October 25, 2019

I'm excited to invite you to my exhibition at basis Projektraum; 'Hinda Weiss - Frankfurt Notes'.

I will show new works I made in the last three months as part of my residency at AIR_Frankfurt in partnership with Artport TLV, and the exhibition is part of Frankfurt Jewish Culture Weeks program for 2019.

"Ruins adorned with black and yellow warning ribbons, taking on strange anthropomorphic traits, a swarm of birds circling in fairy-tale surroundings in front of a futuristic tower, an abandoned desk under a glass cube that seems to fluoresce in the middle of a park.
The sources of Hinda Weiss' Frankfurt notes are real through and through, yet the atmospheric images at the same time border on the fantastic, revealing a sometimes surreal, sometimes playfully absurd quality. The photo and video works were taken during a 3-month stay in Frankfurt while walking, searching, and discovering. The city appears strangely unreal through the camera of the wandering visitor. Sometimes completely without, sometimes with only gentle digital interventions, Hinda Weiss lets her images balance on the border between fiction and reality without dissolving their state of suspension". Ramona Heinmein

The exhibition takes place in cooperation with the Jewish culture weeks 2019 and at the same time, concludes Hinda Weiss' air_frankfurt residence in partnership with Artport in Tel Aviv.

basis Projekraum, Elbestraße 10 HH
Exhibition Hours: 31.10. - 03.11., 1 - 5 pm and by appointment




October 19, 2019

The project “Law Material” takes existing law collections as a starting point to interweave legal, artistic, and associative perspectives on the current legal situation and its manifestations. The project adapts the form of the 'commentary' as a legal practice of exegesis and interpretation and links it to artistic practices: In the sense of appropriation, adaption, or revision, the source texts are critically questioned or complemented with reference to individual and collective experience, socio-politically relevance, and realities of law.
Meeting in a two day interdisciplinary workshop at Kunsthaus Dresden, artist Hinda Weiss (Tel Aviv/New York), law scholar Sabine Müller-Mall (Dresden), curator Avi Feldman (Dresden/Berlin), curator and artist Lena Brüggemann (Leipzig) and curator Elisabeth Pichler (Berlin) discuss interrelations and possible interventions of art and law. The audience is invited to debate the questions arising in the course of the workshop in a closing event.


I'm thrilled to be the first artist to participate in the Tel Aviv Frankfurt artist exchange program with huge gratitude to basis and Artport TLV for this unique opportunity. I will be working on a new project in basis studio for the next three month, and I will have an exhibition at there project space at the end of October.

Please join us for my artist talk on Wednesday, 28.08.2019 - 7:00 pm 
At basis e.v. gutleutstraße 8-12 60329 Frankfurt am main.



My Video "Plain-Air" will be screening as part of a video screening of works from the Haaretz collection. 

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 8 PM


Derech Jaffa 9, 65842 Tel Aviv, Israel

Curated by Efrat Livny


Alumni exhibition celebrating Artport's new building.

Participating artists:
Ronit Porat, Ido Michaeli, Einat Amir, Yair Perez, Rafram Chaddad, Guy Pitchon, Leor Grady, Nevet Yitzhak, Noa Gur, Rani Lavie, Public Movement, Natalia Zourabova, Hinda Weiss, Guy Goldstein, Tzion Hazan, Ron Amir, David Adika, Hilla Toony Navok, Naama Arad, Michal Baror, Elad Rosen, Tamir Zadok, Gabi Kricheli, Dror Daum, Lihi Turjeman, Yaara Zach, Fatma Shanan, Gili Avissar

Curator: Vardit Gross

After five years based on Ben Zvi Road in South Tel Aviv, and after nearly two years in search of a new venue, Artport’s residency program is reopening its doors in a new building on 8 Ha’amal St., Tel Aviv.

Opening: Thursday, June 13th, 8pm

Opening hours during the exhibition:
Wed-Thurs: 12pm-7pm
Fri-Sat: 10am-2pm

For my thesis show at Columbia, I will be showing a new multi-channel video installation; Among Graves and Ruins. Working on this project and taking part in the MFA program have been intense experiences of exploration and growth. I am excited to share the outcome of this journey.

Exhibition Dates: April 28–May 26, 2019

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 27, 3–6 pm

Thesis chair: Matthew Buckingham

Curated by Regine Basha  

Wallach Art Gallery

Lenfest Center for the Arts

Columbia University

615 West 129th Street

(enter on 125th Street, west of Broadway)

Gallery hours:

Wed–Fri, 12–8 pm

Sat & Sun, 12–6 pm  

Across an unmarked border, on walls built with utopian visions, archaeological findings and old photographs expose relations of power and broken dreams. Composed into a moving landscape, their momentariness extends into an era.

Please reload

October 20, 2018

April 29, 2018

May 11, 2017

November 3, 2016

August 30, 2012

Please reload