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Portrait taken by Michael Loulou
Yaron Meyer, a skilled glass artist, draws his inspiration from the intricate tapestry of nature and the dynamics that define human interactions within its sphere. Yaron finds tangible expression through his glass sculptures and installations. These creations serve as a manifestation of his profound inspiration, pushing the boundaries of context, scale, colour, and functionality.
Yaron Meyer (b. 1991) lives and works between Tel Aviv and London. Yaron holds a BFA from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design and a BA in Ceramics and Glass from the Royal College of Art. Recent solo exhibitions include Fragile and Unpolished, Marie Gallery, Jerusalem (2018) and Intensified Nature, Onion Garden, London (2023). Recent group exhibitions include Noise, Marie Gallery, Jerusalem (2018); Stuff Exhibition, Pilchuck Glass School, Pilchuck (2019); Nature Inspirations, Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem (2021); Quarantine Creations, Jerusalem Biennale, Jerusalem (2021); Preface, Pump House Gallery, London (2022); Art In Match Box, Venice Biennale, Venice (2022); Vogue 5, Bommer Gallery, London (2022) and Enchanted Garden, Belgium (2023). Public installations include work at the Israel Aquarium, Amana House (Israel), The President's House (Israel) and Bird Street (Israel). Yaron will be exhibiting at the International Glass Biennale in Bulgaria this year.
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