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Participating Artists Guy Avital, Matan Ben Tolila, Elad Kopler, Hila Toony Navok, Yaara Oren, Galia Pasternak, Yanai Segal, Guy Yanai, Dana Yoeli Curated by Nogah Davidson 17.12.2015- 29.01.2016

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Modernism 2016 presents nine artists whose work reflects a renewed interest

in Modernist aesthetics. Their return to this stylistic tradition is realized in their intra-disciplinary, form-based studies such as deconstruction, abstraction, color, tempo and composition- consequentially it is manifested mainly in painting. The exhibition may be seen as part of a global shift declaring the rise of new, fresh painting that has revived the medium after years considered dead. The past year alone has seen a number of extensive exhibitions surrounding contemporary painting. Opening in December 2014 “The Forever Now” was the first exhibition dedicated to contemporary painting to show at MOMA, NY since 1984. Curator Laura Hoptman proposed that contemporary artists’ tendency to mix different styles of painting in a single work, testifies to their refusal to represent present times and attests to the generation’s a-temporality. The current edition of the PS1’s young talent show, “Greater New York”, created a stir due to the large amount of painting presented within the exhibition, usually famous for presenting innovative, challenging material. “Unrealism”, a collaboration between the two titan gallerists Jeffery Deitch and Larry Gagosian in Art Basel Miami, showed over fifty artists whom create contemporary figurative painting (and a small amount of sculpture). Lastly, “Tightrope Walk” curated by Barry Shwabsky at the White Cube Gallery in London, surveys some fifty artists who walk the fine line between abstract and figurative painting. Shwabsky demonstrates how the great Modernist masters went freely between abstraction and figuration, stating that the strict division between the two styles was defined in later years by critic Clement Greenberg. It is a known fact that Modernist/ figurative/ abstract painting appeals to larger audiences than conceptual art. However, it seems that it is precisely this sort of painting, while easily digested by the public, is challenging for the art world. Though some praise the assumed resurrection of painting, other voices are rather skeptical, seeing it as another validation to the art world’s deterioration into a mercenary industry. The term “Zombie Formalism”, coined by artist-critic Walter Robinson, spread quickly as the derogative title for market- led abstract geometric paintings. Respectively, all the above-mentioned exhibitions prompted a spirited debate among art world professionals about the dangers of awakening the corpse of painting. Indeed if we compare the founding fathers of Modernist Art from the turn of the 20th century with the artists creating in the Modernist style today, one of the most significant differences would be that those painters of past were considered the exemplary of radical thinking, of anti-establishment, of subversiveness, and iconoclasm. That said, during the one hundred and fifty years since the height of the Modernist era, those same groundbreaking


artists have become a canon themselves and their aesthetic style the standard for how outdated, conservative and popular art looks like. This is true not only for their style but also for their worldviews, which were also considered progressively liberal for their times. However from today’s standpoint, when there is greater sensitivity to topics of gender and class- it is clear that their exotic- romanticized view of anyone who is not a white male bourgeois like themselves (including women, working class, black and eastern people)- was chauvinist, sexist, colonialist, patronizing and ultimately racist. Time has shown that the cultural revolution that the Modernist artists belonged to was extremely partial. Today too, humanity has a very long way to go until all men (and women) are equal- if it ever will get there. While the Modernist era was full of ideology and belief in the generation’s power to change the world, today’s generation is not united in a defined movement with manifestoes guiding there way. Our worldview about our limits is pragmatic. As the generation who took to the streets in the summer of 2011 and experienced how the system effortlessly overthrows the revolt, we understand the volume of institutional corruption, power structures and the illusion of democracy. Hence, despite the seemingly outdated aesthetic, it may be said that these painters express the spirit of our times precisely - the style may be Modern but the outlook is absolutely post-modern, in the sense that it lacks ideology- rather it is postideological. It seems these artists’ creative process led them to the Modernist style as a means to find their own voice amidst the chaos of meaninglessness. Be it because of their longing to connect to certain historical- cultural roots and use the aestheticstylistic heritage left over by the Modernist masters, to encode contemporary (or local) identity. Or be it from their wish to free themselves from any limiting obligations and explore creative experimentation from a playful approach. The concerns that have risen in the wake of contemporary painting do not stem from the medium itself, nor from its accessibility to the general viewing public. The concerns are for the basic values of the work of art in the free world- that relate to freedom of speech, to challenging conventions and to stretching the boundaries. It seems today these values come through from an individualistic standpoint rather than a social one. The contemporary painters presented in this exhibition are engaged in challenging their personal limits in their creative process. Thus if the personal is always also political, it can be assumed that even with no ideological foundation to lead the way, there is guarantee for the perseverance of freedom of thought and creativity. Nogah Davidson


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Trans Atlantic Orphan, 2012 oil on linen 165 x 165 cm


