When great minds collide amazing things can happen, Specially when some of these minds are passionate artists from different mediums and backgrounds.
This is exactly what “ART Thy Neighbor” mini exhibit is all about.
A simple, refined collection of different Art pieces ranging from different formats such as Canvas, Wood & Paper paintings, Photos and even Skateboard Decks. From the fascinating world of tattooing to the ancient world of classical art mixed with new school madness and delight, “ART Thy Neighbor” has it all, well, not all but defiantly some!!
The Location name is actually called The Neighbor (in Hebrew of course) a really sweet and friendly local Pub so we thought calling the show “Art Thy Neighbor”, Get it?!? Funny right?!? Mind you it’s a small place so you might have to talk to people and squeeze a little here and there but we both know you like it.
A little info about the artists:
* Snir Rozensal (Paintings & Skate decks).
From an early age Snir has shown his love and passion to different types of art and
the magical world of tattooing. Starting his path by opening his studio titled ‘Vision
Tattoos’ in Tel-Aviv and moving on to expand his knowledge and experience by
studying art with Menachem Mizrachi (R.I.P) and Aram Gershuni. Today Snir loves to
jump between the paintbrush and the needle and spends most of his time painting
and doing reconstruction on antique furniture.
* Ronit Rozensal (Paintings & Skate decks).
Ronit’s hunger for different experiences and the arts have been with her since she
can remember. After a long period of self searching Ronit found herself attracted
more and more to the fascinating world of tattooing, there she found her place and
started her journey as a painter and tattoo artist. Today she spends most of her time
developing her style in everything that attracts her heart and expanding her world.
* Tom Melnick (Photography)
Tom’s creativity seems to explode in every field she touches. From Photography and
Paintings to Graphic Design and Tattooing, Tom surfs on a wide range of artistic self
exploration and leaves her marking on every piece she makes. At the age of 7 she
got her first camera from her father who is also an avid in the field. From there she
moves on to study and explore in different schools and assorted establishments.
Today she is studying Visual Communication at Shankar school for Design and
working in assorted fields such as Tattoo artist, Graphic Designer and Photographer
for different events.
* Adida Fallen Angel (Photography, Paintings and Advance Blah).
Starting From the raving streets of Tel-Aviv and running wild around the world,
Adida goes all the way to study Multimedia Productions at the SAE Collage in the
Netherlands. There he finds his passion to the amazing connection between the
Analog and the Digital art world. Since then he continues traveling and painting his
universe while collaborating in a wide verity of art shows and productions in Israel,
Europe and America. The past few years Adida spends in Canada where he invest
most of his time in making music, creating atmospheres and doing street art.
* The expo went from the 26.06.11 till 26.09.11 and was held at Hashachen Bar and Expo space, 192 Ibn Gabirol street, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
Vision Tattoos: (Snir & Ronit Rozensal)
Hashachen Bar and Expo space. השכן
It took me a while until I decided to sit on my ass and upload some of the images of the expo, every time I went to get some shots something popped up and I wasn’t able to get a clear shot, specially with my crazy agenda and lack of gear on the move, still, I wanted to get this online already since it was a great expo! so here are some shots from the buildup, the opening night and some shot of the artworks. Enjoy.