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“Symphony XXI: Black” by Yaacov Agam

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Yaacov Agam is worldwide famous Israeli kinetic artist. His works have been widely exhibited all over the world, including galleries in Paris, Amsterdam, Düsseldorf and New York. Particularly, his color transformations can influence the mood and predetermine emotions. As the author deals with the unique personal perceptions of art, his works obtain different meanings depending on the character of the viewers. As Mark Rothko believed, color evoked emotions and could tap into basic feelings. For Yaacov Agam it is especially important to involve spectators into the art or performance and make them influence the artistic creation. 

“Symphony XXI: Black” by Yaacov Agam

Yaacov Agam has several “Symphony” works on different backgrounds. In “Symphony XXI: Black” he depicts multicolored bright vertical lines, that pass into one another. Although painted in 1992, the painting, probably, refered to the coming unpredictable century. Black is a main color, it creates the sense of depth. As black fills all the space, the artwork can be regarded as a fight of bright emotional tints with the absorbing background. The work is a maze of spots and lines, that quickly capture the attention of spectators.

Toursists can see the works by Yaacov Agam in many significant places. For example, Fountain in Dizengoff Square or Facade of Dan Hotel in Tel-Aviv. Also, he designed the world’s largest Menorah. Installed at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 59th Street in New York City it fills with lights every year during Hanukkah.

Kings Gallery is a leading fine art gallery established in Jerusalem in 1995. With over 20 years of experience, Kings Gallery strives to collect and sell the highest quality historic and contemporary International art. The gallery specializes in artists from the early period of the 1920’s. Also, Kings Gallery features leading up-and-coming young artists who will be prominent names in the next few years.

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