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Hagar Cygler

September 15 to September 22

Exercise #6

“Some old killjoys say that there’s no point in taking a camera on a trip because you can buy better pictures on postcards”

September 8 to September 15

Exercise #5
“Keep a record of every place you go, all the wonderful things you see”


For a couple of days I was not here, I was walking around European cities, driving through green meadows and stopping for a cup of coffee at a small seaside cafe. After another search on the web, I came back to my reality of a burning sun and pandemic restrictions. 

September 1 to September 8

18 August to 31 August

Exercise #3
“Faces up or turned away”

August 4 to August 11

Exercise #2
“Picture fun in your social life”

July 28 to August 4

Exercise #1
“Clouds add dramatic elements to scenics, and correct use of filters brings out the clouds”

Hagar Cygler is a visual artist, based in Tel-Aviv, Israel. In her practice photography is the fundamental starting point, she investigates the connection between photography and fixed visual patterns from cultural contexts, and looks for ways to challenge the traditional views on photography and stretch the limits of the materials to explore new forms of representation. She is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design (BFA, 2006) and the California Institute of the Arts (MFA, 2017). Cygler had solo shows at Pracownia Portretu, Lodz, Poland (2019), Kav 16 gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel (2018), Nolobaz gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel (2018), AJU gallery, Los Angeles, CA (2017). She has published 2 artist books: ‘Hana’ (2014) and ‘Faded but not Forgotten’ (2017).

hagarcygler.com

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