NOX Contemporary Art Gallery


Ratzif HaAliya HaShniya 20

Tel Aviv

Israel

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Untited -  Jonathan Gold

Jonathan Gold Untited
78 7/10 × 86 3/5 in
2019 Unique painting
Wax and pigment on canvas

Untitled -  Eyal Sasson

Eyal Sasson Untitled
39 2/5 × 55 1/10 in
2019 Unique painting
Acrylic on paper

Recover -  Tzuri Gueta

Tzuri Gueta Recover
35 2/5 × 35 2/5 × 35 2/5 in
2019 Unique sculpture
Silicon injected into textile.

Night series -  Suly B. Wolff

Suly B. Wolff Night series
59 1/10 × 74 4/5 in
Unique painting
Oil on canvas

Palm series -  Suly B. Wolff

Suly B. Wolff Palm series
35 2/5 × 35 2/5 in
Unique painting
Oil on canvas

Admissions Committee -  Jonathan Gold

Jonathan Gold Admissions Committee
70 9/10 × 177 1/5 in
Unique painting
Wax and pigments on canvas

Joint decisions -  Jonathan Gold

Jonathan Gold Joint decisions
78 7/10 × 63 in
2019 Unique painting
Wax and pigments on canvas

Untitled -  Jonathan Gold

Jonathan Gold Untitled
66 9/10 × 80 7/10 in
2019 Unique painting
Pigment and glue on canvas

Moon and Reflection -  Maty Grunberg

Maty Grunberg Moon and Reflection
Paper installation with perspex boxes

From Point to Complexity: Black, Grey, White.
 -  Maty Grunberg

Maty Grunberg From Point to Complexity: Black, Grey, White.
Paper Installation

The Inner Circle  -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon The Inner Circle
47 3/5 × 78 7/10 in
2018 Unique painting
Acrylic pencil on joss paper with gold leaf

INTIMACY  -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon INTIMACY
13 × 13 in
2019 Unique painting
Acrylic paint, masking tape base , pencil drawing, joss paper, gold leaf.

FAMILY -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon FAMILY
13 × 13 in
2019 Unique painting
Acrylic paint, masking tape base , pencil drawing, joss paper, gold leaf.

BRIGHT FUTURE  -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon BRIGHT FUTURE
13 × 13 in
2019 Unique painting
Masking tape base , pencil drawing, joss paper, silver leaf.

BACK TO THE FUTURE  -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon BACK TO THE FUTURE
13 × 13 in
2019 Unique painting
Masking tape base , pencil drawing, joss paper, gold leaf.

MEMORY -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon MEMORY
43 3/10 × 47 1/5 in
2019 Unique painting
Masking tape base , pencil drawing, joss paper, gold leaf.

Matching Point  -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon Matching Point
43 3/10 × 47 1/5 in
2019 Unique painting
Acrylic and pencils on cardboard

ANTICIPATION -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon ANTICIPATION
41 7/10 × 42 1/2 in
2019 Unique painting
Masking tape base , pencil drawing, joss paper, gold leaf.

Trio -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon Trio
54 7/10 × 67 7/10 × 8 7/10 in
Unique wall sculpture
Recycled cardboard

Untitled -  Eyal Sasson

Eyal Sasson Untitled
31 1/2 × 47 1/5 in
Untitled
Unique painting
Acrylic on paper
“Bathers” Series

Riverbank -  Eyal Sasson

Eyal Sasson Riverbank
31 1/2 × 47 1/5 in
80 × 120 cm
Unique painting
Acrylic on paper
“Bathers” Series

Gratitude -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon Gratitude
2019 Unique sculpture
15 × 38 1/5 × 11 4/5 in
Recycled cardboard, gold leaf, joss paper

Gold Peanut  -  Tamar Blum Zidon

Tamar Blum Zidon Gold Peanut
2019 Unique sculpture
Recycled cardboard based on iron, gold leaf, joss paper.

