From the window of my studio
Berlin 2011
Tel Aviv from the windows of the house

Independent works during the last years of

art school. Interestin “neighbors” and “Jewish” themes. Reaction to military service.


1.Aunt Polya, 1958-59
2 In vegetable store, 1959
3.Synagogue, 1959
4. Aunt Anya, 1960
5.course of the young soldier 1961
6.It's not borscht, it's pickle soup, 1962
7.Self-portrait, 1962
8.Shepherds, 1962
9.Holyday, 1962-63
9.Near culture house, 1962-63
9.Orchestra of wind instruments, 1962-63
10.From left to right sitting, 1963
11.From childhood, 1964
Aunt Anya, 1965
Portrait of artist's father, 1966
Yuri Basov, 1965


Changes in the processes of work and study;

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Long journey throughout Italy new studio

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Since 2010

  "Picking up the pieces"  after large museum

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Along the years, it became clear that I, often,

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Early works

Independent works during the last years of

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Move to Jaffa, to a ground floor house; enjoy

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Liveand work in NY - and a different

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I work in different techniques of copper etching

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The corner of Har-Zion Avenue and Chachmei Israel Avenue


A crossroads, with imposing patriotic street names.

Walking the dog.

A banality, there is basically no landscape here.

But there is a life, in all its manifestations.

Where will the spirituality come from?

The spirituality, if indeed it comes, will derive from painting,

from the creative process.

From nowhere at all – it is best not to think about it.

If thinking, then after work.

To read, watch and talk with old friends –

great artists, poets and philosophers.

It is what contains the joy of life for me now.

And also Galit, children and granddaughters.

And all this is happening to me!

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Studio Chronicles 2018

Jan Rauchwerger. Studio Chronicles 2018 05th. week, year 2018

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January 31, 2018
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Solo exhibition at Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv, 14.04.2016

  Jan Rauchwerger "LOST FORM", Gordon  Gallery,

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April 20, 2016
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