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ORIGAMI HOLOCAUST, 2014,
watercolor on paper, 34x25 cm









DRAIN DAMAGE, 2013,
watercolor on paper, 34x25 cm









KIM'S UNCLE EATEN ALIVE BY DOGS, 2014
watercolor on paper, 34x25 cm








ENTER THE VOID, 2013
watercolor on paper, 56x37 cm








TOTAL RECALL, 2013
water color on paper, 34x25 cm








CREW LOVE CLAN, 2013
acrylic on canvas, 80x60 cm








FLEXIBLE MAN / FERTILE WOMAN, 2013
water color on paper, 68x50 cm








TALKING WITH GODS#6
HD Video loop







LIVESTOCK, 2013,
water color on paper, 56x37 cm







RHINOCEROS, 2013,
water color on paper, 34x25 cm







MACHETE TIMES, 2013,
water color on paper, 56x37 cm







MARRIAGE, 2013,
water color on paper, 56x37 cm







GIRL WITH FAR AWAY EYES, 2013
water color on paper, 34x25 cm







DARK AND DARKER, 2013
water color on paper, 34x25 cm







DIAL M FOR MURDER, 2013
ink on paper, 45x34 cm







TWO GIRLS ONE CAR, 2013
water color on paper, 34x25 cm







TWO GIRLS ONE CHAIR, 2013
water color on paper, 34x25 cm

INDIAN TOAST, 2012,
oil-on-canvas, 270 x 200 cm






GANG-BANG, 2012,
oil on canvas 300 x 210 cm






RED TRAIN TO CAIRO, 2012,
oil on canvas, 300 x 210 cm






GUERILLA WOMAN, 2012,
oil on canvas, 100 x 60 cm






TALKING WITH GODS #5, 2012,
mural, 300 x 95 cm, The Center for Digital Art Holon







TALKING WITH GODS, 2012,
HD video loop







LOOTING, 2012,
HD video

The looting of a convenience store during a missile attack on one of Israel’s major cities is the scenario around which Elad Larom’s Looting revolves. A moving camera follows the journey of two men carrying large bags, with war sirens and missile strikes occasionally heard in the background.

The youngsters seek to loot food during a time of general anarchy and system breakdown, following a wartime catastrophe. A security guard and a cashier try to stop them and fail, as the two move into different aisles, aggressively grabbing foodstuff from the shelves, shoving them into their bags while pushing aside their rivals. The protagonists’ condition is one of survival, but also an ecstatic one; full of horror, but also of the sick pleasure of breaking loose and violating all rules. They seem to be grateful for the ability to follow their desires and sense of anarchy. Focusing on the act of looting, a symbol of chaotic breakdown, and a familiar feature of crisis states and disaster areas—and associating it with the Israeli urban landscape and its familiar consumer products, generates a sense of collapse: a materialization of the ultimate Israeli fear of the existential threat to its survival. The justification of all our fears is finally turned real.








LOCAL CLOUD, 2012,
Painting installation, oil on canvas, different sizes
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DUCK AND COVER, 2011,
oil on canvas, 90x80 cm






MASK BRUTAL, 2011
oil on canvas, 123 x 200 cm






Transition, 2011
oil on canvas, 250x190 cm






Object, 2011
oil on canvas, 58 x 39 cm






GODDESS, 2011
ink jet print, 29 x 41 cm






FOLOWING PIECE, 2011,
HD video loop

*This video is done using the GTA IV video editor.
All copyrights of this video belong to Rockstar games

Editing done by Assaf Bezalel&Elad Larom





CIRCLE, LIGHT, MAGIC, 2011,
oil on canvas, 200 x 148 cm






ENLIGHTENMENT, 2011,
oil on canvas, 167X95 cm






BLUE HAND - KLEIN, 2011,
oil on canvas, 77 X 52 cm






RED BLUE SQUARE, 2011,
oil on canvas, 89x89 cm






ROTHKO'S DREAM, 2011,
oil on canvas, 147 x 120 cm






TALKING WITH GODS#3, 2011,
HDV Video





GOD COUNTS, 2011,
oil on canvas, 200 x 130 cm






HAND TO MOUTH, 2011,
oil on canvas, 210 x 165 cm






SOME TRIANGLE HIERARCHY/PLAYAS, 2011,
oil on canvas, 188 x 158 cm






SQUARE CIRCLE, 2011,
oil on canvas, 200 x 140 cm






FALSE ATTRACTION, 2010
oil on canvas, 70 x 70 cm







GODS AND THIER WORLDS, 2010
oil on canvas, 120x120 cm






GIANT STEPS, 2010
oil on paper mounted on wood, Various sizes






PIXEL DEATH, 2010,
oil on canvas, 80 x 80 Cm


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Detail out of INITIATION, 2010
mixed media, Various sizes







