Feb
9
to Mar 13

Rich, and Middle Class and Poor

Opening Thursday 9 February at 5pm; 120 Victoria St, Hamilton, New Zealand
Ph +64 7 838 6928

A series of paintings which ask the viewer to look at how people feel about their living conditions and what options are realistically available to ensure society has adequate housing. Yaniv's art draws the viewer in through the use of vibrant colour, then while he has their attention, addresses issues of inequality, housing, poverty and social justice. By Leafa Wilson, Waikato Museum Curator

http://waikatomuseum.co.nz/artspost/exhibitions/coming-soon/view/2145882478/rich-and-middle-class-and-poor

 

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Jan
30
to Feb 1

Raglan Arts Weekend

Head for an inspiring Art and Tasty Food during Auckland Anniversary Weekend at the Raglan Arts Weekend and Little Food Fest: http://raglanartscentre.co.nz/raglan-arts-weekend. Yaniv will exhibit at the Old School Arts Centre on Stewart Street on these three dates. His artwork will also be on sale at the Old School Exhibition and Silent Auction which will be open daily from 16 January to 1 February, 10am-3pm.

Download the Raglan Arts Weekend brochure (Yaniv is artist #27) here.

You can also check out participating artists’ work via www.facebook.com/raglanart.

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Dec
3
5:00pm 5:00pm

AUCTION TO SUPPORT KIDSCAN AT 2015 ATTITUDE AWARDS

Yaniv donated his "Sinking Islands" painting which raised $3000 for KIDSCAN at the 2015 Attitude Awards in Auckland, New Zealand. This was the second time Yaniv donated a painting to raise funds for KIDSCAN - a charity founded in 2005 that supports the education of thousands of disadvantaged New Zealand children a day, in 500 low decile schools nationwide.

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Oct
7
4:30pm 4:30pm

ATTENDED THE 24TH WALLACE ART AWARDS

Yaniv was selected as a finalist in the 24th Wallace Art Awards for his painting from the Rich Middle Class and Poor collection. 

Established by Sir James Wallace 24 years ago, the Annual Wallace Art Awards aim to support, promote and expose New Zealand contemporary art and artists. These are now the longest surviving and largest annual art awards of their kind in New Zealand, with a value amounting to over $195,000.

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