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Alma Itzhaky Alma Itzhaky, (b. 1984) lives and works in Tel Aviv, has received her Fine Arts Diploma from Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College (2005), and graduated the Advanced Interdisciplinary Studio Program at Hamidrasha School of Art (2012). Currently, Itzhaky is teaching at the interdisciplinary art department at the Shenkar Academy. Itzhaky’s paintings […]

Alon Kedem CV

Alona Harpaz-CV

Happiness In my work, I try to create a sense of disappearance: the character’s physical attribute slowly dissolves as a void is formed. As opposed to the massiveness of the surrounding, the individual emerges in its singularity, with the potential to spread into a larger metaphysical unity.   By using a concoction of images derived […]

Andreas Golinski Born in the Ruhrgebiet city of Essen, the artist Andreas Golinski has studied in Basel and lives part time in Italy. Although his works contain an inherent social criticism, they remain private and even intimate. He lets collective fears, childhood traumas and desires take shape in his bulky, raw works. Steel, glass, black […]

Arik Miranda-CV

Benni Efrat-CV

BRIAN ALFRED (b. 1974 in Pittsburgh, PA) Brian Alfred lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Alfred received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1997 from Pennsylvania State University and his Master of Fine Arts degree in 1999 from Yale University. In his paintings, collages, and digital animations, Brian Alfred surveys the urban landscape and […]

Carsten Nicolai Carsten Nicolai-CV

Darren Goins-CV

Hillel Roman “…The significance of the concrete versus the metaphorical, the human desire to get through the metaphor and to touch, the vain struggle to bridge the distance between the eye and the hand. Maybe that is the” privilege of the painter/sculptor, and the source of his relevance, despite it all. In any case, I […]

Igael Tumarkin was born in Dresden, Germany, in 1933   Tumarkin immigrated to Israel at the age of two, with his mother, who married Herzl Tumarkin. He was raised in Tel Aviv and Bat Yam. In 1954 he studied with Rudi Lehman, in Ein Hod. In 1955 went to Berlin to work as a scenographer for Bertolt […]

Jan Tichy – CV

Klone B. 1983 in Kharkov, Ukraine, currently lives and works in Tel Aviv. Influenced by his childhood emigration from the Ukraine to Israel, Klone’s initial practice of tagging and graffiti were personal challenges to themes of diaspora. This urban tradition allowed him to take ownership of his surrounding and localize an often hostile and alienating […]

Lea Nikel Born in the Ukraine in 1918, Lea Nikel immigrated to Palestine at the age of two. She grew up in Tel Aviv, studied with Gliksberg, Stematsky and Streichman. To continue her studies she travelled to Paris, where she lived and worked between 1950-1961,an important decade in the history of postwar European art. Nikel […]

Leo Ray Leo Ray-CV

Lothar Hempel – CV

Madeleine Boschan born 1979, lives and works in Berlin. Since 2008 she has participated in numerous institutional exhibitions throughout Europe and North America, amongst others: ACLA – Art Center Los Angeles. Autocenter, Berlin. b-05, Montabaur. Castlefield Gallery, Manchester. Daimler Contemporary, Berlin. Einraumhaus, Mannheim. Enea, Rapperswil-Jona. Forgotten Bar, Berlin. Galerie Bernd Kugler, Innsbruck. Galerie Klaus Gerrit […]

Matthew Chambers Matthew Chambers-CV

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Michal Rovner Rovner (b. 1957, Israel) work in video, sculpture, drawing, sound, and installation reflects on the continuum of human experience. Her work defines an evocative language of abstraction, dealing with themes such as time, history, and science. While generally avoiding specific issues or events, Rovner’s work shifts between the poetic and the political, and […]

Nahum Tevet Tevet is an Israeli sculptor born in 1946, in Kibbutz Mesilot, Israel. Tevet lives and works in Tel Aviv. Tevet’s conceptual work uses minimalism and other references (such as Bauhaus), creating sculptural/architectural installations based on geometrical modules.   In 1962, he studied at the Oranim Seminar in Kiryat Tiv’on. In 1968, he attended […]

Nir Harel-CV

Nirit Takele Born in Ethiopia in 1985, Takele immigrated to Israel in 1991 in “Operation Solomon” an Israeli military operation that transported more than 14,000 Ethiopian Jews to Israel in 36 hours. Although she grew up with very few memories of her childhood in Ethiopia, Nirit has been painting from a very young age practicing […]

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Ori Reisman Reisman was born 1924, Tel Yoseph, Israel. He participated in Aklim Group (founded 1974). He died in 1991. He studied at the studio of Yitzhak Frenkel, Tel Aviv in 1939 and at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, with Jean Souverbie’s Monumental Art Workshop from 1951 to 1953. He taugh at the Kibbutz Cabri, […]

