Liora Kaplan, b. 1974, lives and works in Tel Aviv. Kaplan’s work explores the relationship between contemporary pop culture, shamanist and primitivism, in a way that is both a linear path from past to present as well as a meditation of the cyclicality of time and materials. To achieve this, she uses symbols and objects collected throughout her life that, over time, become imbued with subjective meaning. By combining them together, she create new objects and symbolic codes that allow the viewer to transmit their own subjective interpretation into the piece.
Solo exhibitions include Rozin Center (Tel Aviv, 2017) and Ferrate Gallery, (Tel Aviv, 2013). Group exhibitions include Royal Beach (Tel Aviv, 2018), Red House Gallery (Tel Aviv, 2017), Hanut Gallery (Tel Aviv, 2017) ,Beit Mairov Municipal Arts Center (Holon, 2013 and 2016),The Farm Gallery (Holon, 2015), Port Gallery (Jaffa, 2015), Tiroche Auction House (Herzliya, 2014), Rozenfeld Gallery (Tel Aviv, 2014) Lilinblum 23 (Tel Aviv, 2014), Salon 96 (Tel Aviv, 2014), SCOPE Art Fair (Miami, 2013) See.me Gallery (New York, 2013), Vitrina (Tel Aviv, 2013), Florentine 45 Gallery (Tel Aviv, 2012), @Gallery (New York, 2011), ST-ART Residence (Jaffa, 2011), Kishon Gallery (Tel Aviv, 2011), NARS Gallery (New York, 2010), (Mika Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, 2010), LOFT Barcelona (Barcelona, 2010), Russian Academy of Arts (Moscow, 2010), Art Whino Gallery (Washington D.C., 2008), among others. Works by the artist are held in public and private collections including ST-ART (Tel Aviv), Sam Abraham, (New York).