As we approach the 10th anniversary of his passing, let’s take a closer look at the world and art of Itzchak Tarkay. Born in 1935, on the border of Yugoslavia and Hungary, the nine-year-old boy [...]
In the midst of our digitally-driven age, David Najar has two words of advice: “Just breathe.” Najar’s philosophy is simple, underlying the cause of his discipline as an artist, an optimist, and [...]
In the art and philosophy of Itzchak Tarkay, the bounties of life await at the bottom of a coffee cup, within an armchair or a flower vase, in the composure of a woman, or amidst the company that [...]
Emerging alongside the artistic renaissance of his native country, Israeli artist Yuval Wolfson possesses both the technical edge of a printmaker and the virtue of a painter. As a result, Wolfson [...]
Slava Ilyayev not only respects his trade as an artist, he submits himself to it. In Ilyayev’s studio, it’s just himself, his tools, and his subject—imparting a true vision of artistic [...]
Yaacov Agam has been chosen as the only Israeli artist to be included in the Centre Pompidou Mobile, a traveling museum exhibition in France.