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Eliahou Eric Bokobza
RONEN WASSERMAN (TINMAN)
Noemi Safir- Dolev
Sandra Ackermann1974 geboren 1997-2003 Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste - Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main 2000 Auslandsstipendium an der Slade School of Fine Art, London 2003 Ernennung zur MeisterschülerinPreise 2003 Künstlerin des Jahres der BHF-Bank 2004 Stipendium der Charlotte-Prinz-Stiftung 2005 Preisträgerin des Dr. Rolf Seisser Preises 2006 Stipendium der Cité des Arts-Paris der Kulturstiftung des Landes Rheinland-Pfalz 2011 Passion for Freedom Award, London (GB)
Vered AharonovitchBorn: 16.05.1980Education: 20002004 BFA art department at "Bezalel" academy of art and design in Jerusalem 20072009 MFA, fine art at the Haifa University one of the cofounders of "Hanina", a nonprofit artists cooperative and gallery in Tel Aviv.Exhibitions 2013 group exhibition at the Haifa museum of art duo exhibition at Beery galery of contemporary art, kibutz Beery group exhibition at the gallery of the open university of Israel 2012 participating in "Art Rotterdam" group exhibition at the Haifa museum of art duo exhibition at Alfred gallery, Tel Aviv 2011 participating in the "Fresh Paint" Contemporary Art Fair, Tel Aviv exhibition at the Hayek center for contemporary art, Jaffa group exhibition, at Galon art gallery, Tel Aviv group exhibition at Hahalalit gallery, Tel Aviv 2010 group exhibition Apart Art Gallery, Tel Aviv group exhibition at Hanina contemporary art, Tel Aviv 2009 participating in the "Fresh Paint" Contemporary Art Fair, Tel Aviv graduate exhibition of mfa fine art at Haifa University group exhibition at "Agripas 12 Gallery, Jerusalem group exhibition at Misrad gallery in Tel Aviv group exhibition of Haifa Mfa graduates at the Tel Aviv artists studios group exhibition at Hanina contemporary art, Tel Aviv 2008 group exhibition at the Mevaseret Art House, Mevaseret 2007 solo exhibition at the in the "open house for pride and tolerance",Jerusalem 2005 group exhibition at "Bernard" gallery, Tel Aviv 2004 the graduate exhibition of "Bezalel" group exhibition at "Stern" gallery, Tel Aviv
MAXIM WAKULTSCHIKBorn in Byelorussia in 1973, Maxim Wakultschik lives and works in Dusseldorf, Germany, where he studied at the Dusseldorf Art Academy under Beate Schiff and Janis Kounellis. His paintings, objects, and installations employ figurative images which are multifaceted and dynamic in process.
Eliahou Eric Bokobza"I'm not an artist. I'm a creative who makes Art" Creative, in lov1963 - Born in Paris (France), of Tunisian origin.1969 - at the age of six, immigrated to Israel.1984 - graduate of School of Pharmacy, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.1999 - graduate of the Pollack-Kalisher School of art, Tel Aviv.works and lives in Tel Aviv.2004 - Award from the Ministry of Education and Culture, Israel. 2013 - Award from the Ministry of Education and Culture, Israel.The works of Eliahou Eric Bokobza are part of the permanent collection of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, The Knesset Parliament, Jerusalem, Ein Harod Museum of Art, Bar David Museum, Baram and private collections in Israel, Europe and the U.S.A
Sivan SternbachPlaying with clay, with food, and with lifeMy ceramics are the purest expression of how I live my life. I use everything I see, touch and taste as inspiration. In their playful and tactile qualities, my pieces reflect my natural appetite for freedom and connection to the present moment. I began experimenting with clay 6 years ago, with the same delight and curiosity as I began to experiment with cakes 7 years earlier. As a professional pastry chef, trained and certified by the FCI in New York City, I feel a strong connection between making pastry and shaping clay. Both are naturally similar and endlessly satisfying processes. I draw deep pleasure from watching people’s unabashed reactions to my pieces. My floating balloons—in varying sizes, colors and levels of inflatedness—seem to trigger positive childhood memories. I’ve come to realize they have the potential to capture a person’s fleeting, happy memory and render it timeless. In my everyday life, I travel a lot, I visit galleries and museums, I wander down streets, I cook and bake and blog a lot about that, I explore and I share what I find—be it real life objects, new flavors, and anything made with authenticity and heart.