Study group -  Jonathan Gold

Jonathan Gold Study group
66 9/10 × 80 7/10 in
2019 Unique painting
Pigment and glue on canvas

Eucalyptus -  Suly B. Wolff

Suly B. Wolff Eucalyptus
63 × 63 in
Unique Painting
Oil on canvas

Untitled Scotland  -  Eyal Sasson

Eyal Sasson Untitled Scotland
31 1/2 × 47 1/5 in
Unique painting
Acrylic on paper
“Bathers” Series

Kakemono Jungle Sea Blue Red  -  Tzuri Gueta

Tzuri Gueta Kakemono Jungle Sea Blue Red
Wall installation, painting, sculpture
Silicon injected into textile.

Exhibiting Artists

  • Jonathon Gold  (+)

    Biography : Jonathan Gold Painter and artist, lives and paints in Tel Aviv. Gold studied art in Rijksakademie in Amsterdam, in Beit-Berl art college, and Art History in Haifa University. Along the years Gold exhibited his works in group and solo exhibitions in gallerys and museums in Israel and all over the world, including CTRL Gallery in Huston, Haswellediger & co in New York, Haifa museum of Art, the Hellena Rubinstein gallery of Tel-Aviv Museum and the Martin Gropius museum in Berlin. Gold was born and raised in a Kibbutz in northern Israel and living in a communal society has been a great influence on his art, regarding the understanding that everything must exist with relation to its surrounding environment. Most of Gold's work describe relations within a group, or an attempt of the individual to place itself in modern systems of living. There is a conflict in his paintings between the space the characters reside in and their physical body, alongside a formal wandering between the figurative and the abstract that in a certain way represents the tension between the presence of the human actuality in the space and the power structures that surround it. Gold produces his paint on his own. Since 2010 Gold has been working with wax glue and pigments with a desire to seek after a medium that will replace the traditional oil paint and will enable the examination of the process of depth in the painting. Gold uses cold wax (cera colla), a technique that was used by the ancient Egyptians in Fayum mummy portraits, and that creates a flat, matt painting surface. Gold's painting technique enables a unique colourfulness and texture to the painting. Gold attempts to give a different appearance to the surface of the painting – one that stands in contrast to the materiality of the oil paint that involves working with harmful chemicals – and is characterised with a dry appearance and a prominent pigment.

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    •  Jonathan Gold - Study group Study group
    •  Jonathan Gold - Untitled Untitled
    •  Jonathan Gold - Joint decisions Joint decisions
    •  Jonathan Gold - Admissions Committee Admissions Committee
    •  Jonathan Gold - Untited Untited

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  • Maty Grunberg  (+)

    Biography : Maty Grunberg An established and respected artist, Graduated with honors from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, with a degree in the London Academy of Art and Design. He lived and worked in London and New York for 44 years. Maty's artistic work is extensive and international, his works are exhibited in prestigious museums and galleries in London and New York and are found in important collections around the world. Among his artistic achievements are three of his etchings which were included in a Beatles song book alongside John Lennon's poems, which he personally met.

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    •  Maty Grunberg - From Point to Complexity: Black, Grey, White.
From Point to Complexity: Black, Grey, White.
    •  Maty Grunberg - Moon and Reflection Moon and Reflection

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  • Tzuri Gueta  (+)

    Biography : The underwater world is a source of inspiration for Tzuri Gueta, as expressed by his collaborations with the world's leading fashion brands, such as Chanel, Issey Miyake, Jean Paul Gaultier, Christian Lacroix, Thierry Mugler, Christian Dior, Giorgio Armani, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton and Karl Lagerfeld; in his studies at the Department of Textile Design of the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design; and even as a young child growing up by the Givat Olga beach. At the age of three he put his head into the water, and already looked with wonderment at the magical world he had discovered: the flora, corals and reefs. Guetta's artworks are exhibited and sold around the world, including at the Pompidou Center in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York, the British Victoria and Albert Museum, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and others. Much like a painter relates to his canvas and a sculpture to stone, Gueta considers fabric to be his foundation, a starting point for integrating art, fashion, design and textiles; into which he introduces advanced science and technological advancements of his own creation that have been registered as international patents. In this way, he fascinatingly demonstrates the potential inherent to the encounter between traditional techniques, innovative technologies and the human factor. The linkage between traditional lace fabric and his sophisticated use of silicone, and the colorful underwater motifs that are interwoven in his work, create a mesmerizing and impressive effect. His designs integrate silicone polymer with fabrics: using a complex technological process, he injects polymeric substances that pass through the fabric, creating an abundance of diverse and colorful textures.

