Thursday, May 3, 2007

Tal Yizrael, “Volcano”, Reversal C print, 19x30,2007


Nahid Massoud and Robert Rosenstone

invite you to attend an art exhibition featuring the recent works of

Tal Yizrael


Reception: Saturday, May 5, 2007, 2 - 6 p.m.
Exhibition: May 5 - June 2, 2007 - by appointment

Bubblescapes is a series of unusually evocative altered photographic landscapes. In these works, artist Tal Yizrael creates a world that is seen, literally, through soap bubbles. She achieves a unique and wondrous effect by in the dark room placing bubbles over negatives or slides of images. For her, the darkroom is "a magic palette," the place where she produces a realm of shifting elements that emphasize the fleeing nature of the world. As she says, "I construct my landscapes, manipulate them, and maintain a dynamic dialogue with their ever-changing fragile substance."
Tal Yizrael earned a degree in photography and digital media from Hadassah College in Jerusalem and an MFA at Claremont Graduate University in California. She has exhibited her work in Israel and Taiwan and recently has been in shows at several Southern California venues including the Brand Art Center in Glendale

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