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    • Art during covid, take 2

      just before second lockdown, i was at the studio. i know it was coming, still i had to prepare myself to the unexpected. i had a lot of wood leftovers, i was mad about the situation, and i thought i have to turn it up. So i started small sketches about an idea combining reductive art, color theory and mapping. Therefore, i designed a pattern, 2 circles interlocking. reffering to the situation of course and also thinking of sacred geometry drawings. then i started to create(without knowing) a database of my lockdown. I saved readings, news articles, portraits, everything close or far that affected me in a way or another. During this lockdown, there was a lot of frustration and anger growing in Israel(for reasons), there was also BLM (still here), there was closed ones having physical or mental issues, there was demonstrations globally all around the world. That being said, it was hard to scale importance of each every day. so i thought, let's create a color scheme for moments. as if we were looking as a color profile of a picture, i tried to put aside my own affect, and create something distant but getting closer. In my work, as you may have noticed i enjoy using geometry because its the best tool to mesure difference, impact, and facts. I just had finished various works about squares, started some studies about circles, i thought its time to develop it and think to involove time impact and challenge technique. there is never only one way of reading an artwork. To create depth, you need to level up your intentions, and process. Once I had all that in mind and also organized, i was able to work. As a reductive Artist, i organized a home studio that was 1 meter on 1 meter and a half. i wanted to immerge myself in the process fully. i try to report to my scale all rules that i apply to my work. The first 2 works, i was thinking of time management, and over flowing of content in all platforms I was visiting. in other words, we have been submerged by notifications,messages, pictures, stories, news articles and decor to handle the "time in". For someone visual, working in color field, i have to say that it was overwhelming and disappointing. i am always curious and surprised to discover the amount of things or intimacy people are ready to share for attention. well there was a lot. So i had to reset my mindset, and create a personal escape. This is more or less how i usually work. create an artefact to handle a cluster fuck. portion time, divide priorities, list things, create automatism, rules and then circle around it. also according to rules of lockdown, we were only allowed to move in 1 km radius around. I thought the concept of radius was very intersting. If you think about Earth, and planet navigation, you may see in a more interesting way. they all move on radius, not all the same distance, and not in the same directions. Litlle by little, i was finding bridges between circles, lines, and what was happening out. light and space were always on my mind. Each cycle of whatever event bring rythm, and then you can apply this system and generate a painting. Of course, there were some events i wish i never had to create about. it's not about being sad or happy, i never wish to give room for racism or any discrimination. Once i had my mind set up properly, i went back to reductive Art purism. the pattern becomes a surface. i had to think about the different color theories and my own color perception and balance everything to make appropriate choices. i think you can never be to generous with colors, but you can be over using your skills. At the same period, i was also studying some NASA maps about climate, and different locations. As you may have read, we are doing wrong. we are over consuming, we have many issues in terms of sustainability and mostly we are damaging Earth. According to NASA, where you can find a lot of ressources,maps, and sattelite pictures, the colors of certain maps changed because of lockdown sequels, some new colors appeared, and some disappearing. For exemple the light blue on this painting, in temperatures evolution, this is high cold weather. Because of climate change, this scale of temperature is disappearing. we did that. Sometimes it's good to be basic. so i decided to have 1 major color and 2 minors. the idea was to apply same gesture on a bigger/smaller scale for