Lot #21397

Self Portrait – a Triptych By Ziv Lentsner

estimate: $1700 - $1900

starting price: $900

closing price: $900

Description: Signed on lower left corner of each part
technique: Oil on canvas
description: Signed on lower left corner of each part
Dimension: 100 x 50 cm each part
condition: Good
notes: Lenzner presents three works which make up a triptych. He paints a self-portrait, a dark and complicated identity which interacts with past genres in Art History. The triptych is presented in two parts: the lower part of the work shows a self-portrait of the artist while the upper part tells the story of Don Quixote in kind of running motion picture as in early cinema. The story of Don Quixote is presented in a style similar to paper-cuts and is a duplication of the self-portrait which the artist presents in the bottom half of his paintings. In his work Lenzner is showing to the viewer his inner contemplation – the dark side of the moon – and through this triptych, Lenzner allows us to peek into the intimate shadows of his inner thoughts.
biography

Ziv Lentsner (1974-), Painter. Born in Israel in 1974. Studies: 1999-2: Bet Berel Art Institute; 1993-1995: A .Avni Art institute, Tel Aviv; Art Teaching, The College for Plastic Art Instructors. 26: Israel Museum of Art, Jerusalem, department of education, art instructor. 24- 25 DPSI concept artist / matte painter, for animation full features. 21-2: E-base head of design department. 21-23: Yarok newspaper columnist/weekly column for art. 1998-1999, Kfar Saba department of education art instructor. 22-23 Sakal group head of design department. 21-23: Ort Singalovsky design institute art instructor. 1993-1995 Arti Studio detail artist. Selected solo exhibitions: 26 Horace Richter Gallery Tel Aviv; 23: Planet A Gallery, Tel Aviv; 22, Sheraton Moriah, Tel Aviv; 1997 Art 3 Gallery, Kfar Saba; 1996 Isac Cohen Gallery, Hod Ashron; Selected group exhibitions: 26, Wiesbaden, Germany; 25 Bait Daniel, Tel Aviv; 1997, Sapir Gallery, Kfar Saba; 1997 A .Avni Art institute, Tel Aviv; 1993 The Bauhaus Festival, Tel Aviv.