Anita BirkenfeldI was born in 1955 in Wroclaw, Poland. Made “Aliya” at two years old.Married to Rony with three sons and happy with three granddaughters.In 2004 we lost our only daughter – Lital, who passed away with cancer atthe age of 19.The tragic event transformed my life.We relocated to a rural town , Even Yehuda.I became strongly addicted to sculpture which I learned at Rina Weitzman'sprofessional studio.Recently I set up my studio at home.I have created in the last eight years sculptures in clay and castingin bronze and polymer . In some of my works I add metal.My love for life and people surrounded by style and pure aestheticsis clearly seen in my work.Solo Exhibitions :"spring 2009" , "spring 2013" and "on roofs 2014" .It was written about the latest exhibition in a variety of media including theprestigious magazine "building and housing" .Group Exhibitions :2014-September 10-15 "Art & About" – Munich , Germany2014 - August 1-14 "Ups & Downs" – Gallery on the Lake Raanana
FRIEDERIKE VAHLBRUCHIch bin bemüht die Urheberrechte der verwendeten Grafiken, Sounds und Texte zu beachten. Soweit möglich verwende ich selbst erstellte Grafiken, Sounds und Texte oder greife auf lizenzfreie Grafiken, Sounds und Texte zurück. Sollte sich auf den jeweiligen Seiten dennoch eine ungekennzeichnete, aber durch fremdes Copyright geschützte Grafik, ein Sound oder Text befinden, so konnte das Copyright von mir nicht festgestellt werden oder war mir nicht bekannt - ein in diesem Fall nicht vorhandener Copyright-Hinweis ist somit unbeabsichtigt. Im Falle einer solchen unbeabsichtigten Copyright-Verletzung wird der Autor das entsprechende Objekt nach Benachrichtigung aus seiner Publikation entfernen bzw. mit dem entsprechenden Copyright kenntlich machen. Das Copyright für veröffentlichte, von mir erstellte Objekte bleibt allein bei mir. Eine Vervielfältigung oder Verwendung solcher Grafiken, Sounds oder Texten in anderen elektronischen oder gedruckten Publikationen ist nur mit schriftlicher Zustimmung gestattet.
GAN-ERDENE TSENDDie Bilder von gan erdene tsend sind weit, tief und endlos. Sie sind so, wie wir uns die mongolische Heimat des Künstlers vorstellen: einsame, flache Landschaften ohne Abwechslung ohne dramatische Ausblicke – spannungslos. Für die klassische Landschaftsmalerei bieten sich nur wenige Anreize: keine Bäume, keine Flüsse, kaum Menschen, nur Wüste und Steppe. Dies ist keine Vorlage für die europäische »heroische« Landschaft. Aber die ausgewogene Komposition von Vorder-, Mittel- und Hintergrund als Grundlage einer ausgefeilten Bilddramaturgie im Verhältnis zur Bildflächenordnung hat seine Gültigkeit für zeitgenössische Künstler ohnehin verloren Was dann aber interessieren kann, ist die Differenz von Bild und empirischer Wirklichkeit. Die Frage aller gültigen Kunst muss also lauten: Was gibt es nur im Bild? Wo unterscheidet sich das gemalte Bild von der – in welcher Form auch immer – nur optisch wahrgenommenen Wirklichkeit? Auch wenn man mit einigem Recht an die deutsche romantische Malerei denken mag, so ist der Unterschied doch offensichtlich. Die Präsenz des Erhabenen im Bild geschieht dort zum einen im Modus der radikalen Form, in die die Landschaft als repräsentative gebracht wird – bei caspar david friedrich etwa oder im Modus einer radikalen Symbolik – bei philipp otto runge zum Beispiel. Immer aber ist es hier in der deutschen Romantik das Naturvorbild, das auch im Detail nachvollziehbar ist, so sehr es auch synthetisiert sein mag. In der zeitgenössischen Variante von Tsend ist aber die Malerei selbst ein nicht zu übersehendes Moment, das allen Naturalismus des bloßen Augeneindrucks hinter sich lässt – eine Erfahrung der abstrakt-konkreten Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts.