each color until reaching major. This is also someting i have noticed during this lockdown. some kind of trinity of communication. As if people always need confirmation of a fact or a second opinion on things. It's always funny to observe your surrounding as some distant narration and make it abstract. Then i was in the dark place. It happened to all of us. some are still there and some will never come back. it's never pleasant when you have to manage your own emotional bucket. During this period, i think like everyone I reached the godwin point of all my feeling together. Still according, to the different rules, process, i was able to translate it, more or less. Healing. after the first ones, i received and talked with many artists, friends, random people about their perspective, their way of copping with it, and their connection with my Art. Obviously, a bottle of Kool aid cannot fix the situation, neither my paintings. For many people, Art was their relief during lockdown. Whether doing Art, whether supporting artist, whether buying, whether discovering. that made me happy. i was happy to notice a lot of solidarity and support between artists, designers, craft, wood workers, ceramic artists... on a small or big scale, i was happy to see that it has an impact. we have a long road for recovery, but we can make it. Now that i'm back at the studio, I found bigger pieces of wood, looking at it all with a more global vision, i made a new one. i keep on watching maps, observing my surroundings, recording colors, chosing moments. I check on Earth, see the change, record it, and expose it. As an artist I think we all can stand for what we want or believe in our own terms. working on sustainable concept and supporting different communities by different gestures. The process taught me so much about resilience, intentions, and the different tools to reach my goals that I feel the change, and the new perspectives in terms of creativity and system are very satisfying. to be continued.... Earth Spectrum, October 2020, Acrylic and pigments on reclaimed wood. 60X120 cm 23,6 X 47,2 '' #earthspectrum #reductiveart #artprocess #artdurincovid19 #circleart #healing #colorscheme #colortheory #colorfieldpainting #israeliart #mindfullymade #hardedge

    • Art During covid-19

      We are selling our small works which all proceeds go to #covid19emergencyrelieffund Many of us artists have our exhibitions and events postponed or cancelled, even unemployed, but generously donate their works for NYC #firstresponders and #medicalworkers. If you want to donate them through artwork, please contact me moritz.jessica@gmail.com or kayo Albert https://kayoshido.art kayo.albert@gmail.com Anatomy of an artist, fig. 13 Print on paper 11.8x8.25 $30 (includes shipping) Anatomy of an artist Anatomy of an artist is a corpse of work that i started 2 years ago, only using black and white, always refers to an organ over or under performing. as we are all home and i don't have access to all my colors and usual materials, i naturally came back to this work. I decided to only focus on line and shape for approximately a month. Usually, most of my projects are based on colors interactions and figures. This time, I decided that as an Artist, since we are exposed as strange species, I could expose a little dissection with my own vision. As an artist, we all have a different perception of the world, colors, lines, and therefore ourselves. I tried my best to draw as a metaphor of my own experience. Renouncing to colors to find the essence of creativity and show the the lines as a statement. I decided to only focus on lines and shapes in order to not waste any effort to figure out the real subject. we are all made of flesh and bones, maybe some more than others. being an artist makes you always extend the reality to relativity and twist the rules or clichés of just Being. Let it Be. Prints available here Paintings In physic, you learn that light (colors )come from darkness. In painting, you learn that colors create darkness. In real life, we are spoiled by colors, design, marketing to not mind about content. Black has a dark idealism but actually it's the most common one. Drawing is the most basic and primitive way of expression, with or without skills. Most of the time,I work with color and interactions but going back to black is actually the best way I have to crate new color harmony. In this moment of lockdown, we are locked