Greatly inspired by the aesthetic of memento-mori and 16th-century Dutch still-life painting, Roni Landa's artistic practice revolves around the subjects of beauty and mortality.
Landa is best known for her surreal and macabre objects, sculptures, and installations. Luring the viewer to come closer. Landa’s work is visually seductive and appealing at first glance, yet at the same time it critically deals with profound issues as mortality, the divine, beauty and spoil in a pursue to achieve a delicate balance between lush and sensual to hedonistic, decadent and unsettling.
Landa lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel. She holds an MFA from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design(2020) and a B.A in Textile Design from Shenkar - Engineering, Design, Art (2011). Her work was included in many group exhibitions in israel, the USA and europe and are included in private collections worldwide. for the past years she has been represented by Rosenfeld Gallery.