Rami Maymon Rami Maymon-CV

Ron Amir Artistically speaking, Ron Amir is a long-distance runner. A single project of his may take unconventionally long periods of time – up to several years. His practice reaches a maximal print quality and a rewarding viewing experience by the use of large format, often cumbersome, analogue photography, which at the same time dictates […]

Rona Stern – CV

Shay Kun-CV

Siglit Landau At her core Landau is a sculptress; her work keeps a vibrant continuity between the formative living act of creating, and the final restive product created. She is best known for her epic multimedia installations which explore the complexities of living in a divided, traumatic geographical reality, arguably one of the most conflict […]

Tai Sahani- CV

Tal Yerushalmi-CV

Tsibi Geva Tsibi Geva is one of Israel’s most prominent and influential artists. Born in 1951 in Kibbutz Ein Shemer, Israel, Geva lives and works in Tel Aviv and New York. Since 1979 he has exhibited extensively worldwide. Solo exhibitions include the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1984); Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (1985); Tel Aviv Museum […]

Uri Katzenstein  Uri Katzenstein studied at the San Francisco Art Institute in the late 1970s, and after receiving his MFA moved to New York City where he lived and worked throughout the 1980s. His early performance works were regularly presented at such legendary performance venues as The Kitchen, the No Se No Social Club, Brooklyn […]

Uri Radovan Uri Radovan – CV

Vik Muniz  Vik Muniz was born as Vicente José de Oliveira Muniz to a working-class family in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1961. Relocating to the United States in 1983, he has since become one of the best-known contemporary Brazilian artists working today. He lives and works in New York and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Muniz has […]

Yehezkel Streichman-CV

Zigi Ben-Haim Born in Bagdad, Iraq. At the age of five his family fled the country to Israel via Iran. Zigi spent most of his adolescence in Tel-Aviv and studied at The Avni Institute of Fine Arts from 1966 to 1970. After he moved to the United States, he enrolled in the California College of […]

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Alma Itzhaky Alma Itzhaky, (b. 1984) lives and works in Tel Aviv, has received her Fine Arts Diploma from Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College (2005), and graduated the Advanced Interdisciplinary Studio Program at Hamidrasha School of Art (2012). Currently, Itzhaky is teaching at the interdisciplinary art department at the Shenkar Academy. Itzhaky’s paintings […]

Alon Kedem CV

Alona Harpaz-CV

Happiness In my work, I try to create a sense of disappearance: the character’s physical attribute slowly dissolves as a void is formed. As opposed to the massiveness of the surrounding, the individual emerges in its singularity, with the potential to spread into a larger metaphysical unity.   By using a concoction of images derived […]

Andreas Golinski Born in the Ruhrgebiet city of Essen, the artist Andreas Golinski has studied in Basel and lives part time in Italy. Although his works contain an inherent social criticism, they remain private and even intimate. He lets collective fears, childhood traumas and desires take shape in his bulky, raw works. Steel, glass, black […]

Arik Miranda-CV

Benni Efrat-CV

BRIAN ALFRED (b. 1974 in Pittsburgh, PA) Brian Alfred lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Alfred received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1997 from Pennsylvania State University and his Master of Fine Arts degree in 1999 from Yale University. In his paintings, collages, and digital animations, Brian Alfred surveys the urban landscape and […]

Carsten Nicolai Carsten Nicolai-CV

Darren Goins-CV

Hillel Roman “…The significance of the concrete versus the metaphorical, the human desire to get through the metaphor and to touch, the vain struggle to bridge the distance between the eye and the hand. Maybe that is the” privilege of the painter/sculptor, and the source of his relevance, despite it all. In any case, I […]

Igael Tumarkin was born in Dresden, Germany, in 1933   Tumarkin immigrated to Israel at the age of two, with his mother, who married Herzl Tumarkin. He was raised in Tel Aviv and Bat Yam. In 1954 he studied with Rudi Lehman, in Ein Hod. In 1955 went to Berlin to work as a scenographer for Bertolt […]

Jan Tichy – CV

Klone B. 1983 in Kharkov, Ukraine, currently lives and works in Tel Aviv. Influenced by his childhood emigration from the Ukraine to Israel, Klone’s initial practice of tagging and graffiti were personal challenges to themes of diaspora. This urban tradition allowed him to take ownership of his surrounding and localize an often hostile and alienating […]

Lea Nikel Born in the Ukraine in 1918, Lea Nikel immigrated to Palestine at the age of two. She grew up in Tel Aviv, studied with Gliksberg, Stematsky and Streichman. To continue her studies she travelled to Paris, where she lived and worked between 1950-1961,an important decade in the history of postwar European art. Nikel […]