in with ourselves, for the best or worst. Our inner happiness and reflection is inside each and everyone of us. It's not about self care or yoga position. Ask yourself what do i want to say, how and for which purpose. Having an understanding of our pattern of behavior and making the transition easier. Each of us have dreams, visions and fears. That doesn't mean that we are locked in with them. As an artist, we feel the urge to fill the blank, being productive and efficient. Not having venue, exhibition or commission is creating a black hole in our habits. Many artists have been very inspired during pledge in history, it will surely change the way we create, curate and interact with the viewer. Inside we have all this potential locked-or not. The way we interact with the art world today is gonna lift new ways to express and reflect on our unstable conditions of being an artist. Yo @timothycopeman ! Drawing is one of the thing that keeps me going on ! Thanks Tim for sharing music, also spreading Art around and talking about wood techniques and stencils. I take my time and enjoy colors and people on different levels, and I wish you well! Yo! @tmdougherty ! It's always funny how situation can be inspiring. Being home with limited colors and lights made me think a lot about what I was doing and what for. Sometimes you paint for a show, a commission but let's be honest most of the time we paint because we just can4t help it. Now that the situation is completely upside down, I was thinking of you, people (all of you) that enjoy art, and people that I sometimes talk to. We share art, tips, music and sometimes jokes. I have been drawing people since -forever. Sometimes they know, sometimes they don4t. I always try to picture them with kindness and sometimes humor. Lately humor is less in my paintings but i am okay. Colors are slowly coming back. And you people, your colors are blurry and out of lines. Colors| Pattern | People I wish you well. By the way ask Mike about Music, really good playlists -Tight right? Love the version of « lost that lonely feeling" Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood i launched an open call to encourage my community to remain creative and stay home. #homeiswheremyartis I was really happy to discover many talented artists from around the world and discover their process, talk about daily life and being able to share it with my community. visit here Tova Eldad, mixed media Artist, Part of my community Kiryat Hamelacha, had a show started just as we entered the quarantine in Israel. So i contacted her, i proposed to do a small interview and translate it that people could visit, learn more about her works, her process. Her show is called בין הזמנים (bewteen times) and is on view at Tel Aviv Artists House. Read here Dasha Ilyashenko, is a friend also a great community manager, thinker and maker. many times i had conversations with Dasha and i wanted people to understand the keys of successful community management and benefit of social media. As we couldn't organize a meeting and sometimes it's better to read before putting verbs into actions so we did a small interview and give some great tips about social media in the Art field. Read Here Bianca Zaltcovitz and i were supposed to meet but because of quarantine, we had to cancel. Nevertheless, we talked about Art, curation, street art and community and i thought that people would be interested in knowing her better and why not collaborate. Many Artists have no idea of how to deal with their Art after it's done, how to build a portfolio, how to use social media, or publish about their work. So we did an interview and shared some directions that locals and internationals could learn more and have perspectives. Read here Understanding that the Art World is changing, and that usual opportunities and galleries wouldnt not be able to support every one, i started to collect open calls, resources, art blog, podcasts and directions for my fellow artists. On the way i was lucky to be selected to some great initiative and projects and also i met great artists that inspire me. Jan Philip Wolters, painter based in Dusseldorf, Germany. We met via instagram, he proposed to do an artist talk via Instagram Live, it was amazing. His process of composing, , dealing with colors, and all the meanings behind paintings were really interesting. we are going to work on a blog post together about process, painting and