Palm Beach Modern+Contemporary - Logo

JANUARY 11-15 | 2018 VIP PREVIEW JAN 11

ZK Gallery

Amber McCandless   ()

Fiona Doyle   ()

About

Exhibiting Artists

  • James Ame  (+)

    Biography : Ame72 from his real name James Ame, a full-time artist who does street art all around the world. With an authentic background in graffiti and street art, Ame72 has developed his style into what he best describes as 'Conceptual Pop Art'. Having already exhibited in world renowned museums, galleries and auctions around the world, and been featured in numerous publications, including the iconic book, 'The Cult Of Lego'. Indeed, well-known as “Lego guy”, he uses these mass-produced molded smiling toy puppets, as a mean to transmit a message in his art prints. Messages borrowed from the urban texture and aimed towards the society’s characteristics: economic abundance, consumerism and commercialization.

    Exhibition : Animamix Biennial, Museum Of Contemporary Art, Beijing & Shanghai,China.
    Inside Job, Tel Aviv Museum Of Contemporary Art, Helena Pavillion,
    Tel Aviv, Israel.
    Tel Aviv Museum Of Art, More than Canvas, Haft Hall, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    Comics Cartoon Museum, Holon, Israel.
    Hebert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry, UK.
    Auction
    Bonhams Urban Art, New Bond Street, London, UK.
    Matsart Fine Art Auctions, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    DNFA Urban Contemporary, London, UK.
    Tirosh Fine Art Auction, Israel.
    Grays Auction, Sydney, Australia.
    John Nicholsons Fine Art Auctions, Surrey, UK.
    Swedish Royal Opera
    Painted Samson & Delila artwork in Tel Aviv for Royal Swedish Opera.
    Attitude Gallery, Congleton, UK
    34 FineArt, Cape Town, South Africa.
    Eden Gallery, Madison Avenue, New York, USA.
    Black Rat Press, London, UK.
    Inoperable Gallery, Vienna, Austria.
    Galeria Arte, Guadalajara, Mexico.
    Sea No Evil Art Show, Riverside, California, USA.
    Kishon Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    Tiroche Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    Brooklyn Nite Gallery, New York, USA.
    T&P Fine Art, Philadelphia, USA.
    Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London, UK.
    Ronen, Antwerp, Belgium.
    Comme il Faux, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    MSA Gallery, Paris, France.
    Legal Action Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    Graffik Gallery, London.
    Design Space, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    Upfest Gallery, Bristol, UK.
    Urban Kind, UK.
    Atelier Rose & Gray, Hale, UK.
    Print & Press
    Untitled Street Art book
    DNFA catalogue cover
    The Art Of Lego book
    Comics Cartoon catalogue cover
    Olmert Street Art book
    Wired
    Juxtapoz
    Time Out Tel Aviv
    Sands Of Time, Magnetic Island Times, Australia
    Designed front cover for Schlueufen paper, Germany
    Art Fair, TV & Event
    Grand Art Fair, Royal Victoria Dock, London.
    Fresh Paint Art Fair, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    Cans Festival, London, UK
    POW Open Day, London.
    Upfest Street Art Festival, Bristol.
    Meeting Of Styles, New Jersey, New York, USA.
    Lost Property, London, Manchester, Sheffield, Tel Aviv, Barcelona,
    Sydney, New York.
    Red Bull Street Elements, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    Motorola Stree

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Ruth Bloch  (+)

    Biography : Ruth Bloch was born in 1951 to artistic parents. Her father was a musician and her mother a ceramic artist. An avid painter from an early age, Ruth attended the Avny Art Institute where her talent was immediately recognized by her professors. She was encouraged to continue working in her own creative mode and to develop the personal style that characterizes her sculpture today. "For me, what makes art is pureness, the fewer stages you have from the inner you to the art, the better," explains the artist. This philosophy inspires much of her creation. She strives to deliver a pure quality from the profound depths of the self and this is illustrated in a piece like "Family" which evokes the sense of unity and togetherness that is fostered in her own family. Bloch speaks of a period spent in the desert area of Arava, with her husband and her four children in very positive terms despite the health problems that she suffered at this time. This move helped her discover her artistic bearings and in her own words, "to create, to love, to wrap my family around me, to give and to receive love. I see the world in brighter colors now."

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Ruth Bloch  (+)

    Biography : Ruth Bloch was born in Israel in 1951 to artistic parents. Her father was a musician, while her mother worked in ceramics, Ruth’s family lived in a Kibbutz called Alonim, a place where, in her early youth, she was afforded many opportunities to develop her artistic abilities. As a young adult, Ruth attended the Avni Art Institute in Tel Aviv. She furthered her education in the United States where she received a degree in psychology. Bloch looks back fondly on a period spent in the desert area of Arava with her husband and her four children. Despite suffering from health problems at the time, overall, it was very positive experience. The move to the desert led her to the discovery of artistic bearings and, in her own words, inspired her, "to create, to love, to wrap my family around me, to give and to receive love. I see the world in brighter colors now."

    Exhibition : Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Atlas Galleries, Chicago, IL
    Arta Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel
    Tribes Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    Galerie Vivendi, Paris, France
    Galerie Castiglione, Barbizon, France
    Dharma Studio, Coconut Grove, FL
    Studio E Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
    Galerie Dauphin, Singapore
    Cafmeyer Gallery Knokke, Heist, Belgium
    Galerie Du Soleil, Naples, FL
    Lanoue Fine Art, Boston, MA
    Creekside Gallery, Park City, UT



    International Shows
    2006 Art Miami, FL | Sofa, NY | Palm Beach Antique Show, FL | Art Show London | Art Shanghai, China | Art Toronto, Canada

    2005 Art Miami, FL | Art Palm Springs, CA | Sofa, Chicago, IL | Palm Beach 3, FL | Art Show London | Art Shanghai, China | Art and Design, NY | Palm Beach Antique Show, FL

    2004 Art Miami, FL | Art Palm Springs, CA | Sofa, Chicago, IL | Palm Beach Contemporary Art, FL | Art Shanghai, China | Art and Design, NY | Palm Beach Antique Show, FL

    2003 Art Miami, FL | Art Palm Springs, CA | Sofa, Chicago, IL | Palm Beach Contemporary Art, FL | Europe Art, Geneva | Art Show, London | Palm Beach Antique Show, FL

