Auction 24 Contemporary Israeli Art
Nov 28, 2020
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Kookoo's 24 sale will present you with artists who are currently working in the Israeli art field, creating in the current challenging situation Israeli contemporary art.

The catalog in front of you was created with the idea of ​​grouping together good art that will also put a smile on your face and upgrade your stay at home to a more pleasant one and also be a wise investment.

We will introduce you to Katia Lifshin through spectacular oil paintings by the talented 27-year-old artist,

Shila Oringer creates something out of nothing and gives a second life to worn and abandoned objects and the result - exciting,

The painter Yonatan Becker who traveled to the island of Lesbos and painted the children of the refugees and the landscapes of the island,

Meet Naomi Shalev, who is without a doubt the best and most interesting collage artist in the country,

Painter and tattoo artist Eli Nissenbaum, who grew up in an ultra-Orthodox family in Jerusalem with 7 works in this sale,

Mor Rimmer is an exceptional Haifa artist with two excellent oil works,

We will also introduce you to Ayala Tal, who creates intuitive works with news from the future,

Oren Markovich with three strong and colorful works in this sale,

And Shaul Cohen illuminates our lives with three-dimensional and illuminating sculpture of the Green House in Jaffa, and Levontin 14!

The sale is full of excellent Israeli art, especially for you, enjoy :)

* Delivery with a courier to the house for only NIS 39

* For all inquiries 0558859447 (Lisa)

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LOT 8:

Sveta Shelest
"Noblesse" 2020

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Sold for: $240
Start price:
$ 240
Estimated price:
$350 - $400
Auction house commission: 15%
VAT: 17% On commission only
Users from foreign countries may be exempted from tax payments, according to the relevant tax regulations

"Noblesse" 2020
Hand sewing on fabric framed with a round frame 
25/18 CM     
Signed front 

The art of embroidery is considered to be one of the world's oldest crafts. In the Middle Ages and the Renaissance when kings wore gold embroidered clothes, it was a male profession. Women began to embroider later and at first were deemed unsuitable to draw examples, so they were only allowed to embroider on examples that men drew for them. Knowledge of the embroidery went from mother to daughter for thousands of generations, girls began to learn to embroider at an early age, and men also embroidered.
In recent years the craft of embroidery has been returning through the art world. A large number of young artists can be found around the world using this way to express their artistic ability.

Sveta Shelest, 33, Ramat Gan 
Born in Russia, studied at Shenkar art school 
In her art Sveta refers to Physical being, Gender, Feminism, Taboo, Emotions.  
We fall in love with her unique techniques and the humor she adds to every art piece she creates.  

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