Interview: Yaniv Mizrahi | ITSLIQUID

Interview: Yaniv Mizrahi

Interviews | June 20, 2018 |

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Interview: Yaniv Mizrahi

Luca Curci talks with Yaniv Mizrahi during CONTEMPORARY VENICE – ITSLIQUID International Art Show 2018 at The ROOM Contemporary Art Space.

Yaniv Mizrahi is a 42 years old artist from Israel. He lives in a town called Ness Ziona near Tel Aviv with his family.
He works as a system manager in a software company and in the free time he loves travelling.
He exhibited during The Essence of Monochrome, International Photo Contest in Budapest in 2017 and in Venice in 2018.
Photography for him is a way to express the desire to see things in his unique vision.

 

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Luca Curci – What is the message linked to the artwork you have shown in this exhibition? 

Yaniv Mizrahi – What attracts me is the form created in the encounter or in the collision between two or more elements. The search for a change within the convention.

L.C. – What are you currently working on?

Y. M. – I am a working in a software company called SAPIENS, the company develop software solution for the insurance sector worldwide. I am an infrastructure manger on the UNIX / LINUX systems, backup and storage.

 

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L.C. – Are your artworks focused on a specific theme? 

Y. M.- My artwork is focus most of the time in shadows and light, the Integration and what man creates and what nature creates. I see things that most of the time surrounding people, in the street, in restaurants, in nature,And in every place and environment where people and animals live And I prefer to shoot in black and white because it highlights and presents better what I see.

 

L.C. – How is being an artist nowadays?

Y.M.- Today, in the era of social networking, it is easier to display your art, and on the other hand, every person today owns a camera and therefore there are many more people who exhibit their art, which requires you to be more interesting and creative.

L.C. – What is the most challenging part about creating your artworks?

Y.M.- Not forget the camera.

 

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L.C. – What’s the art tip you usually receive? Do visitors’ suggestions enrich yourself and your art?

Y.M. – To continue to photograph and introduce to the world the way I see things in a way that is unique to me.

L.C. – Do you think It’s LIQUID Group can represent an opportunity for artists?

Y.M.- Yes, the IT’S LIQUID give a great opportunity to every person around the world that is art is interesting.

L.C. – Would you suggest cooperating with us? What do you think about our services?

Y.M.- Yes, I will certainly work with you in the future.

 

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Interview Yaniv MizrahiImage courtesy of the Yaniv Mizrahi

 

Interview Yaniv MizrahiImage courtesy of the Yaniv Mizrahi

 

Interview Yaniv MizrahiImage courtesy of the Yaniv Mizrahi

 

Interview Yaniv MizrahiImage courtesy of the Yaniv Mizrahi

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