    2002 Art Miami, FL | Art Palm Springs, CA | Contemporary Art Fair, Hong Kong, Chin |

    2001 Sofa, Chicago, IL | Art Expo, CA | Art Palm Springs, CA

    2000 Art Expo, Miami, FL | Art 21, Las Vegas, NV | Sofa, Chicago, IL | Art Expo, Los Angeles, CA

    1999 Art 21, Las Vegas, NV

    1998 Art Palm Beach, FL | Sofa, NY | Art Vancouver, Canada | Art Expo, Los Angeles, CA | Sofa, Chicago, IL

    1997 Art Palm Beach, FL | Art 21 Las Vegas, NV | Sofa, Chicago, IL | Art America, Miami, FL | Art Expo, CA

    1996 Art Miami, FL

    1995 Art Miami, FL | Art Expo Miami, FL

    1990-2006 Art Expo NY

    Solo Shows

    2003 Galerie Vivendi, Paris, France

    2002 Galerie Vivendi, Paris, France

    2001 Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco, CA | Atlas Galleries, Chicago, IL

    2000 Arta Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel; Galerie Vivendi, Paris, Franc

    Detailed Description : Ruth Bloch's growth as sculptor is far easier to trace than her influences. As a figurative sculptor, Bloch most closely relates to Henry Moore for his fluidity of line and his genius for making massive appear delicate. Her work entitled, "Fatherhood," blends human forms in an eternal circle, echoing Moore's ability to realize the full potential of the sculptural form. Bloch, however, unlike her predecessor, allows no separation between man, woman and child. In Ruth’s view, all of these figures are one instead of separate; we all play a key role in the perpetual circle of life. The influence of the Italian Master, Alberto Giacometti, is also quite visible in Bloch's art. Her stylized, elongated figures and the highly textural patinas that define her bronze work are reminiscent of Giacometti's artistic individuality.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Ruth Bloch  (+)

    Biography : Ruth Bloch was born in Israel in 1951 to artistic parents. Her father was a musician, while her mother worked in ceramics, Ruth’s family lived in a Kibbutz called Alonim, a place where, in her early youth, she was afforded many opportunities to develop her artistic abilities. As a young adult, Ruth attended the Avni Art Institute in Tel Aviv. She furthered her education in the United States where she received a degree in psychology.

    Exhibition : Permanent Gallery Exhibitions:

    Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco, CA

    Atlas Galleries,Chicago, IL

    Arta Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel

    Tribas Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

    Galerie Vivendi, Paris, France

    Galerie Castiglione, Barbizon, France

    Dharma Studio, Coconut Grove, FL
    ZK Gallery, San Francisco, CA

    Studio E Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens, FL

    Galerie Dauphin, Singapore

    Cafmeyer Gallery Knokke, Heist, Belgium

    Galerie Du Soleil, Naples, FL

    Lanoue Fine Art, Boston, MA

    Creekside Gallery, Park City, UT

    Detailed Description : Ruth Bloch's growth as sculptor is far easier to trace than her influences. As a figurative sculptor, Bloch most closely relates to Henry Moore for his fluidity of line and his genius for making massive appear delicate. Her work entitled, "Fatherhood," blends human forms in an eternal circle, echoing Moore's ability to realize the full potential of the sculptural form. Bloch, however, unlike her predecessor, allows no separation between man, woman and child. In Ruth’s view, all of these figures are one instead of separate; we all play a key role in the perpetual circle of life. The influence of the Italian Master, Alberto Giacometti, is also quite visible in Bloch's art. Her stylized, elongated figures and the highly textural patinas that define her bronze work are reminiscent of Giacometti's artistic individuality. Currently, Bloch lives and sculpts in Israel. Her work exhibits a great depth of feeling for the human figure, revealing the living unity of both masculine and feminine forces. She has mastered working with bronze, and her elegant human sculptures are viscerally appealing to people of all ages. Her works are exhibited all over the world.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Ruth Bloch  (+)

    Biography : Ruth Bloch was born in Israel in 1951 to artistic parents. Her father was a musician, while her mother worked in ceramics, Ruth’s family lived in a Kibbutz called Alonim, a place where, in her early youth, she was afforded many opportunities to develop her artistic abilities. As a young adult, Ruth attended the Avni Art Institute in Tel Aviv. She furthered her education in the United States where she received a degree in psychology.

    Exhibition : Permanent Gallery Exhibitions:
    Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Atlas Galleries,Chicago, IL
    Arta Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel
    Tribes Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    Galerie Vivendi, Paris, France
    Galerie Castiglione, Barbizon, France
    Dharma Studio, Coconut Grove, FL ZK Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Studio E Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
    Galerie Dauphin, Singapore
    Cafmeyer Gallery Knokke, Heist, Belgium
    Galerie Du Soleil, Naples, FL
    Lanoue Fine Art, Boston, MA
    Creekside Gallery, Park City, UT
    International Shows
    1990-2006 ArtExpo NY
    1995 Art Miami, FL, Art Expo Miami, FL
    1996 Art Miami, FL
    1997 Art Palm Beach, FL, Art 21 Las Vegas, NV
    Sofa, Chicago, IL
    Art America, Miami, FL
    Art Expo, CA
    1998 Art Palm Beach, FL
    Sofa, NY
    Art Vancouver, Canada
    Art Expo, Los Angeles, CA
    Sofa, Chicago, IL
    1999 Art 21, Las Vegas, NV
    2000 ArtExpo, Miami, FL; Art 21, Las Vegas, NV; Sofa, Chicago, IL;
    ArtExpo, Los Angeles, CA;
    2001 Sofa, Chicago, IL; Art Expo, CA; Art Palm Springs, CA
    2002 Art Miami, FL; Art Palm Springs, CA; Contemporary Art Fair, Hong Kong, China
    2003 Art Miami, FL; Art Palm Springs, CA; Sofa Chicago; Palm Beach Contemporary
    Art, FL; Europe Art, Geneva; Art Show, London; Palm Beach Antique Show, FL.
    2004 Art Miami, FL; Art Palm Springs, CA; Sofa Chicago; Palm Beach Contemporary Art, FL; Art Shanghai, China; Art and Design, NY; Palm Beach Antique Show, FL. 2005 Art Miami, FL; Art Palm Springs, CA; Sofa Chicago; Palm Beach 3, FL;

    Detailed Description : Ruth Bloch's growth as sculptor is far easier to trace than her influences. As a figurative sculptor, Bloch most closely relates to Henry Moore for his fluidity of line and his genius for making massive appear delicate. Her work entitled, "Fatherhood," blends human forms in an eternal circle, echoing Moore's ability to realize the full potential of the sculptural form. Bloch, however, unlike her predecessor, allows no separation between man, woman and child. In Ruth’s view, all of these figures are one instead of separate; we all play a key role in the perpetual circle of life. The influence of the Italian Master, Alberto Giacometti, is also quite visible in Bloch's art. Her stylized, elongated figures and the highly textural patinas that define her bronze work are reminiscent of Giacometti's artistic individuality.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Ruth Bloch  (+)

    Biography : Ruth Bloch was born in Israel in 1951 to artistic parents. Her father was a musician, while her mother worked in ceramics, Ruth’s family lived in a Kibbutz called Alonim, a place where, in her early youth, she was afforded many opportunities to develop her artistic abilities. As a young adult, Ruth attended the Avni Art Institute in Tel Aviv. She furthered her education in the United States where she received a degree in psychology.

