As a painter and a sculptor, an excellent draftsman and a designer, David Gerstein seeks to expand the limits of two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional sculptures. In his choice of subject matter, he breaks down the existing barriers between the work of art and its audience by creating enchanted and straightforward images, which render, at times, intimate, dream-like scenes and at other times, cinemascope-like, large scale, choreographed events. His easily recognizable artistic colorful syntax have developed gradually, reflecting a search for a distinct voice, which ranges from the local to the universal and echoes several levels of representation simultaneously.
Gideon Ofrat is a world-renowned art historian, curator, and professor of philosophy and aesthetics. He has organized exhibitions around the world, including the groundbreaking 1993 and 1995 Israeli Pavilion exhibitions at the Venice Biennale. Irena Gordon writes and lectures about art and curatorship. She is the curator of the Jerusalem Print Workshop since 2000, curator of Dwek Gallery, Mishkenot Sha’ananim, and freelance curator at public spaces, alternative venues and commercial galleries.