Coco’s & Miki’s Corner

Miki Carmi (Jerusalem, 1976) was born to a government official and a compulsive book collector. As a teenager he had few short careers including early music entrepreneur, long jumper and shotokan warrior. In his early 20’s he devoted himself to the art of painting and ended up in NYC with his lifetime project of painting over and over the same painting. He studied at the Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts, Jerusalem (1998–2002) and at the MFA Columbia University, NY (2003–2005). His latest project includes a collaboration with his wife the performance artist Tamy Ben-Tor, which was shown world-wide in Galleries and Museums.

CARMI. Miki. Eros and Thanatos: The Paintings of Miki Carmi, by Coco Fusco (HCH 5)

(Big Mom by Miki Carmi, 2013, Oil on Canvas, 143 cm x 110 cm)

HCH 5 / Ideal para el calor: fresquito, gratis, sano, filosófico y artístico / Perfect for the summer: cool, fresh, free, healthy, philosophical & artistic!

¡Ya podéis devorar el quinto número de HCH!

HCH 5 incluye artículos interesantísimos de David Cerdá, Delia Aguiar Baixauli, Ángel Repáraz, Tussah Heera (en inglés), E. Randol Schoenberg (en inglés), Jennifer Prestholdt (en inglés), Jordi Claramonte, Víctor Bermúdez Torres y Antonia Tejeda Barros, cinco bellas y desgarradoras poesías de Cristina Martínez Chueca, una versión libre de Juan Guillermo Tejeda del Carpe diem de Horacio, fotos maravillosas de aves de Río de Janeiro de Ivo Tejeda, fotos bellas e interesantes de animales de Jerusalén y el desierto de Judea de David Yifrach, óleos impresionantes de Miki Carmi (con texto en inglés de Coco Fusco) y una receta exquisita de Eyal Streett (en inglés). ¡Ideal para el calor: fresquito, gratis, sano, filosófico y artístico!

HCH 5 / Julio 2015

Get ready to devour the fifth issue of HCH!

HCH 5 includes super interesting articles by David Cerdá (in Spanish), Delia Aguiar Baixauli (in Spanish), Ángel Repáraz (in Spanish), Tussah Heera (in English), E. Randol Schoenberg (in English), Jennifer Prestholdt (in English), Jordi Claramonte (in Spanish), Víctor Bermúdez Torres (in Spanish) and Antonia Tejeda Barros (in Spanish), five beautiful and painful poems by Cristina Martínez Chueca, a free version of Horace’s Carpe diem by Juan Guillermo Tejeda, amazing photos of birds of Rio de Janeiro by Ivo Tejeda, interesting and beautiful photos of animals of Jerusalem and the Judean Desert by David Yifrach, awesome oil paintings by Miki Carmi (with text in English by Coco Fusco) and an exquisite recipe by Eyal Streett (in English). Perfect for the summer: cool, fresh, free, healthy, philosophical & artistic!

HCH 5 / July 2015