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Pyramids, 2013 oil on linen 60 x 74 cm


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Non - Mediterranean House II, 2015 oil on linen 70 x 64 cm


G u y Ya n a i Born 1977 Haifa, Israel Lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel Education 2000 Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. Bachelors of Art 1997 New York Studio School, New York 1996 Pont Aven School of Art, Pont-Aven, France (Summer-Term) 1996 Parsons School of Design, New York Solo Exhibitions 2016 (Forthcoming) Solo Show, Rod Barton Gallery, Brussels (Forthcoming) Duo-Show with Kaye Donachie, Apartment, Paris, Curated by Timothee Chaillou 2015 Ancienne Rive, Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe Gallery, NYC. 2014 Diary, Galerie Derouillon, Paris First Battle Lived Accident, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv 2013 Accident Nothing, Aran Cravey Gallery, LA Lived & Laughed & Loved & Left, La Montagne Gallery, Boston Battle, Therapy, Living Room, The Velan Center for Contemporary Art, Turin Curated by Noam Segal 2012 Battle, Therapy, Living Room, Kunsthalle Rotschild 69, Tel Aviv Curated by Noam Segal Guy Yanai &Arik Levy, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv 2011 First We Feel Then We Fall, Alon Segev Gallery 2010 Four Guys Sitting in a Subaru Drinking Grapejuice, The Spaceship at Hayarkon 70, Tel Aviv. Curated by Alon Segev 2009 Political Science, Rothschild Fine Art, Tel Aviv 2008 THREADS, Jerusalem Studio School Gallery, Jerusalem 2004 Gorgeous Contradiction, Gallery 33, Tel Aviv, Israel 2001 New Works, Artspace Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel

2000 New Works, Louis Boston Space, Boston, MA 1999 Thesis Show, Easthampon Interiors Hampshire College Main Gallery, Amherst, MA Selected Group Exhibitions 2016 (Forthcoming) Group Exhibition, Charlotte Fogh Gallery, Aarhus, Denmark (Forthcoming) IMAGINE, Brand New Gallery, Milan 2015 Art Basel Miami, with Amerniger | McEnery | Yohe Gallery Culture/Color/Body, Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa Rod Barton Brussels Launch, Rod Barton Gallery, Brussels A House Without Rooms, TORRI, Paris Curated by Guy Yanai YIA Art Fair, with Galerie Derouillon, Paris EXPO Chicago, with Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe Gallery, Chicago Fresh Fruit, Les Gens Heureux Gallery, Copenhagen Exposition Collective, Galerie Derouillon, Paris Words without Letters, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv Curated by Guy Yanai Refiguring, Coburn Projects, London Art 15, with Alon Segev Gallery, London Drawing Now Fair, with Galerie Derouillon, Paris 2014 Par Ici Mon Kiki, Le Coeur, Paris Informal Forms, Aran Cravey Gallery, LA. Curated by Noam Segal Summer Mixer, Joshua Liner Gallery, NYC Art Market Hamptons Fair, with Joshua Liner Gallery, NYC Just Before Brazil, A.L.I.C.E Gallery, Brussels, Belgium Art14 Fair, with Alon Segev Gallery, London Art Herning Art Fair with Charlotte Fogh Gallery, Copenhagen 2013 Fresh Paint Art Fair 6, with Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv Growth, Charlotte Fogh Gallery, Aarhus, Denmark DoorRoomWindow, Pulse Fair, SHFAP, NYC Artist Series Project, with Woodpoint & Kingsland ART13 Fair, with Alon Segev Gallery, London LA Art Book Fair, with Sternthal Books, LA 2012 Domesticated Souls, A.L.I.C.E Gallery, Brussels Curated by Alice Van Dan Abeele (with catalog) Brussels Art Days, in conjunction with the A.L.I.C.E gallery group show, Brussels The Irreconcilable (with Tal R, Jonas Wood, Avner BenGal, Jen Abessira, Matt Phillips), Spaceship at HaYarkon 70. Curated by Guy Yanai (with catalog)


