Boaz Aharonovitch

by Elinor Lazar | 01.04.16

What amazes us the most when looking at the art of Boaz Aharonovitch, is the great detail and the different perspectives on vision that he establishes. The Israeli Artist manages to create an image of reality that somehow remains abstract. He examines photography, its power and the limits of this complex medium.

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Combining historic and his own fictional photographs, Aharonovitch takes them away from their original context and turns them into unique artworks. You can see the exploration of possibilities to produce a universal and ultimate image, as well as the attempt to hold on to time and space.

Aharonovitch’s exhibition Pale Blue Dot, is currently running at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Until May 28, viewers get a chance to experience photography on a whole new level.

Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Shaul Hamelech Blvd 27, Tel Aviv. Opening Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday 10.00-18.00, Tuesuday, Thursday 10.00-21.00, Friday 10.00-14.00, Sunday CLOSED.


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