Exhibitions at Mamilla Hotel

Exhibitions at Mamilla Hotel
Exhibitions at Mamilla Hotel
Exhibitions at Mamilla Hotel
Exhibitions at Mamilla Hotel
Exhibitions at Mamilla Hotel
Exhibitions at Mamilla Hotel
Mamilla Hotel is proud to be a cultural platform for promising Israeli artists from various fields. A wide range of original works are presented and harmonized with the design of the hotel, which is modern but has an affinity to the historic past and hypnotic beauty of Jerusalem.
 
Design Curator: Yael Amir-Sternberg, an interior designer and architect, is a graduate of the Seattle-Washington Center of Art. Yael is the Design Director of the Mamilla Hotel, responsible for all the hotel design layout and look throughout the years festivities. Her great deal of talent and artisic taste for the hotels revolving exhibitions create an interesting artistic mix in the hotel foyer showcases, where every corner is a design mosaic.
"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life"-Pablo Picasso

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Exhibit: Ana Luna

Artist: Roni Ben Shlomo

DECEMBER 2017

Born in 1987. Roni graduated carpentry and graphic design. Today she is heavily involved in multidisciplinary art. In recent years she has been focusing on drawing mandala in the technique of free drawing of pen on paper.

Roni's work are miniature mandalas. Works of graphic quality. Mandalas represent the center of the cosmic force and connect to light and existence.  Her technique is drawing and manual drawing.

"You have no circle in the world that is not made from one point standing in the middle, and this point that stands in the middle takes all the light and illuminates the body and the light of all" (Zohar, Tishbi 1)

Mandela symbolizes the universe and the human soul. Representing the center of power, the spirit of the cosmos and the existence of the world. This center functions as an inner center, as sun and moon.


Exhibit: Biblical Lands

Artist: Guy Yechiely

January 2018

Born in Haifa, Israel, 1982.Guy Yechiely, an artist and a photographer, graduated in 2011 from the Department of Photography at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.
From a first sight taken at his works it is obvious that he is attracted towards classicism, beauty and aesthetics, while adopting a formal approach to the art of photography. Yechiely often uses artificial light to stage situations, so as to achieve and emphasize drama in the photographs.

Guy’s work harmonizes with western art of the 18 – 19 centuries, with neo-classical painters like Ingres or Jacques-Louis David and with other classical iconic artists, simultaneously; he strives to capture diverse aspects of each subject, and treats complex issues, like Orientalism, Politics and Middle Eastern culture, with a fresh approach.

In the feautured series 'Biblical Lands' Guy deales with questions arising from the discussion of East-West relations: the modern, critical and aware view by the West, as opposed to the "Orientalist" romantic view from the past. Here, in Israel, we see ourselves as "Westerners", but no less also as "Easterners"

 

 

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Exhibit: Esther Bar

Artist: Esther Bar

MARCH 2018

Esther Bar is a multi-disciplinary artist, designer and art therapist. A graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, as an industrial designer, her work spans from functional design to pure fine art, subtly combining the two. Born in England, Esther immigrated with her family to Israel in 1966. She grew up in Kibbutz Sasa. Since 1980 lives in Jerusalem, married and has 3 children. In 2002 graduated the David Yellin College of Education in Jerusalem as an Art Therapist and worked for six years with children at Hadassa Hospital, Ein Kerem, Jerusalem. Between 2011 and 2015 lived in Madrid, practicing a variety of disciplines including drawing, painting, sewing, ceramics and woodturning. During these four years Esther trained and collaborated with ceramist Paz de Pedro and wood turner and sculptor Toni Porto in Madrid. Recently having moved back to Jerusalem, Esther reopened her home studio, located in the german colony.

An artist, designer and woodturner. More than anything else, her work can be defined by the relationship she has with raw materials. Fascinated by the way matter uncovers itself, revealing its delicate curves and patterns, gradually shaped to become almost a living object with its own character and aesthetics.


Exhibit: Ilana Achrak

Artist: Ilana Achrak

 MARCH 2018

Ilana is a Multidisciplinary artists who is connected to authentic crafts. She draws inspiration from her long-standing traditional work. Her works include glass vitrages, Brazilian embroidery and jewelry using bead embroidery techniques.

The works exhibited were handcrafted in various techniques.

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Exhibit: Bracha Sorotzkin

Artist: Bracha Sorotzkin

MARCH 2018

The Rekem creations are hand embroidered tapastries designed and embroidered by Bracha Sorotzkin. The artist who has a rich history and portfolio in design embodies the life, the histroy and the art of Jerusalem in her works. She incorporates material such as suede, silk, leather and velvet with gold Swarovski stones. She sculptures her artwork with crochet chains and unique stiches, and manages to create a special effect of depth. Each piece of art is one-of-a-kind, and has a hand embroidered signature from the artist. 

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