Jewish Art Judaica ORIGINAL canvas Contemporary Korzeniak Israel Hanukkah

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Jewish Art Judaica ORIGINAL canvas Contemporary Korzeniak Israel Hanukkah
Jewish Art Judaica ORIGINAL canvas Contemporary Korzeniak Israel Hanukkah
Jewish Art Judaica ORIGINAL canvas Contemporary Korzeniak Israel Hanukkah

Jewish Art Judaica ORIGINAL canvas Contemporary Korzeniak Israel Hanukkah
ORIGINAL PAINTING OIL & COLLAGE ON CANVAS BIG SIZE 20″ X 18″ (50X40cm) IMPORTANT: The painting its sended without frame in a roll. Bernard Korzeniak listed Latin American Judaica Artist. The painting is mounted in a very elegant wood frame. Feel free to ask any question. Bernard Korzeniak Contemporary & Jewish Art Gallery. Bernard Korzeniak is a fabulous painter, his art is a sensibility commited totally to symmetry, to a sense of beauty which has largely departed from much contemporary art, which he reintroduces with seeming effortlessness and can make us believe is achievable through the sheer conviction of his approach. “See”, his work seems to be telling us, the world truly is manageable! One Should always be thankful for artist such as Bernard Korzeniak, who renew our faith in a final harmony, a unified world, a dream of oneness. ARTSPEAK NEW YORK, Jan 98. The Korzeniak’s Fine Art are shown in galleries, cultural centers, Jewish Institutions Jewish Museums, and public & private collections in: Israel, Canada, USA, Mexico, France, Brasil, England, Argentina and Uruguay. Korzeniak was born in Uruguay 1971. Studying and researching Art, especially Jewish Art, Graphic Design, Architecture, Photography, Art History, Sculpture, Painting, Engraving, Music and new technologies on Digital Graphics since 1979. Starts art studies in Montevideo, Uruguay at the Clever Lara Art Studio, Arditti Studio Art Club, Berta Fernandez Musical Center, Violinist Liber Fernandez, and later intensifies art studies through travels to museums in all the World. Korzeniak is Music Profesor playing several instruments. Since 1996 is Coordinator and Head of Computing Graphics Department of Ort University of Uruguay. Since 1998 is Proffesor at the Design School, and Architecture School of ORT University of Uruguay in the areas of Design, Arts & Graphic Tools. Since 2001 Korzeniak is member of the “Uruguay Cultural Foundation for the Arts”, Washington DC, USA. Exhibitions: 2012 Yavne JCC Montevideo, Uruguay, 2011 Art-Shabghai Latin-American Pavillion/ 2008 Coexistance exhibition, International Jewish Film Festival, Punta del Este, Uruguay / 2007 Ochre Gallery, Melbourne, Australia /. 2007 Solo Exhibition at B’nai B’rith. Of Uruguay, “60 years of Israel State” , 2007. Baiksong Art Gallery, Seul, Korea. 2007 Solo Exhibition at BET-EL Community, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2007 Sala de Artes de la Liga de Fomento de Punta del Este, Maldonado, Uruguay, en el marco del “IV Festival Internacional de Cine Judío”. 2006 Exhibition “Jewish Pictorial Harmoni” in The Shul, Miami, USA, sponsored by Citibank, Consulate General of Uruguay in Miami, Consulate General of Argentina en Miami, Florida Israel Cultural Institute, Michael Ann Rusell JCC & Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center. 2005 “A Hebraica Art Gallery “, Hebraica Sao Paulo, Brasil. 2005 Solo exhibition at Perry Gallery, Binghamton, New York, USA. 2004 Solo exhibition at Hillel Schusterman International Center, Ann Loeb Bronfman Arts Pavilion, Washington DC. Sponsored by the Uruguay Cultural Foundation for the Arts and de Embassy of Uruguay in USA. 2004 Bodzin Art Gallery, Jewish Community Center of North Virginia. Spo nsored by the Uruguay Cultural Foundation for the Arts and de Embassy of Uruguay in USA. 2003 Alliance Francaise, Uruguay. Sponsored by the Embassy of France, Alliance Francaise and the Culture and Education Ministry of Uruguay. 2002 Solo exhibition at ORT University in Uruguay. 2000 Conrad Hilton Resort Hotel. Punta del Este, Uruguay. 1998 Solo exhibition at SAI Gallery, Inc. Soho, New York City, USA. 1998 Solo exhibition at B’nai B’rith Art Gallery, Uruguay. “50 years of Israel State”. 1998 Kavehaz Cafe Gallery. 1998 Solo exhibition at Cultural Center. “La Paloma”, Rocha, Uruguay. 1998 Solo exhibition at NCI of Uruguay. 1997 Solo exhibition at SAI Gallery, Inc. 1996 Montevideo Shopping Center. 1996 “Salon de Pintura Maritima”. 1996 Cultural Space “Specia”. Salon Rotario de Artes Plasticas. Cultural Center “La Paloma”. 1995 “Paseo de la Matriz” Art Gallery. 1995 B’nai B’rith Art Gallery. 1995 “Maritime Painting Salon”. 1995 “Lara’s Atelier 20 Years”. 1994 “Salto Fifth Biennial Visual Arts”. National Fine Arts Museum. 1994 “Maritime Painting Salon” National Naval Club. 1994 Carrasco Naval Club. 1993 “XII Fine Arts Lions Salon”. 1992 “XI Fine Arts Salon” National Library. B’nai B’rith Art Gallery. 1990 “X Fine Arts Lions Salon”. 