Auction 29 Israeli Contemporary Art - Young promising artists for investment
By KooKoo
Dec 25, 2021
Ramat Gan, Israel

KooKoo's end-of-year sale with an emphasis on contemporary Israeli realism:

Winner of the Schiff Award for 2020 Israel Dror Hemed with two oil paintings,

Zoya Cherkassky and Bazooka Joe with two powerful works on Jewish identity and customs,

Julie Filipenko presents "Pygmaliona",

Mor Rimmer paints unique works in oil on wood,

We will introduce you to Assaf Ezra and the puppet drawings in the atmosphere of the 1950s,

Guy Levy with Mediterranean oil paintings,

Notice the cool collages of the Tzlil Benderhaim, KooKoo presents the series "Gender Reversal" that corresponds with the great masters of art - fascinating and important

Israeli realism artists participating in this sale: Eran Weber, Roni Yoffe, Rita Natarova, Doron Wolf, Orit Akta, Gala Gilan, Israel Dror Hemed, Hanan Milner.

KooKoo takes care for the best

Contact 0558859447 (Lisa)

Enjoy and good luck

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

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LOT 15:

Roni Yoffe
"Crembo Getting Naked" 2021

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"Crembo Getting Naked" 2021
Oil on canvas 
15/10 cm 

Roni Yoffe (1985), lives and works in Ramat Gan, Israel.
A realist painter.
Earns a living from painting and teaching, and manages the largest online painter community in Israel that supports painters and painters called '' a painting school '' (the community group can be found on Facebook).
'' My paintings are a study of materials and symbolism of various objects, with an emphasis on the Israeli-Jewish mentality and sometimes humorously interspersed with popular cultural motifs. To me humans are by nature "idolaters" - our objects symbolize, remind and curate the meanings we give them. They tell a story without words, without movement and without voice. They are valuable or everyday, nostalgic or status symbols, and are mostly sensual. They awaken our senses to a storytelling or spiritual experience: from the mezuzah to the last lemons, everything still contains meaning for us - aesthetic, ideological, personal or collective.
The objects are symbols, the symbols become associations and the associations become a memory of an experience, and together, in the new combination of painting - they become a personal and layered experience.
Engaging in silent narratives as story elements is fascinating.
The ability to tell a story or express a position with the help of objects and colors only allows play in metaphors and allegories without being too verbal.
The inanimate objects are actors on stage.
The intense connection to living and changing nature allows the work to receive content that is ongoing, the final painting being the total occurrence of the work - the changing lighting conditions combined with the mood combined with an artistic vision. ''

Ronnie studied realism with David Nippo and Aram Gershuni and teaches drawing in Ramat Gan. enjoy studying and residency in European cities, such as Tuscany.

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