16 comments

  1. Easymalc · September 13

    Out of the three, I would have to choose Menashe Kadishman. I came across his ‘Fallen Leaves’ in Berlin’s Jewish Museum, and I have to tell you that ‘once you’ve seen it, you won’t forget it.

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · September 13

      Interesting, I too like his work the most. I find it expressive and at the same time a bit surreal…thanks Malc, hope you’ve a lovely start of the week.

      • Easymalc · September 13

        So far so good Francesc thanks 🙂

      • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · September 13

        You’re welcome Malc.

      • Easymalc · September 13

        As a Heads Up Francesc, after tomorrow I’ll be missing until the weekend 🙂

      • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · September 13

        Got it Malc, wishing you a great week and will see you again in the weekend. All the best

  2. Brad Osborne · September 13

    Wonderful post! I enjoyed the works of all three artists!

  3. janetsm · September 13

    Thank you for highlighting the work of many women artists, Francis.

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · September 13

      Yes, Janet, that is very important as women artists have always been left aside or ignored. These Israeli women are great artists and I wanted to feature them as women artists and representatives of the very prominent art movement that exists and has always existed in Israel. Thank you very much Janet and all the best.
      F

  4. swo8 · September 13

    I preferred Tzionz Tager’s work. I’ve been to Israel and her work brought me there as I remember it.
    Leslie

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · September 13

      I am so glad to hear that. I like her work very much as well Leslie, thank you. All the best.

  5. Qué maravilla de artistas! Gracias por este vídeo.

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · September 13

      Cuanto me alegro que te haya gustado y muchĂ­simas gracias, un saludo de Valencia.
      Francesc

  6. azurea20 · September 13

    No conocía a ninguno. Qué ganas de ir a Israel.. Buena tarde.

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