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Gallery: Art Bond NY

550 W 29th Street, New York, United States

Artists: Shai Kermer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai kremer, Shai Kremer, ShaiKremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer, Archival Pigment Print, Shai Kremer, Shai Kremer

A retrospective look at all the bodies of work I have created over the past three decades reveals a recurring motif - Various forms of Tree.
What draws me to engage with that image?
Is it nostalgic from my childhood in the Kibbutz?
Perhaps it is more than that..
In most cases the tree stands in the foreground of the frame and it is the subject.
During this curatorial study I discovered that in 99% of all the landscape images I made there is soil and ground.

This exhibition focuses on different aspects of the same image:
Direct landscape photographs ... more >>
A retrospective look at all the bodies of work I have created over the past three decades reveals a recurring motif - Various forms of Tree.
What draws me to engage with that image?
Is it nostalgic from my childhood in the Kibbutz?
Perhaps it is more than that..
In most cases the tree stands in the foreground of the frame and it is the subject.
During this curatorial study I discovered that in 99% of all the landscape images I made there is soil and ground.

This exhibition focuses on different aspects of the same image:
Direct landscape photographs in which the tree is loaded with lyrical metaphorical significance. ( Infected Landscapes and Fallen Empires)
Staged Photography in the series Connect Narratives.
Layered Digital Photographic collage (New Normal , Smoke Scree and Painting With Light).
Despite all these photographic approaches, different projects and technics that evolved during time, the tree is still standing!
It will continue to stand and will be always a part of me.

A retrospective look at all the bodies of work I have created over the past three decades reveals a recurring motif - Various forms of Tree.
What draws me to engage with that image?
Is it nostalgic from my childhood in the Kibbutz?
Perhaps it is more than that..
In most cases the tree stands in the foreground of the frame and it is the subject.
During this curatorial study I discovered that in 99% of all the landscape images I made there is soil and ground.

This exhibition focuses on different aspects of the same image:
Direct landscape photographs in which the tree is loaded with lyrical metaphorical significance. ( Infected Landscapes and Fallen Empires)
Staged Photography in the series Connect Narratives.
Layered Digital Photographic collage (New Normal , Smoke Scree and Painting With Light).
Despite all these photographic approaches, different projects and technics that evolved during time, the tree is still standing!

It will continue to stand and will be always a part of me.


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