Auction 22 Contemporary Israeli Art
By KooKoo
Jul 11, 2020

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

KooKoo takes care of you for the best

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

Here for any questions 0558859447 - Lisa

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LOT 43:

Sharon Zargary
''The monk'' 2017

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Start price:
$ 340
Estimated price :
$600 - $700
Buyer's Premium: 15% More details
VAT: 17% On commission only

''The monk'' 2017
Sculpture of clay (burnt sarcota)
Height 18.5 cm

Artist Sharon Zergari, who deals with issues of masculinity in crisis, control and loss, pathos and misery, and draws inspiration from characters from childhood heroes and action movies - came to KooKoo's auction for the first time!
Sharon (1976) An award-winning multidisciplinary artist who creates a painting (Bezalel graduate), sculpture (master's degree in sculpture he studied in Milan, Italy) and videos. '' Art, design and advertising are all part of my area of ​​work.

In my work you will find graphic language, symbolism and images related to masculinity that most of the popular culture takes. You can feel a connection to pop, and yet the work is loaded with criticism and political subtext.
Everything is served with irony and humor."

He has exhibited solo exhibitions at the Midrash Gallery (at Boaz Arad's Curatorship), at the Ramat Gan Museum (at Ayelet Hashahar Cohen's Curatorship), and at the artist's workshops (at Vered Saffron Gardens).

He has also participated in several group exhibitions, including an exhibition at the Gordon Gallery, participated in two sculpture exhibitions in Milan, Italy, as well as a video exhibition at the Cinematheque and more.

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