Born in Batumi, Georgia
Lives in Tel Aviv, Israel
Avraham Kan has exhibited in Israel, as well as Europe. His work is owned by collectors in Israel, France, and the U.S.
Legendary Israeli artists M. Kadishman (in blessed memory) and M. Pichhadze (in blessed memory) have his work in their personal collections.
Working predominantly in painting his works are characterized by comic-style scenes full of happenings, characters, sights, and places, and by humor and satire.
virtuously skips between his childhood in Georgia and his life in Tel Aviv. with a fertile imagination and a rare sense of harmonious shapes and colors. This special combination of imagination, the ability to organize complex shapes and situations, and precise color matching give his paintings a magical and unique poetic atmosphere. Kahn has a great talent for telling us a story with seemingly simple means, with the help of shapes and colors that he unfolds before our eyes.
2011 Shorashim Academy of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
2012 “Inside And Out”, Bernard Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
2014 “The Threads”, Maironis Museum, Kaunas, Lithuania
2014 “Familiar Melody”, Avilys, Kaunas, Lithuania
2014 “Brotherhood”, Zadik Gallery, Jaffa, Israel
2015 “Urban Jungle”, Bernard Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
2016 “Dreams” The National Art Museum, Batumi, Georgia
2017 “Tales for Teo”, GINA gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
2011 “First Overlap”, First International Bank of Israel, Tel Aviv
2012 “Naןve Art of Israel”, GINA Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
2012 “The 5th International Naןf Art Festival”, Galeria Szyb Wilson, Katowice, Poland
2012 “Naןve Art of Israel”, Berlin, Germany
2012 “Embracing Naivism”, GINA Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
2014 “The Money”, Zadik Gallery, Jaffa, Israel
2015 “Greetings! O Lovely Land: The Naןve Art of Israel”, GINA Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
2016 “Playgrounds of Our Mind”, GINA Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
Exhibited and sold his work at Montefiore Auction House, Tel Aviv, Israel.
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“Habima Square”Avraham Kan
A tribute to the famous Israeli painter and sculptor Menashe Kadishman and his sculpture “Uprise” that stands at Habima Square. A popular public space located right in the center of Tel Aviv, at the intersection of two of the city’s busiest and most popular streets – Dizengoff Street and Rothschild boulevard.$4,000.00 Read more
“Jaffa View”Avraham Kan $4,000.00 Read more
“Rothschild Boulevard”Avraham Kan $3,000.00 Read more
“Tel Aviv Angels”Avraham Kan $4,000.00 Read more
“Tel Aviv Beach”Avraham Kan $3,000.00 Read more
“The Flea Market”Avraham Kan
A daily walk through the thriving and colorful flea market scene in old Jaffa.$4,000.00 Read more
“Tractor”Avraham Kan $2,500.00 Read more
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