Philippe Pasqua, Olive Tree, 2017
Chrome Plated Bronze, 265x160x150cm.
Other Represented Artists
Michal Baratz Koren
Matan Ben Cnaan
Aram Gershuni (Born in 1967, Israel).
Lives and works in Tel-Aviv.
Gershuni is a mainly self-taught painter who lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel. He studied privately with Israel Hershberg, and at the Jerusalem Studio School (1997). Gershuni’s first solo exhibition took place at the Alon Segev Gallery in 2003. His second solo exhibition opened at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 2009, to great acclaim.
He has participated in many group shows in galleries and museums, including the National Portrait Gallery in London, the Tel Aviv Museum of Fine Art and the Israel Museum. Work by Gershuni is included in many public and private collections in Israel and abroad, including the collection of the Israel Museum, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, and the Supreme Court of Israel.
Aram Gershuni has taught drawing and painting in many institutions in Israel, including the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (1997-2004), the Jerusalem Studio School (2004-2006), and “HaTahana” school in Tel-Aviv, which he co-founded, and where he still teaches.
Aram Gershuni CV
Born 1967, Israel
Lives and works in Tel Aviv
2009 “Recent Paintings”, the Tel-Aviv Museum of Fine Art (with catalog)
2003 “Recent Work”, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel-Aviv (with catalog)
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2016 40,30,20, Zemack Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
2008 “Real Time”, the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (with catalog)
2007 “BP Portrait Award”, The National Portrait Gallery, London (with catalog)
2007 “South”, the Nahum Guttman Museum, Tel-Aviv (with catalog)
2007 “presences”, the Artists House, Tel-Aviv (with catalog)
2006 “Bread”, the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (with catalog)
2006 “Objects and compassion”, Gallery 33, Tel-Aviv (with catalog)
2005 “Impressions”, the Artists House, Jerusalem (with catalog)
2004 “Self Portrait”‘ Alon Segev Gallery, Tel-Aviv
2003 “Facing the Real”, the Artists House, Jerusalem (with catalog)
2003 “U.M.A”, Oranim College
2003 “Face to Face”, the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art, Tel-Aviv
1998 “Young Artists’ Prize Winners”, The Artists House, Tel-Aviv (with catalog)
1997 “Eye Level”, the Artists House, Jerusalem (with catalog)
1996 “Virtual Reality”, the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art, Tel-Aviv (with catalog)
1995 “The Art of Deceiving”, Noga Gallery, Tel-Aviv
1994 “Separate Worlds”, the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art, Tel-Aviv
1993 “Zalman Shoshana” Mary Faouzi Gallery, Tel-Aviv
1989 “Aleph Aleph BeGimmel”, Gimmel Gallery, Jerusalem
PRIZES & GRANTS
1998 “Young Artists’ Prize”, the Ministry of Culture, Israel
1991 Scholarship from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
The Supreme C
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
Yigal Ozeri is an Israeli-born, New York-based hyperrealist painter. Ozeri
exhibits predominantly in New York and Israel, but his work has been shown
worldwide. Ozeri 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. Ozeri’s
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. His models assume
poses and facial expressions reminiscent to those of respected master
painters, yet are placed in contemporary environments. The tension he
ignites in his subjects combined with carefully considered compositions magnifies their presence and expression.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
Luce Silenziosa (Silent Light), Bologna, Italy 2011
Lizzie Smoking, Galería Senda, Barcelona, Spain 2010
Lizzie in the Snow, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA,
Desire for Anima, Contemporary by Angela Li, Hong Kong,
Olga in the Park, Galerie Brandt, Amsterdam, The
Desire for Anima, Galerie Andreas Binder, Munich, Germany 2009
The Return of the Horse, The Subject Matters, Slought
Foundation, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Desire for Anima, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Small Death, Galerie Dukan & Hourdequin, Marseille, France
(Priscilla, Wade Wilson Art, Houston, TX, USA (Catalogue 2008
Singer Gallery, Mizel Arts and Culture Center, Denver, CO,
The Boathouse, Byron Cohen Gallery, Kansas City, MO, USA
Yigal Ozeri, Mike Weiss Gallery, SCOPE Basel 2008,
Priscilla in Ecstasy, Charim Galerie, Vienna, Austria
(Genesis, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY, USA (Catalogue
(Genesis, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel (Catalogue
Priscilla in the Cloud Forest, Mike Weiss Gallery, SCOPE 2007
The Montfort, New Gallery / Thom Andriola, Houston, TX, 2006