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    •  Tzuri Gueta - Kakemono Jungle Sea Blue Red Kakemono Jungle Sea Blue Red
    •  Tzuri Gueta - Recover Recover

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  • Eyal Sasson  (+)

    Biography : Eyal Sasson, Bezalel and Royal College of London graduate, is an Israeli painter that deals with the deconstruction of the visual image. In his work process he is influenced by mechanichal elements of the industrial printing process and fundamental perceptions of the construction of the digital image. In each series, Sasson constructs and employs a different set of principles that dictate the mode of the image's deconstruction. Along the use of digital principals, like pixels or digital color systems – like RGB and CMYK, Sasson is influenced by the work process of the western painting throughout art history. He has used Camera Obscura and the anamorphosis technique to engage and challenge the illusionistic painting imitation strategies. The images of nature are central to his creation of a complex painting process, all while embracing W. J. T. Mitchell views of the landscape painting as a cultural representation of nature, a Genre and not a medium, and as Sasson puts it, a means to a discussion about the essence of painting. In his recent series the principals for the deconstruction are less rigid and rational and more fluid – in it, the brush strokes and painting gestures are emphasized. The re-construction of the scene in his latest works is physical, and comprised of a series of three-dimensional, acrylic painted, paper clippings – influenced by the creation process of pop-up books. Additional influences for his works are traditional Japanese prints, alongside mid-20th century graphics and contemporary comic books. In “Bathers” series, Sasson returns to a central theme in art history – the "Bathers". Unlike the modernists, who used this theme to create an ideal artistic approach and painting method, Sasson's works are reflexive, and in it the bather's image in nature, dictates the mode of painting. Sasson's bathers are fluid, immersed in the water, their image reflected in the brush strokes and colors. Sasson's starting point in the creative process a

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    •  Eyal Sasson - Untitled Scotland Untitled Scotland
    •  Eyal Sasson - Riverbank Riverbank
    •  Eyal Sasson - Untitled Untitled
    •  Eyal Sasson - Untitled Untitled

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  • Suly B. Wolff  (+)

    Biography : Suly Bornstein Wolff is a multi-disciplinary artist that lives and works in Tel Aviv. In her artworks she deals with the presence of nature in the urban space along the complex relationship between humans and nature. Wolff grew up in Brazil and came to Israel as a young woman. While attempting to accommodate herself to a new place, a new language, and a new culture, she was intrigued by a certain species of trees which seemed alien to the local landscape - the tropical palm trees and eucalyptus, species that had been imported and incorporated into the local landscape. The palm trees were originally intended to decorate and enrich the gardens of Tel Aviv nestled between the Bauhaus buildings. The Bauhaus juxtaposed with the palm trees (a very common juxtaposition in Tel Aviv) create a beautiful combination that echoes the foreign aspects of the two, both imported to Israel for the purpose of creating the landscape. The palm tree and the eucalyptus have a mythical presence in our culture. The palm trees are an important symbol both in Judaism and in Christianity, while the eucalyptus trees were used in the beginning of the Israeli settlement to dry swamps and prevent malaria. They both, in a certain way, represent the human perception of nature as a function, while articulating the tension between the local and the global that is inherent to the Israeli art world, and is surfacing worldwide, in our now rapidly globalizing world. Her works focus on the exploration of the urban nature, a nature that has in some ways lost its connection to its immanent organic characteristics through man's manipulation. Wolff's artworks echo the alienation of humans from nature, one that is highly linked to the urbanization of our society. As a multidisciplinary artist, she paints and sculpts, and creates objects that she merges into installations. Wolff usually uses recycled materials, including plastic bags, old paintings, deflated balloons and more. These are reincarnated in Wolff's a

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    Artist's Objects:

