Aya Goshen, an independent art curator based in New York City, originally from Israel, focuses on exploring immigrant experiences and amplifying underrepresented or forgotten voices. She holds an MA in Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art New York and an MBA in marketing from Tel Aviv University. Highlighted exhibitions in her curation include TwinTails by Nava Gidanian-Kagan and Noa Raviv at SPRING/BREAK Art Show (New York, 2023), F L O A T I N G W A L L S, a group exhibition by Dana Levy, Gal Cohen, Lee Tal, Michal Geva, Naomi Safran-Hon, Noa Charuvi, and Zac Hacmon presented at The Laurie M. Tisch Gallery (New York, 2022), A Tribute to Leah, a participatory dinner by Maya Yadid (City, 2021), Growing a Garden for an Unknown Lover by Boaz Aharonovitch at ZAZ10TS, (New York, 2019), CAN’T LET GO, a solo exhibition by Sivan Dayan at Sotheby’s Institute of Art (New York, 2018), and Transient Land by Michal Geva at the 14th Street Y (New York, 2018).
The reality that tomorrow inevitably dawns, indifferent to our actions, circumstances, hopes, and fears, is a universal experience that connects all creatures under the sun. Intrigued by the fine line separating today and tomorrow, past and future, day and night, this curatorial project delves into that moment on the seam where a new cycle begins, with its opportunities for renewal and restart, yet also carrying the weight of another day. Trying to grasp that fleeting moment where things are still open and the future is yet to be decided.
What only comes out at night?
What only comes out at night? Fortunately, tomorrow. Unfortunately, tomorrow