Asaf Shani

Assaf Shani

Born 1976, Netanya, Israel
Lives and works in Hod Hasharon.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
Landmarks, Ziv Tower Hall, Tel Aviv, Israel 2018
You Are Here, Montefiore Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2017
Still Life, Ramot Menashe Art Gallery, Kibbutz Ramot Menashe, Israel 2016
Landscape and Memory, Nature Museum, Jerusalem, Israel 2015
No Place Where, City Gallery, Naharyia, Israel 2015
Pure Landscapes, Hod Hasharon Arts Center, Hod Hasharon, Israel 2015
Desert Days, City Gallery, Netanya, Israel 2014

DUO EXHIBITIONS
All Things Must Pass (with Hezi Panet), City Gallery, Kfar Saba, Israel 2020
Israeliana, Yad LeBanim Gallery (with Keren Farago), Rishon LeZion, Israel 2018
Keep The Silence (with Sharon Raz), PassPort Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2017
East to West (with Talya Yemini), City Gallery, Yavne, Israel 2016

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
French Salon 2, ZEMACK Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2019
Spirit of Israel, The Merrin Gallery, New York, USA 2019
Pnina Yuchtman Memorial Exhibition, Ralli Museum, Caesarea, Israel 2018
Salon HaCubia 2017, HaCubia Gallery for Contemporary Art, Jerusalem, Israel 2017
Landscape Carpets, Diaghilev Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel 2017
Eyewitness, Maaay Gallery, Zihon Ya’akov, Israel 2017
Painting Camp 6, Negev Museum of Art, Be’er Sheva, Israel 2016
Red Rooftop and Landscape, The Other Gallery, Holon, Israel 2016
Salon HaCubia 2015, HaCubia Gallery for Contemporary Art, Jerusalem, Israel 2015
Resisim 2015, Hensen House, Jerusalem, Israel 2015
Fields Theory, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel 2015
Dfus Amal, Alfred Cooperative Institute for Art & Culture, Tel Aviv, Israel 2014
Earth\Land, Apter-Barrer Art Center, Ma’a lot Tarshiha, Israel 2014

Shani’s work instills a familiarity with the subject which enables the viewer to think that he knows this landscape. Perhaps he walked there; perhaps just in passing. The artist wishes to create a sense of silence an almost partnership with the viewer observing the works. Shani’s paintings are not just an attempt to capture a particular scene. The artist presents the special feelings inherent to Israelis and the Israeli landscape. The completed work is easily recognizable as being uniquely Israel.

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