The intensity of Harari’s work is self-evident. Drawing inspiration from actual events that took place in the evacuation of Amona, an Israeli settlement in the West Bank, the artist addresses the moment of physical contact in confrontation. This arena is also one of passion, comprised of force, movement and ruin. Realism is torn apart by the abstract, sparing us gruesome details, while still transmitting the tension and anxiety of the scenes at hand. She throws the audience into the peril of the clash – creating an at-once intimate and jarring perspective.


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Now they're all coal, 2011
Oil on plywood
160 x 120 x 3 cm (62.99 x 47.24 x 1.18 in)
Courtesy of the Artist and Inga Gallery

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Neta Harari, Now they’re all coal, 2011, oil on plywood

Neta Harari
Now they're all coal
  • Dimensions
    160 x 120 x 3 cm (62.99 x 47.24 x 1.18 in)