Dorit Feldman | Reflective Geophilosphy
Jordan Faye Contemporary is pleased to have Towson University present an exhibition of Israeli Artist Dorit Feldman entitled, Reflective Geophilosophy.
Curated by J. Susan Isaacs, Professor of Art History, and Curator of the Center for the Arts and Holtzman MFA Galleries, Towson University.
On view: February 12 through March 20, 2016
Gallery Hours: Wed. - Fri. 12-6pm| Sat. 12-5pm| Sun. 1-4pm
Opening Reception | February 20, 2016, 6:00—9:00 pm
The curator will present a curatorial talk at 7:30 pm
The works in this exhibition were created by Israeli artist Dorit Feldman, a native and current resident of Tel Aviv. As a conceptual artist, her works emphasize the construction of unity from multiplicity. Feldman has presented over 30 solo exhibitions and participated in hundreds of group exhibitions in leading galleries and museums throughout Israel, Europe, and the U.S. and her work is in a number of public collections. Combining photographic images of archaeological, historical, and geographical sites, with quotations from ancient maps, Feldman produces elegant paintings and collages that address how time and place are interconnected.
Reflective Geophilosophy is connected to a larger show currently on view at the Center for the Arts Gallery, Towson University, entitled Visions of Place: Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art. Feldman has two works included in that exhibition, which comprises 52 works by 36 Israeli artists.
All works from the series Reflective Geophilosophy are from the collection of the artist and are for sale.