In the Studio with
In Artis’ video profile of Nahum Tevet, the artist speaks about the relationship between painting and sculpture in his work, and his playful process for creating new pieces. Nahum shares a selection of early works that explore painting on wood and found materials in both gallery and public settings, such as Three Sculptures (1971), installed in Kibbutz Messilot in northern Israel, and his untitled series of works on glass (1974), alongside early and notable installations, such as Installation for Two Rooms (1979), which was originally presented at Bertha Urdang Gallery in New York in 1979, and recreated at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem in 2020. Reflecting on the ways that his practice has expanded over his significant artistic career, Nahum discusses notions of minimalism and the way that his work aligns with, and sometimes challenges, its legacy.
In the Studio with Nahum Tevet was created by Artis, edited and directed by Ian Sternthal, Cinematography by Geert Van Kesteren, additional footage by Itamar Leopold, 7:59 minutes, created by Artis, produced by Sternthal Books. All rights reserved by Artis and Sternthal Books.