    •  Suly B. Wolff - Eucalyptus Eucalyptus
    •  Suly B. Wolff - Palm series Palm series
    •  Suly B. Wolff - Night series Night series

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  • Tamar Blum Zidon  (+)

    Biography : Tamar Blum Zidon, Israeli painter and sculptor brings a unique approach to a mundane and usually discarded material. Using cardboard as her medium, she developed a specialized technique in which she lets her personal artistic style flourish. Her sculptures’ organic form seems to have originated from nature itself. They emulate the work of nature yet do not characteristically imitate it. The artistic process starts by piling and gluing together a myriad of cardboard sheets, creating a mass, from which she sculpts in the same manner classical sculptors’ work with stone or wood. Blum-Zidon's Cardboard contains "memories" of packaged goods, travel and change. It is utilized in infinite ways in our daily lives, and though intricately intertwined in our lives, we take it granted. Cardboard is invisible to us. Yet, she brings this material to center stage, breathing new life into it and transforming this humble substance into a valued object d’art. The sculptures are deeply beautiful in their minimalistic and fluid visual quality. Their structural simplicity compliments the material’s plainness and monochromatic color. The exposed texture is tempting the observer to touch their seductive surface. Blum -Zidon takes us on an exploratory journey: a bird’s view of the material’s topography simultaneously with a focused close-up into the minute details of the cardboard’s folds, curves and crevices. The sculptures convey the artist’s intimate engagement with nature. They seem to have frozen over the course of time, creating an artificial landscape in an enclosed space. It seems as though these forms have been here from time immemorial, eroded by the powers of nature: sun, wind and water. Blum-Zidon is in constant search for new materials and oftentimes finds new use for ordinary materials and objects from her immediate environment. Her choice of working with cardboard is not detached from the cultural context of reusing and recycling materials. Sh

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    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - Gold Peanut Gold Peanut
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - Gratitude Gratitude
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - Trio Trio
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - ANTICIPATION ANTICIPATION
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - Matching Point Matching Point
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - MEMORY MEMORY
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - BACK TO THE FUTURE BACK TO THE FUTURE
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - BRIGHT FUTURE BRIGHT FUTURE
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - FAMILY FAMILY
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - INTIMACY INTIMACY
    •  Tamar Blum Zidon - The Inner Circle The Inner Circle

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Other Represented Artists

  • John R. Pepper  (+)

    Biography : John Randolph Pepper, Italian, (1958) was born and raised in Rome. He lives in Palermo and works worldwide. Pepper started his career in black & white analogical photography with an apprenticeship to Ugo Mulas at 14. He published his first photograph at 15 and had his first show at 17.He studied History of Art at Princeton University, where he was also the youngest member of the exclusive painting program, ‘185 Nassau Street’. He then became a ‘Directing Fellow’ at The American Film Institute, (Los Angeles) and subsequently worked as a director in theater and film for 20 years. During that time he continued to take photographs with his Leica camera always using the same Ilford HP5 film stock. John R. Pepper is represented by different photo galleries (France, Russia, Israel) and his photographs are in collections in various major museums around the world. He is considered by many in the Italian Foreign service as a ‘Cultural Ambassador’ and has collaborated with numerous Italian Institutes of Culture in many countries. After debuting in the USA in 2009, the exhibition ‘Rome: 1969, An Homage to Italian Neo-Realism’ was shown in US, Paris and Rome in 2010. This was followed by ‘Sans Papier’ (2011) — Rome, Venice, Saint Petersburg, Paris and Palermo. ‘Evaporations’ is published (2014/15) exhibitions are presented simultaneously at the Rosphoto State Museum, Saint Petersburg, Officina Zattere (14th Biennale di Architettura, Venezia) and in 7 cities across Russia. November 2016 to January 2017 ‘Evaporations’ was presented at Palazzo Cipolla in Rome, by Fondazione Terzo Pilastro. Since 2015 Pepper has been working on his project ‘Inhabited Deserts’, where he explores deserts and their effect on time, history and people. In September 2018 Pepper opened ‘Inhabited Deserts’ in Teheran — where he was one of 1st Italian photographers to exhibit since the revolution.

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