    Exhibition : Permanent Gallery Exhibitions:
    Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Atlas Galleries,Chicago, IL
    Arta Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel
    Tribes Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    Galerie Vivendi, Paris, France
    Galerie Castiglione, Barbizon, France
    Dharma Studio, Coconut Grove, FL ZK Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Studio E Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
    Galerie Dauphin, Singapore
    Cafmeyer Gallery Knokke, Heist, Belgium
    Galerie Du Soleil, Naples, FL
    Lanoue Fine Art, Boston, MA
    Creekside Gallery, Park City, UT
    International Shows
    1990-2006 ArtExpo NY
    1995 Art Miami, FL, Art Expo Miami, FL
    1996 Art Miami, FL
    1997 Art Palm Beach, FL, Art 21 Las Vegas, NV
    Sofa, Chicago, IL
    Art America, Miami, FL
    Art Expo, CA
    1998 Art Palm Beach, FL
    Sofa, NY
    Art Vancouver, Canada
    Art Expo, Los Angeles, CA
    Sofa, Chicago, IL
    1999 Art 21, Las Vegas, NV
    2000 ArtExpo, Miami, FL; Art 21, Las Vegas, NV; Sofa, Chicago, IL;
    ArtExpo, Los Angeles, CA;
    2001 Sofa, Chicago, IL; Art Expo, CA; Art Palm Springs, CA
    2002 Art Miami, FL; Art Palm Springs, CA; Contemporary Art Fair, Hong Kong, China
    2003 Art Miami, FL; Art Palm Springs, CA; Sofa Chicago; Palm Beach Contemporary
    Art, FL; Europe Art, Geneva; Art Show, London; Palm Beach Antique Show, FL.
    2004 Art Miami, FL; Art Palm Springs, CA; Sofa Chicago; Palm Beach Contemporary Art, FL; Art Shanghai, China; Art and Design, NY; Palm Beach Antique Show, FL. 2005 Art Miami, FL; Art Palm Springs, CA; Sofa Chicago; Palm Beach 3, FL;

    Detailed Description : Ruth Bloch's growth as sculptor is far easier to trace than her influences. As a figurative sculptor, Bloch most closely relates to Henry Moore for his fluidity of line and his genius for making massive appear delicate. Her work entitled, "Fatherhood," blends human forms in an eternal circle, echoing Moore's ability to realize the full potential of the sculptural form. Bloch, however, unlike her predecessor, allows no separation between man, woman and child. In Ruth’s view, all of these figures are one instead of separate; we all play a key role in the perpetual circle of life. The influence of the Italian Master, Alberto Giacometti, is also quite visible in Bloch's art. Her stylized, elongated figures and the highly textural patinas that define her bronze work are reminiscent of Giacometti's artistic individuality.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Yi Shin Chiang  (+)

    Biography : Yi Shin (Nora) Chiang, born in Taiwan in 1987, is a Fine Art artist now based in San Francisco. Her love in painting started at the age of 16. In 2005, the winning of 2nd place of Canada B.C. Annual Memorial Contest was a milestone for Yi Shin and this encouraged her to receive her B.F.A. in Illustration from Academy of Art University. After graduation, her passion in art led her to pursue her MFA in Fine Art in Academy of Art University. In 2013, she got the opportunity to go to Italy for a summer-term program at Santa Reparata International School of Art. She currently emphasizes on oil medium and is knowledgeable in watercolor, gouache, acrylic, etc. Majority of her works focus on portraiture, figurative, landscape, and cityscape. In addition, she is currently doing a portrait series, "Half Empty, Half Full" that examines the critical moment when two opposing emotions coexist in competition, the depiction of an unresolved dilemma as revealed in the facial expression of someone paused at a turning point.

    Exhibition : AWARDS

    2015 Coos Art Museum: Expressions West 2015, Honorable Mention
    2015 de Young Museum: 19th Annual de Young Showcase “Divergence: Emerging Legacies”, Finalist
    ​2015 Artist Portfolio Magazine: 2014/15 Portraits Art Exhibition, Top 20
    2015 Peoria Art Guild: Nude Attitude 2015, Finalist
    2015 Ninth Annual International Juried Exhibit Au Naturel: The Nude in the 21st Century, Finalist
    2014 Dab Art Host: 2014 International Juried show at the HUD Gallery, Best in Show
    2014 The Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club 118th Annual Open Juried Exhibition, Finalist
    2014 BoldBrush Painting Competition, Jury's Favorite
    2014 Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery, 5th Annual "Abstracts" competition, Special Recognition (SR) Artist
    2014 Academy of Art University Annual Spring Show, MFA Abstract Painting, 3rd Place
    2013 Academy of Art University Annual Spring Show, MFA Abstract Painting, 2nd Place
    2013 BoldBrush Painting Competition, Jury's Favorite
    2012 Taiwan Museum of Fine Art 1st "Beauty of Taiwan" Contest, Finalist
    2005 Canada B.C Annual Memorial Contest, 2nd Place

    EXHIBITIONS

    2015 Legacy and Divergence, 111 Minna Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2015 19th Annual de Young Showcase “Divergence: Emerging Legacies”, de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA
    2015 Expressions West 2015 Exhibition, Coos Art Museum, OR
    2015 3rd Annual Nude Attitude Exhibition, Peoria Art Guild Gallery, IL
    2015 Small Works 2015 Exhibit, Limner Gallery, Hudson, NY
    2015 Ninth Annual International Juried Exhibit Au Naturel: The Nude in the 21st Century, Clatsop Community College's Art Center Gallery, Astoria, OR
    2014 The Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club 118th Annual Open Juried Exhibition, National Art Club, New York, NY
    2014 Dab Art's International Juried Show, HUD Gallery, Ventura, CA
    2014 Tiny Show, Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2014 "Half Empty, Half Full", The Cannery Gallery, San Francis

    Detailed Description : “This ambiguous moment is both optimistic and pessimistic at the same time,” explains Chiang. “There must be times in life when you hit a crossroads. Any kind of decision you make can change your life completely, but there would be no turning back once the choice has been made.” Chiang works exclusively with close friends and family, taking countless photos in preparation before executing a life-size study, then the final portrait. The figurative paintings represent earlier explorations of a similar theme in which ambiguity is expressed through the suggestion of motion, yet encompasses emotional ambivalence as well. Comparison of the two series provides insight into the maturing of the underlying concept.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Jan Davidoff  (+)