MERAL ALMAMeral Alma was born on a sunny day in August. She has a Masters in German Studies and Sociology from Heinrich Heine University, and has studied painting at the Düsseldorf Arts Academy since 2010.MILESTONES6-8/2008: Harvard University Summer School, Cambridge, USA; 9/2008 – 7/2009: Observer at the Düsseldorf Arts Academy under Prof. Braun Since 9/2010: Studying at the Düsseldorf Arts Academy Since 2011: Studying in class of Prof. Siegfried Anzinger
YAELLE DAVIDYaëlle David, born in France, lives and works between Paris and Tel-Aviv. Born in Paris (1982).Sometimes with humor or poetry, travelling between reality and imagination, my artwork is a revival of the “arte povera” and pop art movements, both movements dealt with making meaning out of everyday life. My work is more oriented towards intimacy with a touch of Fernanda Gomez’s freedom and audaciousness. The aim of my work is to divert or reshape conventional things in order to offer new colors and depth to traditional “clichés”. I want to make people think about new layers in their daily lives through simple materials. By adding layers and changing contexts, I try to suggest a new point of view. I collected materials from the streets of Paris, New York, London and Tel Aviv, with their own stories to create new colors, new shapes and new dimensions, in order to tell a new story by juxtaposing them on a canvas.I give new life to abandoned objects that have lost their value using the collage technique that allows several layers to mix feelings and materials. Randomness becomes destiny in a world where the intuitive and the spontaneous are measured and thought. As Antoine Lavoisier said “nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed”.
SERGEJ SOLOGUBGeboren 1957 in Kirovograd/UDSSR Besuch der Kunstfachschule Swerdlowsk von 1978-82: Diplom Industriegraphiker Von 1982-88 Staatl. Filmhochschule der UDSSR, Moskau: Diplom Freie Bildende Kunst Filmstudio Swerdlowsk: Regisseur und Art Director 1987-91 Seit 1991 Freischaffender Künstler in Deutschland 1998 Andreas Kunstpreis, St. Andreasberg 2004 Museum Hollfeld Förderpreis Deutschland
ZIPORA RAFAELOVThe affiliation of two-dimensional objects and their three-dimensional projection is the main topic of Zipora Rafaelov’s relief-like pictures and installations. Common objects which are reduced to their basic features are the moulds that reoccur in all her works. Light and shade are a prominent issue in the realization of her figurative forms to space-consuming image-sculpture. The deliberate use of white and black reinforces the silhouette-like character of the objects which only gain their depth perception by light. The works of the artist converge to the traditions of paper cuts and shadow play, they offer a repertoire for stories.
RONEN WASSERMAN (TINMAN)Ronen Wasserman, 41, Designer and recycling artist, gives cars and motorcycles parts second chance by converting it into functional art, while keeping the highest possible standard. With a background of a maintenance engineer in the chemical process industry, Ronen established the studio out of the passion to challenge and explore new materials and techniques that changes design myths and common thinking, in order to promote awareness for recycling and environmental needs. During the working process, Ronen undresses the vehicle from its tin outer cover and uses it for a precise wrapping of the designed piece. The option to cut, weld and smooth the metal- makes it easy to sculpture to the desired shape by keeping its authentic curves. This high-end level is possible thanks to automotive painting technology. Ronen works both in Israel and abroad and builds unique pieces for car museum, automotive companies and private collectors. Lately, the studio work was presented in Barcelona Design Week in BDC (Barcelona Design Center) and LE FENIX galleries and got compliments for thinking out of the box and re-using parts.