hard edge. Meanwhile, you can visit his website: https://www.jpwolters.eu/ and follow him on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jpw.hmn/ As you might have noticed, i enjoy geometry, and colors. Without noticing as i was painting home, i created new color harmony, digged into different spectrum: earth, bitters, and other stories but i lost my walls. Since we were all inside, i didn't want to put reminders of walls while i was painting, taking pictures. so All my paintings were visiting the garden downstairs, some wall paper test i have done before in lino print, or my favorite chair home, as a visitor. #artduringcovid19 #artcorona #supportlocalart #artistsupport #hardedgepainting #israelicontemporaryart #tlvart #telaviv2020 #covid19 #artblog

    • Art During covid-19

      We are selling our small works which all proceeds go to #covid19emergencyrelieffund Many of us artists have our exhibitions and events postponed or cancelled, even unemployed, but generously donate their works for NYC #firstresponders and #medicalworkers. If you want to donate them through artwork, please contact me moritz.jessica@gmail.com or kayo Albert https://kayoshido.art kayo.albert@gmail.com Anatomy of an artist, fig. 13 Print on paper 11.8x8.25 $30 (includes shipping) Anatomy of an artist Anatomy of an artist is a corpse of work that i started 2 years ago, only using black and white, always refers to an organ over or under performing. as we are all home and i don't have access to all my colors and usual materials, i naturally came back to this work. I decided to only focus on line and shape for approximately a month. Usually, most of my projects are based on colors interactions and figures. This time, I decided that as an Artist, since we are exposed as strange species, I could expose a little dissection with my own vision. As an artist, we all have a different perception of the world, colors, lines, and therefore ourselves. I tried my best to draw as a metaphor of my own experience. Renouncing to colors to find the essence of creativity and show the the lines as a statement. I decided to only focus on lines and shapes in order to not waste any effort to figure out the real subject. we are all made of flesh and bones, maybe some more than others. being an artist makes you always extend the reality to relativity and twist the rules or clichés of just Being. Let it Be. Prints available here Paintings In physic, you learn that light (colors )come from darkness. In painting, you learn that colors create darkness. In real life, we are spoiled by colors, design, marketing to not mind about content. Black has a dark idealism but actually it's the most common one. Drawing is the most basic and primitive way of expression, with or without skills. Most of the time,I work with color and interactions but going back to black is actually the best way I have to crate new color harmony. In this moment of lockdown, we are locked in with ourselves, for the best or worst. Our inner happiness and reflection is inside each and everyone of us. It's not about self care or yoga position. Ask yourself what do i want to say, how and for which purpose. Having an understanding of our pattern of behavior and making the transition easier. Each of us have dreams, visions and fears. That doesn't mean that we are locked in with them. As an artist, we feel the urge to fill the blank, being productive and efficient. Not having venue, exhibition or commission is creating a black hole in our habits. Many artists have been very inspired during pledge in history, it will surely change the way we create, curate and interact with the viewer. Inside we have all this potential locked-or not. The way we interact with the art world today is gonna lift new ways to express and reflect on our unstable conditions of being an artist. Yo @timothycopeman ! Drawing is one of the thing that keeps me going on ! Thanks Tim for sharing music, also spreading Art around and talking about wood techniques and stencils. I take my time and enjoy colors and people on different levels, and I wish you well! Yo! @tmdougherty ! It's always funny how situation can be inspiring. Being home with limited colors and lights made me think a lot about what I was doing and what for. Sometimes you paint for a show, a commission but let's be honest most of the time we paint because we just can4t help it. Now that the situation is completely upside down, I was