Dan Reisinger is an artist from Tel Aviv, whose minimalist works using geometric shapes, have been exhibited all over the world. In 1934, Reisinger was born in Serbia. After almost his entire family had been killed in the Holocaust, he immigrated to Israel with his mother where, in 1950, he was accepted as the youngest student of the time at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem.
After several years in various countries and at numerous art universities in Europe, he returned to Tel Aviv in 1966 to live there permanently and founded his own Design Studio. Since then, his works have been part of collective and individual exhibitions around the world.
He has since designed a variety of posters with political, social and cultural issues as well as calendars and more than 150 logos for international companies such as the El Al airline. His works include the logo of the Tel Aviv Museum of Arts, and a 50-metre long relief made of aluminium with a Bible quote in Hebrew at the entrance gate of the Memorial of Yad Vashem.
Reisinger is one of best known and most influential graphic designers in Israel who includes his Jewish roots again and again in his often geometric and minimalist works. He tries to integrate Hebrew letters and symbols into his art to extend its visual and communicative possibilities.
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