Nada Art Fair, with ArtIs, NYC Fresh Paint Art Fair 5, with Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv 2011 Gallery Artists, Alon Segev Gallery Italy – Israel: Senses of the Mediterranean, Hangar Bicocca, Milan, Possibility of a Book, Sommer Contemporary Art S2, Tel Aviv 2010 Israelism, Shay Arye Gallery, Tel Aviv 2008 Opening Show, Rothschild Fine Art, Tel Aviv Recent Purchases from the Israel Discount Bank Collection, Ashdod Museum of Art, Ashdod, Israel 2006 Artists Choose Artists, The Painting Center, NYC Special Projects 2015 Moby Dick, drawing collaboration with Harpune Verlag Guy Yanai / Rafe Mullarkey, Rod Barton Gallery, London The Drawer, drawing collaboration on Volume 9: Paris, Texas. Limited Edition Prints, in collaboration with Exhibition A 2014 Collaboration with Artis, designing limited edition of tote-bags Collaboration with WPKL, designing limited edition line of tote-bags Elegies for Julius, special installation at Bootsbau Gallery, Berlin Skateboards, DeBuck Gallery, NYC (with Jules de Balincourt, Ridley Howard, Diana al Hadid and more) Collaboration with Artis, designing exclusive line of tote-bags Group exhibition with Kiblind Magazine, Point Ephemere, Paris 2013 Band of Outsiders SS14 resort collection collaboration Residencies/Grants 2016 (Forthcoming) Lucile Avenue Artist-In-Resideny Project by TORRI Gallery, Los Angeles 2014 Villa Lena Residency Program, Tuscany, Italy 2012 Artis Contemporary Art Fund, Professional Development Workshop by Creative Capital 2011 Venice Printmaking Studio, Venice (with stipend grant) 2009 Upstate Workspace (Zach Feuer Gallery), Hudson, NY (with open studio)

2008 Frans Masereel Centrum, Kasterlee, Belgium Exhibitions Curated 2016 (Forthcoming) Bisous Magique, Group Exhibition, Galerie Derouillon, Paris 2015 A House Without Rooms, Group Exhibition, TORRI, Paris Words without Letters, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv 2012 The Irreconcilable, Spaceship Gallery at HaYarkon 70, Tel Aviv 2006 Emptiness, Gallery 33, Tel Aviv, Israel including works by Meir Appelfeld, Bronlyn Jones, Joshua Meyer, Aaron Norfolk, Stuart Shils 2005 Uri Blayer: North/South – ISRAEL, Gallery 33, Tel Aviv, Israel (with catalog) 2004 Beauty is only the First Touch of Terror, Gallery 33, Tel Aviv, Israel; including works by Alejandro Goldberg, Rita Natarova, Aaron Norfolk, Noa Shay, Stuart Shils, and Ben Tritt Monographs and Exhibition Catalogs 2015 A HOUSE WITHOUT ROOMS. Text by Guy Yanai. (Exhibition Catalog, TORRI, Paris). WORDS WITHOUT LETTERS. Text by Guy Yanai. (Exhibition Catalog, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv). Guy Yanai: ANCIENNE RIVE. Texts by Caty Levine and Timothee Chaillou. (Exhibition Catalog, Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe Gallery, New York). 2014 Guy Yanai: DIARY. Text by Barbara Sirieix and interview by Timothee Chaillou. (Exhibition Catalog, Galerie Derouillon, Paris) 2013 Guy Yanai: ACCIDENT NOTHING. Text by Hila Cohen-Shneiderman and interview by Noam Segal. (Exhibition Catalog, Aran Cravey Gallery, Los Angeles). 2012 IRRECONCILABLE. Text by Guy Yanai. (Exhibition Catalog, Spaceship Gallery at HaYarkon 70, Tel Aviv) 2011 Guy Yanai: FIRST WE FEEL THEN WE FALL. Text by Nuit Banai and text and interview by James Trainor. (Exhibition Catalog, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv) 2008 Guy Yanai: POLITICAL SCIENCE. Interview by Joseph R. Wolin. (Exhibition Catalog, Rothschild Fine Art, Tel Aviv). 2002 Guy Yanai: sources | inspirations | confessions | notes | theories | letters | manifestoes | conclusions | and other refined | and raw data (Artist Book)


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Israeli Sunset Summer, 2012 wood, polystyrene and acrylic stucco 100 x 120 cm


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Vanitas, 2010 wood, acrylic stucco and acrylic paint 83 x 73 cm

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Sunset landscape,2010 wood, acrylic stucco, acrylic paint and matchstick 42 x 53 cm


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White flowers, 2009 wood, gravel and acrylic paint 61 x 53 cm


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Still life, 2010 wood, gravel and acrylic paint 80 x 66 cm


1977 Born in Amsterdam, Netherlands Lives and works in Tel Aviv 2005 - 2015 Founding member and co-curator of Barbur gallery in Jerusalem. 2009 – 2015 Teacher at the Fine Art Department at Avni School of Art and Design, Tel Aviv Israel. Education 2004 – BFA, Fine Art Department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem 2003 – Exchange student at Cooper Union, New York, USA Solo Exhibitions 2015 Walkway, Jerusalem Artists House. Curator: Sally Haftel Naveh 2013 Triad, Atelier Shemi, Cabri. Curator: Smadar Schindler 2012 Miracles and Wonders, Feinberg Projects, Tel Aviv 2006 LOVE MINUS ZERO, Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem Group Exhibitions 2012 Haifa Museum of Art – “Tel-Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem” 2011 Souvenirim – Tower of David Museum, curated by Michael Kesus-Gedalyovich “Liberte” – Group exhibition at Sommer Contemporary art gallery, Tel Aviv Israel. Curated by Avi Sabah. 2010 “Comfort Scapes” – Group exhibition at Art-Cube, Jerusalem Israel. curated by Tal Yahas. “Teivot Tehuda” – Group exhibition by Keshet Eylon foundation. Rubin House Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel. “City-State” – Special project. exhibited at the entrance to the Israeli ministry of education Lev-Ram building in Jerusalem Israel. “No Soul For Sale” at Tate Modern, UK. Curated by Cecilia Alemani, Massimiliano Gionni and Maurizio Cattelan “Hateiva” - Group exhibition. Leumi Bank – Mani Building. Curated by Ido Bar-El.