thinking of you, people (all of you) that enjoy art, and people that I sometimes talk to. We share art, tips, music and sometimes jokes. I have been drawing people since -forever. Sometimes they know, sometimes they don4t. I always try to picture them with kindness and sometimes humor. Lately humor is less in my paintings but i am okay. Colors are slowly coming back. And you people, your colors are blurry and out of lines. Colors| Pattern | People I wish you well. By the way ask Mike about Music, really good playlists -Tight right? Love the version of « lost that lonely feeling" Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood i launched an open call to encourage my community to remain creative and stay home. #homeiswheremyartis I was really happy to discover many talented artists from around the world and discover their process, talk about daily life and being able to share it with my community. visit here Tova Eldad, mixed media Artist, Part of my community Kiryat Hamelacha, had a show started just as we entered the quarantine in Israel. So i contacted her, i proposed to do a small interview and translate it that people could visit, learn more about her works, her process. Her show is called בין הזמנים (bewteen times) and is on view at Tel Aviv Artists House. Read here Dasha Ilyashenko, is a friend also a great community manager, thinker and maker. many times i had conversations with Dasha and i wanted people to understand the keys of successful community management and benefit of social media. As we couldn't organize a meeting and sometimes it's better to read before putting verbs into actions so we did a small interview and give some great tips about social media in the Art field. Read Here Bianca Zaltcovitz and i were supposed to meet but because of quarantine, we had to cancel. Nevertheless, we talked about Art, curation, street art and community and i thought that people would be interested in knowing her better and why not collaborate. Many Artists have no idea of how to deal with their Art after it's done, how to build a portfolio, how to use social media, or publish about their work. So we did an interview and shared some directions that locals and internationals could learn more and have perspectives. Read here Understanding that the Art World is changing, and that usual opportunities and galleries wouldnt not be able to support every one, i started to collect open calls, resources, art blog, podcasts and directions for my fellow artists. On the way i was lucky to be selected to some great initiative and projects and also i met great artists that inspire me. Jan Philip Wolters, painter based in Dusseldorf, Germany. We met via instagram, he proposed to do an artist talk via Instagram Live, it was amazing. His process of composing, , dealing with colors, and all the meanings behind paintings were really interesting. we are going to work on a blog post together about process, painting and hard edge. Meanwhile, you can visit his website: https://www.jpwolters.eu/ and follow him on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jpw.hmn/ As you might have noticed, i enjoy geometry, and colors. Without noticing as i was painting home, i created new color harmony, digged into different spectrum: earth, bitters, and other stories but i lost my walls. Since we were all inside, i didn't want to put reminders of walls while i was painting, taking pictures. so All my paintings were visiting the garden downstairs, some wall paper test i have done before in lino print, or my favorite chair home, as a visitor. #artduringcovid19 #artcorona #supportlocalart #artistsupport #hardedgepainting #israelicontemporaryart #tlvart #telaviv2020 #covid19 #artblog

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    • Jessica Moritz ⎜hard edge painting ⎜Mindscape⎜Tel Aviv