TALKING WITH GODS, 2010,
oil on canvas, 120x120cm







KKL, 2010,
HD video loop

KKL (Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael, the Hebrew name of the Jewish National Fund) is an organization founded over a century ago, whose history is intertwined with the Zionist dream. It started its activity by buying land for the creation of the Jewish state and later became active in the utopian dream of making the “desert bloom”. In his work Larom used the typical picnic bench, seen in over a thousand nature parks created by KKL all across the country. This symbol is used as the building blocks of a tower that makes one think of the Tower of Babel with its initial hope to do the impossible, and its consequent failure.
See more at: newmuseum.orgwww.artiscontemporary.org/agenda_detail.php?id=454#sthash.8L06BQtt.dpuf

3D&Animation by Assaf Bezalel






POOL-CIRCLE, 2010,
oil on canvas, 200 x 160 Cm






POOL-TRIANGLE, 2010,
oil on canvas, 200 x 160 Cm






COMAND, 2010,
oil on canvas, 120 x 80 Cm






PYRAMID INDEX, 2010,
oil on paper mounted on wood, Various sizes






SIGNAL, 2010,
oil on canvas, 80 x 50 cm






SEWER PIPES, 2010,
oil on canvas, 80x80 cm






SKEWER AND BIRD , 2009,
oil on canvas, 60x 45 cm





COLOSSUS, 2009,
oil on paper, 320x 130 cm





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TOILET PYRAMID/PAINT SHAHID, 2010
Ink jet print, 41 x 29 cm






BEEF INDEX, 2009,
oil on paper, 35 x 20 cm x 16






SHOT AT, 2009,
oil on canvas, 31x 31 cm






GIANT DONER, 2009,
oil on canvas, 43x 39 cm






GREEN&GREY, 2009,
oil on canvas, 27x 21 cm






FOOD PYRAMID, 2009,
oil on cardboard boxes, Various sizes









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UNTITLED , 2009,
oil on canvas, 160x 120 Cm






CHECKUP, 2009,
oil on canvas, 81 x 51 Cm






BOX, 2009
oil on canvas, 36 x 36 Cm






FLASH#1, 2009,
oil on canvas, 40 x 30 Cm






HERMIT#2, 2009,
oil on canvas, 27 x 27 Cm






BAUHAUS SURPRISE, 2009,
oil on canvas, 80 x 80 Cm






TWO MEN, 2009,
oil on canvas, 62 x 62 Cm






PIXEL ALIENS, 2009,
oil on canvas, 65 x 65 Cm






UNTITLED, 2009,
oil on canvas, 80 x 80 Cm






BALL, 2009,
oil on canvas, 60 x 60 Cm






CIRCLE ASS, 2009,
oil on canvas, 120 x 80 Cm





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UNTITLED, 2009,
oil on paper 50 x 37 Cm






UNTITLED, 2008,
water color on paper, 45x29 Cm






SIX WHITE CIRCLES, 2009,
Acrylic on canvas, 360 x 160 Cm
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COALITZIA, 2006,
SD video film


The project "Coalitzia" consist a six chapter story which formulates one theme. A garbage man in Amsterdam finds by no coincidence a gun, and looks for its owner which reveals to be a key figure in town. We, like the main character, are not fully presiving the motives of that nonsense search except the garbage man's curiosity in power. The format is black and white video which inscribes style wise with the Neo Realism movement of the 60's and 70's and in that since misleading and timeless. "Coalition" has, like its name many layers of meanings from the name of the main character to the broader perception of the word - an endless playful game between the micro and macro world, between a real and fantasy and between truth and lie. "Coalition" is a craving for times that are gone. Times when cinema had a real social-political rule and in that sense, it is conceptually self aware: homage of looking at the past and mirroring the present.

The media It seems at the moment that our world of defining media has collapsed in cultural sense. As technology advance, the media change and the cultural value follows. Now is the time when all are artist: new music records are produced in private homes on private computers, movies are made by millions on small hand cameras, reality became
 
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