morgen, 2010-2015, duo video projection
Decor: morgen_appendix, 2015-2016, inkjet prints on aluminium
Photo: Aurélien Mole
Moshe Ninio’s first solo show in Berlin at NBA features three main works: Morgen (2010-2015), Hole/Patch (1991/2009) and Dauerwelle (2018) a new commissioned work.
In Moshe Ninio’s oeuvre, each cycle of works includes different states of the same image assembled according to a certain scheme. The image in this body of work is always suspended or subtly modified in order to return as a sealed meta-image of itself. The transformation that the images undergo both exposes their inner construction and elevates them. They are put into a closed circuit that keeps them forever caught between insignificance and the mythic or even the sublime.
Moshe Ninio’s work has been shown since the early 1990’s among other places at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Foundation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, 1991, Documenta IX 1992, ICA, Boston, 1995, Palazzo delle Papesse, Siena 2000, Culturguest, Lisbon 2001, Centre Pompidou 2008, 2016, Passage de Retz, Paris 2013, 2015, Momenta, Montreal 2017. He held solo exhibitions, among others at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem 1990, Frac Languedoc-Roussillon, Montpellier,1996, S.M.A.K., Ghent 1998, Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris 2000, the Santa Monica Museum of Art in 2015, the MAHJ, Paris 2016, His work is in the collections of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, MUKA, Antwerp, Frac Languedoc- Roussillon, Montpellier, MUMOK, Vienna, Centre Pompidou, Paris, MAHJ, Paris and by private collections among them the Phoenix Insurance Art Collection, The Schocken Art collection and the Igal Ahouvi art Collection.