Orit Fuchs from Tel Aviv - new at FRANK FLUEGEL GALERIE

  • KITZBUEHEL, Austria
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  • January 25, 2023

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Orit Fuchs Vivid
Frank Fluegel Galerie

Orit Fuchs, born December 25, 1970 in Holon, Israel, lives and works today in Tel Aviv. She is a storyteller with a deep, pure and insatiable appetite for artistic self-expression. Her medium runs the gamut – sculpture, painting, typography, illustration, knitting, photography and more – whatever is best suited to bring her vision to life.

Having worked as an art director for some of Israel’s leading agencies, Orit Fuchs is intimately familiar with pop culture and gender roles in contemporary society, which serves as a natural backdrop for the unfolding of her imagination. Her understanding of the human psyche and her distinct talent result in moving works that are somewhere between fiction and reality, capturing glimpses from wondrous perspectives.

The central theme in Orit Fuchs’ art is the image of women and the various forms it can take in modern society. Her female characters are imbued with the full spectrum of human emotions and states of mind.

It’s creative journalism that uses a single portrait or illustrated moment to tell entire stories that so many women can identify with.

What’s particularly refreshing about Fuchs’ work is that she doesn’t try to glamorize women or turn them into banal objects of perfection. Instead, she tries to capture their drama, their sass, their inner confidence, their outspoken sex appeal, and their unadulterated charm. In this sense, her VIVID Series paintings are reminiscent of photographs of the elusive female soul. They feel like looking through the eyes of a poet in love, capturing all the spontaneous beauty and magic that flows from these women’s expressions.

Further evidence the unusual approach of Orit Fuchs is her series Short Stories, which depicts faceless women in trivial but wonderfully natural moments. Fuchs puts the viewer in a poetic mood and lets them fill in the blanks themselves. The colors she chooses evoke the emotions each image is meant to capture. This series seems personal and universal at the same time. At first glance it may seem extremely simple, but it is the kind of simplicity that borders on genius.

Orit Fuchs’ oil paintings definitely lean more toward “high”, somewhat trippy art, and that’s the category where Fuchs’ talent feels most eclectic and unpredictable. Nonetheless, they still exhibit her signature vibrancy and contemporary poignancy.

Fuchs’ sculptures are playful, charmingly innocent, and tastefully simple. They include female figures such as Sofia the Swimmer, Miss Kate, and The Capsule, as well as Pinocchio characters and sumo wrestlers who can breathe life into even the most somber surroundings. Whatever the individual figures, they are all whimsical works of art that embody the sense of wonder and joie de vivre that our inner child has retained.

Fuchs has made a name for herself on the international art scene, with highly acclaimed projects and exhibitions in major cities such as Toronto, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Korea, and Taiwan.

Press reviews from Vogue Taiwan to Guardian or Time Out Magazine attest to her resounding international success.

FRANK FLUEGEL GALERIE with locations in Nuremberg and Kitzbuehel has been focused on high quality originals of pop art, street art and contemporary art for over twenty years.
The art collector will find original artworks, prints and unique pieces by Adam Handler, Alex Katz, David Shrigley, Kenny Scharf, Hunt Slonem, Orit Fuchs, Nathan Paddison, Fanny Brodar, Mel Ramos, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol or Julian Opie at realistic prices. But editions and prints by Harland Miller, Katherine Bernhardt, Tom Wesselmann, Sean Scully, Gerhard Richter, Ross Bleckner, Allen Jones, Thomas Ruff, Mel Bochner, David Gerstein, Peter Doig, Jeff Koons, Tracey Emin, Raqib Shaw, Derrick Adams and Robert Longo are also on sale.
Likewise, other hot street art artists represented in the gallery include Mr. Brainwash (Thierry Guetta) , XOOOOX, Punk Me Tender, BAMBI, Fringe Southafrica, Max Mavior and John Crash Matos. 


Of course, the gallery also has design objects for sale by Maurizio Cattelan, Paul Smith, Richard Orlinski or Philippe Starck or Pierre Jeanerette.
Exhibitions are held in regular rotation in the centrally located gallery spaces in Nuremberg and Kitzbuehel. In the online store, collectors can buy the artworks around the clock. International fair participations and solo shows complete the program.
Many of the offered artworks can be bought and taken away by the collector immediately, because they are in stock. Due to high demand, prices of some artists can be expected to rise. Works can rise in price (this development in value is quite desirable for the investor) and old prices can lose their validity.

FRANK FLUEGEL GALLERY
Obere Woerthstrasse 12
90403 Nuremberg/Germany

Josef-Pirchl-Str. 6
6370 Kitzbuehel
AUSTRIA

https://www.frankfluegel.com

Contact:
Frank Fluegel
FRANK FLUEGEL GALERIE Kitzbühel
01728120255
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