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Bruno Art Group, with galleries and offices in Israel, Singapore, Belgium, India, South Korea and the USA, provides quality Israeli and international artwork by renowned masters and contemporary artists. Showcasing rare artwork and exciting opportunities for collectors.
Bruno Art Group's roots stem back over a century to Marco (Mordechai) Abramovitz’s gallery and framing atelier in Europe. Marco’s son Bruno immigrated to Israel in 1960, forming Bruno Gallery in Tel Aviv in 1964. He was one of the very first to promote art in the young state, and by the end of the 20th century, Bruno Gallery was one of Israel’s leading art galleries. Today, Bruno Art Group (BAG) is managed by Motti (Mordechai) Abramovitz, one of Bruno’s two sons. During the last 20 years Motti has focused on taking Israeli art worldwide - taking his grandfather's dream and expanding on it, making BAG international. BAG manages public art commissions, such as Yaacov Agam's “The Heart of the Fountainhead” in Taiwan and most recently Charles Fazzino's “Busan Meets the Big Apple" in Korea.
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