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Eitan Buganim /// The Aristocrat

Eitan Buganim /// The Aristocrat

$2,200.00Price

2016

100X70cm

 

Drawing, graphite and charcoal on paper

Eitan Buganim, Born 1974, Dimona, Israel. Studies for MFA, Film Department, Columbia College Chicago, Illinois, and graduated with excellence at the Fine Art Department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. Won The Minister Prize, Ministry of Culture and sport; Cinema Project, The Rabinovich Foundation; Young Artist Prize, Ministry of Culture and sport; The Video-art and Experimental Cinema Fund; The New Foundation for Cinema and Television. Exhibited at Julie M. Gallery, Tel Aviv; Helena Rubinstein Pavilion, Tel Aviv; Ramat Gan Museum; The Negev Museum of Art, Beer-Sheva; Museum of Bat Yam; Petach-Tikva Museum of Contemporary Art; Nunnery Gallery, London; Circle 1 Gallery, Berlin; Houg-Gah Museum, Taipai; 10th International Istanbul Biennial, Turkey.

 

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