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Bibliography and Webography

Bibliography and webography

Catalogues, academic publications and articles

– Katherine Williams & Josh Ryder (Curators), “LandEscape meets Ariane Littman”, in: LandEscape Contemporary Art Review, 2017, p.180-213, https://issuu.com/landescapeartpress/docs/landescapeartreview_-_special_issue/180 

Blouin Gallery Guide, “Ariane Littman: Healing”, The Delaware Center for The Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, October 2015, p.74-75

– Weschler Laurence,”Arbor ardor, tales of controversy amid sylvan splendour”, in: Artenol, Fall 2015, p. 8-15, http://www.artenol.org/phone/lawrence-weschler.html

-Rosenberg Martin and Isaacs J. Susan, Visions of Place, Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art, Exhibition cat., Rutgers – Camden and Towson Universities, October 2015, p.36-37; 78-79 http://www.israelivisionsofplace.com/interventions.html; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qoA2llPxm0

– “The Way of the Keffiyeh: High Fashion, Baked Goods, and “Israelization” in Palestine Square- Art.Square, The Blog for the Institute for Palestine Studies, 08.18.2015

http://blog.palestine-studies.org/2015/08/18/the-way-of-the-keffiyeh-from-high-fashion-baked-goods-and-israelization/

– “Erasure”, in: Filler, Sara (ed.), Broadband, A place for photography, vol.7, blog published by the Department of Photographic Communications at Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem, July 29 2015, p. 64-75 and back cover, (Hebrew)

– Littman, Ariane: “Alternative Ways of Mapping the Wound or Symbolic Borderities”, in: Amilhat-Szary, Anne-Laure and Giraut, Frédéric (eds.): Borderities and the Politics of Contemporary Mobile Borders, PALGRAVE MACMILLAN, 2015: 259-268, 

– Scheflan Katsav, Hadara, “Re-representation – critical art and the return of the repressed”, in: Markowska, Anna (ed.), Politics of the Erasure from the “damnatio memoriae” to alluring void, Conferences and Studies of the Polish Institutes of World Art Studies, Vol. XIII, Polish Institutes of World Art Studies & Tako Publishing House, Warsaw-Torun, 2014: 91-96, 

– * Heara, Independent Art in Jerusalem at the Beginning of the 21st Century, Eidelman, Ronen; Sala-Manca (eds.), Jerusalem June 2014

-Lehec, Clémence, “Fabriquer du paysage, une expérimentation artistique et géographique autour du mur de séparation à Jérusalem et Bethléem”, École Normale Supérieure de Lyons, Master “Lettres, Arts, Sciences Humaines et sociales”, Mémoire de M2, soutenu le 20 juin 2014: 81-91

– Levine , Angela, “ No Man’s Land at Jerusalem’s Artists’ House”, Midnight East, 23 June 2014

– Shek, Marie, No Man’s Land, exhibition cat., Jerusalem Artists’ House, 2014: 32-34

– Wecker, Menachem: “Even trees can be political”, The Jewish Daily FORWARD, issue of May 23, 2014

– Rosen Rhoda, Encounters at the Edge of the Forest, exhibition cat., School of Art & Art History, University of Illinois at Chicago, May 2014

– Chauvin Jean-Robert, “Dieu, poste restante”, in abcdetc.mondoblog.org, 21.04.2014, http://abcdetc.mondoblog.org/2014/04/21/dieu-poste-restante/#comment-54899

– Dr. Martegani, Fiammetta “Revealing the Concealed”, P8 Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, March 2014

– Pr. Amilhat-Szary, Anne-Laure, “L’artiste passe-muraille?” in EspacesTemps.net,Works, 19.11.13, http://www.espacestemps.net/en/articles/lartiste-passe-muraille-2/

– Maymanah Farhat, “Precarious Symbolism: When the Political Sphere Overshadows Art History”, in Art Journal Vol. 72, No. 1 (Spring 2013): 95

