Born in 1974 - Ukraine
Born in 1974, Dimitry Yuzefovich a.k.a Dim Yuz is a Ukrainian artist. He lives and works in Israel.
Painting has been of great importance to him since his childhood. At the age of only 11, he joined the Academy of Arts. In 1991, he immigrated to Israel with his family. He joined the Academy of Visual Arts of Beer Sheva and the famous Arts and design Academy of Bezalel.
The artist is interested by the details of mundane life and does poetically figurative and nostalgic paintings. He mainly paints interior scenes, where there is no human presence. Furniture and ordinary objects against weary and old walls. With his contemporary still-life painting, Dim Yuz questions the spectator about his life, leading him to do some soul searching.
Dim Yuz doesn't do painting exclusively but also creates sculptures, installations and videos. He has received several prizes such as the young Israeli artist prize from the American Culture Foundation. He also received several grants which includes the Sharet Scholarship.
1992 group Exhibition Yad Labanim
1998 Young Immigrant Students Exhibition Gerard Basher Center,Jerusalem.
1999 Young Immigrant Students Exhibition Gerard Basher Center,Jerusalem.
2001 Artic 3 exhibition by the Shared Fund Scholarship winner.
2002 New Faces , Artists house, Tel aviv
2002 Borders of Sculpture, Open Museum, Omer
One Man Exhibitions.
1999 Cultural Center, Omer
2002 On The Way Beer Sheva
2003 Still Life, Mitzpe Hayamim
2008 Ramat Gan Museum
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