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Manos Levia-היביל סונמ

Meiri Dalia -הילד יריאמ

Mizrachi Menachem-םחנמ יחרזמ

Mokady Moshe-השמ ידאקומ

malachi-יכאלמ

Meir Natif-ףיטנ ריאמ

Michael Morgenstern-ןרטשנגומ לאכימ

Michael Sloutsker-רקצולס לאכימ

Michael Yakhilevich-ץיבליהקי לאכימ

Michele Karina-הניראק לאכימ

Miki Kehati-יתהק יקימ

Mira Raman-ןמר הרימ

Miriam Neiger-רגיינ םירמ

Mordechai Levanon-ןונבל יכדרמ

Morel Derfler-רלפרד לרומ

Mosey Finkel-לקניפ יאסומ

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Manos Levia-היביל סונמ


Manos, Levia, Painter and Sculptor. b. 1941, Israel. Studies: Sculpture with Gedalya Ben Zvi.

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Meiri Dalia -הילד יריאמ


Meiri, Dalia, Sculptor. b. 1951. Studies: 1972-76 Bezalel, Jerusalem; 1967 advanced studies, Carrara, Italy, stone sculpture; 1977 Austria; 1980 garden landscaping, Japan. Memorial Sculptures: 1979 Kibbutz Farod; 1979-80 Reliefs at Field School, Har Gilo; Public Gardens, Upper Nazareth; 1983 Liberty Bell Garden, Jerusalem; 1984 Ein Harod; 1988 Bet Zerah.

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Mizrachi Menachem-םחנמ יחרזמ


Menachem Mizrachi, Painter. b. Israel. Teaching: Avni Institute, Tel Aviv; Meimad School, Tel Aviv; Institute for Plastic Arts, Bat Yam.


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Mokady Moshe-השמ ידאקומ


Mokady, Moshe, Painter. b. 1902, Tarnow, Poland. Immigrated 1920. Studies: Vienna and Zurich, art and music. Teaching: Art and music, Haifa; 1952-65 Director of Avni Institute, Tel Aviv. Prizes: 1937, 1942, 1950-51 Dizengoff Prize. 1949 First art adviser to Ministry of Education and Culture. 1927-30 Lived in Paris. A founder of the Artists’ Village, Ein Hod, where he lived from 1965 until his death in 1975.


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malachi-יכאלמ


malachi Born in Hungary, 1919, immigrated to Israel in 1946 and resides in Jerusalem. Malachi succeeds - perhaps more so in the series as a whole than in each individual drawing -- in expressing movement in a static manner, much as Agam does in a dynamic manner. In fact, Malachi's drawings are close


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Meir Natif-ףיטנ ריאמ


meir natif Born in Jaffa, Israel 1955. Graduate of the Avni Institute of Fine Arts, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 1977-80. Studied at Bat-Yam institute, Bat-Yam, Israel, 1970-72.


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Michael Morgenstern-ןרטשנגומ לאכימ


Michael Morgenstern was born in 1955 in Moscow, USSR. Graduated from 1905 Revolution Moscow Art College in 1981. In the USSR his major works were murals, mosaic, bas-reliefs; he participated in several Soviet and international exhibitions. Repatriated to Israel in 1991.


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Michael Sloutsker-רקצולס לאכימ


Michael Sloutsker Born in St.Petersburg on April 9th, 1946, Michael Sloutsker was graduated from the internationally renowned St.Petersburg Art academy. He is a member of the Union of Academic painters of Israel and participated in 28 international art exhibitions. Currently more than 300 paintings are part of private collections in Europe, Asia and USA. A versatile artist, he prefers the classical oil technique and works primarily in the fields of portrait, still life, landscape.


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Michael Yakhilevich-ץיבליהקי לאכימ


Michael Yakhilevich was born in 1956 in Moscow, USSR. Graduated from Stage Design Department of Moscow Artistic Theater Institute in (1979). Member of USSR Artists Union (1983). Repatriated to Israel in 1990. Member of Israeli Artists Union (1991).


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Michele Karina-הניראק לאכימ


Karina Michele born 1942 in Berlin, Germany, moved in 1952 to Stockholm, Sweden, and finished studies at the Reybekiel Art School, studied further drawing, painting, sculpture, textile art and silversmithing. 1967 moved to Israel, teaching here enamel, handicrafts and sculpture at the Open University, 1983 - 85 studying further drawing and painting under Yehuda Bacon.


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Miki Kehati-יתהק יקימ


Miki Kehati Education 1998 Jewelry making, Amal Institute, Tel ? Aviv. 1993 ? 1988 School of Visual Arts, New York. BFA, an undergraduate degree in fine art, Department of sculpture. 1987 ? 1988 New York Institute of Technology, New York Photography and design. 1986 ? 1987 The Art Students League of NY, New York. Prints.


