Lebensdaten: born on the 18th of May, 1930 in Jassey, Romania.
Zu Leben und Werk: With the onset of the Second World War, the family fled to Bucharest where Briss enrolled at the "Beaux-Arts" Academy. Here he worked under Camil RESSU, a former student of Gustave MOREAU. After leaving the Academy, Briss, active mainly as a printmaker, produced wooden sculptures and lithographs which were widely published. These were, like his earlier still-life paintings reminiscent of the contructivism of George BRAQUE and CIZOME. His interpretation of nature and its beings also had a certain relationship to the surrealism of his compatriot, Victor BRAUNER and the imagery of André BRETON. In 1959 Briss emigrated to Israel where he held his first Retrospective in 1967 at the Nathan Gallery in Tel Aviv. Here Briss also painted several murals in public buildings during the first half of the 70`s. Briss is a painter of the magical and the marvellous. His surrealistic artistic experiences puts him in a class with Paul KLEE and Victor BRAUNER. Briss earned an international reputation in the 70`s and 80`s from frequent exhibitions, often several a year, in Europe, Canada and the United States. Briss has been living in working in Paris for a number of years now.
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