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

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LOT 25:

Mor Riemer
Still Life with Cacti, 2018

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$ 480
Estimated price :
$750 - $900
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Still Life with Cacti, 2018
Mor Riemer, a highly esteemed and active young Israeli artist in the Haifa artist community, is known for her unique style, in which she leaves part of the wooden surface exposed and uses it as a color in painting - in this sale her 4 excellent works

Oil on canvas
50/40 cm

Mor Riemer, born in 1984. Lives and works in Haifa, IL. A multidisciplinary artist who works with painting , drawing, wood print and sculpting in steel.

Graduated from The Artways School of Art, Harduf in 2013
Subtraction, emphasis, deconstruction, or abstractions are some of the central elements in her works.
She works with oil, acrylic, and sometimes charcoal on unfinished wooden panels. Her paintings' point of departure is figurative images combined with abstract thought, in which the line and the stain are as central and independent as the image they portray.
The different techniques and the transitions between them serve her as a means for exploring man and his physical and cultural surrounding.

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