The Israeli-born, Brooklyn-based artist, known for her unique neo-surrealist paintings, opens her ﬁrst solo in Berlin. Blotchy, almost dissolving ﬁgures that are utterly indifferent to the people or worlds around them ﬁll her canvases. A cold atmosphere encapsulates each, communicating the universal human experience of alienation. Bloch succeeds in conjuring works like French post-impressionist Paul Cézanne’s “Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe” or German expressionist August Macke’s “Woman with a Yellow Jacket” in form and feeling. Through April 16.