Friday, April 12, 2013

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Exhibition in Jerusalem Theater

" There are Many Fish in the Sea "

Clay sculpture in the raku technique. The space in which the sculpted creatures exist
turns us into passing visitors in a magical underwater kingdom.

Curator : Noga Arad Aylon

Location : Israel, Jerusalem
               Jerusalem Theater , Markus st. 30
               Terrace Lobby
              
Link to The Jerusalem Centre for the Performing Arts

Invitation to the exhibition:













Jerusalem Theater












Images of Sculptures from the Exhibition



The Exhibition




 











Friday, April 1, 2011

The exhibition in Tel Aviv Opera

The exhibition displayed in The Israeli Opera - Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center



Invitation to the exhibition "There is a lot of Fish in the Ocean".
About 1000 invitations were distributed before and during the exhibition.


Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center


Opening took place in morning of  01/04/2011.






Many people visited the first day of the exhibition , could also enjoy a good wine and
homemade cookies made by Mrs. Sima Bitton, confectioner from Tel Aviv.






The exhibition 





More than 1500 people visited the exhibition every night



















Sunday, March 27, 2011

From the Press

Channel 10 News, from the evening news report , 24/04/2011




"Shoham Plus" , March 2011




"Even Shoham" , April 2011


"Even Shoham" , January 2012


Tuesday, March 1, 2011

"Human Fish" sculpture in "500 Raku" book



The sculpture that was chosen to be published in "500 Raku" book 


Page : 296
Photo by Ilan Amihai

500 Raku: Bold Explorations of a Dynamic Ceramics Technique (500 Series)



Raku is an ancient ceramics technique enjoying a modern-day renaissance. This groundbreaking new entry in the highly successful 500 series demonstrates the vitality and invention of today's raku ceramics. Objects including cups, plates, bowls, vases, and statuary contribute to this international gallery of work juried by Jim Romberg, one of the leading practitioners and teachers of raku in the world.


Book review by Moshe Mikanovsky 

More information about RAKU from Wikipedia


The book is sold in Israel by "Steimatzky" book stores across the country. 
Sigal has signed the book when it first arrived to Israel , in March 2011.
During that event, many books were sold and one aquarium with two sculptures 
was displayed to the public . 



Tuesday, October 20, 2009

The exhibition "30 percent less"

The exhibition "30 Percent Less " , Shoham Municipality House .



The catalog and the invitation to the exhibition


















 
From the catalog , The sculpture "The universal scale - weight more worth less"


 























Images of the sculpture


























Minister of Industry and Ttrade , Mr. Benjamin Ben-Eleizer (Fuad) visited the exhibition
with deputy minister , Mrs. Orit Noked. 
The tour in the exhibition was guided by Shoham mayor, Mr. Gil Livne .

 

















From the press , Shoham Net 





















From the local TV station broadcast , "Kesher Shoham"