Natan Brusovani was born in 1956 in Leningrad in Russia, where his family had emigrated from Israel. In 1978 he graduated from the University with a master’s degree in photography. In 1987, he obtained permission to return to Palestine where he lives and works as a photographer. He has participated in numerous exhibitions in Europe, Russia, Israel. The media and the international press have talked about his work.
As an artist, he is interested in capturing elusive and imaginary images. In his works there is always a mix between human and technology. All the images are inspired by everyday life, by the great masters of history, by religions etc. In his photographs, underground and post industrial scenarios meet the clear harmony of Renaissance forms. There are several authors who through their immortal brushstrokes interacting with Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Leonardo Da Vinci, El Greco and many other Renaissance painters. It is in this looking at oneself through the centuries, in this coexistence made possible by art that the human being finds himself: hero and anti-hero: from the perfection sought in classicism, passing through the very negation of this perfection, as in a vortex space, time and mental attitudes mix, leaving the observer with a deep and noble sense of belonging to humanity.
- Personal exhibition in Jerusalem Theater, 1997
- Sixth Annual International Festival of Photography – “Beyond Boundaries 2007” in Rome, Italy, presented by ARTROM Gallery, 2007
- “Painting and Photograhy on One Pixel” with the artist Ori Raz, Al HaAgam Gallery, Raanana, Israel, 2008
- Naestved International Mini Print Exhibition, Roennebaeksholm Arts and Culture Center, Naestved Denmark, 2008
- “Memories”, PrimoPiano LivinGallery, Lecce, Italy, 2008
- “Homage to Great Masters”, Weil Center, Israel, 2010
- “CADAVRE EXQUIS”, PrimoPiano LivinGallery, Lecce, Italy, 2010