work on canvas, 2014 onward

In vivo in vitro, 2014, Oil on canvas, 90 x 130 cm


As I last visited my Aunt J. in her new Bat-Yam appartment she was old and sick. She told me about the time she was in KZ.- About encounters with J.Mengele- about the constant fear to be the next one to be chosen by him as well as the fear to become useless to him. She told me about the sisterhood the women in the camp established, adopting new comers as “sisters”, taking care of each other. At the end of the war she spent two years in a swedish hospital, slowly (partly) recovering of malnutrition and a deep shock. Later on in Israel she got married to my fathers brother. They lived in Bat-Yam city. They were my Bat-Yam uncle and auntie and they had a private dream. They hoped that one day, in the far future they would move out the city center to live by the sea. At an old age the dream became reality. They moved into a small flat in an appartment block almost touching the water. My uncle died three monthes later. Leaving her alone in their little heaven by the sea. An old woman, a care case, grieving over her beloved husband and life long friend. From than on she was avoiding the balcony.








Under the spell of a Moment (Hilton), 2015, Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm








Portrait of a woman with gadgets, 2014, Oil on canvas, 90 x 60 cm








Sogni d‘oro, 2015, Oil on canvas, 40 x 120 cm








The core, 2015, Oil on canvas, 70 x 110 cm








New old haven, 2015, Oil on canvas, 70 x 110 cm








Put to sea, 2015, Oil on canvas, 70 x 110 cm











Dead Sea view with crash barrier



Dead Sea view, 2014, Oil on canvas, 30 x 70 cm








Coastway, 2016, Oil on canvas, 80 x 70 cm








Untitled, 2015, Oil on canvas, 90 x 130 cm








Waterside, 2017, Oil on canvas, 70 x 110 cm>








Mangrove, 2016, Oil on canvas, 90 x 130 cm