Leo Ray Leo Ray-CV

Lothar Hempel – CV

Madeleine Boschan born 1979, lives and works in Berlin. Since 2008 she has participated in numerous institutional exhibitions throughout Europe and North America, amongst others: ACLA – Art Center Los Angeles. Autocenter, Berlin. b-05, Montabaur. Castlefield Gallery, Manchester. Daimler Contemporary, Berlin. Einraumhaus, Mannheim. Enea, Rapperswil-Jona. Forgotten Bar, Berlin. Galerie Bernd Kugler, Innsbruck. Galerie Klaus Gerrit […]

Matthew Chambers Matthew Chambers-CV

pichhadze-cv

Michal Rovner Rovner (b. 1957, Israel) work in video, sculpture, drawing, sound, and installation reflects on the continuum of human experience. Her work defines an evocative language of abstraction, dealing with themes such as time, history, and science. While generally avoiding specific issues or events, Rovner’s work shifts between the poetic and the political, and […]

Nahum Tevet Tevet is an Israeli sculptor born in 1946, in Kibbutz Mesilot, Israel. Tevet lives and works in Tel Aviv. Tevet’s conceptual work uses minimalism and other references (such as Bauhaus), creating sculptural/architectural installations based on geometrical modules.   In 1962, he studied at the Oranim Seminar in Kiryat Tiv’on. In 1968, he attended […]

Nir Harel-CV

Nirit Takele Born in Ethiopia in 1985, Takele immigrated to Israel in 1991 in “Operation Solomon” an Israeli military operation that transported more than 14,000 Ethiopian Jews to Israel in 36 hours. Although she grew up with very few memories of her childhood in Ethiopia, Nirit has been painting from a very young age practicing […]

CV_Noga Shtainer_2019

Ori Reisman Reisman was born 1924, Tel Yoseph, Israel. He participated in Aklim Group (founded 1974). He died in 1991. He studied at the studio of Yitzhak Frenkel, Tel Aviv in 1939 and at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, with Jean Souverbie’s Monumental Art Workshop from 1951 to 1953. He taugh at the Kibbutz Cabri, […]

Rami Maymon Rami Maymon-CV

Ron Amir Artistically speaking, Ron Amir is a long-distance runner. A single project of his may take unconventionally long periods of time – up to several years. His practice reaches a maximal print quality and a rewarding viewing experience by the use of large format, often cumbersome, analogue photography, which at the same time dictates […]

Rona Stern – CV

Shay Kun-CV

Siglit Landau At her core Landau is a sculptress; her work keeps a vibrant continuity between the formative living act of creating, and the final restive product created. She is best known for her epic multimedia installations which explore the complexities of living in a divided, traumatic geographical reality, arguably one of the most conflict […]

Tai Sahani- CV

Tal Yerushalmi-CV

Tsibi Geva Tsibi Geva is one of Israel’s most prominent and influential artists. Born in 1951 in Kibbutz Ein Shemer, Israel, Geva lives and works in Tel Aviv and New York. Since 1979 he has exhibited extensively worldwide. Solo exhibitions include the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1984); Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (1985); Tel Aviv Museum […]

Uri Katzenstein  Uri Katzenstein studied at the San Francisco Art Institute in the late 1970s, and after receiving his MFA moved to New York City where he lived and worked throughout the 1980s. His early performance works were regularly presented at such legendary performance venues as The Kitchen, the No Se No Social Club, Brooklyn […]

Uri Radovan Uri Radovan – CV

Vik Muniz  Vik Muniz was born as Vicente José de Oliveira Muniz to a working-class family in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1961. Relocating to the United States in 1983, he has since become one of the best-known contemporary Brazilian artists working today. He lives and works in New York and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Muniz has […]

Yehezkel Streichman-CV

Zigi Ben-Haim Born in Bagdad, Iraq. At the age of five his family fled the country to Israel via Iran. Zigi spent most of his adolescence in Tel-Aviv and studied at The Avni Institute of Fine Arts from 1966 to 1970. After he moved to the United States, he enrolled in the California College of […]

Installation View
2011
Headless Sound Installation
Ed. 3 of 6

Back of actress turning with head
2011
Photo
18.5 x 18.5 cm

Big Portrait
2011
Photo
24 x 24 cm

Cab
2011
Photo
15 x 15 cm

Cinema
2011
Photo
15 x 15 cm

Dress Changing
2011
Photo
18.5 x 18.5 cm

Dropping Sheets
2011
Photo
15 x 15 cm

Flower Diamond
2011
Photo
10.5 x 10.5 cm

Head Turn
2011
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15 x 15 cm

Hotel
2011
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18.5 x 18.5 cm

Lobby
2011
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10.5 x 10.5 cm

Neanderthal
2011
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10.5 x 10.5 cm

Paramount
2011
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18.5 x 18.5 cm

Scream
2011
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15 x 15 cm

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