Keren Anavy and Tal Frank

Keren Anavy and Tal Frank are The KT Project, visual artists that have been collaborating for the past eight years, alongside their practice as an individual artists. Their research based projects explore the dynamic relationship between nature and culture through the lens of specific sites and locations. Both artists were born in Israel and are now based in New York and Mexico City.

Keren Anavy is a painter, installation artist, art educator and magazine art writer (Hebrew), currently based in New York. Tal Frank is a sculptor, installation artist, artistic director and an art educator, currently based in Mexico City.

Anavy and Frank are 2018 AIRIE fellows, Artist in Residence in Everglades, Program, Everglades National Park, Florida, May 2018. Recently they launached the artist book The Nature of Things at Printed Matter’s Art Book Fair, 2019 at MoMA PS1. Solo site-specific installation include the exhibitions: Compositions for Stones of Gold (2018), supported by Asylum Arts grant, was a site-specific installation in a historic building in Mexico City, in which they investigated archaeological sites of water-related structures such as aqueducts and ruins both in Mexico and Israel in order to scrutinize the relation between place, nature, and identity. Their exhibition Between Beauty, Memory and Form (2017) was presented at Autonomous University of Hidalgo State, Mexico, preceded by Beauty and Other Forms (2016), Mane’-Katz Museum, Haifa; Crossover (2013), Feinberg Projects Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv; and Hothouse (2012), Dan Gallery for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv. Since Mat 2019 they are collaborating on a new venture of an artist-run multidisciplinary cultural exchange program: Radio28, which include International Residency Program and exhibition space, located at the historic center of Mexico City.

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