      2020 Paintings Hello! the works are organized chronologically, and regularly updated. The last months i have been practicing home due to lockdowns, and focusing on color theories, study of light and sustainable Art. i am proud to present works only made of leftover wood, paper, or found materials. also i have been starting to create digital art that is available on prints and other materials. you can start collecting my work according to your taste and budget. wear a mask, and stay colorful! ​ אמנות ישראלית הישר מסטודיו האמן התחדשו ביצירות אמנות מקורית של טובי האמנים הישראלים! חיפוש על פי סוג העבודה ציורים ורישומים למכירה יצירות מקוריות של אמנים ישראליים עכשווים ציורים בבית מפיחים בו תחושה מיוחדת ואישית, בין אם בחרתם בנוף הרי יהודה או בדיוקן אישה. בחירת ציורים אשר יהדהדו בליבכם דורשת התייחסות למספר קטגוריות, אותן פרשנו עבורכם באוסף עשיר של אמנות ישראלית איכותית. אצלינו בגלריה של גיסיקה מוריץ תוכלו למצוא מגוון ציורים ממיטב האמנים הישראלים אשר חולקים איתכם את יצירתם. הציורים מאוגדים תחת סגננות שונים כמו אבסטרקט, ציורים פיגורטיבים, ציורי נוף ופרחים, דיוקנאות ועוד. בהתייחסותכם לסגנון הציור עליכם גם לשים לב לחומרים השונים והטכניקות המגוונות כמו ציורים בצבעי שמן או צבעי מים, עץ או בד, חריטה ועוד. לכל אלה השפעה משמעותית על האוירה אותה תרצו ליצור כשאתם ניגשים לבחור את הציור שמרגש אתכם. During the second lockdown, i was more prepared, and did some cutout from my found materials, sketches. i was thinking of impossible geometry, space limits, utopia of reality. I had to balance the current state of mind and create a concrete non sense, a visual that would be a good statement of what was happening. i call them mindscape (mind-escape), using impossible geometry, color theory and fonts variations. Acrylic and pigments on reclaimed MDF, hand cut Second lockdown, Tel Aviv, Israel Earth Spectrum ​ Part of my process is about metrics regarding climate change. I often look up to maps, facts regarding temperature and evolution. Lately, the temperatures went higher and are causing damages today and forever. According to these studies, I develop color palette that represents temperatures, lands, or width of damage or proofs of the climate and nature observation. At the same time, I try to balance the composition to bring some healing and kindness into the painting, for me and for the viewer. I hope that observing this painting can bring awareness to this subject for us. Also, I only use materials found in the streets or leftover to build artwork that also intends to be sustainable. ​ Acrylic and pigments on reclaimed wood panel, 60 X120 cm// 23,6X47'' work available on Saatchi Squares reflections coming back at the studio, after second lockdown, going back to basics, square study and color theory. ​ the circles série acrylic and pigments on reclaimed poly wood 15x30 (5,9x11,8”) Tel Aviv, 2020 ​ All of this series was made during second lockdown. I set up a table at home to create room for creativity and mindufllness. I was observing light and time influence. I started painting not knowing when we would be able to got out again. the process is about reducing the same gesture, over and over, until there was no action required. Learn more about the process Start collecting Aurora acrylic and pigments on reclaimed poly wood 31X31X5 (12X12X2") Tel Aviv, 2020 Another square, wall sculpture Structure based on Golden Ratio (Fibonacci) and colors on RGB spectrum. acrylic and pigments on reclaimed poly wood 31X31X(8-13-21)cm (12X12X(3,1x5,1,8,2") Tel Aviv,2020 Still Structure based on one painting from the square collection ( 2 different pieces) acrylic and pigments on reclaimed poly wood 30 X 20 X 7cm (11,8 X 7,8 X 2,7 ") Tel Aviv, 2020 Sunset distraction acrylic and pigments on paper,46x61cm (18X24") Tel Aviv, 2020 ​ Collect Prints Colors different proposal on color theory and halation acrylic and pigments on paper 20X20cm (7,8 x7,8") Tel Aviv, 2020 Comfort Zone Wall Sculpture acrylic and pigments on reclaimed poly wood 31 X 31 X 5,2cm (12,2x 12,2 x 2 ") Tel Aviv, 2020 Palette palette project experimental project acrylic and pigments on reclaimed wood palette Tel Aviv, 2020 ​ During covid-19, I made some changes in my practice, and materials. After observing climate changing, nature disasters, fires, and maps evolutions, i realized that as an artist, i can and should make a difference. most of my works are now made according to materials i find, using leftovers, woods, paper cuts, objects. i build new shapes or let their natural shapes and overpaint on it. ​ I applied different studies about colors and climate evolution on it. refering to the climate emergency that we need to face and try to be as sustainable as i can. During the first lockdown, i had to find a way to escape, to let my imagination find some colors that would comfort me in a way and bring from the outside in. so i worked on sketches, impossible geometry, color harmonies and build a new language in my work. I created a utopia to handle reality, crossing lines, color block, gradient, some elements existing in nature that i translated in basic