– Professor Regulska Joanna, “What is the meaning of borders?” Lecture at Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Galleries, Douglass Library, Rutgers University, Oct 2012

– “Artist Statement in Visibility and Visuality Artists” in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, www.signsjournal.org, Nov 2012

Brodsky Judith K.  & Olin Ferris, The Fertile Crescent, Gender, Art, and Society, published by The Rutgers University Institute for Women and Art, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2012

A5 Magazine Jerusalem issue, published in cooperation with Jerusalem Season of Culture 2011, p.09

Evergreen, Exhibition cat., Friedman Ayana (ed.), Beit Avi Hai 2011 (Hebrew/English), pp.32-35

– Irus Braverman, Planted Flags, Trees, Land, and Law in Israel/Palestine, Cambridge University Press, 2009

Ahuzim, between Poetics & Politics, in Manofim – Opening of the Art Season, September 2009, Jerusalem, p. 27

– Irena Gordon, Body and Shadow, Artists of the Artists’ Studios, The Jerusalem Foundation 2009

– Nocturnal Stillness, Reuven Zahavi, Ariane Littman-Cohen, Niv Ben-David, The New Gallery Teddy Stadium, Jerusalem, text by Dana Arieli-Horowitz, April 2008 (English/Hebrew)

-Visual Israeliness, Exhibition in the Framework of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Association for the Israel studies, The Dorothy de Rothschild Open University Campus, Raanana, June –July 2007, Curator: Dr. Alic Mishori, pp.26-28, 72,73,75 (English/Hebrew)

– Creating Art, Promoting Change: Works by Jewish Women, The Calendar 2007-2008, Project of the Hadassah-Brandeis University and Brandeis University, USA

– Offering Reconciliation, Catalog of the exhibition at the Ramat Gan Museum, organized by The Bereaved Families Forum for Peace, 2006 (Hebrew/English)

– Lights in Literature, Art and Jewish Thoughts, Editors: Emily D. Bilski, Amitai Mendelson, Avigdor Shinan, printed 2005 (Text by Gideon Ofrat, pp. 212-227) (Hebrew)

– Jewish Feminism in Israel, Some Contemporary Perspectives, Edited by Kalpana Misra and Melanie S. Rich, Brandeis UPNE 2003, pp.148-149

– (H) Earat Shulayim 6 – Maps. Roads & Souvenirs, 2003, pp. 8-9 (Hebrew)

– Religion, Art and War, Salon des Arts, London, 2003

Scar, Hannan Abu Hussein, Ariane Littman-Cohen, Khen Shish, The New Gallery, Jerusalem, 2003 (Hebrew)

– Cheryl Harper and Tami Katz Freiman, LandEscapes, Multi-Site Exhibition of -Contemporary Israeli Art, The Gershman Y, The Center for Arts and Culture, Philadelphia, U.S, 2002

The Boundaries of Sculpture, Israeli Sculpture Between Art, Science and Technology,
The Open Museum in Tefen and Omer and the Gallery at Ben Gurion University of the Negev 2002

– Rona Sela, White Land, The Artists House, Jerusalem, 2001 (Hebrew/English)

– Hedva Shemesh, Wasteland, The New Gallery, Jerusalem, 1999 (Hebrew/English)

– Ilan Wizgan, Art Focus 3, International Biennal of Contemporary Art, Jerusalem, 1999, p.61 (Hebrew/English)

– Ilan Wizgan, In the Name of the Land, In the Name of the Lord, Art and Realities in Jerusalem, The Artists House, Jerusalem, December 1998 (Hebrew)

– Larry Abramson, Gannit Ankori, Sara Hinski, Twelve Artists from Bezalel: Graduates of the Bezalel Program for Young Artists, Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design Jerusalem, 1998 (Hebrew/English)

– Jill Snyder, Between Beauty and Destiny, Three Generations of Israeli Art, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, September 1998

