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.
- 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
Tuesday 10th of November at 7pm
Live music, pâtisserie & chocolate exhibition, interactive activities
Art event & Auction
Sunday 15th of November at 7pm
Tuesday 24th of November
Happening "Soul'Ame" Live Art with painting, music and poetry in live
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.
Today, Dan Groover's israeli art is a new vision. It combines a mix of bold street art and soulful messages. Pop Art - Street Art : Dan Groover is well known for his Pop and Street Art series, rich in colours and visual depiction of Iconic figures. These series were the natural transition from...
Ephraïm Loeb born in France in 1952, he emigrated to Israel in 1983. He learned fine art photography as a hobby 10 years ago. In 2009, he won the first prize of israeli art photography of F.I.A.F.E., organized by the French Institute in Israel and the French Embassy and later many others prices as...
Orli Ziv is a vibrant and multi-talented French artist. Born in 1960, she is the daughter of child survivors who had gone into hiding in France during the war. Her parents raised her with the love of israeli art, and she was lucky enough to grow up and study in Paris, both which gave her a taste...
Traces and Memory : "Gartner’s works appear to be pages torn loose from inventory of memory. However, this coded language of which we can only try to guess the meaning, strikes us as quite familiar : as if his contemporary art first proceeded to a thorough self-analysis before addressing the...
Born in Haifa, lives in Jerusalem. Graduate of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem with a degree in Linguistics and Hebrew & Arab Literature. Taught Arabic at the university and at high school in Jerusalem. Studied painting with Jerusalem painters Marc Yannai and Dalia Na’avai. Member of the...
Yaacov Lunski was born in France in 1956. He made Alya at 1986. Yaacov learned in Bezalel for one year at the graphic department and one year in the color decoration school of Paris. Today he works as a décor painter at the Israeli TV. Yaacov art being made in a free and intuitive way. The richness...
“Leaving one country for another never seemed to me something anyone in my family would have thought of. When I moved to Israel some 25 years ago, it was still a rather unusual step to take, especially when it meant exchanging Western Europe - where life was prosperous - for the Near East - where...
Lilac Abramsky-Arazi, PhD integrates three fields in her work: painting, dance and neuropsychology, in an attempt to create art with psychological depth and movement. She aspires to build bridges between the emotional and the bodily, the symbolic and the concrete. Lilac paints mostly with acrylic...
Rami Ater, born 1960, Israeli artist, sculptor, focuses on abstract and symbolistic iron sculpting. 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...
Daniel Siboni is a French photographer who has been recognized over the last thirty years for his artistic accomplishments in interior architecture, fashion photography and street photography. His work in fashion photography has included numerous covers for ‘’Elle’’ Magazine throughout 2004, 2005...