Auction 21 KooKooCorona :) Contemporary Israeli Art 2020
May 2, 2020
Israel

Sale of contemporary Israeli art 2020 in the shadow of the Corona epidemic

Some artists have chosen to perpetuate the crazy era we are experiencing

Pay attention to the many graffiti works to raise morale (don't miss The MISSK)

And remember, staying at home is better when we're surrounded by art!


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איתמר טל
Itamar Tal ''Save the Bee'' 2017

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Itamar Tal ''Save the Bee'' 2017
Oil on Wood 
60/48 cm 
Signed Front 

Itamar Tal is a young Israeli artist (43) who is swiped by the magical idea of BEE saving. as Albert Einstein said ''4 Years after the last bee is gone - humanity will be gone as well''. 
Itamar is known in Israel for his collaborations with the famous children's book writer Efraim Sidon, they took out as many as ten books together and won golden book and platinum book awards. 
Itamar had a stand in Nahlat Binyamin artist market for more than 10 years, where he sold the 'Sheep Baba' and was very successful. (until of course he got tired of doing the same thing) and set with his neighbour and friend Menashe Kadishman, the famous Israeli painter who entered Itamar into the painting world. than he began his research and roman with the beautiful insect called the BEE. 
Itamar is participating in Bee conferences all around the world, going to all the Israeli Kibbutz where they raise bee's for honey and have many opinions about whats going on there. 
Itamar main purpose is to raise the awareness about the bees impotency to the world, and that the world does not belong to us humans, but to everyone, and we should know and take care of whats left for the next generations. 

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