– Susan T. Goodman, After Rabin: New Art from Israel, The Jewish Museum, September 1998

– Renate Buschman, Junge Kunst Aus Israel, Ministerium fur Wirtshaft und Mittelstand, Technologie und Verkehr, Dusseldorf, 1998 (German/English)

– A.Abramson, G.Ankori, S.Mansour, J.Persekian, Eds. Mobile Seminar, Al-Hakim Press, Nazareth, 1997 (English)

– Gannit Ankori, Jack Persekian, Home, Gallery Anadiel, in: Sharing Jerusalem, ed. Amneh Badran, Daphna Golan, Jack Persekian, May 1997

– Florent Bex & Jan Fonce, Out of Senses, MUKHA, Antwerpen, 1997, pp. 18, 20, 73-83 (Flemish/English)

– Yudit Matskel, Hadara Sheflan-Katsav, Oh Mama, The representation of Motherhood in Israeli Contemporary Art, The Museum of Israeli Contemporary Art, Ramat-Gan, 1997 (Hebrew/English)

– Dr. Gannit Ankori, Where Nought and all are One, in A Voyage into the Sublime, Herzliya Museum of Art, 1997 (Hebrew/English)

– Rachel Sukman, Station Transformation, Terminal No.3, February 1997 (Hebrew/English)

– Art Focus, Contemporary Art in Israel, 1996, Special Supplements Department, Ha’aretz, 18.11.96-18.12.1996 (Hebrew/English)

– Susan Landau, Marks: Artists Work Throughout Jerusalem, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem 1996 (Hebrew/English)

– Tami Katz-Freiman, Amy Cappellazzo, Desert Cliche, Israel Now- Local Images,
Israeli Forum of Art Museums and the Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida, 1996, pp.25, 30, 46-48, 83 (Hebrew/English)

– Nella Cassouto, Long Memory, Short Memory, The City Gallery for Contemporary Art, North Carolina, 1996, (Hebrew/English)

– Nella Cassouto, Virgin of Israel and Her Daughters, The Artist’s House, Jerusalem, March 1995 (Hebrew/English)

– Hedva Shemesh, Sculpture – Installation 95, Israel Festival, Jerusalem Culture Dept. Jerusalem Municipality, 1995, Text: Ariane Littman-Cohen, Jaffa Sunshine, April 1995 (Hebrew/English)

– Nella Cassouto, Woman’s Time, The Artist’s House, Haifa, 1994

– Gideon Ofrat, Tel Hai 94, Art Focus, Contemporary Israeli art 1994, 4 x 5, Oct.-Nov., 1994, p. 5

– Rona Sela, 90-70-90, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, 1994 (Hebrew/English)

– Tami Katz-Freiman, Tamar El-Or, Meta Sex 94, Identity, Body & Sexuality, Museum of Art, Ein Harod; Bat-Yam Museum, 1994, pp.80-81,131-133, (Hebrew/English)

– Ariella Azoulai, Export Surplus, Bograshov the Street, Bograshov Gallery, Art Focus 1994

– Rahel Sukman, Hadass Ma’or, Terminal 3, Station Transformation, Feb.1997

– Rona Sela, The Range of Realism, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 1993

– Ariela Azoulai and Michal Heiman, Third Person, Bograshov Gallery, Camera Obscura, 1993

– Gideon Ofrat, In the Forest of Bograshov, Bograshov Gallery, 1992 (Text for the exhibition: Nature Morte, Hebrew)

 

Articles

– Haim Maor, T.N.T. or A.R.T? Terror or Art, in Arts and Literature, Kibbutz Trends, No. 43/44, Yad Tabenkin, Winter 2001, pp. 31-35

– Sigal Barkai, Roots of Alienation, Panim, Magazine on Culture, Society and Education, nb. 6, July 1998, pp. 109-114

