The new exhibition features three bodies of work recently created by the three artists. Formal, conceptual, tonal and other connections can be drawn between the works.
Yaron Attar was born in Israel in 1979, and he lives and works in Tel Aviv. He holds a degree in advanced art studies from Hamidrasha Art School, Beit Berl and a BFA from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. Attar has had solo exhibition at venues such as Hezi Cohen Gallery and The Kibbutz Art Gallery in Tel-Aviv, and at Cabri Gallery. Attar's works has been included in various group exhibitions in venues such as The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Kunstwerk Carlshütte, Germany, The First Tel-Aviv Art Biennial, the Herzelia Museum of Art, the Genia Schreiber Tel-Aviv University Art Gallery, Subvision Kunst Festival, Hamburg, MoBY (Museums of Bat Yam), Tampere Film Festival, Finland, and Kunsthale Faust, Hannover.
Fahed Halabi was born in 1970 in Majdal-Shams, and currently lives and works in Hamburg. Halabi graduated from the Fine Art program at Tel-Hai College in 1998, and in 2006 he completed his B. Ed from HaMidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl. Halabi has had solo exhibitions at Bilbao Art Gallery Center in Spain, Mayer Gallery in Hamburg, Rivoli 59 Gallery in Paris, Fateh Modarris Art Center in Majdal Shams, and at RawArt Gallery and HaMidrasha Gallery in Tel Aviv. His work has also been exhibited in various group exhibitions worldwide, in venues such as Herzliya Museum of Art, MoBY (Museums of Bat Yam), The University Gallery Umea in Sweden, Locks Gallery in Philadelphia, Mémoire de l’avenir gallery in Paris and the Beit Hageffen Gallery in Haifa.
Dror Daum was born in 1970 in Jaffa, and he lives and works in Tel Aviv. Daum holds a BFA and an MFA from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. He has held solo exhibitions at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, etc. gallery in Prague, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, and Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv, among other venues. His work has been exhibited in various group exhibitions worldwide in venues such as the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Kuandu Museum of Fine Art in Taipei, the Venice Architecture Biennale, Pratt Institute in New York, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Petah Tikva Museum of Art, and MoBY (Museums of Bat Yam).