Margot Stein Gallery | Bethesda Fine Art

Igael Tumarkin

(Israeli, b. 1933)

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Igael Tumarkin

Untitled, 1965–1969

Price on Request

Biography

Timeline

1933
Born October 23, in Dresden, Germany
1935
Emigrated to Palestine, Israel
1951 - 1953
Military service in the Israeli Army
1954
Worked in the studio of sculptor Rudi Lehmann
1955 - 1957
Worked as an assistant to the designer Karl von Appen
1955
Moved to Berlin, Germany, and joined Bertolt Brecht's Berliner Ensemble as a set designer and produced his first iron sculptures
1961
Moved back to Israel
1963
First Prize for Memoria of "Choulikat"
1966 - 1967
Trips to Europe, USA, Africa, and Australia
1968
Sandberg Prize, Israel Museum, Jerusalem
First Prize for Memorial to Sailors, haifa

Exhibitions

2009
"Igael Tumarkin: 50 years of Mastery," Sissman Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel (solo)
2007
"Out, Still & Kicking," Givon Art Gallery Ltd., Tel Aviv, Israel
2000
"Israeli Contemporary Art Print Exhibition," Sungkok Art Museum, Seoul, Korea
1999
The Isreal Museum, Jeruselem, Israel (solo)
1994
"Igael Tumarkin," The Hakone Open-Air Museum, Hakone, Japan (solo)
1992
"Tumarkin: Pesalim, 1957-1992," Muze'on Tel Aviv le-omanut, Tel Aviv, Israel (solo)
1985
"Tumarkin"Sara Gilat Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel (solo)
1983
Kunstverein Springhornhof, Neuenkirchen, Germany (solo)
1980
"Igael Tumarkin, Skupturen, Zeichnungen, Grafik," Das Museum, Marl, Germany (solo)
1978
"Earth, Five Variations on a Theme: I. Tumarkin," The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel (solo)