Mihal FuhrerMichal Fuhrer, born in Tel Aviv Israel, is an Israeli artist, working in the field of Art since 1984. Michal began her art studies at Tel Aviv University between the years 1973-1977, where she studied philosophy, cinema and television. Michal studied sculpture, sketching and art at the Academy of Art Beit Berl and at "Basis" Academy. Today, Michal continues her work from her own studio. Her work focuses mainly on subjects connected to human relations and issues of the quality of the environment. Her work has been exhibited, among other places, at: Proterinsel Museum, Munich, Germany Fusion Art Museum, New – York, America Gefen Gallery Jerusalem Israel Erlich Gallery, Tel Aviv Israel Basis gallery Beit Yanai Israel Beit Yad Lebanim gallery Ramat Hasharon Israel Museum of art – Zizing Zong, China Ekaterinburg Art Foundation, Moscow Russia Exhibition in New York, in benefit of Tel Aviv Museum. America The "Green House" Museum, Tel Aviv Israel Environmental sculptures, Ramat Hasharon & Bar Ilan University, Israel Artneuland gallery Art of Emergency exhibition, Berlin Germany Venice Biennale – Italy The Israeli Artists Book Old Jaffa Museum Israel Soham Gallery Israel E`in Hod gallery Israel Bank Hapoalim Tel Aviv, Israel The Hebrew University gallery in Jerusalem Israel Memoire de L`Avenir gallery , Paris France.
Eyal RadwinowitzBorn (1979) in Tel- Aviv and spent a few years in Miami, FL. Today lives and works in Tel Aviv. Radwinowitz’ art is created from his unique perspective in our world, as an actor and a spectator in our existence. Through his search after traces of human being, Radwinowitz trying to deal with broader existential questions. The artist considers the feelings and reactions of humans towards various life situations as the product of an abstract and dynamic energy. This energy functions as an accelerating force of these behaviors which is visually translated into an image. The color in Radwinowitz’ work is used to emphasize that universal movement which connects contemporarily to well-known modern movements from the history of art such as Futurism, which drew from Expressionism in order to describe the modern aesthetic of the developing industrialization. The spatial arrangement of the abstract elements in his work echoes simultaneously as industrialized assembly line and as a metaphor for inner feelings which reflect through the lens of the microscope.Eyal Radwinowitz’ works are collected in private collections and public venues, Sold at art auctions and have been featured in exhibition throughout the world.
Ilana GalBorn (1968) in Israel. Lives and works in Hefer Valley Regional Council. Studied graphic design at the College of Jezreel Valley.The content of Gal’s art works are based chiefly on her family’s stay in Africa as a child. Those experiences found their way into her consciousness when becoming a mother herself. The tribal symbolism she well knew echoed in her young son’s paintings and those formed the unique colorful style in her work. On the one hand Gal’s work of embodies the tradition of African culture, which reflected in the faces of her abstract characters and masks. But on the other hand, the artist does not seek to dictate the meaning of her creation, but rather draws the decision to its viewers whom different experiences produces varied responses.Ilana Gal have been featured in private and group exhibitions throughout the world. Her first solo exhibition took place at ZOA House in 2002.
Roy YarivBorn (1978) in Israel. Lives and works in Tel Aviv. Holds a M.A. and B.F.A from Bezalel Institute in Jerusalem. At a first glance it seems that Yariv’s works perform a spatial arrangement of abstract elements. Yariv practices in the amorphous of natural phenomena and his works reflect the fine line between a lawful order and an uncontrolled chaos. Yariv refers to the process of his work as an evolutionary one, during which all work carries the DNA of its previous one. The accumulation of these charges which contain complex systems of lines and shapes combined of stunning neon colors, invites the fascinated viewer to enter deeper through these layers and read them simultaneously as microcosmos and macrocosmos.Roy Yariv has been featured in various exhibition throughout the world.
Adriana NavehI was born in Mendoza, Argentina, the land of sun and superb wine. I live in Jerusalem with two children. The city, a spiritual center for all religions and full of golden light, is the source of inspiration for my pieces, even if the city does not appear in them explicitly, its essence does. My work while representing everyday life scenes carries an atmosphere of spiritual introspection. In my canvases, I work mainly with large palette knifes as not to get lost in unnecessary details. This allows me to concentrate my energies in large spaces with just a few, energetic and determined strokes of paint. This method enables me to follow my impulses, to paint with spontaneity but, at the same time, holding back, which helps the synthesis of the shapes.
Noemi Safir- DolevBorn (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.Noemi Safir’s works are collected in private collections and public venues and have been featured in exhibitions throughout the world.