As Early as New York, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Long Island City, Musée de Lodève, Lodève, France
Cafè Hawelka, Galerie Eric Dupont, Paris, France
Long Island City, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2005
New Paintings, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Four Seasons, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
Long Island City, Galerie Heike Curtze, Vienna, Austria 2004
Long Island City, New Gallery / Thom Andriola, Houston, TX,
The Watcher Paintings, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY 2003
Memories from the Last Supper, New Gallery, Houston, TX
Tableau Vivant, Galerie Heike Curtze, Berlin, Germany
The Last Supper, Hafemann Gallery, Wiesbaden, Germany
The Countess de Castigl
Also represented by:
• 1990 : Espace Confluence, Paris
• 1991 : Galerie Wo Mang et Partners, Paris
• 1995 :
o Château de Grouchy, Osny, France
o Espace Dautzenberg, Bruxelles
o The international center, Detroit, Michigan
• 1996 : Galerie Boulakia, Paris
• 1998 : Espace d’Art Yvonamor Palix, Mexico
• 1999 :
o Galerie Lucien Duranc, Paris
o La machine à eau, Centre d’Art Contemporain de Mons, Belgique
• 2001 : Trauma, Galerie Hengevoss-Durkop-Jensen, Hambourg
• 2002 :
o Les miroirs de l’âme (Portraits 1989 – 2001), Palais Bénédictine, Fécamp, France, organisé par Erick Öge
o Bloc portrait, Galerie Hengevoss-Durkop, Hambourg
• 2003 :
o Galerie Hengevoss Dûrkop-Jensen, Hambourg
o Lucille, Galerie RX, Paris
• 2004 : Métamorphoses, Galerie RX, Paris
• 2005 : Centre culturel de la ville de Metz, France
• 2006 :
o Patrick Painter Gallery, Santa Monica, California
o Spike Gallery, New York
• 2007 : Philippe Pasqua – Pulsion, Galerie RX et Galerie Enrico Navarra, Paris
• 2009 :
o Philippe Pasqua, Stitung Ahlers Pro Arte, Hannover
o Crâne, ArtCurial, Paris
o Crâne, Isola di San Servolo, Venice
• 2010 :
o Philippe Pasqua, "palimpseste" œuvres sur papier, galerie laurent strouk
o Philippe Pasqua, Painting and Drawing, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
o Mea Culpa, The Storage, Paris
• 2011 :
o Silence, The Storage, Paris
o Philippe Pasqua – Absolute Art Gallery, Knokke, Knokke
o Philippe Pasqua, Art Paris 2011 grand palais, Galerie Laurent Strouk, Paris
o Philippe Pasqua – White Moon Gallery, Paris
• 2012 :
o Philippe Pasqua, Painting and Drawing, Art Révolution, Taipei, Taiwan
o Philippe Pasqua, Recent Paintings, Galerie RX, Paris
o Philippe Pasqua, Painting, Fondation Fernet-Branca, Saint-Louis
o Philippe Pasqua in London – Opera Gallery, London
o Work in Progress, Painting and Sculpture, The Storage, Paris
o Philippe Pasqua, Gallery Hyundai, Séoul
Philippe Pasqua, Olive Tree, 2017
Chrome Plated Bronze, 265x160x150cm.
Eran Shakine is an Isreali contemporary painter and sculptor, and works and lives in Tel Aviv. He studied at the Wizo Art School in Tel Aviv, Israel and has exhibited predominantly in Israel, but his exhibitions have reached as far across the globe as Paris and New York City. His work can be found in museum collections such as The British Museum, London, Ludwig Museum, Aachen, Germany, The Drawing Center, New York, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv Herzliya Museum, Israel and the Ein Harod Museum, Israel.
Shakine depicts subtle images that are rough and abstract in their renderings. His subjects are more evocative than descriptive, and hint at memories hidden in the landscape. Flocks of goats traversing indecipherable landscapes, Pools resembling ancient architecture, and whimsical narratives of John Lennon and Yoko Ono are all frequent subject matters in Shakine’s twenty-year career.
Shakine was honored this year and chosen among a multitude of Israeli artists to design and create the largest sculpture in Israel. This sculpture was commissioned and will be displayed in the city of Holon, Israel.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
2012 Sunny Side Up, Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Avi
2011 Good help is hard to find…, Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv
2010 Catwalk, Gallery 39, Tel Aviv
Minimal contradictions, TWIG Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
2009 Don't worry, Julie M. Gallery, Toronto
2008 Sabbath Match, Gallery 39, Tel Aviv
2007 The Artist Who Did Not Look Back, Gallery 39, Tel Aviv
2003 Domestic, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
2000, 2002 Julie M. Gallery, Tel Aviv
1997 New Sculptures, Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan
1995 Pools, Artists House, Jerusalem
1990 Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel
1989 Selected 43, The Drawing Center, New York
1987 Givon Fine Arts Gallery, Tel Aviv
Selected Group Exhibitions
2010 Art Brus
Angelika Sher (Born 1969 Vilnius, Lithuania, USSR).
