Leor Grady

Embroidered Series - the Dead Sea By Leor Grady Embroidered Series - the Dead Sea By Leor Grady

Leor Grady

Embroidered Series - the Dead Sea By Leor Grady

$15,795.00

The Dead Sea is a national symbol of Israel and of Zionism, and evokes many aspects of Israel’s complex history: the deep roots Jews have in this region, as well as the exploitation of the sea by Israel: the contour of the sea is constantly...

Embroidered Liturgy Series — TSIMAON (Thirst) By Leor Grady Embroidered Liturgy Series — TSIMAON (Thirst) By Leor Grady

Leor Grady

Embroidered Liturgy Series — TSIMAON (Thirst) By Leor Grady

$3,159.00

In this work, the Hebrew word “Tsimaon”—Thirst—is embroidered onto the paper in the font typically associated with sacred texts. A thick puddle of gold paint drips down over the word, evoking the heaviness of a stain of blood, a remnant of a violent act. While...

Embroidered Liturgy Series — TAMID (Eternal) By Leor Grady Embroidered Liturgy Series — TAMID (Eternal) By Leor Grady

Leor Grady

Embroidered Liturgy Series — TAMID (Eternal) By Leor Grady

$3,159.00

In this work, the Hebrew word “Tamid”—Eternal—is embroidered at the center of the white paper, in the font typically associated with sacred texts. The word, amplified by Grady, brings to light its multiple meanings and opens vast spaces for reflection. This work is part of...

Embroidery Liturgy Series — Crown By Leor Grady Embroidery Liturgy Series — Crown By Leor Grady

Leor Grady

Embroidery Liturgy Series — Crown By Leor Grady

$15,795.00

In this work, Grady embroiders a golden crown at the center of the white paper. In Judaism, crowns are customarily used to decorate the scroll on which the Torah is written, and symbolize majesty and the law represented by the Torah. Keter—crown in Hebrew—is also...

Embroidered Liturgy Series — ADON (Lord) By Leor Grady Embroidered Liturgy Series — ADON (Lord) By Leor Grady

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Embroidered Liturgy Series — ADON (Lord) By Leor Grady

$15,795.00

In this work, the Hebrew word “Adon”—Lord—is embroidered at the center of the white paper in a font typically associated with sacred texts. While the first connotation of the word is liturgical, especially in the font used for sacred texts and written in gold, the...

Embroidered Liturgy Series - MODEH (Give thanks) By Leor Grady Embroidered Liturgy Series - MODEH (Give thanks) By Leor Grady

Leor Grady

Embroidered Liturgy Series - MODEH (Give thanks) By Leor Grady

$15,795.00

In this work, the Hebrew word “Modeh”—give thanks—is embroidered at the center of the white paper, evoking the “Modeh Ani” prayer recited by every observant Jew daily upon awakening, before getting out of bed: “I give thanks before You / eternal and living King /...