    Biography : It would be too easy to follow one’s first impression and dismiss Jan Davidoff’s paintings as “figurative art”. In fact, his works are to be positioned on a level between concreteness and abstraction, on which real life scenes are confronted with a deeper meaning. Therefore photographs of travel experiences are being adapted on the computer back at the studio and then reduced to silhouettes, exaggerated and layered in various pictorial planes to set them into re-evaluating and significant contexts. For example, the crowd paintings are inspired by Davidoff’s experiences in the tourist strongholds all over the world. But at the same time the indifferent background detaches the masses from their object relations and implements a second level of meaning. It is not about a real scene in front of a mighty cathedral or at a strongly frequented fair, it is more about the crowd itself and the role of the individual in its middle. The often used golden background intensifies this detachedness from content by evoking an association with the early Medieval religious icons, in which saints – enraptured from the material world – are painted in front of a golden background. Hence the viewer is confronted with the question about the relation between the individual and the almost overpowering mass. In Davidoff’s paintings the one or other person stands out, because of extraordinary clothing or a specially exposed position. But on the whole the individual person gets lost and only the dominating human crowd remains to be seen, analogical to a beehive. That conjures up a feeling of being lost, but at the same time the will to self-assertion. This way Jan Davidoff manages to communicate one of the most fundamental desires of today’s society, the perception as a unique individual, in his at first so easily as solely “figurative” classified paintings. Soon it is evident, that Davidoff’s works aren’t mere travel impressions, but an evaluation of the constellati

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Sally Fuerst  (+)

    Biography : Sally Jane Fuerst grew up in Connecticut and began studying drawing and painting in pre-college programs at Parson’s New School in New York. In 2005 she moved to NYC and enrolled in Pratt Institute’s fine arts undergraduate program majoring in painting. After two years, Sally moved to Italy to focus her art education on learning to draw and paint the figure. In 2009 she moved to London to complete her student career at the London Atelier of Representational Art. Sally Jane continues to live and work in London.

    Exhibition : 2015 Atelier: The Art of Representation, Mall Galleries, London UK
    2015 Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Fehily Contemporary, Sydney AU
    2015 Decorex International, Cox London, London UK
    2015 Blow Ups and Dolls, Solo presentation at Home House with Mehta Bell Projects, London, UK
    2014 APART 2014 London Winter Exhibition, London UK
    2014 India Art Fair, Scream Gallery, New Delhi IN
    2014 Art Stage Singapore, Scream Gallery, SG
    2013 Breaking The Ice, RuArts Gallery, Moscow RU
    2013 Telling Tales, Scream Gallery, London UK
    2013 Strarta Art Fair, Scream Gallery, London UK
    2013 Summer Exhibition, Scream Gallery, London UK
    2013 VII , Stolen Space Gallery, London UK
    2013 Scope Basel Art Fair, Scream Gallery, Basel SW
    2012 Death Rattle, Top Office Machines, London UK
    2012 Group Exhibition,T5 Gallery, London UK
    2012 Islington Contemporary Art and Design Fair, Candid Arts, London UK
    2012 ‘Peeps’. two person exhibition with Luca Indraccolo, Netil 000, London UK
    2012 The Other Art Fair, Ambika P3, London, UK
    2012 Home Office of the Fan Fiction Empire, Residence Gallery, London, UK
    2012 Pastel Society Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London, UK
    2011 Royal Institute of Oil Painters Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London, UK
    2011 London Lives: Travel Exhibition, Bankside Gallery, London, UK
    2011 Cork Street Open Exhibition, The Gallery in Cork Street, London UK
    2011 Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries,
    London UK
    2010 Cork Street Open Exhibition, The Gallery in Cork Street, London UK
    2010 Group Show, Paris in Plantsville Gallery, Plantsville, CT USA

    Detailed Description : Sally Fuerst’s paintings skillfully combine the contemporary with the classical. Inspired by popular culture and appropriating the style of fashion photography, Fuerst meticulously paints images of beautiful and confident women in playful fancy-dress costumes, such as Batman and Robin, or women posing with props, such as rainbows, Mickey Mouse balloons, a space hopper and a giant, inflatable zebra. Fuerst’s approach is cheeky and humorous, but the figures are rendered with such skill and diligence that, from afar, they seem photo-realist.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Goren Gil  (+)

    Biography : Gil Goren Born in Afula and until the age of 14 lived between Kiryat Amal, Netanya, Rehovot, Beit Shemesh, and from there attended a military academy. From the military academy, Gil served in the Israely Airforce for six years. After serving, Goren lived in Kibbutz Yagur and from there went on a journey by ship to the islands of Greece, South of France, and to Amsterdam. In Amsterdam, Goren settled down to live for two years. Following his European adventure, Goren moved back to Israel and lived in the old city of Jerusalem, then he move to Kibbutz Yagur, and finally to Haifa. Where he studied visual arts & Grafic Design for 4 years in the wizo academy of design. in Haifa Goren settled down and built his house by the green mountain of the Carmel. Goren is an advertiser, graphic designer, and copy writer. He is the senior creative director and manager of design at Yehushua/TBWA, one of the leading advertising agency in Israel. Goren has managed and continues to manage hundreds of ad campaigns for leading brands. He has won prizes in Israel and in major cosmopolitan capitals around the world. In 2009, on a sunny New York afternoon everything came together - the advertising messages, the typography, the colors, the layout, the richness of information, and the unstoppable movement of the city. All these aspects came together to create a process of creativity that resulted in the art of Goren. All of the photos that are exhibited were taken by Goren in New York between 2009 - 2013 and they are the basic materials of the artworks. The photos are printed directly on small pieces of wood in the shapes of squares and rectangles. These individual pieces are modern icons that are than glued in a collage form onto a large slab of wood. Each piece has his own unique concept and message. The artwork is all made by hand.

    Exhibition : March-April 2014 Solo Exhibition Kastiel As Is Gallery Tel Aviv Israel
    May 2014 ACHK Conard hong kong Hong Kong Hong Kong
    August 2014 Museum Windows Ramat Aviv Tel Aviv Israel IRON DOME AND TEAR (ART IN SHADE OF WAR)
    July 2014 Represented By TRIBES Gallery Tel Aviv Israel

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Yann Houri  (+)

    Biography : Yann Houri, a self-taught artist, specializes in deep exploration of the human condition. This Paris-based talent is in his mid-twenties, and by delving into new techniques and materials, Yann’s creations invariably evoke strong emotional responses. A talent for drawing and an eye for photography, he combined his skills with painting to evoke strong emotions through an explosion of color and texture.

