David Adika’s photographs are a by-product of the reality of his life. His works deal with his personal biography, the collective memory of the society in which he lives, and connects political reality to social reality. Through his work, Adika aims to show the presence of beauty using strategies of seduction.
David Adika has exhibited works at The Open Museum for Photography, Tel-Hai; Tel Aviv Museum of Art; and Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga, among others. He was awarded the Jack Naylor Award for Cinematography in a Feature Film in 2011.
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Ken + Julia Yonetani
Ken + Julia Yonetani are a Japanese-Australian artist duo who create large installations in gallery spaces. They often combine unusual materials in their practice to make dramatic installations. Their work ties historical connections with contemporary issues in ways that force the viewer to confront their relationship to their environment.