Nahum Tevet (1946, IL) was the most extreme of the Israeli Minimalists in the mid-1970s. He sees
creativity as a process based on a system of abstentions and reductions; the aim of the creative
process being to impart the essence of the plastic medium. However, at least two qualities in his
work break the rules of Minimalism: the lyric quality of his color and line, and the frequent
resemblance of his works to real objects, likes tables or beds.
Lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel.