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2 JANUARY 2016

Dvora Morag

Dvora Morag The (non) Domestic Poem Morag presents us with three movements, three pulsations of life: the first appears to be a black, burnt house. The mineral layer of existence – literally for Morag, who is a second-generation Holocaust survivor – is burnt unto the black cloth, unto the doors that lead to nothingness. This […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

Oren Yevnin

Oren Yevnin I paint in watercolor on paper mostly landscape and still life. My work tends to be expressive and spontaneous. Watercolor is a dynamic medium and enables the painting process to be an interaction between the subject the painting and me. I am an industrial designer, but along the years I moved to do […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

SHIMON REZNIK

SHIMON REZNIK SCULPTOR T H E   P A T H   W I T H I N “My childhood years,” recalls sculptor Shimon Reznik, “resembled a life within a cloud of smoke. My life centered around the words of the song ס’ברענט, אונדזער שטעטל ברענט (it is burning, the town is burning). The fire […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

CARMEL ILAN

CARMEL ILAN Materiality Now   In Materiality Now, Carmel Ilan exhibits a series of photographic prints of her sculptural works, specifically created for this body-of-work. Ilan offers a new interpretation of her unique sculpting technique, in which one-of-a-kind sculptural pieces formed from folded, paper-based materials are woven closely on wooden boards. Found papers, taken from […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

DALIA ESHET

DALIA ESHET CREATIVE  ARTIST    Since the 1960’s Dalia has worked as a stylist in Professional Fashion and Advertising Photography, being one of the first to guide and direct professional models how to pose before a camera, turning every picture into an artistic illustration. In recent years, Dalia has developed into a crafts artist, creating […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

OPHEAR

OPHEAR OPHEAR, a self-taught artist, uses a mix of digitally created art and photography with creative editing and hand painted elements to create daring visual art. He creates modern day digital pointillism reminiscent of Henri Matisse; surreal Dali-esque photo-realistic art; vibrant masks with bold Hundertwasser-esque colors and mandalas inspired by historical spiritual and metaphysical tools […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

Amy Judd

Amy Judd Amy Judd is a London based artist represented by Hicks Gallery Wimbledon. Recent Avian work is a collection of sensitive silent moments; some full of whimsical intrigue, others more surreal and seductive. These paintings draw inspiration from the enchanting and imaginative relationship between women and birds found in traditional mythologies and folklores. The […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

Zvi Horesh. Populart

Zvi Horesh. PopulArt An interesting Homage to the art of the legendary Andy Warhol appears in a new pop art exhibition of the architect and multi-disciplinary artist Zvi Horesh. The pioneers of pop art created a new world with no boundaries and defied what was considered then the norms of what was acceptable and desired […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

Hillel Zhenwirth

Hillel  Zhenwirth I was born in Tel Aviv Israel on the 18th or 19th of April 1972 (depending on who you ask, my mother or the government). I’ve always loved fine arts especially painting and drawing, as a child I was always painting. After the army in 1994 I traveled to China where I studied […]

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2 JANUARY 2016

Jacek Yerka

Jacek Yerka Jacek Yerka has won international awards for his art, and has had exhibitions in Warsaw, Dusseldorf, Los Angeles, Paris and London. He works and resides, with his family, in a rural enclave of his native Poland. Born in Poland in 1952, Jacek yerka studied fine art and graphics prior to becoming a full-time […]

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