Menashe Kadishman

Menashe Kadishman was born in Tel Aviv in 1932 and he lived and worked in Tel Hashomer for many years before his death in 2015. Among his one-man shows we recall here: Haifa Auditorium, Haifa (1994); Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv (1994); Artists' House, Tel Aviv (1995); Beer Sheba Visual Art Center (1997); National Gallery of Art, Beijing (1997); De Beyrd, Breda (1998); Roemer-una Pelizaeus- Museum, Hildesheim (1998); Guang Dong Art Museum, Guangzhou (1998); National Gallery of Fine Arts, Bankok (1998); Guan Shanyue Museum, Shenzen (1998); Suermondt Ludwig Museum, Aachen (1999); Singapore Art Museum (1999); Tel Aviv Museum of Art (1999); Frans Halmuseum, Haarlem (2000); Fortezza Savolinna, Helsinki (2000); Philbrook Museum of Art, Oklahoma (2001); Beit Kener, Rishon Lezion, Israel (2001); Jewish Museum, Berlin (2002); Hamud Elkara Gallery, Daliat Al Carmel, Israel (2003); Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art (2005); Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery, Rome (2008).  
Among his many permanent public artworks we recall here those at LeHigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC; Jewish Museum, Berlin; Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY.

For more information: www.kadishman.com



Events

Menashe Kadishman: Luce del Mattino
08.07.1994

Casapeppe and Campo degli Olivi; Temporary exhibition by Menashe Kadishman entitled Luce del Mattino. Presentation by Stefania Gori and Miranda B. MacPhail.