Lot #21443

Two Amazones By Motti Mizrachi

estimate: $7000 - $10000

starting price: $5500

closing price: $5750

Description: Signed and inscribed AP on base
technique: Bronze sculpture set on a wooden pedestal
description: Signed and inscribed AP on base
Dimension: Height: 69 cm
condition: Good, one sword is missing
biography

Motti Mizrachi (1946-), Sculptor. Born in Tel Aviv in 1946. Studies: 1969-73, Bezalel, Jerusalem. Teaching: 198-87 Bezalel; Art Teachers College, Ramat Hasharon; “Camera Obscura”, Tel Aviv. Prizes: 1976 Beatrice Kolliner Prize for a Young Artist, Israel Museum, Jerusalem; 1987 Tel Aviv Museum and Bank Discount Prize for Israeli Artist; America-Israel Cultural Foundation (twice); Sandberg Prize, Israel Museum, Jerusalem; 1997 Ministry of Education and Culture Prize for Encouragement of Creative Art. 22 The Minister of Science, Culture and Sport Prize. Wood Sculptures: In forecourt of Jerusalem Theatre; 1984 “Sunfrost” on roof of Helena Rubinstein Pavilion, Tel Aviv; 1986 “Lament of the Angels” on roof of Discount Bank, Ramat Aviv; 1987 “Panorama”; 1988 “Good Morning Haifa”; 1988 “Pillar, Nuts and Ducks”, Masaryk Square, Tel Aviv; 1991 “Mordoch”, Herzlia; 1992 “Oriental Kiss”, Opera Tower, Tel Aviv; 1993 “Fall of the Muses”, Opera Tower, Tel Aviv; 1998 Raanana Sculpture Park. Presentations: 24 Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv; 24 Chelouche Gallery, Tel Aviv; 24 Hamidrasha Art Gallery, Tel Aviv. Selected Exhibitions: From 1975 many exhibitions held at Israel Museum, Jerusalem; 198 Biennale, Paris; 1987 and 1991 Biennale, Sao Paulo; 1988 Biennale, Venice; 199 Biennale, Ein Hod; 1996 Biennale, Greece.