The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. June 13th - August 20th
Aaron Ford · Anna Perach · Agnieszka Szczotka Camilla Emson · Daisy May Collingridge Isabel Garrett · Dean Moss · Haroun Hayward Irina Razumovskaya · Izaak Brandt Josephine Baker · Lydia Pettit · Oona Grimes Roei Greenberg · Sara Knowland · Sophie Barber Wilma Woolf · Xanthi Barker
Saturday 24th June – Sunday 2nd July 2023
Visits by appointment, please contact Antonia at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP and for directions
Baudoin Lebon Gallery, March 9 to 26, 2022
Opening on Wednesday March 9, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.
"Roei Greenberg, winner of the Photo Camera Clara"
The jury of the 2021 edition of the Photo Camera Clara Prize met to choose its new winner. This is the Israeli photographer Roei Greenberg for his series “English Encounters”.
We are extremely happy to finally bring back our Contemporary Israeli Art Salon after an extended break due to world events. This year, the salon will host established artists such as Ohad Matalon, Yifat Bezalel and Maya Gold next to emerging artists like Iddo Markus, Studio Reish and Roei Greenberg.
The show will be held in Hampstead at Ilana Wegrzyn’s house.
Invitation attached. Please contact us if you require any further information.
Kindly RSVP. We look forward to welcome you at our Salon,
Ilana, Keren and Sharon
Private View: March 10th, 19:00-22:00
Address: 9 Kidderpore Gardens, NW3 7SS
Participating Artists: Boaz Aharonovitch, Yair Barak, Ilan Baruch, Yifat Bezalel, Laetitia Boulud, Joseph Dadoune, Ilana Dotan, Maya Gold, Roei Greenberg, Merav Kamel & Halil Balabin, Yitzhak Livneh, Ohad Matalon, Iddo Markus, Ofri Marom, Karen Russo, Studio Reish, Ronen Sharabani, Sivan Sternbach, Jerry Shai Sarig, Tamir Sher, Guy Shoham and Gabriela Schutz.
UNBLIND | Book Publication | Launch Event
Saturday, March 12.2022 at 12:30 pm
The retrospective book UNBLIND mark the five-year anniversary of the Human Rights Photography Prize, Geneva
the book launch event will take place during the next edition of the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH), from March 3 to 14, 2022, at the Centre de la photographie Genève (CPG)
24.11.21 - 23.12.21
The tenth year of the international photography symposium culminated a series of cultural and educational events at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art at the UWB. Its central theme was time. One of the accompanying exhibitions "Boundaries: Time" can be seen in the Ladislav Sutnar Gallery in Pilsen until December 23, 2021
11.11.21 - 01.01.22
Two by Three
Exhibition to conclude first artists residency program at Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts
May 7th; 6-7.30 pm BST - The National Gallery - Online
"Life inside The Hay Wain"
Constable’s landscapes 200 years on
This is an online event hosted on Zoom // Please book a ticket to access the event. You will receive your link to access the event in your email confirmation // Bookings close one hour before the event // Please note, this is a live event. A recording will not be publicly available after the talk.
*** Right to Roam Journal now available ***
Happy to be amongst the contributors - A beautiful publication, Highly recommended!!
"Not only is this journal a discussion on the issues of the right to roam, it is also a measure of the strength of feeling and passion it arouses. Perhaps the most profound reflection we made as we looked through everyone’s work entered in the open call for content that led to this journal was a shared sense of common purpose. With over one thousand images and in excess of thirty thousand words entered it is clearly not a chip on the shoulder of a small minority, but something more profound, deeper, necessary for so many. The rights of some are taking away the rights of others. That is surely neither a healthy nor sustainable model for society.
This journal is our selection of the works submitted that we believe go a long way to representing the issues we’re addressing."
The Department of Visual Arts at Fordham University is pleased to present the Fordham Galleries Online third installment, Roei Greenberg: English Encounters. Every other week the gallery features a body of work by a contemporary artist, alternating with our Adjunct Faculty Spotlight Series, in which our talented adjuncts share samplings of their production with the Fordham community.
18 August 2020 to 22 August 2020 ll 11am-6pm
with fists, it kicks it bites! (Virtual Tour Available here)
The exhibition by the 2020 graduating students of the RCA MA Photography, will be divided across the physical gallery spaces of Edel Assanti, TJ Boulting and Webber Gallery, as well as the beautiful and historical location of The Fitzrovia Chapel.
Showing new work at Webber Gallery: 18 Newman St, London W1T 1PE. 🔥🔥🔥
16 July 2020 to 31 July 2020 (Public)
Uncanny Landscapes #3 - Roei Greenberg (July 30, 2020)
https://uncannylandscapes.podbean.com - New Uncanny Landscapes podcast episode with London-based Israeli photographer Roei Greenberg, whose work explores borders and boundaries, from the contested landscapes of the Israel-Lebanon border to the enclosures of the English picturesque.
Interview by Justin Hopper 🔥
Sunday 19th July - 11:00 GMT
As part of RCA 2020, there’s a series of artist talks organised by MA Photography @rca_ma_photography. I’ll be in conversation, on the 19th July at 11am, with Kate Bret-Day and Alexander Mourant. We’re delighted to have our talk chaired by Julia Crabtree.
Through this conversation, Katie Bret-Day, Roei Greenberg and Alexander Mourant, will traverse the nature of borders, and their relationship towards literal and metaphysical boundaries. They will consider the role of public and private spaces, ownership and territories, within the work of Greenberg; submit to a dissolution of the distinct, and question the nature of the liminal through Mourant; and expand out, to embrace a sense of cosmic interconnectedness, based on the contingent realities, and layers, proposed by Bret-Day. Together, they intend to shift registers, and in doing so, seek to grasp how internal and external landscapes are formed.