YORAM WOLBERGER featured in Beautiful Decay “Toy Art: Artists Incorporate The Objects Of Our Youth” along side Koons, Fischer, and Cattelan

YORAM WOLBERGER is featured in a recent issue of  Beautiful Decay Magazine article Toy Art: Artists Incorporate The Objects Of Our Youth along with Jeff Koons, Urs Fischer, Hans Hemmert, Joe Black, Maurizio Cattelan, Jud Bergeron, and Hiroshi Fuji.

Check it out online at the following link.


Yoram Wolberger uses childhood toys and everyday domestic items to create his large scale sculptures, foregrounding the latent symbolism and cultural paradigms of these objects that so subtly inform Western culture. By enlarging this ephemera to life size, Wolberger emphasizes the distortions of their original manufacture disallowing any real illusion and conceptually forcing the viewer to reconsider their meanings. When enlarged beyond any possibility of dismissal, we see that toy soldiers create lines between “Us and Them”, plastic cowboys and Indians marginalize and stereotype the Other, even wedding cake bride and groom figurines dictate our expected gender roles.

All Wolberger sculpture pieces are available on a commissioned basis and all works are subject to prior sale. The price on this work is subject to change without notice. Shipping, site preparation, and all installation charges would be additional.


Yoram Wolberger (b. 1963, Tel Aviv, Israel) earned his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute’s (CA) New Genres Department. He has had solo exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and has been featured in group exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum of Art (NY), deCordova Sculpture Park (MA), the Aldrich Contemporary Museum (CT), Orange County Museum of Art (CA), Museum of Contemporary Art (IL) and the Israeli Museum of Modern Art (Israel) among others. His works have been acquired for the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum of Art (NY), Frederick R. Weisman Foundation (CA), the Orange County Museum of Art (CA), Sweeney Art Gallery, University of California Riverside (CA) and the McNay Art Museum (TX). The artist lives and works in San Francisco, CA.


Additional articles, reviews, and features on Wolberger and his work can be found on our gallery website at:


You can also download free PDF reprints of the following catalogs on his work at the links below:

Yoram Wolberger : E-Catalogue 1 – Cowboys and Indians

Yoram Wolberger : E-Catalogue 2 – Trophies


For more information on available works by Yoram Wolberger, please visit the MMFA site on ARTSY at:




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