– Milly Heyd, Jerusalem: Anti-Myth, in The Real and the Ideal Jerusalem in Jewish, Christian and Islamic Art, Jewish Art, vol. 23/24, 97-98, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, edited by Bianca Kuhnel, pp.597-99

– Mishkafaim, No. 31, Earth, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Dec. 1997, p. 46

Publications

See texts in web site

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, Correspondence, 1998, in Wasteland, The New Gallery, “Teddy” soccer stadium, Jerusalem, 1999

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, Museum Insel Hombroich, in Terminal 9, a review of contemporary art, Rahel Suckman Ed., February 1999,  p. 16-19

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, A Personal Note, in Terminal 7, Rahel Suckman Ed. March 1998, p.26

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, Water from Eden, in Junge Kunst Aus Israel, Ministerium fur Wirtshaft und Mittelstand, Technologie und Verkehr, Dusseldorf, 1998

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, A priviledged Space in Terminal 4, June 1997, Rahel Suckman Ed., p.24

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, Tableaux, in  Mobile Seminar, A.Abramson, G.Ankori, S.Mansour, J.Persekian, Eds., Al-Hakim Press, Nazareth, 1997

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, A Voyage into the Sublime in A Voyage into the Sublime, Herzliya Museum of Art, 1997

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, Virgin of Israel and Her Daughters, in  Long Memory, Short Memory, The City Gallery for Contemporary Art, North Carolina, 1996, pp.30-31

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, Temporary Observation Point in Marks: Artists Work Throughout Jerusalem, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem 1996, pp. 10-11, 25

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, Virgin of Israel and Her Daughters, The Artist’s House, Jerusalem, March 1995

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, Jaffa Sunshine, April 1995 in Sculpture – Installation 95, Israel Festival, Jerusalem Culture Dept. Jerusalem Municipality, 1995

– Ariane Littman-Cohen in Woman’s Time, The Artist’s House, Haifa, 1994

– Ariane Littman-Cohen, Mother and Daughter 1963, 1994, 90-70-90, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, 1994

 

Selected Foreign Reviews

–  Menachem Wecker, Even Trees Can Be PoliticalThe Jewish Daily FORWARD, issue of May 23, 2014

– Felix Rettberg, Was war da los Frau Littman, Der Spiegel,(Szene), Nr. 36/6.9.10, p.60

– Art, das Kunstmagazin, November 2010, p.15

– Elizabeth Fasolino, Borders, Boundaries, and Barricades, The East Hampton Star, Arts & Living, August 28, 2008

– Gemma Porzgen, Vom Starken Gefuhl, Zeuge sein zu wollen, in Der Stuttgarter Zeitung,  3 Juni 2006, seite 46 (German)

– Jenny Hazan, Hazira makes everything possible, The Jerusalem Post, June 2004

– Hannah Lagerlof, Att dela Varandras Berattelser, Trott Allt, 4-5 2004, (Swedish)

– Leslie Kaufman, LandEscapes: A Multi-Site Exhibition of Contemporary Israeli Art, in Sculpture, Vol. 22 No.4, Mai 2003, pp.81-82

– Edward J. Sozanski, Symbolic Israeli landscapes, The Philadelphia Inquirer, February 1, 2002, w34

– Meir Ronnen, Uses of Romance, The Jerusalem Post, 23.02.2001

– Smadar Shefi, Manipulated Landscapes, Ha’aretz, 09.03.2001

– Richard Vine, Report from Israel, Wider Focus, Art in America, no. 5, May 2000, pp.65-75

– Marilyn H. Karfeld, Between Beauty and Destiny, Cleveland Jewish News, September11, 1999

– Steven Litt, Powerful art peeks into Israeli psyche, Cleveland, September 13, 1998

– Ken Johnson, Angst and introspection in a time of transition, The New York Times, p. E36, September 18, 1998

