Bruno Art Group (BAG) was born out of the passion of its founder Motti Abramovitz in 1995, following a 100-year family tradition. Armed with this expertise in the industry we expanded from our roots in Tel Aviv to an international compound of galleries located in Singapore, India, Belgium and the USA. Through our gallery in Singapore, various participations at Art Stage, numerous exhibitions and projects in Asia, such as “Dada on Tour in Singapore” as well as our collaborations in South Korea, Bruno Art Group was able to build an efficient expertise on the South East Asian art market. Leader in presenting Israeli art innovation around the world, Bruno Art Group promotes artists such as Yaacov Agam, David Gerstein and Calman Shemi, mid-career artists such as Ilana Gal, Adriana Naveh and Avner Sher, and younger artists such as Roy Yariv, Eyal Radwinowitz, Lihi Turjeman, Sharon Ya’ari, Ishai Shapira Kalter, Itzik Mevorah.
Bruno Art Group produces and curates site-specific urban art projects such as Yaacov Agam's “The Heart of the Fountainhead” in Taipei.
In 2020, Bruno Art Group will participate at India Art Fair for the sixth time Bruno Art Group was proud to present at India Art Fair 2020 three exhibitions:
• Kinetic Art - exhibiting artworks by the master of Israeli art - Yaacov Agam and artworks by the outstanding Israeli artist - Roy Yariv;
• Colors of the World - artists: Dganit Blechner, Uri Dushy, Charles Fazzino, David Gerstein, Yuval Mahler, Arnaud Nazare Aga, Calman Shemi;
• Young Israeli Contemporary Artists - artists: Itzik Mevorah, Ishai Shapira Kalter, Lihi Turjeman, Sharon Ya'ari.
• KINETIC ART
Yaacov Agam (Hebrew: יעקב אגם ; born 11 May 1928) is an Israeli master artist. Sculptor and experimental artist, Agam is the best known for his contributions to Kinetic Art, which he founded in 1955. Kinetic Art includes the fourth dimension in the work of art. Among his site specific installation, Salon Agam, commissioned by Charles de Gaulle in 1974, is on permanent display at Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Yaacov Agam Museum was opened in 2017 in Rishon LeZion, Israel.
Bruno Art Group is exhibiting at India Art Fair the work “Day and Night” by Yaacov Agam.
The deceptive spaces in Roy Yariv's multi-disciplinarian work serve as a milestone in relation to op art and abstract painting since they seem to exceed the realms of the two and three- dimensional work customary the world of art, and move towards the multi –dimensional. Yariv's conceptual premise is visual art's need to be realized in the general space of existence, enveloping the observer in such a way that he lives inside art, and not just beside it.
Bruno Art Group will exhibit at India Art Fair two of the colorful wall sculptures of Yariv.
• Colors of the World
Optimistic, colorful, breathtaking art from Israel and renowned artists all over the world. The exhibition “Colors of the world” by Bruno Art Group at India Art Fair is meant to bring happiness and joy to the viewer. The artists that will be part of this uplifting exhibition are: Dganit Blechner, Uri Dushy, Charles Fazzino, David Gerstein, Yuval Mahler, Arnaud Nazare Aga, Calman Shemi.
• Young Israeli Contemporary Artists
Bruno Art Group is bringing at India Art Fair works from the most promising young Israeli contemporary artists: Itzik Mevorah, Ishai Shapira Kalter, Lihi Turjeman, Sharon Ya'ari.
These artists present the Israeli culture from the days before the State of Israel was established till today, showing several stages of Israeli culture and history.