ART FESTIVAL "FOUR CORNERS OF THE EARTH"

HEICHAL SHLOMO MUSEUM, JERUSALEM

FROM NOVEMBER 10TH TO 30TH

The festival is designed to establish cooperation between Israeli artists who came from different countries and through group exhibition to present to the world the art of pluralism in Israel.


ART FESTIVAL

Artists:

  • Dan Groover, Pop Art & Street Art
  • Gartner, Symbolism
  • Orly Ziv, Expressionistic Naiv
  • Yakov Lunski, Expressionistic
  • Ephraim Loeb, photography
  • Heike Zaun-Goshen, Figurative
  • Tami Gutman, Expressionistic Figurative
  • Daniel Siboni, Urban Photography
  • Rami Ater, Abstract Sculpture
  • Lilac Abramsky-Arazi, Abstract
  • Itamar Mizrachi, Designer

Opening

Tuesday 10th of November at 7pm

Live music, pâtisserie & chocolate exhibition, interactive activities

Art event & Auction

Sunday 15th of November at 7pm

Live music

Closing

Tuesday 24th of November

Happening "Soul'Ame" Live Art with painting, music and poetry in live

Organizers

Curator: Sarah SaHaD, Art'Drenaline CEO

Production: Art'Drenaline Company

Art'Drenline company aims to make connections and collaborations between the artists and the public, through cultural and artistic projects.

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Location

  • Hechal Shlomo | The Wolfson Museum of Jewish Art
    58 King George Street
    Jerusalem
    Israel

Date & Time

  • Tue, Nov 10, 2015 to Mon, Nov 30, 2015

Featuring

TLV - Line II, Painting by Dan Groover - דן גרובר
Ephraim Loeb Ephraim Loeb

Fine-art Photography

Artist Photographers
Vibrations, Photography by Ephraim Loeb
Orli Ziv Orli Ziv

Expressionism & Judaica

Painters
Pinky Jerusalem, Painting by Orli Ziv
Tegami    70 x 100 cm
Tami Gutman Tami Gutman

Surrealism & Symbolism

Painters
Woman at the door 2, Painting by Tami Gutman
Yaacov Lunski Yaacov Lunski

Contemporary

Painters
Creation, Painting by Yaacov Lunski
Scent, Painting by Heike Zaun-Goshen
Mika, Painting by Lilac Abramsky-Arazi
Rami Ater Rami Ater

Abstract Sculpture

Sculptors
No Name, Sculpture by Rami Ater
Pink Woman, Photography by Daniel Siboni

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