Exhibition "House Without Walls" by Israeli artist Anat Rozenson
From a solo exhibition at the University of Haifa's Art Center to the international gallery ZEMACK's space creations, "home" has been a constant focus for Rozenson. "Home" is the artist's own home, not just "home". Her real home, family and domestic affairs, internal psychological and emotional "home", and the imaginary world of "home", often appear at the same time in the artist's picture, and organically intertwined; The relationship between them is sometimes harmonious, sometimes tense, sometimes conflicted. As the main builder and maintainer of home in reality, Rozenson persistently explores many problems involving "women and home" and even "humanity and home" with painting.
Artist Anat Rozenson，born in Protected content , a painter and lecturer at the Academy of Art. Currently resides in the Golan Heights, Israel. In Protected content , she received her bachelor's degree from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and her master's degree from the University of Haifa. Her works have been widely exhibited in Israel and around the world, including Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, Milan, China, Herzliya and so on.
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