Auction 21 KooKooCorona :) Contemporary Israeli Art 2020
May 2, 2020 (your local time)

Sale of contemporary Israeli art 2020 in the shadow of the Corona epidemic

Some artists have chosen to perpetuate the crazy era we are experiencing

Pay attention to the many graffiti works to raise morale (don't miss The MISSK)

And remember, staying at home is better when we're surrounded by art!

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LOT 43:

Shaul Cohen ''Garbage can 16 Harrari st.'' 2020

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Start price:
$ 180
Estimated price:
$300 - $350
Auction house commission: 15% More details
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Shaul Cohen ''Garbage can 16 Harrari st.'' 2020
A miniature sculpture in a 3D printer, inside a plastic transparent ball, on a printed stage

Manual oil paint and paper paste
The height of the ball includes the 12 cm stage
The width of the stage is 9 cm

Innovative sculpture, contemporary art - sculpture on 3D printers. You can see artists from all over the world creating dolls and sculptures in this way. Most of the work on this technique is precisely the design on the model's computer.

Meet Shaul Cohen, 38 years old artist and industrial designer. Lives and works in Tel Aviv. Graduated from the Bezalel industrial design department.
Shaul his partner has a small factory in Tel Aviv where they print for interior designers and architects small models before actual execution.
Saul is a particularly funny artist, and regularly lectures on "Laughter in the Design World" in which he makes illogical designs for an IDF soldier's hat that swells into a pillow when the soldier is on the road and wants to doze off.
Shaul also teaches registration techniques at the Avni Institute.
Shaul made his miniatures and three-dimensional humorous sculptures for the first time when he was looking to make a special watch for himself, just like the one attached to a beachside lifeguard. Thus was born the first lifeguard's awning, followed by the watchtower, bus stops and the lucky stall.

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