Born in 1966 in Tel-Aviv, Israel, Yuval Gluska is a blend of architect and artist, who studied in the environmental design department at Jerusalem's Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, moved to New York and earned a degree in architecture from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.
His work explores the foundations of the material's aesthetic language,
form and characteristics, and seeks to transform the architect's office into
a creative studio and cultural bastion.
As an architect, he searches for a fine line between art and architecture while exploring an invisible edge of the city. Some off the work consists of concrete handmade "decorative" objects, such as bowls and plates, which have been photographed and integrated into images of the city and creating a new sense of scale. Those imaginary landscapes, aspire to challenge both reality and the order of things by constructing a visual urban fiction.
2018 City on the Edge: From objects to imaginary urban landscapes, Geological Museum Ramat-Hasharon, Israel.
2005 PEKA–THE P.K. HOENICH GALLERY FOR EXPERIMENTAL ART AND ARCHITECTURE,
“Drawing to Sketch“- group exhibition. Haifa Israel.
1999 KAV-16 GALLERY “Introduction to Architecture”-solo show, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
1999 BEIT HAOMANIM\THE ARTISTS HOUSE “Award for the Support of Creativity”-group show, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
1990 ARCHITYPE GALLERY “Objects in Concrete”-group show, New York, NY.