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Iaspis Kitchen Talk with Moran Kliger

Date: Tuesday June 20, 2017.
Time: 2 pm–3 pm.
Place: The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, the Residency Kitchen.
Address: Maria skolgata 83, 2nd floor, Stockholm.
Language: English.

Coffee will be served. Please note! Limited seats.
RSVP by June 19 to Annika Enqvist: ae@iaspis.se
 

Visual artist and Designer Moran Kliger (1981) lives and works in Tel Aviv (ISR). Her body of work is based mostly on figurative, narrative drawings, and consists of series in different techniques, that usually sprawled over a wide working area. She received her Bachelor with Honors from The Faculty of Art and Design at Shenkar Academic College, Israel (2007) and her Postgraduate from The Fine Arts Program, Ha’Midrasha Faculty of the Art, Beit Berl, Academic College, Israel (2013). Her works have been exhibited in various exhibitions in Israel and abroad including The Mishkan Museum of Art, Ein Harod (2017), The 6th Biennale for Drawing in The Jerusalem Artists' House (2016), Gordon Gallery in Tel Aviv (2015), The Museum of Fine Art- MoFA, Tallahassee, FL, USA (2015), “Fresh Paint 7 and 8”, Contemporary Art Fair in Tel Aviv (2014, 2016) and more. Her works are included in prominent collections. In April 2015 she won a full fellowship and participated in The Artist Residency Program “Fountainhead”, Miami Florida, US. Her exhibition Primates is Currently displayed at The Public Art Biennale “OpenArt”, Orebro, Sweden. These days she is working on her solo exhibition for Basis Gallery, Herzelia, Israel.

www.morankliger.com
Iaspis Kitchen Talks is a series of conversations aimed at art and design professionals and is intended as an informal meeting between various actors in the industry with the purpose of creating meetings between international artists and curators and the Swedish Visual and Applied Arts worlds.
 

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Left: Moran Kliger, Goldilock. Above: Moran Kliger, Gray Wolf.

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