    Exhibition : Heart of Madness, Gallery Ange Basso, Paris (2012)
    Feelings make your future, Gallery Bel Air Fine Art, Geneve (2013)
    Gallery Bel Air Fine Art, Geneve, Dubai, Cran Montana, Forte dei Marmi (2014)
    Gallery des Lices, Saint Tropez
    Gallery Ange Basso, Paris
    Gallery Lab Art

    Detailed Description : Human feelings serve as the main inspiration for Houri. He establishes an instantly recognizable contrast between drawing with clear and accomplished lines, and painting with a maddening flurry of vibrant colors.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Carmel Ilan  (+)

    Biography : Carmel Ilan was born in Jerusalem. A graduate of Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, Israel, with an MA from Parsons School of Design, New York, she worked as a textile and furniture designer. After graduating from the Basis School of Art, she engaged in sculpture, and today works exclusively with paper. Ilan has participated in many exhibitions in Israel, and in recent years has staged solo exhibitions in Moscow and Tokyo. Ilan’s striking works do not fall into the conventional categories of painting or sculpture, but rather lie somewhere in-between. Her flickering landscapes consist of dense rows of paper which she folds and fastens via laborious, patient work. The continuous lines that run along the work combined with the changing hues of the paper scraps, elicit a sense of constant motion. The borders between image and background, between the real and its silhouette, dissolve, and the alternately enhanced and fading coloration emphasizes the sense of transience. The images seem to grow within a field of folded paper extracted from journals and books. Their reading becomes observation. Paper scraps which were once a tree resume being forest images, thereby preserving the sense of cyclical growth imprinted in their material memory. The works convey the affinities and interrelations between all that exists. The tree is made of “non-tree” elements: air, water, and earth. The boat has no independent existence without the sea, and all of these would not exist without our consciousness. Ilan’s work is meditative. Her rhythm sweeps her into total practice. She weaves her images, which sprout and dissolve amid the paper folds, still unbound by fixed, concrete form. Coloration is also obtained within the monochrome; text becomes texture. For Ilan, the ability to endure the eternal permutations of the material and the images openly and attentively is the essence: “No man’s land is the place for me; a place without clear borders to define and delimit i

    Exhibition :
    SHIRLEY SHOR
    CRYPTOMANIA
    NOV 30, 2017 - JAN 1, 2018
    PAST EXHIBITIONS VIEW ALL / 2017 / 2016 / 2015 / 2014 / 2013 / 2012 / 2011

    YIGAL OZERI
    THE STORM
    OCT 19 - NOV 24, 2017

    GROUP SHOW
    TOP OF THE POP
    SEP 14 - OCT 13, 2017

    GROUP SHOW
    SUMMER SHOW 17
    AUG 8 - SEP 17, 2017

    PHILIPPE PASQUA
    MEMENTO MORI
    JUN 8 - JUL 28, 2017

    KOBI ASSAF
    DIS-PLAY
    APR 21 - MAY 14, 2017

    GROUP SHOW
    APRIL 2017
    APR 21 - MAY 26, 2017

    GROUP SHOW
    MARCH 2017
    MAR 10 - APR 14, 2017

    DANA ZALTZMAN
    SOLO SHOW
    JAN 19 - MAR 5, 2017

    GROUP SHOW
    ALTERNATIVE
    JAN 19 - MAR 5, 2017

    ROGER BALLEN
    THE THEATRE OF APPARITIONS
    DEC 22, 2016 - JAN 17, 2017

    GROUP SHOW
    HOMECOMING
    DEC 22, 2016 - JAN 17, 2017

    BAR FROM & ANAT ROZENSON BEN-HUR
    SITE SPECIFIC
    NOV 3 - DEC 9, 2016

    YUVAL YAIRI
    SURVEYOR
    SEP 15 - OCT 26, 2016

    MICHAL BARATZ KOREN
    MAYNE TAYERE
    SEP 15 - OCT 23, 2016

    ERAN SHAKINE
    LOOKING AT YOU / TALKING TO MYSELF
    JUL 7 - SEP 2, 2016
    Orit Hofshi: Beacon
    ORIT HOFSHI
    BEACON
    MAY 19 - JUN 26, 2016

    GROUP SHOW
    SPRING BREAK
    APR 20 - MAY 18, 2016

    JONATHAN GOLDMAN
    BACK TO SHORE
    MAR 2 - APR 8, 2016

    GROUP SHOW
    TOPOGRAPHY
    MAR 3 - APR 15, 2016
    Zemack Contemporary Art
    GROUP SHOW
    40,30,20
    JAN 8, 2015 - FEB 19, 2016

    PIET VAN DEN BOOG
    THE ALCHEMIST
    NOV 26 - DEC 25, 2015

    YIGAL OZERI
    PAINTING THROUGH A LENS
    OCT 8 - NOV 20, 2015

    RONEN RAZ
    SILVER PHARM
    AUG 13 - SEP 4, 2015

    GROUP SHOW
    SUMMER SHOW 15
    JUL 16 - AUG 11, 2015

    ORIT AKTA HILDESHEIM
    DON’T MENTION THE ROPE…
    JUN 4 - JUL 2, 2015

    SPECIAL PROJECT
    STUDIOS
    MAR 27 - APR 24, 2015

    GROUP SHOW
    COLLECTION HIGHLIGHTS
    APR 30 - MAY 20, 2015

    GROUP SHOW
    CONCRETE FANTASY
    FEB 26 - MAR 26, 2015

    LEE YANOR
    ROOMS
    JAN 3 - FEB 20, 2015

    ILAN BARUCH
    SOLO EXHIBITION
    OCT 30 - DEC 26, 2014

    LEONID BALAKAV
    ONE MAN SHOW
    OCT 30 - DEC 26, 2014

    KOBI ASSAF
    ELSE-WHERE
    SEP 18 - OCT 24, 2014

    LIRON KROLL
    SAND BOX
    JUL 17 - AUG 14, 2014

    ANGELIKA SHER
    FIFTH COLUMN
    JUN 5 - JUL 4, 2014

    ERAN SHAKINE
    GRAFFITIGIRL
    MAY 2 - 30, 2014

    ARAM GERSHUNI
    JUST LOOKING
    APR 4 -

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Isaac Kahn  (+)

    Biography : Isaac Kahn was born in Lithuania in 1950. He began his studies in 1966 at The Art Institute “Dr. Israel Goldstein” in Jerusalem, where he received his degree in sculpture and painting. During this time he took advantage of painting courses at the Bezalel Art School. In 1974, Isaac moved to Montevideo, Uruguay, to attend the University of Plastic Arts, where he specialized in sculpture. There he worked with a group of sculptors and made both the seal of arms of Uruguay and a Diorama, now on display at the Cours of Justice in Montevideo. In Isaac’s paintings, he attempts to make it appear three-dimensional by presenting his figures to us in multiple viewpoints, seen from different angles and diverse perspectives. His approach to the human figure is portrayed through the redefinition of pictorial space, the reduction of the human anatomy to geometric form and the abandonment of the body’s normal proportions. What he seems to do is organize his perceptions and recompose them into a figurative sequence in which he has concentrated the highest degree of visual unity and a moment of multiple view points.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Isaac Kahn

