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Posts tagged as 'Paradigma Gallery'

Israeli designer Ezri Tarazi's latest show, 'Kaleb', uses furniture and the domestic sphere to examine notions of security and anxiety

Israel, in its modern incarnation, has been in the unenviable position of growing up against a military backdrop. Indeed, this is a country where military and civilian life are anything but discrete.


The Paradigma Gallery, fast establishing a reputation for showing some of the best concept-led design work from Israel's growing design scene, has played host to an exhibition entitled 'Pâte Feuilletée'

Ancient city. Contemporary design practice. Jerusalem’s inaugural week-long design festival foregrounds once more Israel’s conceptually confident and steadily growing design scene.

Everyone’s doing it. As design as a recognisable commercial and cultural activity continues to grow globally, eminently marketable and endlessly consumable, city after city seems to be launching a design week. Jerusalem is no exception. 25 November to 4 December sees the first Design Week in Jerusalem (with its interesting syntax), organised by the Jerusalem Center for Design, which features the types of events you’d expect from such a festival: a conference, an exhibition, a design competition and, naturally, the obligatory closing party.


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