MOST RECENT PROJECTS:
PROJEX CONNECT'S ARTIST IN RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Projex Connect's first artist residency program launched in June of 2016 in San Francisco with artist Maya Gold.
Throughout the artist's stay of 6 months, the artist lived and worked in San Francisco with a studio at the new major art compound the Minnesota Street Project. Throughout the duration of the stay, various events were curated by Projex Connect such as studio visits, artist talks, and dinners inspired by the art and artist. In addition, collaborations between the artist and various major art institutions took place. The stay culminated with an exhibition of the artists works that were created over their time spent in San Francisco. As a result of these various efforts the artist got to known the local Bay Area art community. In addition, our local community was introduced to the artist and her work which added a bit of Israel's thriving culture and vibrancy to the Bay Area's local art scene.
PROJEX CONNECT'S TRAVEL EXPERIENCE IN ISRAEL
Projex Connect's first travel experience in Israel took place September 11-17, 2016.
While staying at the beautiful boutique hotel in Tel Aviv, The Norman, the group had private tours of various museums, gallery tours and well as artist studio visits. We also visited private collections and dinned in some of Israel's best culinary spots.
To organize a private tour in Tel Aviv or in San Francisco please contact Marissa Halbrecht at email@example.com.
"IN OBSERVATION" works by Oded Balilty
Oded Balilty, Israel's only Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, was the inaugural artist of Projex Connect. The series of events took place at La Boutique in San Francisco, with an exhibition of 16 of Baility's works and over 350 guests who attended various events, March 19-27, 2014.
Projex Connect collaborated with The Dryansky Gallery to curate the exhibition "HANDS ON" in April of 2015. Over 400 guest attended the two opening evenings. Additionally, Jennifer Roth, Sotheby's Senior International Special, Israeli Art & Judaica presented the lecture "Israeli Art: From the Shores of the Mediterranean to the World Stage".