Auction 27 Israeli Contemporary Art - Young promising artists for invest
Jul 10, 2021
Ramat Gan, Israel

Auction no. 27 of KooKoo with an Israeli summer mark


We have curated an auction for you that is like an exhibition of several artists that you must know and include in the collection:


We will introduce you to the artist Guy Levy, who this year won the Ministry of Culture and Sports' "The Promising Young Artist" award and is 33 years old with 6 oil works on canvas and 4 oil works on paper - crazy Mediterranean-style paintings

Julie Filipenko, the Israeli-international artist who breaks her ceiling every year with 4 rare original works for collectors from the years 2012-2013

Opel Poran iron sculpture works to upgrade the modern atmosphere indoors or outdoors

Kookoo has provided you with a number of other amazing works in the beauty of Katia Lifshin, the young and very promising artist, a last chance for your own Katia at home before her prices rise due to her exclusive signing

Realistic sea paintings by the amazing and perfectionist Hila Cohen that will cool the hot summer days

We will introduce you to Shahar Sivan and his great work, a fine and fascinating wild Haifa artist, as well as his works


And another selection of carefully selected works for your collection and the soul


KooKoo takes care of you for the best

We will make deliveries with a courier for only NIS 39

Please text to any request 0558859447 (Lisa)

Enjoy and good luck

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



The auction has ended

LOT 34:

Miriam Cabessa
Abstract, 2018

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Sold for: $500
Start price:
$ 400
Estimated price:
$1,000 - $1,200
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

Abstract, 2018

A small abstract typical of the artist - for young collectors who want a great artist in the collection - recommended

Oil on canvas

15/16 cm 
Signed 

Miriam Cabessa was born in Morocco, raised in Israel, and has lived and worked in New York City since 2000. Her slow action painting has been internationally recognized since 1997 when she represented Israel at the Venice Biennale. Over the past two decades, she has abstained from using brushes, opting to make marks with objects and her body. Her imagery ranges from organic to mechanistic with surfaces that are both haptically handmade and digitally serene. Miriam has shown extensively in the U.S., Europe, and Israel.



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