From the gallery press release:
"An innocent child’s tea party gives way to a more complex scene: The girl – freeing her unruly spirit – her inner world projected on the objects surrounding her. The tea set – a symbol of civilized adult ritual – is marching in a mad parade. The baby, innocence aside, squashes a teapot and cup to a painful point. It could be the fragile nature or life-like quality of the sculptures – but something about Baranga’s works is ever vulnerable, sometimes fearsome, and always compelling."
"Ronit Baranga (Israel), a contemporary sculptress, creates figurative art on the border between living and still life, dealing with emotional states and relationships. Her work has been displayed in museums and galleries around the world and is a part of many museum and private collections. Key exhibitions include international shows in Taiwan and China (2011, 2012), the Triennale Design Museum in Milan (2012), Banksy’s Dismaland (2015) and solo exhibitions in Tel-Aviv (2017) and New York (2017, 2018). Baranga holds a B.A. in Psychology and Literature from Haifa University, studied Art History in Tel-Aviv University, and Fine Arts in Beit Berl College (‘HaMidrasha’), Israel."