Eliezer Sonnenschein (b.1967, Israel)

Eliezer Sonnenschein was born in 1967 in Haifa, Israel and he currently lives and works in Rosh Pina. Sonnenschein graduated from Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem and exhibited many shows in Israel and abroad. In recent years he has received several awards including the prize of Krinzinger Projekte, Wien (2010) and from the Israeli Ministry of Culture (2009).ES has exhibited in numerous international art events: Plateau of Human Kind, 49th Biennial of Venice, curated by Harald Szeeman, Venice (2001); Contest, 7th Biennial of Havana, Cuba (2000).

Among his solo shows: Meaningless Humanity Energy Structures, Krinzinger Projekte, Wien (2010); New Works, Natalie Obadia Gallery, Paris (2006); Three Paintings, One Installation, One Gun, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel-Aviv (2005).Among his group shows: Port, Tel-Aviv Museum of Art, Tel-Aviv (2002); Baby Demo Test Space, Herzliya Museum of Art, Herzliya (1999); Inside Out, Museum Marco, Vigo, Spain (2006); Japan is Here, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (2006); TheNew Hebrews, Martin Gropius Bau Museum, Berlin (2005); Channel Zero, Netherlans Media Art Institute, Amsterdam (2004);Haifa Second International Installation Triennale, Haifa (2003); Gallery Swap, Sadie Coles hQ, London (2002); [un]gemalt, Essl Museum, Wien (2002).

He works with a vast variety of techniques and his visual language is dynamic and forceful.

Sonnenschein, Eliezer b.1967

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