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The comparably low cost of living and Berlin, Germany’s relaxed atmosphere bring more and more Israelis to the city, with an estimated 10,000 living here. Israeli artists find the cultural life in Berlin, with its great artistic scene, especially attractive, so discover 5 up-and-coming Israeli designers and artists here we think you should know about.
Amir Fattal was born 1978 in Tel Aviv. From 2003-2009 he studied fine arts in Berlin. He was able to leverage his studies into a Scholarship Exchange Program in Chicago in 2005. He has had several solo exhibitions, as well as group exhibitions at many different locations, including Germany, the UK, Israel, Spain and the USA.
His pieces include video installations, 3D-printings, as well as works combining different fabrics and materials.
Alona Harpaz was born in 1971 in Tel Aviv. Already at school she was interested in fine arts. She went to a high school in Tel Aviv with a focus on photography from 1985 to 1989. Following this, she graduated in 1993 from The Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, after which she decided to study at the international center of Photography in New York for three years. Finally, the artists went back to Israel, where she finished her studies at The Art Teacher’s Training College, Ramat Hasharon.
Currently Alona Harpaz lives and creates art in Berlin. Inspired by her surrounding, she takes the moment as it is. In an interview she explained: ‘I just have to open my eyes, and it’s here’.