In this article A. Suissa describe the exhibition illustrating in a detailed way M. Kleidman way of painting and his works. The article has been written in Hebrew and published on the newspaper "Kol ha'ir" in 2003.
The picture shows the 5 metres long "ink" called “Etude Talmudique d’une vie interieure” Paris, 2002 (Chinese ink& on paper, 24 pieces -of 82x85 cm), realized as a mosaic of 24 parts.
Manuel Kleidman Exhibition Jerusalem Theatre Gallery October 1981 - January 1982
Elisa Venuti's insight:
Here's a rose of pictures took from one of the earliest exhibition of Emmanuel Kleidman. Painting, drawings, portraits realized by the artist during his first years in Israel, were hosted into the Jerusalem Theatre Gallery. Here it was exposed for the first time the "Rolls" series, works realized with colour pencils and chinese ink on accounting machine dispenser rolls.
There was showed too an interesting selection of anamorphic stories and puppets that the artist realized as a set designer and creator of costumes and puppets in the theatre Ha Karon.
This exhibiton took place in Israel, at the "AGAM" lounge of the International Convention Center (ICC) - Binyanei HaUma of Jerusalem (from march to june 2003). There were shown inks on paper of wide dimentions realized in Paris, in the study of the artist (15 boulevard Jules Ferrie). Black chinese ink, liquid rubber (masking gum) and time were the principal elements used by the author to put on paper his studies and visualizations. In these paintings he pays attention to the details. Every single object becames a subject worthy of note. En dramatisant the perspective
At ten years of distance, one of the painting showed at "Ink" ( “Etude Talmudique d’une vie interieure” Paris, 2002), is now to be showed at the National Ethnographic Museum Pigorini in Rome, Italy.
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