2009 “Body and Shadow” – Group exhibition at the Mishkenot Shaananim Duek Gallery. Curated by Irena Gordon. Adraba – Group exhibition of Barbur Group at Florentin45 Gallery. Subvision – Non-profit art festival at Hafen City in Hamburg, Germany. Supermarket – Non-profit Gallery art fair in Stockholm, Sweden. 2008 What Game Shall We Play Today?” - Group exhibition at TWS Shibuya, Tokyo. “Waking the Tiger” – Group exhibition at Florentin45 Gallery in Tel-Aviv. “Attitude” - Group exhibition at Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem Israel. 2007 “In Spring Before the War” - Group exhibition curated by Yonatan Amir in Jerusalem Israel. “Polygraph”, Jerusalem Drawing Biennale, Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel Marking Space” Group exhibition at Linda Gallery in Hamburg Germany. 2005 Opening Exhibition Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem Israel. 2004 BFA Senior Show, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem Israel Scholarships and Awards 2004 – History and Theory department award for excellence, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Residencies 2008 – Tokyo Wonder Site Aoyama, Creator in residence As Curator 2005 – 2015 Curator at Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem 2012 Re:Visiting Rockefeller, Contemporary Israeli Art at the Rockefeller Archaeological Museum, Jerusalem. Curated in collaboration with Sally Haftel Naveh


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The Stone Breakers (After Courbet), 2014 mixed media 60 x 186 x 15 cm each


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The Stone Breakers, model, 2014 foam, wood, industrial paint and soil 32 x 12 cm each


Born 1979. Lives, teaches and works in Tel Aviv Education 2008-2010 M.F.A Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Tel Aviv 2002-2005 B.F.A. Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem 2004-2005 HAW, Hamburg, Germany Solo exhibitions 2015 Daily practice, Beit Tammy, Tel Aviv Ashuchit, an Israeli - German project, Sadnaot Ha’omanim, Tel Aviv 2012 Automaton, Dana gallery, Kibbutz Yad Mordechai 2011 Leviathan, solo show, kav 16 community gallery, Tel Aviv 2010 Waiting for love’s first kiss, MFA graduate show, Bezalel Gallery, Tel Aviv 2008 Tzalmon, a collaboration with Yonatan Shilo, Tavi Dresdner project room, Tel Aviv Selected group exhibitions 2015 Hatalush, Tel Aviv Museum of art Host, Sadnaot Ha’omanim, Tel Aviv Butterfly stroke, Indie Gallery, Tel Aviv After 20 years, HIT gallery, Holon Gatherer, Artists house, Jerusalem Agro-art, Petach Tikva museum of art, Petach Tikva 2014 Beton, Bulimia, Beit Benyamini house, Tel Aviv Dialog, Städtische Galerie KUBUS, Hanover, Germany Tabula rasa, kupfermann house, kibbutz lochamei hagetaot 2013 Shod vashever, Shay Arye gallery, Tel Aviv The Young Artist award Winners exhibition, Ashdod Museum, Ashdod 2012 Random, BAAD Gallery, Tel Aviv The owls are not what they seem, Ganei Omer, Omer 2011 And what shall we do with painting? Haifa museum of art, Haifa Wind stones, Daniel gallery, Tel Aviv

2010 Schenut, beit hagefen gallery, Haifa Asher asa Bezalel, The Kfar-Saba city gallery, Kfar saba Thin Ice, Dana Gallery, Kibbutz Yad Mordechay Real presence 10, Belgrade, Serbia Bread and roses, Minshar gallery, Tel Aviv A Way from no Way”, Opera Gallery, New York 2009 Maximalism, ArtTLV biennial, Avni institute, Tel Aviv Makirim, Shay Arye Gallery, Tel Aviv Limited Action, Bezalel in Tel Aviv Hitna’arut, WIZO Haifa, Haifa Degenerate Art, Dan Gallery, Tel-Aviv Décolleté, MOBY Factory, with Yonatan Shilo, Bat-Yam industrial area the Bat Yam museum of art The Fresh Paint 2 Art fair, Mitcham Hatachana, Tel Aviv Mani’s Haunted House, Mani’s House art space, Tel- Aviv Secret art 4, Mani’s House art space, Tel- Aviv Artist-Hunter: Part 1-Prey, the Nachum Guttmann Museum, Tel-Aviv A4, GSA, Glasgow, Scotland Prizes and scholarships 2015 ACDP artist workshop, invited by Artis, Artport Tel Aviv and Asylum arts The Joshua Rabinowitz and Tel Aviv municipality grant for special projects 2014 The Joshua Rabinowitz fund 2013 IDA Hanover, schir organization grant and Artist residency The Israeli lottery grant 2012 Young Artist award, the Israeli Ministry of Culture and Sport 2005 The Dr. Noam Schodowsky prize for a young artist 2004 Stipendium DAAD & Friends of Bezalel Academy, Hamburg Publications 2015 Ashuchit|Fichte (Artist book)


