Na’aman is one of Israel’s most important and influential artists. She was the subject of a major exhibition and retrospective at the Tel Aviv Museum in 1999. Her works are complicated, mysterious, symbolic, provocative and shocking. She uses Biblical imagery, Freudian symbolism, historical material, mythology and many other sources to explore gender roles, religion, politics, Jewishness, Israel and family relations. She is a giant of contemporary Israeli art.
'Trees of Light' and 'Golden Showers' / Oil on Canvas
'The Baby' and 'The Bath' / Oil on Canvas
Nose Language / Oil on Canvas