Sigalit Landau was born & raised in Jerusalem & spent several years in the US and UK. In 1993, she spent a year as an exchange student at Cooper Union School in NY. In 1994, she graduated from Bezalel Academy of Art & Design. Today she lives & works in Tel-Aviv. By the end of the 1990s, Landau began to create video art works, which allowed for a wider distribution of her powerful and iconic output. One such key work is Barbed Hula (2000), showing a nude female (herself) rolling a hoop of…
Jean-François Martin, Illustrator - Marzo Negro
NOT VITAL Almine Rech Gallery
Goddess of compassion, 2010. 19th century Chinese porcelain figure of Guan Yin, continental bisque crucifix and mixed media. 300 x 300 x 690 mm. Collection van Dam, The Netherlands.