Auction 22 Contemporary Israeli Art
Jul 11, 2020
Israel

KooKoo realizes that life is short but art remains forever


That's why we brought this artists to the sale who are highly recommended for your Israeli art collection:


Meet this artist, Sharon Zergari, who deals with issues of manhood in crisis

Authentic buildings from Shaul Cohen's Tel Aviv streets - all the lights go on in the homes!

First exposure to a series of photographs by the mega photographer Hanna Sahar

Sveta sheLest's embroidery work will blow you away with laughter

Miriam Cabessa steps on gold (item 79) and mesmerising us

Itamar Tal in a new and exclusive series for KooKoo with colourful fabrics

Hanan Milner in 7 classic and enticing works at surprising opening prices

Julie Filipanko with 2 original works before a California solo show

Ronnie Yoffe in high realistic pictorial ability in 3 exciting drawings

Graffiti artist Zivink in 7 of the best works we've ever presented

Great and important work of the fighter in rats Vadim Stefanov (Item 64)

And Diana Kogan the young promising artist in special oil paintings for cultivating the collection


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And as always - all art comes directly from the artist's studio

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The auction has ended

LOT 83:

Hanna Sahar

Notice the first reveal of a new series of works ...

Start price:
$ 700
Estimated price:
$1,200 - $1,500
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Notice the first reveal of a new series of works by esteemed photographer Hana Sahar
Photo (not framed) numbered 1/9
60/45 cm
signed

Hannah Sahar (b. 1966) An Israeli photographer and artist, born and raised in Ramat Gan, daughter of Iraqi parents. She studied photography at the Cameroon Obscura Art School, Tel Aviv (1991-1987). As a student, she began working in press photography for Yedioth Ahronoth and Maariv.
Sahar's first important exhibition was "The Princess Bingo, " at the Camera Obscura Gallery, Tel Aviv, in 1998, which featured fringe figures from Tel Aviv's nightlife and has since exhibited numerous group and solo exhibitions.
Sahar won the Young Artist Award, the Ministry of Education and Culture (1998), the Leon Constantiner Award (2002), the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport Art Award (2004), and the Minister of Education and Culture (2014).
All of Sahar's photo series were filmed, except for the "Ashlon Beauty" series.
Lives and works in Tel Aviv and is a mother of two.

In her 2012 "King David and I" exhibition Sahar and Menashe Kadishman illustrated her photographs as a tribute to David Handler.

Single exhibitions
1991 - Amalia Arbel Gallery, Rishon Lezion.
1998 - "Princess Bingo", Kamara Obscura Gallery, Tel Aviv, Curator: Hadas Maor.
1999 - "Princess Bingo", Passage de Retz, Paris, France, Curator: Jonah Fisher. "Princess Bingo", Doublea Rivage, St, France.
2001 - The Wallpaper Series, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Curator: Hadas Maor.
2002 - "The Princess Bingo", Tel Aviv Museum of Art, as part of the Photo Constantiner Award, Curator: Nili Goren.
2002 - "Reversals", Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv, Curator: Diana Dellal.
2002 - "The Wallpaper Series", Fifty One Fine Art Photography, Antwerp, Belgium, Curator: Roger Shmuelevich
2003 - "New Works", Passage de Retz, Paris, France, Curator: Jonah Fisher.
2003 - "Princess Bingo", Aplanat Gallery, Hamburg.
2007 - "Nocturne", Beit Gabriel in the Sea of ​​Galilee, Curator: Eliza Orbach.
2010 - "Ashlon Beauty, " Artist Workshops, Tel Aviv, Curator: Vered Zaffran-Gani.
2012 - "Uncle King and I", Hannah Sahar and Menashe Kadishman create collaborative works, Tel Aviv Artists' House, Curator: Hannah Kupler.
2014 - "Ashlon Beauty", Ashdod Museum of Art, Curators: Roni Cohen-Benjaminini and Yuval Biton.
2016 - "Ashmorot" Haifa Museum of Art, Curator: Svetlana Reingold.
2017 - 'Exposed' The Open Museum of Photography, Tel Hai Industrial Park, Curator Naama Chaikin.