Tamar Hirschfeld:

Catalog design, 2019. Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Soft cover, 16×23 cm, 128 pp. Edited by Anat Danon Sivan

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.