Noa Charuvi in Exhibition: Unsettled:
Visual Arts

Noa Charuvi in Exhibition: Unsettled:

The Israeli artist Noa Charuvi, collaborates with Daria Irincheeva and Marina Sagona in a NY exhibition

This exhibition, featuring the artists Daria Irincheeva, Marina Sagona, and Noa Charuvi, explores the themes of memory, heritage, and the invaluable comfort of home. Irincheeva (Russian-American), Sagona (Italian), and Charuvi (Israeli), all live in New York and their work explores the legacies of family and country through depictions of landscapes.

The artists each explore their personal relationship to land; whether it be the Italian colonies in Libya, the more recent invasion of Ukraine, or the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine, the artists explore personal traumas and internal conflicts as the consequences of political and religious forces.

Irincheeva, Sagona, and Charuvi draw attention to the ways these imperial powers — their home countries — operate opportunistically for the benefit of the State–but not for their people.

Date and time

Jun 16, 2022
12:00 PM (UTC-4)

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New Collectors Gallery
New York, New York, United States

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