faces: inside and out




the summer holidays are almost at an end, and this weekend took us to another exhibition - faces: inside and out at the eretz israel museum in tel aviv.

"What does a face tell us about the character of its owner? Why is one person considered handsome and another ugly, one funny and one frightening? This is a fascinating, colorful and surprising exhibit dealing with the enigma of the human face through masks, art, mysticism, Kabbalah, identikits, objects and studies of the human face."




shir hanna - ali babot


ruth schloss - old age




it was a fun and interesting experience - learning more about the thoughts and meanings behind the face through different mediums.


4 comments:

shari said...

thanks for sharing this exhibit, julie. i wish i could see it in person. xo

babelfish said...

Those masks are scary, but I love shir hanna's work, so wonderfully expressive!

lisa s said...

interesting that you post this when i'm thinking about doing a class on portraits.... :)

have a great weekend!

Handmade in Israel said...

What a wonderful exhibtion! Tell us when you are going to the next one, please!