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Untitled, 2015 oil and acrylic on canvas 50 x 40 cm

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Eclipse, 2015 oil and acrylic on canvas 50 x 40 cm

Untitled, 2015 oil and acrylic on canvas 50 x 40 cm


Compote, 2015 oil and acrylic on canvas 50 x 40 cm

Factory, 2015 oil and acrylic on canvas 50 x 40 cm


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Nessie, 2015 oil, acrylic and spray on canvas 100 x 150 cm

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Garden, 2015 oil and acrylic on canvas 120 x 80 cm

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O r e n Born 1982, Israel Education 2009: B.A. “Hamidrasha School of Arts”, Beit Berl, Israel Solo Exhibitions 2014 “Exotica Park”, Kibutz Rosh Ha’nikra Gallery, Rosh Ha’nikra, Israel. Curators: Yuri Katz & Asia Dublin 2013 “Carnival Dream Cruise”, Ha’Agaf Gallery, Haifa, Israel. 2011 “Pudding”, Hanina Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Tsuki Garbian Dual Exhibitions 2012 “Practice” -Yaara Oren & Alma Shneor, Alfred Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Dina Yakerson “Four Generations: Ruth Schloss & Yaara Oren”, Tiroche Gallery, Herzliya, Israel. Curator: Einav Ziv. Selected Group Exhibitions 2015 “Painting Salon”, Ha’Kubiya Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel. Curator: Dan Orimian & Ella Cohen Vansover 2014 “They paint flowers”, Jaffa Art Salon Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Amit Cabessa “Selfie”, Ramleh contemporary art station, Ramleh, Israel. Curator: Liav Mizrahy “BENEFIT”, Stephen S. Wise Temple in partnership with Paddle 8, Los Angles, USA. Curator: Sharon Zoldan 2010-2013 “Regeneration 2 - Tomorrow Photographers Today”: world-wide traveling exhibition. Curators: Nathalie Hercshdorfer & William Erwing. Venues: ROSPHOTO, Saint Petersburg, Russia // Devos Art Museum, Marquette, Michigan, USA // Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA // Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, Florida, USA // Landkrona Museum, Landkrona, Sweden // Aperture Foundation, New York, USA // Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary // Galerie Azzedine Alaia, Paris, France // Caochangdi Photo Spring Festival,Pekina, China // Recontres International de la Photo de Fes, Fes, Morocco // Musee de I’Elysee,


Lausanne, Switzerland// Rencontres d’Arles, Arles, France// Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa// Pingyao International Photography Festival, Pingyao, china// Galleria Carla Sozzani, Milan, Italy// Centre Gallery, Miami Dade College, Miami, USA// Flash Forward Festival, Toronto, Canada// Fotoweek DC, Washington, USA. 2013 “Go Figure”, Ha’Agaf Gallery, Haifa, Israel. Curator: Yaara Oren. 2012 “Random”, BAAD Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Random “Metushelah”, Galon Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Avi Schneebaum. “BAAD Influence”, BAAD Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Johnatan Twitto. “Terra Nova”, The City Gallery, Bat Yam, Israel. Curator: Sharon Toval. “Mishloah Manot”, Indie Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curators: Gali Faber & Yael Ravid. 2011 “Musical Chairs”, Diagilev, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Ortal Mor. “Defamiliarization”, The Container, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curators: Hadas Avtalyon and Davy barel. “Rough Material”, Minshar College, Tel Aviv, Israel. “Facing Forward”, Forward Thinking Museum, Curators: Nathalie Hercshdorfer. 2010 “The First Decade”, Mofet Institute, Tell Aviv, Israel. Curators: Yuval Caspy and Dina Shenhav.

