ofir dor Artist artworks for sale
Artist: ofir dor
Live in: Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Artworks for sale: 73.00
ofir dor Artist Bio:
Born in Israel in 1972. Works in Berlin From 2000 to 2007 he lived and painted in Tel Aviv. During these years he had several solo exhibitions: Pastoral, 2004, at Julie M.Gallery, Tel Aviv; Hangman, Fear and a Lady, 2005, at Sadnaot Haomanim, Tel Aviv. His paintings have been included in numerous group exhibitions, among them This Time Painting, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art (2005, curator Dr. Martin Hentchel, Krefelder Kunstmuseen, Germany); Mixed Emotions, Haifa Museum of Art (2006, Exhibition and Catalogue, curator Tami Katz-Freiman); Wild Exaggeration, Haifa Museum of Art (2009, Exhibition and Catalogue, curator Tami Katz-Freiman). In 2007, after a major solo exhibition at the Helena Rubinstein Pavillion for Contemporary Art of the Tel Aviv Museum, Ofir Dor, Paintings: 2005-2007 (2007, Exhibition and Catalogue, curator Varda Steinlauf) and following an invitation of an International art collector, he moved to Berlin where he was provided with a space for painting and living for two years. Paintings from this period were showed in the exhibition I O I at The Sommer Gallery for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, (2009). In 2009 he travelled to Mexico where he worked for almost a year, in the small town of San Pancho on the Pacific coast in Nayarit. By the end of 2010 he returned to Berlin where he worked until the beginning of 2012. Paintings from this second stay in Berlin were shown in the exhibition OH! at 95, an art space in Berlin (2011) and at the exhibition Mister O and Misses I, Sommer Gallery for Contemporary Art (2011). From 2012 to 2014 he painted in Celil, a small town in Galilee, Israel. A group of large paintings titled Big Girls were painted through these two years, they where painted in the open air with natural light and were shown in the Sommer Conemporary Art Gallerys both at the Tel Aviv Art fair. He is now living and working mostly in Berlin. Works by him are included in major collections, both private and public throughout the world.