DAVID ARBITMAN Tiberias 2005 - x +
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CN: ArbD2005tibe

MT: Lambda print on paper, mounted on Kapa PlastŪ and glazed within metal frame by Sdralis (56x42 / P:70x56 / F:75x60x4)

TX: inscribed with felt pen at rear upper left in English <DAVID ARBITMAN / 2005 / "TIBERIAS">

DN: Mr. David Arbitman - 2011

LC: Athens Laboratory of Business Administration - ALBA, Classrom Lobby, Level 3

CM: Tiberias is a Roman city on the shores of the Galilee Sea with great history. However, though in the past it had been a very spiritual place, nowadays it is very touristic and noisy. Nevertheless, David Arbitman discovered a spot wherein to find quietness and peace. The composition reveals the shadow the roof of a pergola sheds on strips of granolite in two colors divided by aluminium. This creates a complex geometrical composition. While the ground appears static, from a distance it looks like a piece of landscape wherein clouds move.

[Megakles Rogakos 05/2011]

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