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 Arik Ventura
His works are "imaginary stories" influenced by landscapes of the Land of Israel and parallel naïve art/children's paintings. Works in mixed media on canvas or on wood.
 Igal Ram
Igal Ram, born 1974 in Israel, Igal draw and sketch on and off roughly since I was 5, but have taken up painting only recently. Most of his latest works are outdoors ("en pleinair"), with pastels or oils, featuring the light, the people and the landscapes of Tel Aviv, where he lives
 Naomi Mendel
Mendel's practice is driven by her encounters with nature in processed form. As a continuation of the 18th Century Vanitas paintings, the artist paints everyday objects from her own contemporary time.
 Aya Chowers
Through my art and paintings, a rich inner world of unlimited emotions and feelings is expressed. Motion and unrest are evident, hinting at a process of being lost and found again, manifesting in colors and complex abstraction. The spectator is invited to join me in a journey of survival and hope.
 Sigal Yaron
art and design in papier mache, creates a variety of figures, furnitures, bowls and masks.
 Michal Avrech
Painter and Art Therapist. Uses Acrylic on canvas to create large, dynamic and expressive paintings – usually of Israeli landscapes.
 Amnon David Ar
Ar paints and draws his surrounds – both the people and everyday objects he finds around him in Tel Aviv. He does this, with a realist technique, often preferring to paint objects which are worn, rather than pristine.
 Shoshana Eden
Shoshana Eden (1917-2002)is a painter who painted her childhood memories of a shtetl in Poland. The paintings show the shtetl from a young girl's point of view, and they offer a unique look at a long gone world.
 Oz Malul
In my kinetic sculptures, ordinary and commonplace materials and objects are made strange, sometimes by a small alteration to them, sometimes by elaborate mechanical devices that I construct specifically for this purpose...
 ruth ben yaacov
Ruth Ben Yaacov Israeli artist and painter, graduates Hamidrasha school of art and Haifa university. Her work deals with femininity, childhood, imagination and inner experience, memory, game and nature


Featured Exhibitions

 מגדל פרישמן  /
The exhibition will present about 25 large abstract works that have been painted mainly recently (some of the paintings were specially painted for the exhibition) and they reflect, moments of life, external and internal landscapes ...
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New Exhibitions

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 Engel Gallery / the Sonic Signature of Substance
In this exhibition we create the connection between the sound and the image, between the melody to the story of modern and contemporary Israeli art.
 Rosenfeld Gallery / Concrete
The name of the exhibition Concrete seeks to use the dual meaning of the word. One is concrete, concrete and real, and the other is concrete - the building material identified with modernist architecture. Modern buildings often inhabit the works of Dorian Gottlieb, but their concreteity is in doubt.
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 Zemack Contemporary Art / Dede & Nitzan Mintz - Non-Destructive
New Dual Exhibition at Zemack Contemporary Art
Dede & Nitzan Mintz | Non-Destructive
Curator: Hagar Bril
 Museum on the seam / Even the Trees Bleed
The group exhibition presents the geo-political reality in which we live, and opens a contemporary and historical view of ourselves. It seeks to challenge our consciences again by means of the landscape around us and the nature that lives within us and serves as a mirror in which our weaknesses are reflected. Through its works, the exhibition reveals to us a wondrous world that we have never known existed. A human world with roots, trunks, branches and leaves, whose imagination to our world is astonishing in its power.
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 אודיטוריום חיפה- גלריה מס
The current exhibition is a documentation of a largely male culture: wine of all kinds, drinking utensils, and of course cigars. The works are tight, minimalist, concrete and not decorated with unnecessary decorations. In this respect, nothing shakes the viewer apart from the wonder of the technical skill, romanticism, sensuality and classics of the wine bottles that "flow" and touch the viewer, like a fine product that time can not.
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