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Opening Reception: 70.70.70. Israeli Artists in Santa Barbara

  • SBCAST 513 Garden Street Santa Barbara, CA, 93101 United States (map)

Opening Reception and Exhibition: 70.70.70. Israeli Artists in Santa Barbara

 Ariela Plotkin, The First Born, 2013

Ariela Plotkin, The First Born, 2013

Thursday, May 3rd 5:00 -8:00 pm
SBCAST, Studio D & E

Multiple Video artists' projections and works by Sally Krysztal Kramberg.

For the month of May, SBCAST hosts two Israeli artists in residence as part of the 70.70.70 exhibition. 

  • Sally Krysztal Kramberg, painter, video and performance artist, May 1-13.  Sally Krysztal Kramberg, lives and works in Tel-Aviv. Her work has been in museums and galleries from Israel to London, Los Angeles to Miami. Her work is edgy and interesting, with commentary on life that resonates with many. Her exhibition is titled: CHARIVARI, a look behind the circus.
    • Lecture: May 8th, 5:00-6:00 pm, with reception. 
    • Performance Piece: Saturday May 12, 6:00-7:00 pm, with reception.
  • Hila Laiser-Beja, metal and welding artist, May 14-29.

70.70.70. is a three-galleries exhibition of the works of Contemporary Israeli Artists, celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the State of Israel. Each gallery will have a selection of Israeli artists, curated by Sagi Rafael of Tel Aviv and Los Angeles, and Lynn M. Holley, of Santa Barbara. It is sponsored by the Squire Foundation.

 Liav Mizrahi, Untitled 3 (After Nahum Gutman), 2017, watercolor and drawing on paper, 29x21 cm

Liav Mizrahi, Untitled 3 (After Nahum Gutman), 2017, watercolor and drawing on paper, 29x21 cm

During the course of this multi-venue exhibition, lectures and artists talks will take place by various experts including, but not limited to, Israeli curator Sagi Refael. Dates, time and venues to be announced.

70.70.70 aims to expose the fascinating, innovative and less known scope of current artistic creations by Israeli artists. The exhibitions are initiated and curated by Sagi Refael, an Israeli art historian, author, curator and owner of Israeli Art in Los Angeles, and by  Lynn M. Holley, writer, resident curator at SBCAST and Art@theJCC, co-manager of GraySpace Gallery, and founder and director of the 3-Minute Film Festivals.

 Ohad Matalon, Desert View,  2011, 42x52 cm

Ohad Matalon, Desert View,  2011, 42x52 cm