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Mira Raman-ןמר הרימ


Mira Raman The volume of works exhibited here consists of paintings from 1995 to 2000. Most of these creations are of mixed media: collage, printing on natural Japanese rice paper and oil painting. This group of works can be arranged in chronological order according to different topics and styles. Character types are color printing and paper layers. In my world of concepts the layers are ?curtains?, curtains that cover, conceal, reveal, reflect, or appear to emerge. Associative sentences are composed here of forms, symbols and cultural icons. I studied art at the Academy of Ramat Hasharon and continued to specialize in the US -- mostly painting and art history. Japanese Art Studies -- calligraphy and origami -- introduced me to views that had been previously unknown to me. The new areas in my paintings led me to different discoveries. The symbols that most successfully reached me from that culture were the sun and the moon whose meanings signify the clarity of life. I was destined to learn of the inner eye enabling us to see introspectively while reflect whatever scene we meditate on, and I have used this inner eye as a mediating figure to come between the outside spectator and the surrounding reality. The inner eye protects and defends me outwardly, while exposing and submitting me to the curtains of the visible grounds through layers of collages and finally decipher the printed fundaments underneath which serve as the memory base. When I was five years old my mother would sit me down next to her while she sewed, and on my knees she would place a pile magazines like ELLE and PARIS MATCH along with a pair of scissors. I would sail on imaginary voyages and cut out all those places and personalities that I found appealing. I was sure that by releasing them from their terms in prison they would lift themselves off the pages and let my heart convert them into real-life entities. It is not quite clear which childhood experiences constitute the best preserved memories, but we must understand that we have no way of selecting which impressions to save and which to discard. Many of these childhood adventures and routines have arisen again and again over the last few years. I collect magazines, photographs and papers, "liberate" the relevant forms and images, assemble them by connecting them to others, and thus create new miniature subcontinent worlds. My most recent paintings are "clear" and transparent while dealing with my childhood sources as the "place". This place will take me back to the sphinx of my womanhood. As a mother of three and wife I sense how much importance this very self conceiving site design can be to tie the knot between the incessant dialog I maintain among my many responsibilities and the self expression I identify within as part of my aspiration to achieve "clarity" both in real life and on the canvas, but still inside the frame.


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Miriam Neiger-רגיינ םירמ


Miriam Neiger - Fleischmann Born in Slovakia, 1948. Came to Israel,1949. Studied art at the "Bezalel" Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, 1977-1981 (B.F A). Lives and creates in Jerusalem. ..."She puts together signs and symbols, abstract concepts, familiar shapes, banal associations, rough materials, industrial paints and multicolored lights together with cultural, ethnic, religious and science fiction references. She draws upon collective consciousness and subconscious memory and experience and processes everything through the highly subjective data of her own individuality. The image she thus builds strives to wholeness and the work itself becomes an opulent show, oscillating between convention and invention." Joanna Nicolau, curator From the introduction in the catalog for the exhibition "Chariot of Fire - Against all the odds", Haifa Museum of Modern Art, 1989


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Mordechai Levanon-ןונבל יכדרמ


Mordechai Levanon During his first years in the country, Levanon worked as a tarmhand. In 1925 he studied at Bezalel and acquainted himselt with the innovations of European painting in the studio of ltzhak Frenkel. In the late 1920s he joined a large group of artists advocating pure formal and chromatic values, but most of his work was based on visual reality. Levanon painted landscapes in a fundamentally expressionistic style, tinged with symbolism, as in his depictions of Sated, showing elongated buidings aspiring toward the sky, or of Jerusalem as a heavenly city. Until the late 1940s his paintings were extremely colorful, but in the following decade his landscapes were conceived rather as an architectonic construction of objects and colors within the painterly field. Landscape, 1951, notwithstanding its structured geometric forms, conveys Levanon's emotional relationship to the subject in his expressionistic use of thick outlines and in the distorted buildings.


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Morel Derfler-רלפרד לרומ


Morel DERFLER Born in Romania in 1956, immigrated to Israel in 1961 and studied photography at the Neri Bloomfield College of Design, Haifa. Was awarded the Gerard Levy Prize for a Young Photographer by the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Derfler's elaborate images are the result of a long process of manipulation, coloring, scratching and scraping during which the identity of the original photograph is completely obliterated. The new image, although still another photograph, has lost one of the essential qualities inherent to the medium: instantaneousness. In his most recent work represented here, the common images used as subject matter, such as medical or zoological plates, placed out of context and proportion, seem to become magic symbols or artifacts for unexplained rituals. Playful and serious at the same time, they remain closely tied to both the local Israeli culture and the history of art and photography.


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Mosey Finkel-<לקניפ יאסומ


MOSEY FINKEL Born 1946, Chicago, U.S.A. Resident of Israel. Married with four children. Photographing since 1958. 1968-1972, Professional, freelance, photographer including advertising, press and technical photography. 1972-present Amateur photographer while working as an Agricultural Engineer throughout Israel, Iran, The Caribbean and Africa. 1998, Member, Israel Painters and Sculptures Association.


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