“Between Sound and Silence”
by David Benforado
An exhibition of the Jewish Museum of Greece
On Wednesday 21st October 2015, the Jewish Museum of Greece inaugurated the temporary exhibition “Between Sound and Silence” by the painter David Benforado at its contemporary art gallery. The exhibition is carried out in collaboration with Kourd Gallery and with the support of a grant from the European Association for Jewish Culture.
The theorist of theatre studies and art critic Eleni Varopoulou comments thus on Benforado’s work: “[…] Benforado’s quest results in the production of mental landscapes, before which the viewer can muse, imagine places and moments overtaken by forces of nature, like wind or fire, experiences the recall of a cosmological phenomenon, just before things assumed shapes and became visual elements. There is even the feeling that behind all the layers of paint, in these paraphrased landscapes that invoke the outwordly, Genesis and Revelation may emerge”.
Exhibition duration: October 21, 2015 – January 11, 2016.
Opening hours: Daily 09.00 – 14.30, Saturday: Closed, Sunday: 10.00 –14.00.
Admission fees: adults 6€, students 3€
Free admission for the opening.
For further information and photographic or printed material, please contact:
the Jewish Museum of Greece, 39 Nikis st., 105 57 Athens, tel: +30 210 32 25 582, fax: +30 210 32 31 577, [email protected], www.jewishmuseum.gr and Kourd Gallery, tel: + 30 210 64 26 573, [email protected], www.gallerykourd.gr.