Haifa, Israel. 2014 “Menofim” Art Festival, Jerusalem, Israel. Curator: Dina Yakerson. “Book Art Weekend”, Art Plus Hotel, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Dina Yakerson. 2013 “Testing Tules”, Art Festival, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Carmit Blumensohn. 2012 “Fresh Paint 5” art fair, Artists’ Greenhouse, Tel Aviv, Israel.Curators: Matan Daube & Yifaat Gurion. Publications 2015: “Harama” Magazine, issue # 9, Trash. 2015: “Primadona” Magazine, issue # 1, interview by Shahar Sarig. 2014: “&” Magazine, # 1 issue, Supernatural. 2013: “Harama” Magazine, issue # 5, Homework. 2012: “Practice”, Artist Book with Alma Shneor, self published 2012: “Terra Nova”, Exhibition Catalog. Curator: Sharon Toval 2012: “Metushelah”, Exhibition Catalog. Curator: Avi Schneebaum 2011: “Saint Flora”, Artist Book, self published 2010: “Regeneration 2 - Tomorrow photographers today”,Thames & Hudson Publication, London, England. Curators: Nathalie Hercshdorfer & William Erwing 2010: “Leumi Art Collection”, Kineret Zmora Bittan Publication, Curator: Smadar Sheffy Awards and Scholarships

2009 “Mesilat Yesharim”, Street Exhibition, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Curator: Noam Venkart. Graduation Exhibition, “Hamidrasha” School of Arts, Beit Berl, Israel. Curators: Angella Klein and Talia Keynan. “Photography and Desire”, Tel-Hay Photography museum, Tel-Hay, Israel. “Secret Art 4”, Mani House, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Curators: Doron Pollek and Estie Drory

2015: Artis, Artport & Asylum Arts - Artist Career Development Program 2009: Excellence in Art Scholarship, Hamidrasha Art School, Beit Berl

Selected Art Events

Musee de I’Elysee, Lausanne, Switzerland Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa Leumi Collection, Israel Private collections

2015 “Art Book Fair”, Artport, Tel Aviv, Israel Curators: Vardit Gross & Karmit Galili. “Open Sketchbooks”, Fresh Paint Family # 1, Tel Aviv, Israel.Curator: Orly Maiberg. “Down”, Downtown Art Events, Haifa Film Festival,

Residency 2013: “Hige Res”, Ha’Agaf Gallery, Haifa, Israel. Collections


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Electric Moon, 2014 acrylic on canvas 154 x 174 cm


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Untitled, 2013 Silkprint on Paper 56 x 58 cm

Untitled 2012 Silkprint on Paper 56 x 76 cm


B.1973 Tel Aviv, Israel Art Education 2007- 2009 Postgraduate Studies, Bezalel Academy of Art & Design, Tel Aviv, Israel 2005 -2006 Kunstakademie Dusseldorf, Class of Prof. Albert Oehlen Dusseldorf, Germany 1998-1999 Foundation Degree Fine Art / Painting, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London, U.K Solo Exhibitions 2013 After All - Inga Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, israel 2011 Meiosis - Tel Aviv Artists’ Studios Space, Tel Aviv, Israel 2010 Lunch Break - Inga Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, israel 2004 Imprint - ‘Marshim’ Exhibition Series, Haifa Museum Of Ar, Haifa, Israel Transition - A Joint installation with Adi Mendler, Office in Tel Aviv Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel Selected Group Exhibitions 2014 No Place: BAAD Gallery Bezalel Academy, Tel Aviv, Israel 2013 Picola Germania: Cinque Garzoni, Venice, Italy Behind the Non Colours: Galerie Voss, Dusseldorf, Germany 2012 The Left Hand: The Faculties of Satan and the Work of Art - The University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 1+1* - Hamelaha Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel BAAD Influence - BAAD Gallery Bezalel Academy, Tel Aviv, Israel Planty - Minshar Art Space, Tel Aviv, Israel Mesibat Sium - The Heder Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2011 And what shall we do with Painting in the 21st Century? - Haifa Museum Of Art, Haifa, Israel Getaway - Art Gallery at the Memorial Center, Tivon, Israel Escaping Everything and Staying Forever - Pyramida Center for Contemporary Art, Haifa, Israel 2010 Response Time - Minshar Art Space, Tel Aviv, Israel. Add Sin to Crime - Inga Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, israel Mutt 2010 - Galery 39 for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, israel

2009 Ikonen des Sieges. Transformatione - Humboldtberlin, Berlin, Germany Cinque Garzoni - Cinque Garzoni / Mostra Internationale, Venice, Italy Haroshet: Bezalel MFA Graduate Show - Hatahana, Tel Aviv, Israel. 2008 Decline - The Heder Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel Flock - Bezalel Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2007 Lego - The Heder Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel 2005 Stars and Comets - Kunst Fabric Halle, Wuppertal, Germany Collections Haifa Museum of Art Collection Gottesman Collection, Tel Aviv N.Jaglom Collection, Tel Aviv Private collections in Israel and Abroad


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Untitled, 2015 oil on canvas 130 x 100 cm

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Untitled, 2015 oil on canvas 140 x 120 cm