– Sarah Coleman, Israeli exhibit at Yerba Buena unravels Zionist myths, Jewish Bulletin, p.32, September 25, 1998

– Sarah Coleman, Desert Cliche, San Fransisco Bay Guardian, September 16, 1998, p.104

– Kenneth Baker, Nontraditional Fare from Israel, Mexico, San Fransisco Chronicle, p.E1, September 5, 1998

– Elaine Lapote, Yerba Buena exhibit to examine shifting sands of Israel’s identity, Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, Vol. 102, No. 33, August 21, 1998

– Donald Locke, The Piece Process, Creative Loafing, Arts and Entertainment, pp.31-34, Atlanta, June 27, 1998

– Catherine Fox, Israeli subjects, universal themes, The Atlanta Journal -Constitution, Q4, May 22, 1998

– Susan Bernstein, No Sabras, No Sandals, The Dill, pp. 40-48, Atlanta,

– Klaus Sebastian, Wasser in Kreuzform, Rheinische Post, 15. 5.1998 (German)

– Helga Meister,Wasser vom Jordan, Westdeutsche Zeitung, 29.4.98 (German)

– Grady T. Turner, Desert Cliche:Israel Now-Local Images, NY Arts, February-March 1998, p.9

– Martha Schwendener, Sabra Story, Time Out New York,

– Haim Handwerker, Is there a rabbi in this picture? Tribune International, 1997

– Irene Armbruster, From the Desert to a Land of Assets, Aufbau No. 25, Dec.5 1997, p.24

– Levin, Desert Cliche:Israel Now-Local Images, The Village Voice, Vol. XLII, No. 51, Dec. 23, 1997

– Jonathan Mandell, Mideast Coexistence, Israeli, Palestinian show share traits, Newsday, Dec. 12, 1997

– Grace Glueck, Israelis who Put Acid in the Milk-and-Honey Formula, The New York Times, Nov. 28, 1997

– William Harris, Playing with Israel’s Cherished Myths, Forward, Vol. CI, No.31, 158, Nov. 14, 1997

– David Rohn, Desert Cliche:Israel Aujourd’hui, Art Press, 228, Oct. 1997, pp.62-63, English Edition

– David Rohn, Desert Cliche:Israel Now-Local Images, Art Papers,Sept.-Oct.1997

– Elisa Turner, Desert Cliché: Israel Now, Art News, Sept.1997

– Angela Levine, Illusion and Enigma, The Jerusalem Post Magazine, 16.5.1997

– Bert Popelier, Out of Senses, Financial and Economical Times, 7.5.1997

– Vicki Weeks, Bass Exhibit deconstructs Israel Stereotypes, Sun Post, Apr. 24.1997

– Judy Cantor, Holy Moly, New Times Miami, Mai 1-7, 1997

– Elisa Turner, Bass show shatters old myths of Israel, The Herald, Arts, Miami, April 20, 1997

– Armando Alvarez Bravo, Una Vision Heterodoxa de Israel en Desert Cliche, El Nuevo Herald, 23.4.1997

– Ofer Barsadeh, Desert Cliche:Israel Now-Local Images, Panim, March-April 1997

– J.Y. Jouannais, Various Sites, Art Focus, Art Press, Nov. 96.-Jan. 1997.

News Jerusalem, Artfocus, Israel, Flash Art, January – February 1997

– Angela Levine, Slaughering Sacred Cows, The Jerusalem Post Magazine, Dec.27.1996

– Kate Dobbs Ariail, A culture trip, The Independent Weekly, Sept. 4-6, 1996

– Kate Dobbs Ariail, Words and Memories, The Independent Weekly, Sept. 18.24.1996

– Chuck Twardy, Memories are made of this, The News and Observer, Sept.5.1996

– Barry Schwabsky, Tel Aviv, Israel, Art Focus 94, Sculpture, January-February 1995

– Barry Schwabsky, Meta Sex, Art Forum International, June-July, 1995