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Time Travellers

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Time Travelers is a life-size portrait exhibition of a selection from 500 locals who participated in ‘Portal Zwolle’ film shoot in 2015.

The exhibitions will alternate every few months until construction of the new station is complete in 2022.

Opening of the 1st series of portraits on March the 4th, 2020 at 13:00.

Collaboration with Hertog Nadler.

Graphic design by Rutger Fuchs. Photography by Jaap Stahlie.

Commissioned by the Municipality of Zwolle.

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Little Big Sculptures

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On the occasion of Setouchi Triennale Autumn opening, Ram Katzir will be discussing his public art projects with Toshio Shimizu, curator and professor of art history.

Shibaura House, Tokyo

Thursday, September 26th at 19:30

3-15-4 Shibaura Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 108-0023


Organized by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in collaboration with the Embassy of Israel and the Mondriaan Fund



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Leela means in Sanskrit a divine play in which humans are mere pawns.

Inspired by the fall from heaven, the creation Leela takes place in the space between illusive reality and God’s cosmic play.

World premiere on May 13th, 2019, Suzanne Dellal Centre, Tel Aviv, Israel 

International tour starts on July 11th, 2019, Pompeii Amphitheater, Napoli Teatro Festival, Italy

Choreographer: Noa Wertheim 

Music: Ran Bagno

Set design: Ram Katzir

Costume design: Sasson Kedem 

Lighting design: Dani Fishof – Magenta


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Suitcase in a Bottle

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The fourth Setouchi Triennial will run during April 26 – November 4, 2019 in Naoshima and surrounding islands. 

Suitcase in a Bottle is a project about spiritual homelessness. The longing for home is encased in the suitcase like a genie in a bottle. This sculpture raises questions about the flow of life and where it takes us, as our baggage of expectations drifts towards an unknown destination. After the Triennale, Katzir’s artwork will remain in the permanent collection of Shikoku Mura Museum, designed by Tadao Ando. 

Katzir’s presentation in Japan has been realized with the generous support of the Mondriaan Fund. 


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