On March 2, Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, P.C. hosted an art reception in honor of world-renowned artists Nathan Slate Joseph and Zigi Ben-Haim, celebrating their contributions to the art world.
Diana Muller who is counsel to the firm said about the event: “Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman had the pleasure of sponsoring this event as a tribute to the artists and recognition of their wonderful work. Artists and designers have the ability to express their messages through colors, textures, materials and unique designs, and our firm assists many creative clients in protecting their work primarily by means of copyrights, trademarks, trade dress and patents. My art collection includes beautiful pieces of Zigi Ben-Haim.”
Nathan Slate Joseph collects and transforms discarded shards of steel into intricate and exquisite pieces of art through the use of raw pigment, acid, and exposure to the elements. His work is shown in the Whitney Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, and the house of Joni Mitchell, to name but a few.
Zigi Ben-Haim’s work includes painting, sculpture, and collage. His work exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide, including the Guggenheim Museum, NASA Headquarters, and the National Gallery of Art.