Auction 25 Young Contemporary Israeli Art
Feb 13, 2021

Kookoo is honored to present you with the 25th sale - on the eve of Valentine's Day

We have curated for you a variety of special works for investment and endless beauty

Opportunity to purchase a work by the young and excellent artist Katya Lifshin - we emptied her studio of all the small works and the prices are tempting

Breathtaking quality collages by Naomi Shalev - the most special and interesting collage artist in Israel

Excellent works by the painter Jonathan Becker

*** 3 original works by international artist Julie Filipenko ***

We will introduce you to the photographer Maayan Sabag, a total of 21 years old and has already caught our eye,

The embroidery works of Sveta Shelest will bring us a happy smile,

Graffiti artist Kot-Art in the most huge work he has created (and not on a wall)

We brought from abroad: Lucy Sparrow's felt puppets (London) 

And more good and cool works just like Kookoo loves

We will make deliveries with a courier for only NIS 39

Please text each request 0558859447 (Lisa)

Enjoy and good luck

(As always - prices include VAT and no extra VAT)

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LOT 43:

Gali Yudilevich
'The dispensation of block 9016'

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Sold for: $260
Start price:
$ 260
Estimated price:
$360 - $400
Buyer's Premium: 15%
VAT: 17% On commission only
Users from foreign countries may be exempted from tax payments, according to the relevant tax regulations

'The dispensation of block 9016'
Address of structure is: Yefet 106, Jaffa 

Ink on paper 

27/19 cm  

My work is intertwined with the landscape around me. For most of my adult life that means an urban concrete environment.

Uprooting is a constant part of my life and my philosophy is to become part of, but not assimilate. As such, my creative process is saturated with wherever it is that I live at that moment, but from a questioning and critical point of view.

The selected pieces are part of an ongoing project, exploring the streets of Jaffa which are in the midst of a gentrification process. Each piece was created by observing structures for hours. The sketches and paintings brought to life homes and drew me in. I found myself excavating the layers of history from behind closed doors or scaffolding. Piecing together pre-Nakba stories of Palestinian homes from fragments of information which cease abruptly in 1948.

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