Armory Art Center
1700 Parker Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401


Zammy Migdal 50 Shades of Grey

Zammy Migdal: 50 Shades of Gray

Opening reception Friday Oct 24 6:00 -8:00p.m.

Zammy Migdal, a native of Tel Aviv, Israel, has created a language in metal that transforms spaces and walls into shapes, colors and shadows. In his work, energy flows to form clarity, definition, and purpose. He shapes metal into forms, but it is the emptiness inside the forms that holds the shadows. While some of his very architectural work is firmly grounded on Earth, other work has its origins in his interest to suspend objects against gravity. Such work is created by the relationships among metal foregrounds, attaching pins, spaces, light and shadows, in which hard metal resembles ribbons that flow and twist in the wind.

Armory Art Center – East Gallery


Zammy Migdal is also showing large polychrome steel sculptures from October 25, 2014-April 30, 2015
Morris and Rose Kraft Sculpture Gardens.

Artist Gallery Talk and Lecture: Wednesday October 29, 6:30-8:00 PM
Tel Aviv born artist Zammy Migdal will talk informally about his transformative metal sculptures installed in the East Gallery and in the Morris and Rose Kraft Sculpture Garden. The artist will also give a lecture in our Library. Join us for this unique opportunity to talk with the artist, learn more about his work and enjoy some wine over good conversation.





For more information about Zammy Migdal visit his website.


Gudrun Kemsa:: Pudong 2013 Channel

Gudrun Kemsa: Pudong


Gudrun Kemsa is an important German photo and video artists. She studied at the Art Academy of Düsseldorf and teaches moving pictures and photography at the Niederrhein Hochschule in Krefeld, Germany. She has received numerous scholarships and prizes, including the Villa Massimo Scholarship in Rome in 1996/97. Gudrun Kemsa lives and works in Düsseldorf.

Gudrun Kemsa’s photographic works and Video Installations are depictions of space, time and movement. Her eye is focused on urban space where she documents the course of events in streets and in open public places.

Her video installations are designed as large projections for indoor or outdoor spaces. In their actions and timelines, they lead the viewer to experiences of space and time. Since 2002, Kemsa has been producing video works in analogy to human vision, this is done in constant motion. Her indoor video installations at the Armory will range from works done in the Ruhr valley of her native Germany to works produced in China and the US.



Armory Art Center – Greenfield Gallery



For more information about Gudrun Kemsa visit her website.