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)
Sold for: $460
$700 - $850
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
''Tut with green eyes''
KooKoo is honored to present the artist Shahar Sivan, an amazing Haifa artist in his multicolor, an excellent painter and a unique sculptor, a creator of wood-cut works (woodcutting) in the German tradition and a painter of abstract paintings full of strong colors.
Shahar is very active in the Haifa art scene - partner and founder of "Haneveem work room", Haifa School of Art, and co-founder of "The Second Wing", Haifa Art Gallery. KooKoo brings you from his works for the first time, carefully selected works from the artist's studio and a smart investment
Oil on wood
Shahar Sivan works like a crazy butcher, aggressively slicing his material, revealing its raw condition, studying its structure and reducing it to its basic construction. His works look like an accumulation of rough scars, evidence of a forceful, even violent approach to the material.
His figures lack specification, their facial features and body shapes are general and
impersonal. A review of Sivan's work in different media reveals that on the technical level, this stylistic approach stems from a drawing based study in line. However the transition to wood cutting (in two and three dimensions) gives the impression there's something more to it. The structural lines of the figure seem to charge in greater emotional intensity, since the material calls for greater physical pressure.
It may be said that in the combination of abstract figurativeness (which doesn't seek to
reliably portray the figure) and expressive style, the figure becomes insignificant, supposedly
giving the artist an excuse to express his own temperament. That his work may be
interpreted as traces of emotional outbursts in the manner of Jackson Pollock and Action Art.
It is evident that Sivan's demeanor comes through vividly in his works; however the junction
in which he departs from Pollock, is the humanistic outlook through which he perceives the
world. His outlook believes in a hierarchical structure of the art work, in its logical foundation
and in a figurative anchor for the viewer's identification.
2003 Personal Meetings with Lucian Freud
Hirschberg Israel, Jerusalem Studio School 2001-2002
2001-2000 Leonid Blacklev - Studio lessons
Bezalel, BFA Art 1997-2000
1997-1996 Sabina Mendel - Studio lessons
2020 "Recall Total, " Ant Studio, Haifa
Haifa HQRN, "# 5 Review" 2019
2016 "International Conspiracies", The Brothel, Haifa.
2013 "Nautilus", Atalia Shemi, Kibbutz Kabri
Aviv Tel, Gallery Raw Art, "Raft" 2012
"Partial quantity", Tzadik Gallery, Jaffa
2008 "After the Deletion", Sustainable Gallery, Jaffa
"Arak Varas", Ramat Gan Museum