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Shai Kremer W.T.C: Concrete Abstract #13 (2011-2013)
In 2011, Kremer was granted access to the construction site of One World Trade Center, where he photographed until 2013. As the series progresses, we see the structure of the new building take shape. Within the evolution of the project, Kremer has also inserted images of the destruction and remains of the original building, which he obtained through public record. “that way I can show the wound and the healing process”.
An evocation of site, a remembrance of tragedy, a progression towards healing – Shai Kremer’s Concrete Abstract series at once aims for individual and universal response to the destruction and rebuilding of the World Trade Towers following September 11th, 2001.
Kremer records a compelling interpretation, in which a process linking “accumulation, destruction, and reconstruction” become “the paradigm of modernity.”

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Shai Kremer W.T.C: Concrete Abstract #18 (1960’s-2019)
In 2011, Kremer was granted access to the construction site of One World Trade Center, where he photographed until 2013. As the series progresses, we see the structure of the new building take shape. Within the evolution of the project, Kremer has also inserted images of the destruction and remains of the original building, which he obtained through public record. “that way I can show the wound and the healing process”.
An evocation of site, a remembrance of tragedy, a progression towards healing – Shai Kremer’s Concrete Abstract series at once aims for individual and universal response to the destruction and rebuilding of the World Trade Towers following September 11th, 2001.
Kremer records a compelling interpretation, in which a process linking “accumulation, destruction, and reconstruction” become “the paradigm of modernity.”

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About the Artist

An evocation of site, a remembrance of tragedy, a progression towards healing – Shai Kremer’s Concrete Abstract series at once aims for individual and universal response to the destruction and rebuilding of the World Trade Towers following September 11th, 2001.
Kremer records a compelling interpretation, in which a process linking “accumulation, destruction, and reconstruction” become “the paradigm of modernity.”

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W.T.C: Concrete Abstract series was shown in the following venues:
Museum of the City of New York

The Bronx Museum of the Arts

The Brooklyn Academy of Music
Photolux Festival. Lucca, Italy
FMoPa. Tampa, USA
Julie M. Gallery, Tel Aviv
Julie Saul Gallery, New York
Robert Koch Gallery. San Francisco
Julie M. Gallery, Toronto
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel
Israel Museum, Jerusalem
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This image is the latest in the series. It diverse from the first group as it covers longer span of time : from the 1960s to 2019. Unlike the other group it reveals the completion of the site. With images from 2019. It was encouraged by the curator of the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

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W.T.C: Concrete Abstract series was shown in the following venues:
Museum of the City of New York

The Bronx Museum of the Arts

The Brooklyn Academy of Music
Photolux Festival. Lucca, Italy
FMoPa. Tampa, USA
Julie M. Gallery, Tel Aviv
Julie Saul Gallery, New York
Robert Koch Gallery. San Francisco
Julie M. Gallery, Toronto
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel
Israel Museum, Jerusalem
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