Tamir Zadok: Art Undercover

Exhibition Overview


Boxers, Libya
Tamir Zadok, Boxers, Libya, 1940's, Black-and-white photographs from family album, reprint, 115 x 80cm

Tamir Zadok feaures his new video project Art Undercover, inspired by the story of Shlomo Cohen Abarbanel, a Mossad agent who studied art in Paris. In the 1950s he went on mission to Egypt, assuming the identity of a French painter named Charduval. The project and the exhibition raise questions about reciprocity between identity, art and biography. The exhibition also features previous and new works by Zadok.

(Photo: Tamir Zadok, Boxers, Libya, 1940's, Black-and-white photographs from family album, reprint, 115 x 80cm)

Exhibition Highlights


Boxers, Libya

Tamir Zadok

Boxers, Libya
Exhibition Highlights
Boxers, Libya

Tamir Zadok

Boxers, Libya, 1940s
Black-and-white photographs from family album, reprint, 115 x 80cm
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