Eugene Kurlandsky is an artist based in Tel Aviv, Israel. With a Bachelor of Arts focused on photography and painting, followed by a Masters in Architectural Studies, Through the years, he developed a career in architectural design and arts. Eugene likes to touch on modern society’s different problems in his works, exploring them through his perception. During the last decade, he shifted his focus mainly to Fine Arts, actively participating in the exhibitions and art events in Israel, Italy, Germany, and the United States, gaining positive reviews from critics. He works using different materials and styles: from conventional painting to digital art and photography. A large number of his works found a place in various private collections. Lately, Eugene became a member of the Rampanti movement of the MACO museum in Veroli, Italy, presenting his works in the exhibitions holds by the museum. His work is also presented in the Shapiro-Ventura gallery in New York.