Harrari is a self-taught intellectual, an autonomous independent-spirited artist who has made a conscious choice to live outside of the usual “art scene.” He creates his works of art as part of a long, turbulent, energetic continuum of experimentation, mostly using old photocopying machines and a unique technique Harrari invented and developed over the years.The works seem almost like frames from a film noir, developing in sequence, referring to the previous “shot”; numerous variants are created in sharp contrast and extremely bold compositional cropping. Harrari’s works contain drama, but the drama remains an unexplained mystery, generated by the complex visual means participating in the plot. A strange harmony is thus woven between concrete and abstract, between illuminated elements and others which flicker vaguely from out of the darkness.
1984 De-belle gallery, Jerusalem.
1986 Hakibutz gallery, tel aviv.
1994 Ein harod museum of art.
1994 Ramat gan museum of art.
1995 Art project- central bus station of tel aviv.
1996 Tivon art gallery.
2008 Erlich gallery, Tel Aviv.
1995 Beit hagefen, Haifa.
1995 Artist's house.
2000 Ein harod museum of art.
Amos shoken collection.
Israel museum of art, Jerusalem.
Ein harod museum of art.