Lives and works in Israel.
Since graduating from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Angelika Sher has established herself as a critically-acclaimed professional photographer through a series of exhibitions both in Israel and abroad.
Notably, Angelika has held solo exhibitions in SepiaEye Gallery, New York, Fotografiya Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Tina B biennale at Galerie Vernon, Prague, Ramat Gan Museum, Israel, Milan’s Camera 16 Gallery, the Pobeda Gallery in Moscow and the Zemack Contemporary Art in Tel-Aviv. Angelika Sher also took place in many group exhibitions and biennales world wide, including first and second Mediterranean biennale of contemporary art in Israel, 3d Moscow biennale of contemporary art and in Animamix biennale in China and Taiwan. Angelika’s work came in third place in Sony’s World Photo Awards in the Fine Art category. Her photographs subsequently travelled the world as part of Sony’s WPA tour and were exhibited in London, Tokyo, New York and Hong-Kong among others.
Angelika Sher CV
Born 1969 Vilnius, Lithuania (USSR)
Lives and works in Israel
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
2015 “Disturbing Beauty”, SepiaEye Gallery, New York
2014 “Fifth Column”, Zemack Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Israel
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, Tel Aviv, Israel
2012 “History of the beauty“, Zemack Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Israel
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, 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
2016 40,30,20, Zemack Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
2014 3d International Israeli Photography Festival, Rishon LeZion, Israel
2013 “Reorientation”, 2nd 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 o
Piet van den Boog
Yuval Yairi is an Israeli-born Jerusalem-based contemporary artist working in the media of photography and video. Yairi studied visual arts at Wizo-Hadassa in Haifa, Israel. He has been an art director and graphic designer and works in documentary and corporate film production. His work is collected worldwide by museums and private collectors including the Israel Museum, Tel Aviv Museum, Livnat in Holland, Naggar in England, Berman and Bloch in Los Angeles and Constantiner in New York.
Yairi’s photographic technique is a meticulous process of capturing environments. His works resemble photographic mosaics and are created by a process of frame-by-frame shooting and then combining and revising these images. Yairi’s works are an artistic comment on human observation and the natural process of memory. Upon first glance his compositions appear tranquil and still. With deeper inspection the grid-like pattern of the combined fragments of each shot, grant a sense of continuous time to a distorted environment.
In his series Palaces of Memory, Yuval Yairi challenged the “Decisive Moment” principle championed by Henri Cartier-Bresson. In his works, such as MemoVan #4, Yairi assembles digital collages from hundreds of different angles to create an alternate vision of reality. For Yairi, capturing a single decisive moment would mean the possibility of overseeing the moment that preceded or the one that followed. Hence, his images are a poetic ode to the passing of time. Moreover, the seams delineating the different images are not emitted out of the final image. Like the construction of memory from disparate flashbacks, the different images collaborate to present a unified panoramic view.
Yairi’s work has been exhibited at The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (2004); San Diego Natural History Museum, California (2007); Three Gorges Museum, Chongqing, China (2008), and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel (2011).
Born in Tel-Aviv, Israel, 1961
Artist, filmmaker, and photographer
Born in 1963 in Haifa.
Studied photography at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem and at Paris 8 University where she received a Master of Fine Arts in 1993. Lee Yanor has also studied Art and photography at the Pratt Institute in New York.
She has participated in several international exhibits such as Centre Georges Pompidou In Paris, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing and at the Venice Biennale of Architecture.
Her most recent solo exhibition was Small Songs at the JT - Stockholm.
The film Coffee with Pina, which describes the exclusive meeting of Lee Yanor and the choreographer Pina Bausch, has been shown in a series of prestigious film festivals all over the world.
Lee Yanor`s Video Installations, emulsions and holograms– photos made with experimental techniques provoke a deep humanistic stance as well as an advanced sense of movement, time, rhythm, pulse, and the human body – all of which can be found in dance. Lee is a former dancer and she works creatively in the borderland where art, dance, photography, music, sound, set design and technology interweave.
Lee`s work makes a dialogue with topics such as
identity, exile, dreams, and memories.
Selected Solo Exhibitions:
2012 Come Dance with Me, Zemack Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
2010 Artist book – Lee Yanor Published by JT Stockholm.
2010 Small Songs, Judiska teatern, Stockholm, Sweden.
2008 Cloud 9, Theheder Gallery, Tel Aviv
2007 Memory Fields, Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan.
2004 Forget me not, Theheder Gallery, Tel Aviv
2000 Works, Ramat Gan Museum of Art, Ramat Gan
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
1994 The Ships Sail On, Outdoor Installation, Bastill
Zemack Contemporary Art (ZCA) aims to deliver a fresh perspective on contemporary art, created by Israeli and international artists.