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Jorge Marin  (+)

    Biography : Jorge Marín was born in Uruapan, Michoacán, Mexico, in 1963. As a 7-year-old, he moved with his family to Mexico City. With over a quarter century of experience, he proudly represents Mexico through unique bronze sculpting. Marín’s work illuminates the intrinsic strength and force that emanates from creation; these pieces challenge Jorge to construct dynamic bodies, full of movement, pushing gravity, rotating in space, despite oftentimes being supported by one point, or seemingly suspended in midair. Furthermore, Jorge’s work delicately examines the struggle between the coldness of bronze and the warmth his subjects emit through their emotional expressiveness. His focus on the perfection of an equilibrium is usually framed with imperfect figures complete with imposing wings. Another distinctive Marín trait is his recurring utilization of masks: this is his way of depersonalizing sculptures, whereby bodies and obscured faces become universal symbols. He has dabbled in various sculptural dimensions, ranging from miniature to monumental. These formats have been exhibited both in Mexico and abroad, seizing public space, generating an unprecedented dialogue between artwork and viewer, creating not only functional art but also ample opportunity for varied, meaningful artistic interpretation.

    Exhibition : El Cuerpo Como Paisaje, Beijing – China
    Grandes Maestros. Transición y Ruptura en la pintura Mexicana
    El Cuerpo Como Paisaje, Bandung – Indonesia
    Donación Alas de México a la Ciudad de México
    Alas de la Ciudad, Houston – Texas
    El Lenguaje del Cuerpo, Dinamarca
    El Lenguaje del Cuerpo, Torreón – México
    El Cuerpo Como Paisaje, Singapur
    El Cuerpo Como Paisaje, Guangzhou – China
    Raza de Bronce, Aeropuerto Benito Juárez
    "Alas de la Ciudad" Brownsville – Texas
    Ángel de la Seguridad Social
    El Cuerpo Como Paisaje, Shanghai – China
    “Alas de la Ciudad”. Itinerancia norteamericana - BROWNSVILLE
    “El Cuerpo como Paisaje”. Itinerancia asiática
    "Alas de la Ciudad" Tamaulipas
    "Dioses y Héroes" Museo Felipe S. Gutiérrez. Toluca, México
    "El Cuerpo como Paisaje" Museo Reyes Meza, Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
    Presea Melchor Ocampo
    "Alas de la Ciudad" en Morelia, Michoacán
    "El Cuerpo como Paisaje" en Lieja, Bélgica.
    "Alas de la Ciudad" Campeche
    "El Cuerpo como Paisaje" en la Comisión Europea Bruselas, Bélgica.
    Visiones del Arte Mexicano (2011)
    "El Cuerpo como Paisaje" Casa Redonda, Chihuahua.
    "Alas de la Ciudad" En el Festival Internacional de Campeche.
    "El Cuerpo como Paisaje" Torreón Coahuila.
    "El Cuerpo como Paisaje" San Petesburgo, Rusia
    Alas de México, Tel Aviv Port, Israel
    "Alas de la Ciudad" en Torreón Coahuila
    "Alas de la Ciudad" en Saltillo Coahuila
    Exposición Timisoara, Rumania

    Detailed Description : Marín has participated in over 200 group and individual exhibitions. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in: France, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, Romania, Costa Rica, Panama, El Salvador, Guatemala, Canada, United States, England, Russia, Belgium, Denmark, Latvia, Serbia, China and Indonesia. Currently, Jorge is in the midst of traversing the Asian continent. His Wings, originally displayed on Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City, are part of the project called eight cities eight cultures; having been already installed as part of this, Jorge’s monumental sculptures are on public roads in the cities of: Mexico City, Berlin and Tel-Aviv, serving as iconic points of reference for his global reach and talent. The art of Jorge Marin effectively penetrates everyday life, transforming banality and repetitiveness into unforgettably moving moments. He transforms urban landscape, to convey the stories of his own and others.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Maylor Mira  (+)

    Biography : Mira Maylor is a glass artist and sculptor working in her own studio in Tel Aviv, Israel. Her work varies from monumental public art for architecture with commissions worldwide, to smaller art works for private collectors. Some of the work is glass only - like the glass wall of the synagogue of the presidential residence, Jerusalem. Other works combine glass with different materials like the work at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. The glass techniques used are also very different and vary from hot glass to cold glass techniques. Mira is included in several important art collections along side solo and group exhibitions throughout the world. Her work includes, through a timeless point of view, the local Israeli culture alongside a dialogue with the conscience mechanism of symbolism on different levels. These things are apparent in her public works such as: "Let There Be Light" at the Israeli President Residence and the work "Secrets" at the Hebrew University Mount Scopus Jerusalem. Her works are meaningful and yet have some motifs that could be interpreted in more than one way. In her eyes that is the secret of glass: the ability to give different and sometimes opposite impressions or appearances, mainly due to its magical ability to contain light and let it go through a paradox in itself. “In her unique sculptures she explores the glass as material, and its relationships with iron, wood and light. Maylor's works, which vary from few centimeter sizes to a few meter monumental works, is to see in public buildings, such as: The Israeli president official residence; the Hebrew University, Jerusalem; Ichilov Hospital, Tel Aviv, and more. She won the third price of the international competition for the landscape planning of "Hiriya", and created many site-specific works for privet houses and office-buildings. Her current exhibition at Bernard Gallery, "Home", is a selection of recent work dealing with the notion of home, and the variety of feelings and views at

    Exhibition : Selected Exhibitions from the last 5 years:
    2014
    42nd International, Habatat Gallery, Detroit.
    Closeness, Mormon University, Jerusalem.
    Art Palm Beach, with Echt Gallery, Chicago at Palm Beach.
    Danse Macabre, Binyamin Gallery, Tel Aviv.Danse Macabre catalog
    2013
    SOFA event, Echt Gallery, Chicago.
    Magia Naturalis, P-8 Gallery, Tel Aviv.Magia Naturalis catalog
    2012
    Carrying a Brick, two person show, Artists’ House, Tel Aviv.
    2012, Zemack Gallery, Tel Aviv.
    Personal Affects, Artifiera, Bologna.
    La Parabola, Ramat Gan Museum, Ramat Gan.
    Anatomy My Dear, Artist Residence, Herzliya.
    2011
    Museum Villa Torlonia, Rome.
    Art Museum of Palermo, Palermo.
    Erets Israel Museum, Tel Aviv.
    2010
    Between the Sacred and the Profane, Habatat Gallery, Chicago.
    Cover, Erets Israel Museum, Tel Aviv.
    Contemporary Israeli Art, Pierre Bergé, Paris.



