Ronen Goldman: The Surrealistic Pillow

Tel Aviv based Israeli artist Ronen Goldman‘s work from the year 2012 onwards has caught the attention of visual art critics and commentators, and one can see why. Apart from showcasing his proficiency and considerable skills in generating extremely imaginative visualscapes through digital photo manipulations, Ronen’s work also has a streak of social satire and commentary infused with dream-nightmare states. Tapping into long traditions of 20th century surrealistic art and marrying it with 21st century digital tool sets, Ronen’s surrealistic pillow is a memorable and provocative statement. Take a look.

 

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Ronen Goldman
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Hey Guys!
Just caught up with all your wonderful comments here, just wanted to say thanks, its kind words like these that give me motivation to create more of these strange images. Much appreciated!
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Thanks! (and yes, Escher is a big influence…:)

Marianna Paulson
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Thanks for sharing these. My favourite is the school of fish in mid-air.

skychi99
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I have always wanted to study art in college and have more recently (as I have learned more about life) realized that art school is basically an expensive way to become a waitress… lol, who needs art school when one has talent.

Cpt Excelsior
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would love to have wall to wall posters of some of these.

Morten
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I second Cendrines Pink Floyd comment :)

khloe
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bravo ronen,,amazing skills

Raghav
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I feel like burning my copy of PS and retire to a be a sheep herder in the Andes when I see work like this :)

behindthescenes
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Quentin
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One word – awesomenes!!,,,,thank you

blueeyedgal
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stunning use of PS CS. it is quite clear that he is a natural at it. quite a talent….

spikethemonkey
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I would definitely think of having a print on my wall. Some of the pictures reminds me of Escher.

Cendrine
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The last picture is definitely Pink Floyd for me lolol “we are just two lost souls, swimming in a fish bowl, year after year”

LSerrault
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Imaginative and somehwhat twisted! I love it when PS is used amazingly.

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