Yael Efrati

by Elinor Lazar | 17.03.16

Yael Efrati‘s artwork offers viewers a new aesthetic perspective on light, memory and projection – and it is outstanding! The Israeli Artist and MFA winner deals with materials from the 1950s to 1960s such as formica, terrazzo floors, mashrabyia tiles and plastic shutters.

What Efrati defines as “Documentary Sculpture” builds a bridge between photography and sculpture and showcases her unique view on life. She captures reality through photographs, using the influence of light, and turns it into ‘reality art’ via sculpture.

Our readers have the chance to see Yael’s solo exhibition, “Eye of the Sea” at the Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) in Tel Aviv. The exhibition opens this evening, March 17th and will run until May 14th.

CCA Tel Aviv, 2a Tsadok Hacohen St. (Corner of Kalisher), Tel Aviv.
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 2 p.m. – 7 p.m., Fri, Sat: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Facebook





All images, courtesy of the gallery


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