1990 B’nai B’rith Art Gallery. Montevideo, Uruguay, and many others exhibition from 1989. The Jewish Art of Bernard Korzeniak. Synesthesia is a fundamental part of the Jewish artist’s work. Bernard’s pictures talk, grieve, dance, sound like violins or flutes, like war trumpets and like the Shofar that claims with us for Redemption. A “Chamsa” concentrates all the movements that the rest of the gallery will reveal, like an Overture that will be enough for the wise to passionately dare into the rest. Adagios motivated on the calm perception of indigo and violet, shaking out to be displayed as light of abundance between the fingers to be flowers, to be fishes, to be earth and the Leviathan and the sea to behave the proximity of heaven, from works as the series “Malachim” that cedes place, pertinently, to the Andante of igneous characters, of sacred light that brings to reality the coronation of Torah protected by diligent lions in every “Aron HaKodesh” of Bernard. A Scherzo of violins drains frightfully along the whole Opus, protecting the sacred inside the walls of white light, unavailable to any attempt of profanation. As his works devoted to “Shabbat” shine, we see Bernard concentrated in the arch, knitting an Allegro vivant on the chords of his palette of all the colours. The fish, symbol of abundance, lays on the violin that becomes a table ready for the celebration of art and life. The Hebrew word for “fish” is “dag”, which numeric value is 7: the number of the completeness of Creation brought to plenitude in every candle of the Menorah, when all the musical notes are active and present, and there is no colour lacking of the rainbow that God gave men as a signal of Shalom, the Shalom of Shabbat, of the Queen that spreads the honeys of her light in our world. In Hebrew, the word for “artist” is “Oman”, which root refers to “Emunah” (faith) and “NeEmanut” (fidelity). The Oman is who assents, from his transcendental work, in the secret of the “Amen” that completes the “magnum opus” of Creator. The numeric value of its root (aleph-mem-nun) equals to the value of “MalAch”: the angel that serves in firmament, and from there, attracts inspiration and abundance for the people that inhabit the Earth. And this is exactly the issue we are talking about: Similar to the image and the resemblance of Bor-e Olam, the Jewish artist is the “Iotser”, the Former that shapes and takes the mission of re-ligating the worlds: from the apex of the human scope, relaying hands and wings with the angels, to throw a beautruth bridge over the abyss, and bring us back to the real Light that will redeem us from our chains. Welcome, then, to Reality, from the most deeply optimist point of view that you have never dreamed to live: from the fixed life-building work of Bernard Korzeniak. Does a Jewish Art exist? I n my opinion, the definition of “Jewish Art” occupies nowadays not only an artist and a thinker but many of the Jewish communities in the Diaspora, that must face the problem of auto-definition. Usually it is no a major problem to identify a work to a certain cultural group. No doubt that a French author, writing what he may, by writing in French and from his “national” experience, it is part of what is called “French culture/French art; likewise, the so-called “religious art -although being international- does not present a problem of characterization. In this case the definition arises from criteria solely thematic. The Jewish artistic and cultural production, on the other hand, is not easily categorize. The paradox of the subject resides in the centrality of the questioning. It is important to keep in mind that the Jewish artistic production does not exist in purely Jewish terms, specially when relates to a Jew in the Diaspora. In most cases, he not only identifies with the cultural Jewish tradition where he comes from, but sees himself as an integral part of the national context that surrounds him. As shown before, it is not just an intelectual game. The cultural production is one of the essential elements in configuring an identity (national, religious, communitarian, etc), is one of the expresions that allows distinguishing one group form another, one culture from another and from this its importance for the Jewish people. Feel free to ask any question writing. The item “Jewish Art Judaica ORIGINAL canvas Contemporary Korzeniak Israel Hanukkah” is in sale since Monday, February 5, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “bernardkorzeniak” and is located in Montevideo. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Region of Origin: Latin America
  • Artist: Bernard Korzeniak
  • Style: Contemporary Art
  • Listed By: Artist
  • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
  • Painting Surface: Canvas
  • Medium: Oil
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Features: Signed
  • Width (Inches): 20
  • Color: Blue
  • Subject: Ethnic
  • Originality: Original
  • Height (Inches): 18

Jewish Art Judaica ORIGINAL canvas Contemporary Korzeniak Israel Hanukkah