    2009
    Contemporary Israeli Art, Vitoriano Museum, Rome.
    Palm Springs Museum, Palm Springs.
    2008
    Common Ground, Habatat Gallery, Chicago.
    Home, Bernard Gallery, Tel Aviv.
    Homage to De Chirico (120 Years), Ca d'Oro Gallery, Rome.

    Permanent Public Installations:
    Presidential Residence, Jerusalem, Let There Be Light.
    Hebrew University, Mount Scopus campus, Jerusalem, Jewish Studies Faculty.
    Hebrew University, Ein Kerem campus, Jerusalem, Faculty of Medicine In Memory of Prof. Metzger.
    Shaare Zedek Hospital, Jerusalem, Entrance Wall.
    Front Courthouse, Petah Tikvah, Home.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Yigal Ozeri  (+)

    Biography : Israeli-born, New York-based hyperrealist painter. Ozeri exhibits predominantly in New York and Israel, but his work has been shown worldwide. He has become widely successful in the past several years, with museums and private collectors avidly seeking his work. Ozeri has been painting for the past 25 years, and has gained enormous attention from his hyperrealist, meticulously rendered oil paintings. He is also in the permanent collections of: The Whitney Museum of American Art, The McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, The Jewish Museum in New York, The New York Public Library, The Israel Museum in Jerusalem, The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation in Los Angeles, and the Albertina in Vienna, among others. His work is a calibrated balance between the romantic and sexual. Ozeri rejected painting professional models, with bodies close to perfection, and instead opted to focus on people in their natural environments.

    Exhibition : Selected Exhibitions:
    Triads, Galerie Brandt, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2013)
    Territory, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY (2012)
    Photorealism, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Canada (2012)
    The Boathouse, Galerie Andreas Binder, Munich, Germany (2012)
    Territory, Martin Asbaek Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark (2011)
    Territory, Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel (2011)
    Garden of the Gods, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY (2011)
    Luce silenziosa (Silent light), Bologna, Italy (2011)
    Lizzie Smoking, Galería Senda, Barcelona, Spain (2010)
    Desire for Anima, Contemporary by Angela Li, Hong Kong, China (2010)
    Olga in the Park, Galerie Brandt, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2010)

    Detailed Description : The tension he ignites in his subjects combined with carefully considered compositions magnifies their presence and expression. The first step in Ozeri’s process is to photograph people in their natural environments. Once he’s back in the studio, he runs the images through photoshop and alters them as a guide. From there, he paints with oil on large canvases to complete his grandiose master pieces. Ozeri shows a different side of the digital art age. While the worlds of net art and 3D printing take us in directions unseen, photorealists use advancing technology to perfect a skill held in high regard by artists of yore.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Noemi Safir  (+)

    Biography : Born (1971) in Montevideo, Uruguay. Lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel. Studied painting at the Institute of art, Bat-Yam, Israel. Despite her appealing to art Safir's life led her through many different roads and difficulties, but it eventually aimed her to the real destiny. Round the age of 35 Safir discovered herself again as an artist, thus her paintings are engaged in the joy of creation. Her works depicts scenes that are taken from her life and natural environment, which she first record by photography or sketching while wandering in the streets. Then Safir transforms it to monumental paintings while using a broad palette which echoes the Pop culture. Safir attributes those happy colors a great power, both in reflecting her own life and both in revealing its spectators' private aspirations and feelings. Naomi Safir's works are collected in private collections and public venues and have been featured in exhibition throughout the world.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Sher Angelika  (+)

    Biography : Lee Yanor is a contemporary artist working in the media of photography and video, based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Yanor received her BFA in photography from the Bezalel Academy in Israel, and a Miatrise in Fine Arts at France VIII, in Paris and studied at Pratt Institute in New York. She has exhibited across the globe including Israel, Sweden, Taiwan, Indonesia and France. Yanor’s work focuses on the abstraction of movement in human bodies and landscapes. She has worked as a choreographer, and clearly this has become a source of inspiration in her work. Movement and motion combined with the vanishing image are at the core of Yanor’s work. Yanor’s own choreography and her subject’s choreography dictate the composition of each piece, creating a connection between the dancer and the viewer. Collections Tel-Aviv Museum for Israeli Art, Tel Aviv, Israel Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris, France Private Collections Awards Leon Constantiner Award. Tel Aviv Museum of Israeli Art, Tel Aviv, Israel. 2002

    Exhibition : EDUCATION 1991-1995 BA in Radiography, Bar Ilan University, Israel 2002-2005 College of Photography, Kiryat Ono, Israel 2007-2008 Special Program, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2013 „Art Nouveau Series“, Fresh Paint 6, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2012 „Twilight sleep“, Camera 16 Gallery, Milan, Italy
    2012 „Femme Fatale“, special project with Gesher Theater and Zemack gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2012 „History of the beauty“, Zemack gallery 2011 „Survival“, solo show as part of Tina B biennale at galerie Vernon, Prague 2010 „Twilight sleep“,Tavi Dresdner gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2009 „Inside my life“, Reartuno gallery, Brescia, Italy
    2009 „13“, Pobeda gallery, Moscow, as part of 3d Moscow biennale of contemporary art
    2009 „Twilight sleep“, Fotografiya gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia 2009 „13“, Tavi Dresdner gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2007 "My mother's fur coat", Ramat Gan Museum, Israel SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
    2013 - "Reorientation",Sakhnin International Mediterranean Biennale of contemporary art
    2102 – „What is real?“, ME Contemporary art, Copenhagen, Denmark 2011 – „Photopoetica“, Musrara school of Photography, Jerusalem 2011 – „Toys“, Tel Aviv port 2011 – French Cultural Center, Haifa 2011 – „Safe place“, Municipal art gallery of Rishon le Zion 2011 – Artists House, Tel Aviv 2011 Ramat Gan Museum, Israel 2011 - „The coming community“, Haifa Museum of Art 2010 – „Moments of Home“, special project with mentally challenged people, Tel Aviv port, Israel 2010 – „Survival“, Tavi Dresdner gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2009-2010 Sony WPA World tour – Hong Kong, Tokyo, Toronto, Paris, New York, Bangkok, Mexico City, London, Berlin, Kuala Lumpur 2010 Haifa International Mediterranean Biennale of contemporary art 2009 Animanix Biennale 2009-2010 Venues: Museum of Contemporary Art,

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Yanor Lee  (+)

