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The Liberation of Ner Tamin.

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“The Cult of the Wolf” by Ner Tamin. (Courtesy of Ner Tamin.)

Ner Tamin‘s simplistically ancient appeal has certainly peaked our curiosity. While we’re plum in love with the piece above, Ner Tamin’s work proves to be way more versatile.

“Poppy Field”. (Courtesy of Ner Tamin.)

“Moirae”. (Courtesy of Ner Tamin.)


From strong lines to color stains, her work literally deconstruct before your eyes. It relinquishes all structure and breaks free pass restrictions.

“Poppy”. (Courtesy of Ner Tamin.)


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