Château Cramirat Collection

In the early 2000s, a series of unique exhibitions called “Perek” (Hebrew for Joint) showcased young emerging artists fresh out of art academy. Fast forward 25 years later, these artists became celebrated figures in their field, and the two catalogs we created for their exhibitions mark their leaping point, far in the past, where it all began for them.

Perek 1. Avivit, showcased artists Avner Ben-Gal and Ohad Meromi, who collaborated to create an artistic and conceptual environment by combining several art forms such as drawing, sketching, sculpture, video, and music.

Ben-Gal, Avner, Meromi, Ohad; Zalmona, Yigal (curator); Alexander, Dan (catalog design). Perek 1. Avivit. Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 2002.

Dan Alexander chateau cramirat collection
Dan Alexander chateau cramirat collection
Dan Alexander chateau cramirat collection
Dan Alexander chateau cramirat collection

Perek 4. A Doll’s House, showcased artists Karen Russo, Irina Birger, Ruti Nemet, and Zoya Cherkassky, each creating an environment that reflects their real and imagined lives through installations that apply various photographic techniques, video, soundtrack, and sculpture.

Russo, Karen, Birger, Irina, Nemet, Ruti, and Cherkassky, Zoya; Shapira, Sarit (curator); Alexander, Dan (catalog design). Perek 4. A Doll’s House. Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 2000.

Dan Alexander chateau cramirat collection
Dan Alexander chateau cramirat collection
Dan Alexander chateau cramirat collection
Dan Alexander chateau cramirat collection

The Château Cramirat Collection is a treasure trove of art and design housed in a 12th-century Templar landmark in the Valley of Mankind, Périgord, France.

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