon Sivan
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel, 2019
Soft Cover, 16×23 cm, 128 pp.
Tamar Hirschfeld’s video and installation work shift between the tragic and the comic and examine issues of gender and the politics of identity and post-colonialism. Over the past decade, Hirschfeld has adopted a nomadic persona, wandering around with a sense of disquiet, gazing at marginal areas and weakened populations. The catalog captures her multi-media exhibition at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, featuring the main installation, video arts, drawing, alongside essays by Anat Danon Sivan and David Ohana.