A fashion exhibition, “A Walk Of Art; Visionary Shoes,” focusing on conceptual, artistic, and extreme footwear, aims to reevaluate the occult power and mystery of shoes. The exhibition features 60 pairs of shoes created by alumni and students of Israel’s Bezalel Academy. It is on display at Parasol Project Gallery (2 Rivington St, New York) through January and February. The Jewish Week spoke to the curator, Ya’ara Keydar, about the how the exhibition was conceived, created and the feedback from the show so far.All footage and images shared with permission from curator, including works by: Sigalit Landau / Kobi Levi / Daniella Lehavi / Shani Bar / Rotem Gur / Norman & Bella / Boris Shpeizman / Eitan Bartal / Reut Alon / Dafna Amar / Rotem Arbel / Agam Bar Ilan / Peter Becidan / Noy Biri / Ella Eini / Maayan Eisner / Emanueel Emy Fang / Aya Feldman / Mor Paola Gaash / Nimrod Gilo / Sharon Golan Baehr / Almog Hagbi / Chen Jes / Or Kolker / Tali Leitner / Shira Manor / Lia Mizrav / Shahar Petel / Nadin Ram / Noa Rubin / Alexandra Rudshtain / Omer Saig / Neta Soreq / Gal Souva / Tali Surit / Tal Tabori / Sapir Tzidon / Tzlil Vered / Hannah Zinger
Can A Shoe Be A Work Of Art?