Debby Luzia is preparing for our upcoming exhibition of Avraham Binder which will open on the 23th of December. Avraham Binder (1907-2001) portrayed life in Tel-Aviv and landscapes of Israel in a unique style that remains fresh and relevant even 15 years after his death.
The Jewish new year in September 2014 also marked the 100th edition of “This week in the art world”.
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Pictures from Leead Shamir’s Exhibition Opening, May 20 2016
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On an exceptionally stormy evening in January 2015, art professionals gathered to celebrate the launching of the new book “Why the Mona Lisa Lost her Smile by Debby Luzia. The program consisted of a panel discussion moderated by journalist Hagit Peleg Rotem from Globes newspaper. The topic of the discussion was the influence of the internet on the art […]
Art lovers had always been somewhat ambivalent about Menashe Kadishman. On the one hand, an acclaimed and gifted sculptor, winner of the Israel Prize for sculpture, and on the other hand, a painter of sheep. “How many sheep can one paint?”, people often ask, and I always wonder why nobody ever asked how Modigliani could […]
We were happy to participate in the first edition of ArTi, organized by Tiroche Auction House. Our booth featured a mini exhibition of Nechama Levendel as well as paintings by Lee-ad Shamir, Masha Berman, Avraham Binder, Shlomo Meir, Varda Sand, Yoel Gilinsky and Nava Gidanian. Here are some photos from the event:
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Stern Gallery will take part in the 30th edition of the London Art Fair. Gil Haller is our featured artist, presenting an exhibition titled “Relics of Tomorrow”.