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Between Intimacy
and Solitude


Solo exhibition by Noam Palombo


Quartet Gallery, Tel Aviv (2019)

The exhibition raises questions on revealing and concealing, guilt, acceptance and compassion, shedding a light on the gap between the ability to open up, identify and give in, and the great fear of getting lost and losing.

It uses coded texts in binary language, manually printed using linocut, offering an emotional reading of the impressions formed in the coding process, alongside the possibility of decoding it. Out of this binary language, which represents more than anything else a dichotomous state of mind, rises a human reading.



Group exhibition, in collaboration with BUSH collective


Binyamin Gallery, Tel Aviv (2019)

The ultimate divider in architecture in general and art exhibition design in particular, drywall serves as a foundation to discuss the constant separation, division, definition and designation of territories.

The exhibition raises questions on the liminality of gender and space, physical division and constraints and their political significance, and the space as an independent body.


Artists: Yael Meiry, Karam Sage, Layla Nk, RoteMeyers Darling, Jenet Belay, Omri Goldzak, Nasreen Wahidi, Gilad Jerusalmy.


Omri Goldzak


Omri Goldzak,


Group exhibition, in collaboration with BUSH collective

Alfred Cooperative Institute for Art & Culture, Tel Aviv (2019)

An interchange, which uses grade separation to divide and connect roads, isn’t binary or dichotomous, but creates a fluid space, which inherently leads to another road, one of several to choose from.

Queer identity, much like an interchange, enables fluidity and dynamic explortion. The exhibition uses this metaphor to discuss the spectrum and multiplicity of human identity.


Artists: Jafra Abuzoulouf, Rachel Anyo, Yuval Atzili, Basma Bader, Roni Ben Porat, Boaz Barkani, Or Gross, Shir Handelsman, Eden Yilma, Inbal Cohen-Hamo, Dana Friedlander-oren, Dorin Amitzur, Omry Hefetz, Uri Karin, Dana Naim Hafouta.


Uri Karin


Group exhibition, in collaboration with BUSH collective

TLV LGBTQ Center, Tel Aviv (2019)

A spectrum entails continuous and uninterrupted existence, but also a mix of individual items connected by a common ground; the similarities are the basis for a spectrum, while the differences make it possible. In that sense, a community is a sort of a spectrum, where each individual can find a place.

The continuation of a community into its stories, and particularly its art, fosters an intricate interim space, which affects both the community, its expansion and reformation, and its art, the media and the stories that are granted space and platform.

Artists: Rotem Sarid, Hayah Sheps - Avtalion, Niv Fridman, Daniella Meroz, Gal Tamir, Einav Zeichner, Assaf Hinden, Netta Shalev, Eliana Weinberger, Noa Simhayof Shahaf, Omri Goldzak, Tamir Chen, Sahar Tafish, Meyt Sherf, Eden Rabi, Adi Shaham, Michal Meg, Basma Bader.


Eliana Weinberger


Basma Bader


Daniella Meroz


Noa Simhayof Shahaf


Sahar Tafish


Noa Simhayof Shahaf

Light Pollution

Group exhibition, in collaboration with BUSH collective

Nightlight TLV festival, Hagra Community Centre, Tel Aviv (2018)

Light pollution describes excess, misdirected or massively useless artificial light, which affects the night’s sky. This exhibition explores these artificial lights, created by various agents of the establishment.


We’ve been taught to regard these lights as means to establish a safe space, but in fact they represent repressive, polluting power structures.

Artists: Ayelet Raziel, RoteMeyers Darling, Alina Orlov, Faina Feigin, code_NSJ: Norelle Milder, Shani Osher Alezra, Julia Barash,Mor Katzman, Noa Shahaf, Keren Drechsler, Netta Dror, Itamar Stamler, Noga Rozman, Dan Robert Lahiani, Hanna Ashuri.


Noa Simhayof Shahaf


Noa Simhayof Shahaf

Corridor Talk

Group exhibition, in collaboration with BUSH collective

Pasáž, Tel Aviv (2018)

The exhibition examines the hallway as an architectural element that signifies passage and echoes a process of identity transformation.


The display site, at the Pasáž – a modest commercial center by day and an underground club by night – calls into question the use of intermediate spaces, and the movement and transformation they involve.

Ayelet Raziel, Karam Sage, Layla Nk, Sivan Elirazi, Tamar Roded Shabtay, Tseela Greenberg, Eran Evan, Yael Meiry, Erez Moshe Amit, Eti Levi, Dvora Morag, Tal Oz, Alex Farfuri, Nitzan Krimsky,  Faina Feigin, Shir Hakim, Shir Newman Omri Goldzak.

כרם נטור, רוח הקודש, רישום דיגיטלי.JPG

Karam Sage


Omri Goldzak


Eti Levi


Dvora Morag

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