Bruno Gallery is proud to announce our participation at Art Stage Singapore 2017
Please visit us at booth C14
About Avner Sher (b.1951) Artist Avner Sher uses his homeland as constant inspiration. He loves to focus on the rich history of the Middle East, alongside its archaeology, ancient scripts and languages. Sher creates his own modern-day hieroglyphics with the help of cork boards mounted on wood, which he scratches, engraves and burns. Dealing with religious themes in his work, he often references biblical figures revered in Christianity and Islam. One of his most notable works is the recent Ten Plagues, which he created on obelisks. The artist and architect relates to the Cobra avante-garde movement and the work of Joan Miro, Paul Klee and Jean Dubuffet.