“Fig.3”, Dafna Kaffeman, 2014, Photo: Shai Halevi
The thought-provoking exhibition “Without Camouflage. Dafna Kaffeman. Silvia Levenson.” has started at The Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco. It features the work of two artists who are among a select few that combine glass with fiber and other materials to make powerful social and political statements.
They see themselves as shamans, drawing attention to evil as a way to precipitate a cure. Their work emphasizes that such conflict is the result of a few individuals rather than multitudes.
Since 2003, Kaffeman has addressed the complex social and political issues of living in Israel, a land burdened with sacrifice, grief, and remembrance. Levenson’s earlier work used autobiography to comment upon love, domesticity, and mankind’s obsession with happiness.
Without Camouflage. Dafna Kaffeman. Sivlia Leveson
Date: September 26th, 2015 – March 27th, 2016
Open: 11:00 – 18:00 (Thursday till 19:00, Sunday 12:00 – 17:00)
Closed on Monday and Public holidays
Place: The Museum of Craft and Design
Address: 2569 3rd St, San Francisco
Admission: General $ 8, Senior & Student $ 6, Under 12 Free
Tel: +1 415 773 0303
Text: Aya Shomura