elements in my environment. little by little i also introduce fonts; typography hints of my own language. ​ first lockdown, Tel Aviv, Israel 2020 acrylic and pigments on canvas,20X20 The square study 2020 i build a site specific installation of 46 paintings based on the same color palette. all paintings can combine and work with each other and reveal new sides and color interactions. i wanted to combine colors and try different colors theories, engaging with surface, proportions, geometric and optical illusion. ​ Colors and expectations, i combined primary, secondary, halation and opposite colors but kept proportions tights. i wanted colors to give new values to each other and also reveal new interactions with the viewer. The square collection acrylic and pigments on canvas, 20X20, 46 painting Tel Aviv, 2020 gallery view, Tiny Tiny Gallery, Tel Aviv curated by Murielle Cohen ​ Grass is green, dyptic acrylic and pigments on canvas, 25X35cm (9,8x13,7") Tel Aviv, 2020 ​ You can also explore more of my paintings, i use to be more figurative and mix drawings and paintings in my work. i switched from semi figurative painting to abstract circa 2018. ​ untitled, dyptic acrylic and pigments on canvas, 24X30cm X2 (9,4x11,8") Tel Aviv, 2020 ​ Archives Collect

    • Jessica Moritz | About | israeli art | ג׳סיקה מוריץ

      About Jessica moritz French-Israeli artist, lives and works in Tel Aviv. Graduated from the fine arts of Paris (ENSBA),LVMH young artist award 2006, TAKASAGO prize 2008. Her work mainly focus on interactions with colors, figures and patterns.She explores different media: painting, drawing, printing, wheat paste, graffiti, installation and sculpture. she developed different system of surface, color and pattern interacting with architecture and the viewer. her work aims to create new edges and forms that can be displayed in any shapes, sizes (maximalism). Most of the time, the viewer is included in the conception of each piece, and invited to participate. ​ Each media allowed me to establish new relations with colors, space an people. She creates new values for each of them and also establish new relations and pursuit new theories about colors. The basic idea is simple: create Artwork and expect interactions with the 3 major elements (color, people, space). ​ Collect Resume Upcoming V IMARP - Mostra Internacional de Dança - Imagens em Movimento, December 7th to 12th, São Paulo, Brasil ALC Video Art Festival part of the collection "Cigarreras" listed and curated by ACOA (Contemporary artists from Alicante) ​ ​ 2020 , Stuttgart, Germany IDKF 2020 , Online Performance Art Festival OPAF20 MUSE, collective show online, Toula Gallery Simulacrum at , Berlin WerkStadt Virtual Festival Cock and Bull 10 curated by Aliki Chiotaki Dance Days Chania , Walk Lab2pt DRIFTING BODIES / FLUENT SPACES , online pop up exhibition, Inside out, 2020 piXel #homeiswheremyartis, Curator curated by Philippa Wall, Luke Jones and Faye Golley WHEN TWO BECOME ONE, LOOSE THREADS 'In 24 hours' | SCOTLAND, curated by Ayshia Taskin and [SHIFT:ibpcpa] THE WALL SPACE ayshia.co.uk Screening Inside out, Collaboration with Diana Schuemann : , Rio, Brasil Site specific installation at , Tel Aviv A Fronteira- mostra de videoarte Tiny Tiny Gallery Collaboration with Diana Schuemann -inside Out Mural Project ‘Make Love Great Again’, Tel Aviv central Bus Station ​ 2019 תערוכה קבוצתית Reality and More - מציאות רבודה AR, ו-3D. at Michaelson Gallery Group show Studio 89, Beautiful Result, illustration Week , TLV Collective Show La culture, illustration week TLV, Object Spirit Sputnik Bar Collab with Shul Leshem for קלעייבן לייזר // Sputnik /// Keren Laser x Klyben Group show Studio 89, Beautiful Result, illustration Week , TLV Collective Show La culture, illustration week TLV, Object Spirit launching A5 magazine in collaboration with Gelada collective show, gallery mercazit, Tel Aviv, curated by Doron Furman , תערוכה התחזות​ Live Spectrum,window display, Ramat Aviv Mall for Eurovision 2019 , collective show reuniting 90 artists in Tel Aviv curated by Yaara Sachs Pop up museum TLV Co-organizer of Open studios Kiryat Hamelacha ​ Curator of The Doors Project, Kiryat Hamelacha,TLV ​ 2018 Founder of Kiryat hamelacha Project Selected artist Fabric with Ello Illustration Week TLV 2018, La culture at Mazeh 9 with uncoated magazine, Gelada, and Hawaijj Open studios אוהבים לאומנות Tel Aviv (19-20 october) Collab with sheshbesh