Rothschild Fine Art is pleased to present Ido Markus’s first solo exhibition at the Gallery.
More than one hundred small-scale to miniature works, moving between the abstract and the figurative, will comprise a new installation in the gallery space, conducting a varied dialogue with landscape painting and various theories of painting.
The title, “Glitch,” is a term from experimental electronic music that developed in the late 1990s, characterizing a thoughtful, slow style. “Glitch” uses sounds generated as vocal side effects produced from the faulty functioning of digital electronics and electrical equipment.
MarKus’s painting corresponds with this musical genre. His artwork arises from his connection and love for traditional classical painting, while, on the other hand, his local environment, so overloaded and noisy, impacts his creative process.
MarKus (b. 1979) lives and works in Haifa. He graduated with excellence from the Faculty of Art, Beit Berl College of Art (2008), and has studied at the School of Visual Arts, New York City.
Iddo Markus has held one-person exhibitions at galleries including Raw-Art Gallery, Yair-Art Gallery, and Zemack Contemporary Gallery in Tel-Aviv, Israel and as well as in New Delhi India.
also participated in group exhibitions in Haifa contemporary art museum, Ashdod contemporary art museum, Israel and Hong Kong ,the U.S and Europe.