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Toy Boy: All over the news

A selection of articles covering Toy Boy’s exhibition:

Video aired on “Hayom Shehaya” on channel 10.
23rd of December, 2014.

A short film about Toy Boy

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African Studies Gallery Video

Watch the new African Studies video and many other videos on our Vimeo page!

See more videos on our Vimeo page

 

 

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King Osei Tutu II Visits the Gallery

July 2012

The Ghanaian King of the Ashanti, Osei Tutu II visits the gallery

Osei Tutu II, Asantehene of the Ashanti kingdom in Ghana, and members of his entourage visited the African Studies Gallery to enjoy the Between Art and Artefact exhibition.

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The Marker Magazine

November 2012

An extract of the Marker Magazine’s supplement on Africa from the November issue.

The extract is a mention (in Hebrew) of the gallery and its activities, specifically the Mask Between Us exhibition.

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Ma’ariv Design Magazine

February 2013

An article (in Hebrew) from the February issue of the design supplement to Ma’ariv

A two page spread from a national newspaper, focusing on African Masks from the Mask Between Us exhibition.

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Trend Magazine

February 2013

A piece (in Hebrew) by Trend Magazine

An article by the design magazine detailing the history and commentary of African masks from the Mask Between Us exhibition with as explained by the Gallery’s curator, Idit Toledano.

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Big Time Magazine

January 2013

An extensive article (in Hebrew) in the January issue of Big Time Magazine

The cover story article about Eytan Stibbe and his extraordinary endeavour to present the African Art he loves, thus establishing the African Studies Gallery. The article includes images and information about the gallery, about the architects who created it (as well as the offices in which the gallery is situated) and about the curatorship.

Download article here.

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Student Volunteers in Ghana

A blog written by the students who are finishing their three-month volunteering period in Ghana

A blog written by the students who are finishing their three-month volunteering period in Ghana can be viewed here.