gallery project


After a successful Volta NY 2017 presentation, Litvak Contemporary engaged Arisohn + Murphy to execute a Pop Up Exhibition, Imaginary Spaces: Works by Elad Kopler and Itamar Freed at Mana Contemporary  to coincide with their annual open house on April 30, 2017.  Arisohn + Murphy conceptualized a group show with Elad Kopler and Itamar Freed, both graduates of the prestigious Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. 

Working within a tight three-week time frame, A+M handled all of the details including advising and coordinating the lease contract, budgeting and overseeing the framing, transportation, installation and signage vendors, curating the exhibition, copyediting the press release, as well as researching and outreaching to targeted clients and curators. During the Open House, which can bring up to 5,000 people in one day to Mana, we acted as the onsite representatives of Litvak to the public and continued to do so during the course of the exhibition, hosting tours for Mana Contemporary visitors, as well as private viewings from our network, building additional exposure for the gallery.

Press Release / Online Catalogue

Selected Press: American Israel Cultural Foundation /