Naomi Safran-Hon
Tirtzah Bassel Lucy Fradkin Sandro Kopp Tamara Kostianovsky Yumiko Ono Walter Price Marius Ritiu Naomi Safran-Hon Mircea Suciu Paul Vogeler Paul Wesenberg Alida Wilkinson


July 29, 2021 to August 28, 2021
Slag Contemporary is pleased to announce the opening of "Scapes", featuring painting, sculpture, works on paper and installation by Tirtzah Bassel, Lucy Fradkin, Sandro Kopp, Tamara Kostianovsky, Yumiko Ono, Walter Price, Marius Ritiu, Naomi Safran-Hon, Mircea Suciu, Paul Vogeler, Paul Wesenberg, and Alida Wilkinson. Slag Gallery also presents a new outdoor sculpture by artist Dumitru Gorzo.


April 20, 2020 to June 20, 2020
Explore the exhibition in 3D Slag Gallery is pleased to present All My Lovers, a new body of mixed media paintings by artist Naomi Safran-Hon. The exhibition is Safran-Hon’s fourth solo show with Slag Gallery and inaugurates the gallery’s new space in Chelsea, Manhattan.
Naomi Safran-Hon

A Room with No Exit

February 16, 2018 to April 01, 2018
Naomi Safran-Hon creates work that makes gripping statements about the fragility of human experience, the complicated nature of one’s home, and the vicissitudes of collective identities.
Curated by: Naomi Lev and Jovana Stokic

With Passion

June 03, 2016 to July 17, 2016
Defined as “sympathetic consciousness of others’ distress together with a desire to alleviate it,” compassion is a complex and dynamic term that incorporates many other notions and circumstances within it; passion for example, is a criteria for compassion. In Western philosophy as well as in religions, passion is considered a primitive and an instinctive state of being that is the basis for deadly sins. Contemporary philosopher Roberto Mangabeira Unger, however, rejects the idea that the passions must be tamed in order to be productive, and suggests that passions are raw responses that can also act in the service of reason.
Naomi Safran-Hon

Hard Times: Paintings

September 05, 2014 to October 05, 2014
This new body of work reveals the fragility of human experience and the complicated nature of one’s home. Destruction—both intentional, at the hands of the artist, and incidental, as the result of time and desertion—recasts the viewer’s notion of the show’s titular subject, “hard times,” in terms of geopolitical conflict, irresolvable nostalgia, and the personal struggle to find one’s place in the world, both physical and psychological.
Naomi Safran-Hon and Shirley Wegner

Two Times Gray

November 30, 2012 to January 16, 2013
Naomi Safran-Hon

Absent Present

February 24, 2011 to April 09, 2011
Safran-Hon’s work is anchored in an undeniable reality, yet, by extracting the essence from the soul of the materials she uses, she unceasingly builds, thus transforms preexisting contexts. The spirit is inherent in Safran-Hon’s intellectual construction and, as the journey described in sefer hechaloth, the inner odyssey within oneself (Anselm Kiefer) permeates her entire body of work.