Auction 23 Contemporary Israeli Art
Sep 8, 2020
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KooKoo traveled all over the country and brought you the most special, in this sale we will introduce you to 10 new and fascinating Israeli artists -

Meet a Yariv Amitay, who combines his two great loves - the written and illustrated history of the Middle Ages and the anarchist humor of Dudu Geva,

Lena Rabenko, an Israeli artist you have not yet heard of but in China she is already very famous and it is time for you to get to know her,

Exciting oil paintings by young artist Dasha Fibrovov,

Lucy Bitton and Benjamin Netanyahu Research Laboratory in 3D Sculpture,

Meet the youngest artist in KooKoo - Ofek Elia, 23, a breathtaking miniature realist,

Romantic collages, stories by collage artist Tzlil Brandheim,

Meet Orna Geva with naive-spicy canvas works,

Abi Jonge with linoleum cuts that will make you laugh,

And 3 graffiti works straight from London by Adrian Boswell!

A huge work by Avner Katz from the time he was in New York,

Tali Ben Eliezer and her injured wives this time with 3 large canvas works,

Take the opportunity to win 5 oil works by Diana Kogan,

Sveta Shelest with huge embroidery work "Israeli Vitruvic"

And pay attention to the "Rothschild 60" structured by the artist Shaul Cohen

KooKoo takes care of you for the best

And as always - all the art comes directly from the artist's studio

For questions and recommendations 0558859447 - Lisa

* Delivery with a courier to the door for NIS 39

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Figures connected by a wire on the roof of a Tel ...

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Figures connected by a wire on the roof of a Tel Aviv building
High-quality and special printing that commemorates the art collection of Dobi Schiff
Numbered 27/100
40/30 cm
Signed with Shuki Kook stamp

Know Hope is the pen name of Israeli-American post-graffiti artist Adam Yekutieli. He began exhibiting his works on the streets of Tel Aviv in 2005, including in the various squares in the city, in captions on the walls of neglected buildings and in public gardens.

His pseudonyms are a play on words between homophones: the English phrase "No hope" means "no hope" and the verb in English "to know" means "to know" or "to know".

In his works, the artist uses techniques that combine murals, prints, cardboard adhesives and even mobiles. Although at the beginning he exhibited only on the city streets and without the formal consent of the authorities, today "Know Hope" also exhibits his work in legitimate institutions such as the Biennale in Herzliya, the "Pacha Kocha" festival in Tel Aviv, and even abroad (including London, In Norway, Los Angeles and Manhattan).

The artist is currently represented by Gordon Gallery.

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