David Gerstein was born in Jerusalem in 1944, to parents who had emigrated from Poland to Israel. Gerstein is an outstanding Israeli artist, internationally renowned for his unique style.
David was the first to work with aluminum cut-outs, he creates colorful, layered images of still-life compositions, urban landscapes and scenes taken from everyday life. His versatile collection of work includes stunning metal wall sculptures formed as multi-layered cut-outs; paintings, sculptures and other objects of art.
Monumental statues by Gerstein adorn cities around the world. He has participated in numerous public art projects as well as decorating the interior and exterior of buildings. His works are displayed at major museums and also in private collections in Israel and abroad.
David Gerstein’s art is characterized by light hearted imagery which conveys a certain irony and humor. The images are beautifully intricate and yet for the artist himself, they remain simple and innocent - a reflection he says, of his childhood in the 1950's.
Hand Painted 3 Layers Cut Out Aluminium, 146x160 cm Singapore
One Layer Spiral Hand Painted Cut Out Steel, 65x35 cm Singapore
Hand Painted 3 Layers Laser Cut Out Aluminium, 180x50 cm Singapore
Cut Out Steel Printed with Silk Screen, 42x43 cm Singapore
Hand Painted 3 Layers Cut Out Steel, 80x80 cm Singapore
Cut Out Steel Printed with Silk Screen, 47x47 cm Singapore
Serigraph on Steel, 45x45 cm Singapore
Hand Painted 3 Layers Cut Out Steel, 60x50 cm Singapore
Hand Painted 3 Layers Cut Out Aluminium, 147x160 cm Singapore
Visual Arts Gallery, Delhi, India
Bruno Gallery, Singapore
Gana Gallery, Busan, Korea
Ermanno Tedeshi Gallery, Milano, Italy
Galerie Nuance et Lumiere, Lyon, France
Tel Aviv's Artist's House, Tel Aviv, Israel
Peter's Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
Givatayim Theatre, Givatayim, Israel
Ulm Galerie de Cannes, Cannes, France
Ambassador Gallery, Palm Beach, U.S.A.
Gallery Regenbogen, Stuttgart, Germany
Ashdod Museum, Ashdod, Israel
Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Aika Brown Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel
Haifa Museum of Contemporary Art, Haifa, Israel
Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan, Israel
Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Horace Richter Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Engel Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel