Yankel Ginzberg

“Ginzburg’s creations are unique, both his paintings and sculptures are images superimposed on each other, an intertwining of symbols and shapes, abstract and surrealistic” —writes art critic Elaine Funchess-Jones, “His background images are hazy; middle-ground forms, slightly clearer; and foreground objects, sharp. The designs seem to suggest layers in memory…. The total effect is rather like a colored X-ray of a moment in the mind’s eye…. It is their particular ‘architecture’ or abstract form that is examined, not the things themselves. Ginzburg’s sculptures and his paintings emit an energy of their own, something that has always been true of real art, his works have definitive rhythm, nearly to the point of pulsation.”

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