On April 18, 2020 Tomer Peretz began a new body of work through the Instagram Live platform. World leaders had recently enforced “Safer at Home” policies in order to slow down the rapid spread of COVID-19 also known as coronavirus. Many people felt isolated and became restless because of the order. In an attempt to uplift his community, Peretz invited his followers into his studio (through social media) to join him in his latest artistic challenge. The objective was to have a conversation with his friends (often celebrities) as he painted their portrait onto a 10 foot canvas – all within a 15 Minute timeframe. I was a fun but difficult painting challenge, giving viewers an entertaining visual and unique glimpse into the private lives of his guests. Guests include Tsahi Halevi, Dotstolines, Guy Pines, and Symon of Sirius XM.

Gene Simmons

Signed prints by Gene Simmons and Tomer Peretz limited edition now available!

I like working on large canvas. I like everything to be large in my life…if I’m doing something I’m doing it big. I like contrasts and I like making a statement of my views through my art; it’s my language, and I feel that only through my art I can fully express myself. The pieces are incomplete like me: a constant work in progress, never finished until the day I’m gone.

Mark

‘Double Exposure’ is a multi-layered art installation that’s consists of two separate works, in two different mediums of two different artists.
A Day In A Life – A mixed photography exhibition by Tomer Peretz.
Grandpa’s Tapes – An original music piece by music producer and composer Joseph E-Shine.
The show conveys a journey of two artists documenting different personalities and showing how they capture them through their eyes, leading to an emotional tunnel that reveals the reasons behind the everyday constant creative pulse of oneself.

EShine

Together

Unbreakable is an art exhibition comprised of life-size hand painted artwork and art installations created by the artist and IDF veteran, Tomer Peretz. The work presented in this exhibition was inspired by Tomer’s personal experience, while serving in the Israeli army, and stories of other soldiers and citizens, which Tomer felt should be shared with the world.

Funeral

Karim Rashid