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Born in 1974, Ramat-Gan, Israel, Lives and Works in Israel Education 2006 MFA program of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design 2004 B.E.D School of Art “Hamidrasha”, Biet Berl. Solo Exhibition 2014 Eminent Domain, Feinberg Projects, Tel Aviv 2013 Elad Kopler: Temperatures, Rappaport Prize for a Young Israeli Painter, Tel Aviv Museum of Art 2011 No man’s land, The Artists Studio, Tel Aviv 2009 After the Heat Wave, Tavi Dresdner gallery 2009 Black Clouds, Habres & Partner, Vienna 2008 Twilight, Biet– Berl Academic College gallery Fools Ship, Kibbutz Beeri Gallery, Kibbutz Beeri 2007 When despair becomes plausible, Tavi Dresdner Gallery. Ma’avarim, BietBerl Academic College gallery Group Exhibition 2015 Akhshav, Stein Rose Fine Art, New York, USA 2014 Select Art Fair, Miami Art Week, Litvak Gallery 2011 The coming community, Haifa Museum, curated by Yeela Hazut & Lee Veinberg 2009 Crisis of the genre, International Sculpture triennial, Poznan Poland 2008 Postpop, Israeli Cartoon Museum, Holon curated by Yuval Caspi Blat, Rothschild Gallery 69 Young Artist Award Exhibition, Haifa Museum Etchings, Scratches and Scars, Petach- Tikva Museum of Art White, “Inner Room” Tavi Dresdner Gallery (curator & participant) NOIR, Bienth Gallery, Tel-Aviv

2007 Exhibition by Kimmel-Eshkolot Architects ltd, Tel- Aviv Port Secret Art, Bank Hapoalim, Tel-Aviv Under the Sun, Gilit Fisher’s Gallery, Tel-Aviv BY THE WAY, Group exhibition, The Heder contemporary art, Tel- Aviv 7 sculptures, Tavi Dresdner Gallery, Tel-Aviv All overruns, Ha’Kibbutz Gallery, Tel-Aviv 2006 Shoshelet, (Dynasty), Sapir College, Shderot. 100 Years of Bezalel Art Academy, Ben– Gurion AirPort. Graduate’s Program exhibition, Bezalel Academy of Art & Design, Tel-Aviv. Group exhibition, Graduate’s Program Bezalel– Glasgow. Group Exhibition, Istanbul Biennial, with Graduate’s Program Bezalel Academy of Art & Design 2005 Group Exhibition, ByArt Projects Gallery. Artik 7, Ramat Gan Museum. 2004 Graduates Exhibition, Biet– Berl Academic College. 2003 Wounded, The “Midrasha” School of Art Gallery, Tel-Aviv. 2002 A Day will come artists, Artists for Arab– Israeli co– existence, Umm El-Fahm Gallery- Rosenfeld Gallery. Scholarships and Awards 2012 Rappaport Prize for a Young Israeli Painter, Tel Aviv Museum 2007 Young Artist Award, Ministry of science culture & sport 2006 Award for Excellence, Bezalel Academy of Art Design. 2005, 2006, 2007 America– Israel Cultural Foundation 2004 Excellence Award Scholarship, “Hamidrasha” School of Art Beit Berl College. Collections Bank Ha’poallim Collection; Filip Sofer Collection, NY; Sam & Yael Bachrach NY and on Private collections Publications Elad Kopler -Tempratures, catalogue, The Rappaport Prize for A Young Israeli Painter, 2012 The Aretz Magazine October 17th 2008 Block Magazine, # 05, winter 2008, pp. 151-153 Etchings, Scratches and Scars, Exhibition Catalogue 2008 2007 Jerusalem post – April 6th The winners 2007 – Haifa museum catalog – pp. 74-75 Israeli art fair of the Aid committee Bank Hapoalim catalog p.394


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Fence and cloud, 2015 acrylic on canvas 155 x 111 cm

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One centimeter from the heart (diptych), 2015 acrylic on canvas 40 x 48 cm each


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Born 1978, Kvutzat Yavne, Israel Lives and works in Jerusalem Education 2010-2012 Kerem institute for Jewish Humanist Education, Jerusalem. 2008-2010 Master of Fine Arts, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Tel-Aviv. 2002-2006 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem.

2013 “Spaces in the North”- selected works from Bank- Leumi collection, Hazor-Haglilit. Curator: Smadar Sheffi. “Spaces in the South”- selected works from Bank- Leumi collection, Sderot. Curator: Smadar Sheffi. “Fresh paint 6” Art-Fair, with Noga Gallery , Tel- Aviv.

Awards and Scholarships

2012 “Fresh paint 5” Art- fair, with Noga Gallery , Tel- Aviv.

