Ariel Schlesinger – Hands Make Mistakes


This monographic volume offers a kaleidoscopic insight into the production and expression of Israeli artist Ariel Schlesinger, whose clever alterations to mundane objects often rearrange them in ways that leave viewers both amused and apprehensive. It covers a broad range of the artist’s projects, from adolescent doodles to complex collaborations. Additionally, it includes two new essays by Barbara Casavecchia and Adam Kleinman, a conversation between Abraham Cruzvillegas and Catalina Lozano, an introspective text about the reconstruction of a Japanese temple, and reproductions of gallery texts written by Sarah Demeuse, set in reproductions of their exhibitions.

136 pages, 19 x 25 cm, paperback, Roma Publications (Amsterdam)