pattern ShinShin Studio DLDTLV installation, collab with Livinglights and Shinshin studio Tel aviv The Kids next door, installation wheat paste, Tel aviv ILTV interview with Emanuelle Kadosh,Israel in style Eclectic, Collective show with Fair fair Tel aviv at cuckoo’s nest , New York Con Arts Residency collective show She/Her/them Con Arts Gallery collective show at green point Gallery, New York Collective Show at Con Arts residency, Spring Residency Collective Show at Con Arts residency, Back from The Dead Cold Bench residency Collective show at cuckoo’s nest Tel Aviv Collective show Women’s World, Tel Aviv Treasure Hunt Tel Aviv 2018 ​ 2017 Florentine Hub group show Group Show in Paris ​ 2010 Tetragone Gallery Visual content designer on different project for brands, websites, flyers, blogs (l’Acropole, we love new york, ...) Free lance graphist 2010 Visual Project with Takasago​ 2009 Graduated from the Fine Arts of Paris (DNSAP) Takasago Award 2009 for a video “Elle” (She), After a trip to Japan, getting inspired from the culture, habits a new way to approach people, it was necessary to extract the essence of this exchange. Senses ere not enough, getting closer became a necessity to get to know him. Open Studios Ensba, Les chutes (the fall), The corridor and Gallery project with the video “Elle” 2008 Workshop in Japan with Takasago Voyage au Japon, call for project Contribution to festival of Mons en Bareuil with video « the swan never dies » Contribution to festival Shoot off, espace Canopy, Paris avec the « Music Box » et « Broken Heart » ​ 2007 Workshop « Danse et Arts plastiques » with Daniel Dobbels Collective groupshow “ l’appartement” at the Fine arts of paris with Thomas Golsenne ​ 2006 Graduated from the Fine Arts of Paris (DNAP) Young artist award LVMH with Waltz n°2 Exhibition at the Pont Neuf gallery, Paris Vidéo art et Collaboration avec Constance Dejong au Hunter college de New York 2005 Collective Performance at the open studios of The Hunter college, New York with “ The White cube experience” Wall Project at The Institut Franco-britannique Campus Faculty of Paris Student Exchange program at the Hunter college of New York, BFA program 2004 Contribution to a workshop project with Lefranc Bourgeois, DVD: « l’eau et la couleur with « le programme de la Seine with 2 videos « Bouge » & « Canal » ​ publications 2020 ​ Artist in the spotlight, , curated by David Sprenger Hardedger Chief Curator's favorite works this week, including art by Francisco Palomares, Marcella Casu, and Ruth Mulvie on curated by , Chief Curator and VP, Art Advisory Saatchi Rebecca Wilson Top 10 artist to watch, surreal Art by Almost real Thing The Dance Performances That Have Gone Online by Jennifer Stahl on Pointe Magazine The Dance Performances That Have Gone Online by Jennifer Stahl on Dance Magazine Aotearotica Volume Seven (sold out) Aotearotica Kiryat Hamelacha Make Love Great Again, CandyFloss ​ 2019 Average Arts Wotisart Ramona magazine A5 magazine Verified Fearless 2018 Kluid magazine Art post magazine Emerging Female artist Gendertuck magazine Cool girls collective Le Bateau Magazine Almost real things Bush Fanzine Contact Studio: 3 shvil Hatnufa, Tel Aviv, Israel Kiryat Hamelacha : Call +972 50 2998 176 Contact: moritz.jessica@gmail.com ​ thank you, i'll come back to you Asap Send

    • Jessica Moritz ⎜street art ⎜The Kids next door⎜Tel Aviv

      The Kids Next door It’s all about community and how we connect to each other. In my studio area, there are many other studios, artists, people working, crafters, woodworkers, small business, and sometimes families. now that i’ve been there a while, i’ve noticed children laughing, playing, all colors mixing, interactions with each other. (my work is mainly focus on color and pattern interactions) so i decided to make the environment look more like them, and reflect the energy that they were giving to the space. i started by painting 34 wheat pastes of kids on swings based on RGB color palette, and interactions. The installations of all of them took me 2 nights. then i thought, all of them by the end of summer will be gone. let’s do a witness of this project to keep in mind this intention. so i did two paintings that were reflecting this idea but also could interact with people with the light. wheatpaste installation Acrylic painting on paper, Kiryat Hamelacha 2018, Tel Aviv, Israel

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