For three days towards the end of this week, Plaster 5s will be offering dozens of works of art for sale at a standard price of NIS 4,000. All profits from the event will be contributed to Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) and its struggle for equality in the right to health care. The event will be held between September 14 and16, 2017 at Beit Kandinof, 14 HaTsorfim Street, Jaffa.
The exhibition will have on display dozens of works by some eighty artists, Israeli, Palestinian and Swedish that are up for sale. Active in both Israel and Sweden, curator Sandra Weil has joined the exhibition’s curatorial team this year. Participating artists include: Hannan Abu Hussein, Farid Abu Shakra, David Adika, Salah Alkara, Nivi Alroy, Ron Amir, Maya Attoun, Ilit Azoulay, Yael Balaban, Ido Bar-El, Avital Cnaani, Assaf Evron, Yair Garbuz, Tzibi Geva, Shira Glazerman, Tal Golani, Yonatan Gold, Galia Gur Zeev, Raanan Harlap, Michal Heiman, Talia Israeli, Dani Karavan, Angela Klein, Moran Kliger, Efrat Klipstein, Klone, Know Hope, Roi Kuper, Orly Maiberg, Philip Rantzer , David Reeve, Gal Weinstein, and Shay Zilberman.
Plaster, an art sale event in support of PHR has been held annually since 2013, with enthusiastic response by both the artist community and the public. Following up on the success of the exhibition in recent years, this year’s event will continue the efforts to raise funds for PHR Israel, with an emphasis on support for the organizations volunteer clinics that provide healthcare for Palestinians in the Occupied Territories, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, and every Israeli inhabitant not covered by the state health insurance. In 2016 alone, PHRI treated more than 14,000 Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, and received more than 5,000 undocumented refugees and migrants in its Open Clinic in Jaffa. We also assisted hundreds of others by representing them in their contacts with various Israeli authorities.
Opening Hours: The Gala opening of the sale will take place on Thursday, September 14 at 20:00. On Friday, September 15 and Saturday, September 16; the sale will be open between 10:00-14:00. Entrance is free – the public is invited.