    Biography : Lee Yanor is a contemporary artist working in the media of photography and video, based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Yanor received her BFA in photography from the Bezalel Academy in Israel, and a Miatrise in Fine Arts at France VIII, in Paris and studied at Pratt Institute in New York. She has exhibited across the globe including Israel, Sweden, Taiwan, Indonesia and France. Yanor’s work focuses on the abstraction of movement in human bodies and landscapes. She has worked as a choreographer, and clearly this has become a source of inspiration in her work. Movement and motion combined with the vanishing image are at the core of Yanor’s work. Yanor’s own choreography and her subject’s choreography dictate the composition of each piece, creating a connection between the dancer and the viewer. BFA in Photography. Bezalel Academy Jerusalem, Israel Pratt Institute N.Y., USA Miatrise in Fine Arts. Paris VIII – Paris, France Collections Tel-Aviv Museum for Israeli Art, Tel Aviv, Israel Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris, France Private Collections Awards Leon Constantiner Award. Tel Aviv Museum of Israeli Art, Tel Aviv, Israel. 2002

    Exhibition : Education
    Solo

    2011 Solo Exhibition, Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2010 Small Songs, Judiska Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden
    2008 Cloud 9, Theheder Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2007 Memory Fields, Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
    2004 Forget me not, Theheder Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2000 Works, Ramat Gan Museum of Art, Ramat Gan, Israel
    1999 Nanti-Dulou, C.C.F. Bandung, Indonesia
    1997 Five Passages in the Shadow, Exhibition and stage-set for the choreography of Paco Decina, Blan-Mesnil, France
    1994 Images de Danse, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
    The Ships Sail On, Outdoor Installation, Bastille Theatre, Paris, France
    Carrousel, Bait Haomanim, Jerusalem, Israel
    1993 Longings, Limbus Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    1992 For Arthur Rimbaud, La Villette, Paris, France

    Group

    2011 Venice: memoire, Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    Purity and Danger, Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2009 Jumping Frames, 798 Museum, Beijing, China
    2007 Moods and Modes in Israeli Photography, Tel Aviv Museum, works from the collection, Tel Aviv, Israel
    Video Dance, Center Pompidou, Paris, France
    H2O, Water Institute, Givaataim, Israel
    2005 Israeli Photographers Photographing Themselves Photographing, The
    University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2003 Video Dance, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel
    Video Dance Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
    2002 Constantiner award, Tel Aviv Museum of Israeli Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2001 Aspirations, Ohio Arts Council`s Riffe Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, USA
    Israeli Photography, Mane Catz Museum, Haifa, Israel
    1996 Variations on Rites of Springs, Venice Biennale of Architecture, Venice, Italy
    1994 S.K.I.T.E, Cultural Capital, Lisbon, Portugal
    Photography Month, Emulsion on Fabric, Arles, France
    1991 International Salon of Photography, The Ships Sail On, Auch, France
    2009 ‘SMALL SONGS`, Judiska Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden 08:30 minutes
    2007 `CL

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Russell Young  (+)

    Biography : Russell Young (born March 13, 1959) is a British-American artist. Young studied photography, film and graphic design at the Chester Art College and later attended Exeter Art College. He moved to London and gained recognition photographing the early live club shows in the late 1970s of Bauhaus, R.E.M. and the Smiths. During this period, he shot portraits of Morrissey, Björk, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, New Order, Diana Ross, Paul Newman. In 1986, he shot the ‘Faith’ sleeve for George Michael. In the following ten years he directed more than 100 music videos during the heyday of MTV. In September 2000, while living in New York City, he began to concentrate on art and to devote himself to painting. Young is best known for his enamel, screen-print paintings on linen, which explore celebrity, rock and roll, death and history. His earliest notable works as an artist are his "Pig Portraits", life-size Police mug shots of celebrities screened onto canvas. First shown in 2003 they proved a critical success and were exhibited in London and the United States. He followed this with his Fame + Shame series that explored American life as seen through the eyes of a young man growing up in England. Russell Young is interested in the places where the glamour of the American dream meets the darkness of crime, addiction, and death. He explores this in series such as “Dirty Pretty Things” (2010), in which screen printed images of notoriously tragic stars Marilyn Monroe and Kurt Cobain are sprinkled with diamond flakes. Young emulates Andy Warhol's printing style, applying saturated color over screen printed images in which subjects appear blown up and grainy, as though printed on newsprint. His work has been shown nationally and internationally including at Scope/Basel, Switzerland SCOPE Art Show and Art Miami, Florida. Russell Young is a hugely successful artist his clients including The Getty's, President Barack Obama, David Hockney, Elizabeth Taylor, Brad Pitt and An

    Exhibition : 2016
    Santa Barbara "Shift, Stretch, Expand: Everyday Transformations" Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara; London "Superstar" Halcyon Gallery; Lakeland "Forever Young" Polk Museum of Art
    2015
    Paris "Kate Moss Superstar" Taglialatella Galleries; Indianapolis "The British Are Coming" Long-Sharp Gallery; Florida"Retrospective" Polk Museum of Art; Miami "Miami Scope" Taglialatella Galleries; New York "Fame+Shame" Bertrand Delacroix Gallery; Aspen "Wanted Dead or Alive" 212 Gallery; New York "Jackie O" Taglialatella Galleries; Indianapolis "Diamond Dust" Long-Sharp Galery; Nurnberg "Young" Galerie Hafenrichter; Dusseldorf "Young" Burkhard Eikelmann Galerie
    2014
    Miami Art Miami Context "Helter Skelter" Bankrobber London; Miami Scope "Marilyn" Modern Masters Fine Art; Palm Springs "Diamond Dust" Heather James Fine Art; Indianapolis "Russell Young" Modern Masters Fine Art; London "Lost Angeles Hopper+Young" Mead Carney; London "Spring Show" Mead Carney; London "Wild at Heart" Imitate Modern | 2013 London "Dreamland" Bankrobber London; London "The Fight of the Paso Del Mar" Bankrobber London; Singapore "Kate Moss" Collectors Contemporary; London "Suicide" Bankrobber London; Vienna"Suicide" Galerie G. Hartinger Fine Arts; Zurich "Suicide" Vertes Modern Art Zurich; Paris "Private View" Taglialatella Galleries; Indianapolis "Rethinking the American Dream" Modern Masters Fine Art; New York "Kate Moss Private View" Taglialatella Galleries; San Francisco "Kate Moss" White Walls

    Group Exhibitions
    2015
    London "POP" Halcyon Gallery; Miami "Context" Galerie de Bellefeuille; Munich "Art Munich" Galerie G. Hartinger Fine Arts; Zurich "Art Zurich" Vertes Modern; London "Pele" Halcyon Gallery; London "Heroes and Villains" Halcyon Gallery; London "Summer Exhibition" Halcyon Gallery; San Francisco "Art Silicon Valley" Axiom Contemporary; Huston "Huston fine art fair" Axiom Contemporary; Southampton "Art Southampton" Taglialatella Galleries; New York "Art Miami New York" Modern Maste

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

Other Represented Artists