Uri Cohen creates photographic works and sculptures capturing the moment and observing forms, colors, patterns and geometry. Self-taught artist who participated in group exhibitions in Israel and abroad.
Dan Birenboims studies in architecture art , and his subsequent work in Israel as an artist, curator, and urban planner inform his art practice. Frequently focusing on trees, parks, power-lines, ravens and forests, these motifs are woven into a dialogue of the greening of urban space, or the forest as a green lung".
A multidisciplinary artist dealing with realistic painting and drawing, etching, porcelain sculpture and installations in various materials: paper, glass and metal
Sima's works are connected to the consciousness of collective time and the space of personal memory. Above the fractions of reality represented in her work there is a whole world of fantasy and imagination.
Grossman is scarce with words. However, where sculpting is concerned, she is highly prolific. Grossman followed her need to use her hands and discovered sculpting. Her sculptures demonstrate her passion for direct contact between artist and material. Duality between fullness and emptiness, density and airiness, often echoes in Grossman's works.
Presents paintings, sculptures and installation.
M.A graduate of Tel Aviv university in art history and 'Basis' school of sculpture. Her Paintings and installations live on the line between the abstract and the concrete, careful planning and free spontaneity
Creates in various fields of art Sculpture, Photography, Painting and Engraving. Her art is exhibited in galleries and private collections all over the world.
Her work unfolds through a range of human emotions
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...
Cnaani's works are situated along the axis between sculpture to painting and drawing, and examines the relationship between them. Her images relate to ancient animals, wild plants, the human body and soil.
"I am interested in events or characters caught as embodiment of evil. in fact I deal with the conflict between the parties, between what is described as 'good' and what is defined 'Bad'.
I choose to leave traces of action of the substance, without concealment, create a workflow without effects, focusing on the materials and allowing space for material impact."
In her work, the artist examines the boundaries of the photographic medium, the way we perceive it and its potential alternative use as a raw material. Tamari cuts, dismantle and reassemble her photographs into a new three dimensional –made of photographs alone– world.