The Role of Artistic Creativity in the Lives of Israeli Emigres in Los AngelesMain MenuMalka Nediviby Mahsa Gerami and Rachel ElyaszadehAdi Shapiraby Tal Hauser and Victoria PelmanYoella Raziliby James GaoMeital Yaniv: Artistic Expression of Liminalityby Kori Decker and Timna NaimSam FirstenbergCreated by Will Taylor and Müge SolakDan Katzir and Ravit Markusby Ryan Davidson and Jacob LahanaNissim Natiby Joseph Trainer and Sagi YonatyVictoria Pelmanby Joseph Trainer and Sagi YonatyAbout this ExhibitCaroline Luce15876dd2f73462af784ac961ee54f3b5170890ce
Yoella Razili, process
12017-05-13T09:35:12-07:00Caroline Luce15876dd2f73462af784ac961ee54f3b5170890ce2251A piece of scavenged wood being shaped, painted, coated, and made into an art piece. Courtesy of Yoella Razili.plain2017-05-13T09:35:12-07:00Caroline Luce15876dd2f73462af784ac961ee54f3b5170890ce
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Yoella Razili: Resource, Re-purpose, Renew
by James Gao
An Israeli-born minimalist artist, Yoella Razili creates objects that present balance, unity and stillness from her studio located in Los Angeles, California. Razili, having obtained her Master of Fine Arts from Otis College of Art and Design (Los Angeles) in 1981, has since specialized on working with found materials and paint. Her works, heavily influence by the American 1960s-1970s Minimalism and Art Povera movements, provide an alternate take on present-day abstract art. Razili applies concepts of form, texture, color and material into repurposing old items into new art pieces. Follow the path below to learn more about the life and work of Yoella Razili.