Rami Ater

Rami Ater



Rami Ater, born 1960, Israeli artist, sculptor, sculpt in iron while having a discourse with the abstract.

Ater sculpts in iron, often with touches of brass. By applying techniques of his own development of heat and merging of substances, his sculpture is shaping texture and color, adding layers  to his figurative work.
Ater specialized in iron sculpture in Rami Rudich's workshop in Givaataim, where he continues to work today. His pieces and exhibitions were displayed in various spaces; TLV artists house,  Beit Gabriel in Tzemach, Jerusalem Theater, Wolfson Museum , Tel Aviv Opera House, Haifa Artists house, Petach Tikva's municipal gallery, Givaataim's municipal gallery, Gateway Art Center NYC, New York, Praterinsel Munich, Paris and more.

Member of the IAA/AIAP.
Ater is an expressive artist and any interpretation of his work must be based on this premise. His life, the people around him - those still here and those gone – effect the essence of his art and outline his statues. Sometimes the absent in them shapes the existing, and the full mass defines and even creates the environment enveloping the piece.
Using movement is one of Ater's signature construction mediums, as well as using "space".
Ater creates a language with unclear boundaries, inviting the spectator to interpret the dialogue between the visible real material to the empty space forming in it.
Ater's constructive creations are reference of the Realistic Manifeso of Constructivism, which defined art as realizing perception through shaping space and time.  Ater's constructive sculpture, like mythical statues throughout the history of sculpture, are simply designed entities; they are objects in their own right, by their own rules, but they are charged by the confrontation between these inherent rules and the laws of movement and time, which are external to them.
Testimonial (Doron Pollack about my pieces at the Mala-Mala (up-up) Exhibition)
"Rami Ater has created a series of iron sculptures with an upward motion, lending a mythical interpretation to infinity. Choosing iron, which is a hard material that comes from the soil. Ater creates a fascinating tapestry of tower-like models, inviting the observers to dive and soar along the their lines into the depth of the psyche and up to the non-existent."





Artist Beyond the Walls: 


The Way to VII , Sculpture by Rami Ater

The Way to VII

60 × 26 × 16 cm
edge of chaos I , Sculpture by Rami Ater

edge of chaos I

135 × 100 × 85 cm
In my head VI [The way to III]  , Sculpture by Rami Ater

In my head VI [The way to III]

107 × 86 × 44 cm
Compassion, Sculpture by Rami Ater


8 × 35 × 15 cm
The Way to VII, Sculpture by Rami Ater

The Way to VII

16 × 26 × 60 cm
Oblivion VII, Sculpture by Rami Ater

Oblivion VII

110 × 208 × 130 cm
Insights VII, Sculpture by Rami Ater

Insights VII

40 × 85 × 96 cm
Insights IX | [Barrier], Sculpture by Rami Ater

Insights IX | [Barrier]

0 × 0 × 3 cm
Insights VIII | [Barrier], Sculpture by Rami Ater

Insights VIII | [Barrier]

85 × 109 × 32 cm
Insights II, Sculpture by Rami Ater

Insights II

40 × 150 × 40 cm
Insights IV, Sculpture by Rami Ater

Insights IV

40 × 148 × 40 cm
Insights I, Sculpture by Rami Ater

Insights I

0 × 0 × 3 cm
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(Not) a good time for love, Jewish Museum, Moscow | 2020

A fragment of "Authentic copy", 2019

And they shall beat their swords into plowshares, 2019

Face it, ZeZeZe Gallery, 2019     

N.D Gallery opening, 2019

Canvas Of Art , Martef 35, 2018

Emotions, Haifa Artists House, 2018

Summer Salon , Petah Tikva municipal Gallery, 2018

Eye to Zion, Ein Hod, 2018

At direct sight, Yahalom theater, Ramt Gan, 2017

Members 2015 - 2017, Haifa Artists House, 2017

Dali's mustache is orange, Haifa Artists House, 2017

International Artists, Gateway Art Center NYC, New York, 2016

In other eyes, Wolfson Museum, Jerusalem 2016 - 2017

ArtWorks || , Art Fair,  Frankfurt, 2015, Germany

"Les quatre coins du monde festival", Wolfson Museum, 2015, Jerusalem

ArtWorks , Munich ,Germany, 2014, (Art fair)

My favorite work, 2014, Petah Tikva Culture Hall

Inspired, 2014, Petah Tikva municipal Gallery

Iron Dome & tear, 2014, Tel Aviv

Up, Up, 2014, Givataim municipal Gallery

Artists, 2013,  Petah Tikva municipal Gallery

Homme/Femme: l''Illusion de la réalité, 2012, Galerie Claire Corcia, Paris

Winter Salon, 2012, Raanana municipal Gallery


Edge of Chaos  I, Sculpture by Rami Ater

Edge of Chaos I

100 × 85 × 135 cm

Rami Ater

Insights III, Sculpture by Rami Ater

Insights III

42 × 142 × 54 cm

Rami Ater