US artist brings his backyard to Tel Aviv

They say that we can look forever for something that we can find right in our own backyard.

March 25, 2013 21:07

Bananas on table NOT FOR REUSE. (photo credit: Or Shuval)


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They say that we can look forever for something that we can find right in our own backyard.

Hidden amid Tel Aviv’s historic gallery neighborhood, between Gordon and Frishman streets, Or Shuval’s photography makes for a fresh and interesting change. Far removed from the bright, colorful work displayed in the windows of the mainstream galleries, Shuval captures pure simplicity laid bare in the patterns of nature.

For his first show in Israel, held on April 5 and 12, Shuval will be exhibiting a collection of shots worked in or near his studio space, formerly his childhood home in Berkeley, California.

Raised with a multicultural, multidimensional background, he devotes sections of his work to different aspects and passions of his life.

Welcome the spring with a refreshingly intimate look at beauty that was always right under your nose.

Or Shuval’s Spring Showing is on display Friday April 5 & 12 from 1:30 – 5 p.m. at 22 Frug, Tel Aviv. Shuval’s work can be seen at

Note: Only six prints of each photograph will be sold.

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