Yair Callender’s body of work is rooted in spatial work and sculptures. His works range from monumental pieces to those blurring the line between autonomous artwork and furniture. At the core of the artist’s practice lies a research into spiritual and symbolic ornaments and forms. Through his spatial work, Callender is searching for the inherent meaning within these spiritual and symbolic elements.
Browse works by Yair Callender
The night sky
Yair Callender The night sky (2017)
Traces of human presence
Yair Callender Traces of human presence (2021)
Yair Callender (1987) is a Dutch artist currently living in The Hague. In 2013, Callender received his BA from the Royal Academy of Art. His work has been shown in art venues like Art Rotterdam, TENT Rotterdam, Nest, Oude Kerk in Amsterdam, Sis Josip Gallery, 1646, Escher in het Paleis, Grafische werkplaats in The Hague, Kadmium in Delft, DTRH Festival, Billytown, Beelden in Leiden and many others.