Category Archives: My Art

Multiformity vs. Multimodality

The concept “multiformity” resonates with the concept “multimodality,” not only in the way it looks and sounds, but also the broad social and cultural contexts from which it develops and to which it is addressed. Both concepts allow us to … Continue reading

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What are Multiform Arguments?

Multiform arguments (hereafter MFAs) are arguments that are composed of words and images. MFAs claim that a certain phenomenon has happened or explain the reasons for its occurrence. I became aware of MFAs while reading illustrated historiography, especially of cultural … Continue reading

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History Sells

             Noa Yaari, History Sells (homage to Andy Worhol), 2015. A bookmark. 20.5 x 5 cm. Toronto

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In the

Noa Yaari,  I Lose Control, 2018. Ink on paper. 21 x 27 cm. Toronto   Image source – Sandro Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus (1482-1485): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Birth_of_Venus#/media/File:Venus_botticelli_detail.jpg

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Renaissance Society of America – New Orleans, March 22-24, 2018

At the RSA 2018, I commented on three papers that art historians Dr. Jorge Sebastián Lozano, Dr. Víctor Mínguez Cornelles and Dr. Inmaculada Rodríguez Moya presented in the session: “Between Word and Image: Verbal-Visual Representations of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Royal Women,” which I … Continue reading

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Drawing Childhood Memories on Money as a Teaching Tool

The following article was published in Innovatus, York University’s monthly pedagogical newsletter, on January 19, 2018. It describes an art exercise I gave in my tutorials. In the last tutorial of the fall term, students in the History course Making Money drew … Continue reading

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Self Portrait, 2000-2018

Noa Yaari, Self Portrait, 2000-2018. Mixed media, Tel Aviv-Toronto

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You see,

Noa Yaari, History’s on my Side,  2015

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Photos from the Exhibition Infantile History

Infantile History is a group exhibition at the Department of History at York University, featuring children’s and childlike art to examine core questions faced by the discipline of history. It also explores art as an effective tool to delve into … Continue reading

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I think that…

Noa Yaari, I think that I’m a Cerebral Subject! 2016

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