“Goddess Gourd” Wolfstein Sculpture Park. Scripps Memorial 2003 Iron, wood, resin, fiber glass. 19.2 x 3 x 4.3 feet (400 x 90 x 130 cms)
Available - Iron, wood, resin and fiber glass - 91 x 91 x 61 inches (230 x 225 x 155 cms)
“Today, even my roots are portable.” Open Air Museum - Portofino Italy. Permanent collection. 2001 Iron, natural fiber, aluminum and corn. 26/5 x 26.f x 12.5 feet. (800 x 800 x 380 cm)
ITM Institute of Technology and Management. Gwalior, India. “After the Rain” Marble and iron. 10 x 5 x 12 feet (300 x 150 x 360 cm) 2006
Ma’alot Tarshiha, Isreal - 1997 Stone and glass - Three pieces -Public Park - Commissioned by the municipality.
“Quetzalcoatl” Parque Ecologico Huayamilpas Mexico City Painted concrete 19.68 x 3.93 x 9.84 feet ( 600 x 120 x 300 cms )
Mayas Cosmos” Science Museum - Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Mexico City. Iron 82 x 39.37 x 3.28 feet ( 25 x 12 x 1 meters ) 1998
“Golda Meir Plaza” Acapulco Guerrero, Mexico. Resin and fiber glass 19.70 x 13.12 x 13.12 feet ( 600 x 400 x 400 cms )
Commissioned by Partido Revolucionario Institucional ( Government ) 1994
“Sorca I” Rishon Le Zion, Israel Public Park Iron 16.4 x 8.85 x 5.25 feet ( 500 x 270 x 160 cms ) 1991
“Survival” Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park - Skokie Il (Made for 3D Navy Pier Show, Chicago Il) Iron, glass, aluminum 11.5 x 8.85 x 9.85 feet ( 350 x 270 x 300 cms ) 1999
“Sorca” Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores Estado de Mexico Campus Lago de Guadalupe
Copper 11.81 x 9.84 x 3.93 feet ( 360 x 300 x 120 cms) 1999
Park Ha Galil Karmiel, Israel. Public Park.
I casted 60 houses in aluminum. Each house had one number, from one to sixty. This project was to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the State of Israel. I installed the 60 aluminum houses all over the park, on stones, inside the lake, on the ground, on benches, in the restrooms, etc. It is an interactive piece. All the houses appear to the public as a surprise, they are not expected to be encountered. Children play games with all these houses and my intention was exactly that, a project that makes people to look for the next house, and the next one and the next one and so on and on .... 2008
“Shall we eat watermelon ? “ Venice Italy Representing Mexico at OPEN 2002 Iron, PVC, Digital prints Installed in 2003 at the San Diego Jewish Academy This is an interactive piece, where people love to be part of it. They sit down on the benches to eat, to work with lap tops, or just to chat. Children love to go from one side of it to the other one throughout the door and don’t stop playing.
Regional Clinic Jordan Valley, Israel Wood 2006 8.53 x 5.57 x 5.57 feet ( 260 x 170 x 170 cms)
“Family” Goyang, South Korea. Granite and iron. 2006 8.53 x 3.60 x 2.95 feet (260 x 110 x 90cm)
Art / Omi Ghent NY Internship program 1996
“Homage to Camille Claudel” La Bresse, France Wood, stone and iron 1998
“Corazon de Piedra Verde” Fanano, Italy Stone and glass 1993
FIRST PRIZE International Sculpture Symposium Golfo dell’ Assinara, Sardegna Italy 1998
Centre de la Croix du Bois - Voisins le Bretonneux, France 2000 Iron I just got materials that were trash, with them I made a three pieces sculpture, that were connected one with the other. It was like a large installation
Biennale de Beaufort - Louxembour Wood, stone and iron 2000
“Tierra” ABC American Hospital Mexico City 1998
Iron, stone and glass 5.25 x 1.5 x 1.5 feet ( 160 x 45 x 45 cms)
“Conversando de Frente” Art and Culture Museum Modena,
Italy 1994 Iron and glass 8.3 x 3.11 x 3.93 feet ( 245 x 95 x120 cms )
“Susurros entre Cuatro” Eishel Elder House Cuernavaca Morelos, Mexico Glass and Iron 1996 5.3 x 5.3 x 4 feet (160 x 160 x 120 cms)
Private Collection Mexico City Glass and Iron 1998 6.23 x 5.90 x 5.90 feet ( 190 x 180 x 180 cms)
This is only a selection of some of my large scale pieces for you to appreciate. I have others like in the Jewish Sports Center - Mexico City, inBelluno Italy. The Jewish School - Mexico City. The Museo de Arte de las Americas, Washington DC USA. Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center - San Diego CA, USAetc. It’s just impossible to present here in my site all of my works.
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