ART IS EVERYWHERE
We believe art should be everywhere.
To this end, we create art spaces of a different kind. The gallery showcases the artists in public spaces of everyday life. We know how to place art in nature, open spaces, street & outdoor spaces, on the way to the public, entrance spaces for offices, academies and more. Art is everywhere, that is our vision
Hagu & Arik Talor
ARTO CIE GALLERY 1
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ARTISTS & COLLECTORS WE WORK WITH
Gallery Partners Of Art
ARTO CIE is proud to and honored to partner with incredible artists & collectors from our community and elsewhere.
Without their artwork filling our walls and spaces, we wouldn’t be the innovation gallery we are today.
Check out some of our featured artists & Collections below and get in touch with us for information and to inquire about their pieces for sale.
Arik Talor the gallery entrepreneur is an innovative artist who specializes in creating kinetic art made of composite materials.
His unique artistic creations include interactive kinetic creations in different surfaces that can be displayed on a wall and moved by the art collector in a truly dynamic and engaging way.
Motifs of movement and nature are a source of inspiration for Zofnat work, and influences from the field of textile design are evident in her work, with vibrant textures and interesting colors.
Oil And Acrylic On Canvas
Rosemary creates touches of color that float in space, the viewer simulates form and narrative and cannot say whether it is true or just a continuation of his own imagination that was born out of the color creation in her work.
We in the gallery see a clear comparison between Rosemary's paintings and musical works without words, allowing listeners to choose for themselves the location of the work in their personal space
Acrylic On Canvas
Hago is a versatile creator. An architect who builds cities in human space on the one hand, and a painter of human spaces in an imaginary world on the other. Hago's paintings convey a clear story of a place, but with touches of brush and color, and points of view that are not focused or not at eye level, and convey to the viewer a sense of different perspectives, such as a blurred fog screen or a bird's eye view.
This perception of space brings the viewer to a different vision that creates a process of adaptation and thought about the content of the artwork, a reality that is clearly drawn in all its parts but presents different points of thought than we are used to.
Shlomi Brosh is a conceptual artist who draws an impression on the material. Brosh act of creation is like an a episodes of observing the materials of reality, land and building, and dubbing the language inherent in them, in a kind of animation. Any plywood, concrete blocks, rusting tin, broken window, may be the bodies he calls them by name, when in an act of minimalist thin drawing he returns and arranges the fragments in a new position. Brosh deals with the traces of things, traces of a presence that was and has passed; His artistic impulse is directed to the question of the representation of existence, he deals with the sediments of presence accumulated within the material and defines them as a language from which he emerges into the metaphysical and the symbolic.
"The higher we are placed, the more humbly we should walk"