Marion Baruch

In 1948 Marion Baruch began her studies at the Bucharest Fine Arts Academy. The next year she had the great opportunity of emigrating to Israel; there she continued her studies at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, where she attended Mordecai Ardon's course.

Four years later she held an exposition at the Micra-Studio gallery in Tel Aviv; the review of the critics was so good as to enable her to obtain a scholarship thanks to which she moved to Italy in 1954, where she studied painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome.
During the 60's Marion Baruch's pictorial language changed radically, steadily surpassing figurative art and striving towards a gestural approach aimed at abstraction, graphics, as well as that plastic language which would become apparent between the end of the 60's and the beginning of the 70's with a series of very big sculptures.
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