mirrors in mind

Mosh Kashi’s paintings contain spiritual-mystical elements inspired by the tradition of the sublime and by key romantic motifs: a gloomy tangled forest, rising of the moon, and other shimmery, foggy and gloomy sights.


Mosh Kashi: Untitled

Untitled 2000
oil on canvas


Kashi introduces a different concept of sensitivity, a spirit of transcendental poetics that captures the viewer’s attention. He affines his work to romantic modernism: Rothko, Nauman, and their 19th century European ancestors.

Beyond the preoccupation with nature, his work deals with duplicity and the mirror image metaphor.

Source: noga gallery website Tel-Aviv

Image © copyright Mosh Kashi


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