Abstract Exhibited Mixed-Media Sculpture by Israeli Dror Karta

$4,800

Israel, 2000's c.

Height:
16"
Width:
17.4"
Depth:
29"
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A wonderful mixed-media sculpture by the noted Israeli Artist Dror Karta. This sculpture was in a traveling exhibition and is pictured in the book. The exhibition was about Palestinian and Israeli artists, who were given the same bowl to start. This is the actual piece. It is signed as well. It is a ceramic bowl, four glass leaves and lots of little bottles inside loose. The glass leaves are molded into the cramic base by some kind of white epoxy. The leaves have been repaired at the base with the epoxy and quite a few of the little bottles have damage. There is a small chip on the underside.
A brief Bio of the artist follows from the artist’s website follows; Biography 1965 Born in Natanya, Israel 1985 Wounded during military service 1988-1992 Study graphic design in “Hadasa-vizo Canada college of design” Haifa, Israel 1994 Opens studio for painting, sculpturing and designing 1998 Moves to Ein-Hod Artist Village, Israel 2001-2003 Lives and works in Amsterdam, NL Group exhibitions 1998 “Shesh-Besh”, Pyramid contemporary art gallery, Haifa, Israel 1998 “60 Horse Power”, holiday of holidays art festival, Haifa, Israel 1999 “Open House”, holiday of holidays art festival, Haifa, Israel 2000 “Innocence 2000”, holiday of holidays art festival, Haifa, Israel 2001 “Aslasviva”, the Opera House, Tel Aviv, Israel 2002 “Water”, Janco Dada museum, Ein Hod, Israel 2002 “Collection”, Janco Dada museum, Ein Hod, Israel 2002 “Water”, Arad museum, Israel One-person exhibition 1998 “Yitzhak Rabin” Memorial sculpture, Omer, Israel 1999 “One Year After the Fire”, Beit Ha’bad, Ein-Hod, Israel 2000 “Works”, Many H. gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel 2000 “Material for Thought”, Janco Dada museum, Ein Hod, Israel 2002 “Terminal”, studio exhibition, Dusseldorf , Germany 2003 “Himmelgeister”, studio exhibition, Dusseldorf, Germany Collections Janco Dada museum, Israel Ilana Gur museum, Tel Aviv, Israel Kunst Palas museum, Dusseldorf Germany.