2014 Schir Residency@Berlin, Friderike Schir Foundation 2007 Bachelor Scholarship, America-Israel Cultural Foundation. 2006 The Mitchell Presser Prize, Department of Fine Arts, Bezalel. 2005 Excellence Scholarship, America-Israel Cultural Foundation. Solo/ Dual Exhibitions 2014 “Notes to the wind”, “Art-Beijing 2014” Art-Fair, at the Israeli Embassy booth, Beijing- China. 2013 “Moon walks”, Noga Gallery, Tel- Aviv. 2012 “Moved room” - Collaboration with German artist Klaus Kleine, special project at Fresh Painr 05 Art fair, TelAviv. Curator: Friederike Schir. 2011 “The Same Sea / A Different Coast” - Collaboration with German artist Klaus Kleine, Galerie-61, GermanyBielefeld. Curator: Friederike Schir 2010 “Travelers’ Hut”/ “Salame 10”, MFA Graduate Show, Bezalel Gallery, Tel- Aviv. 2007 “Roaming”, Solo Gallery, Tel Aviv. Curator: Dana Taggar. Selected Group Exhibitions 2014 “International Art Symposium”, Museum Villa Bohm, Neustadt am der weinstrasse, Germany. Curator: Ralph Gelbert. “Journeys”, The Israel Museum, The Youth wing, erusalem. Curator: Kobi Ben- Meir. “Benefit- An Israeli Art Auction”, Stephen H. Wise Temple, Los- Angeles, USA. Curator: Sharon Zoldan. “Searching for the concealed”, P8 Gallery, Tel- Aviv. Curator: Shimon Lev. “Teachers 2014”, Ramla Regional Gallery. Curator: David Wakstein & Amitai Ring .

2011 “Open call for snow”, 39 Gallery Tel-Aviv.Curator: Danny Yahav-Brown. “Shesh-Besh”, Petach Tikva Museum of Art. Curator: Hadas Maor. “Vacuum”, Rawart Gallery Tel-Aviv. Curator: Noga Davidson. “Paper, rock & scissors”, The New Gallery, The Artists’ Studios, Jerusalem. Curator: Hedva Shemesh. 2010 AICF Gala Art Installation, Lincoln Jazz Center, NewYork. “2010-2011”, Hanina Gallery, Tel-Aviv. “Which Created Bezalel”, City Gallery, Kfar-Saba. “Manofim”, The New Gallery, The Artists’ Studios, Jerusalem. “Manofim”, May Gallery, Musrara, Jerusalem. “Going Out”, P8 Gallery, Tel-Aviv. 2009 Secret Art 4, Mani’s House art space, Tel- Aviv. “New Horizons”, Ramla Regional Gallery. 2008 Ramat Hasharon Biennale for Young Artists. “Fresh Paint 01”,The Young Israeli Art Fair, Tel- Aviv. “First News”, Art Center, Mevaseret Zion. 2007 “Artic 9”, Exhibition of the Recipients of the Sharett Scholarship for YoungIsraeli Artists, Tel Aviv University Gallery. 2006 “Painting Now”, Bernard Gallery, Tel Aviv. “Bezalel 100 Terminal 1”, Final Graduate Exhibition, Tel Aviv. “Artic 8”, Exhibition of the Recipients of the Sharett Scholarship for Young Israeli Artists, Tel Aviv University Gallery. 2005 “Artic 7”, Exhibition of the Recipients of the Sharett Scholarship for Young Israeli Artists, Ramat Gan Museum.


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Mother and Daughter, 2014 60 x 40 cm pastels and ink on paper


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This Is It, 2014 70 x 70cm oil on canvas

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Reunion, 2013 oil on canvas 70 x 50 cm

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Small change, 2013 oil on canvas 120 x 120 cm

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born in Tel Aviv, 1977 lives and works in Givataaim Education 2005-2007 M.F.A. Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Tel Aviv 2001-2005 B.F.A. With excellence, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem 2004 student exchange, Slade School of Fine Art, London 2000 painting and drawing studies, Ècole nationale des beaux-arts, Paris Solo exhibition 2015 “Paintings”, Kibbutz Meuhad Gallery 2014 “How to avoid mistakes”, Alfred Gallery Tel Aviv (with Talya Raz) 2010-2011 “Lilliane adventures”, Noga Gallery for Contemporary Art 2008 “Bell”, Haifa Museum of Art, followed by an artist book “Tropit”, Artists’ studios, Tel Aviv 2006-2007 “Bear hug”, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Selected group exhibitions 2015 “Detention facility #27, Beit Ha’ir Museum, Tel Aviv Painting Salon, Hacubia gallery, Jerusalem Artist notebooks, Fresh Paint Art Fair, Tel Aviv 2014 “Karavella”, Binyamin Gallery, Tel Aviv “They paint flowers”, Jaffa art salon “Chicago Triangle”, Haifa Museum 2013 “Tattoos”, The Senate Gallery, University of Beer Sheva “Not book”, Beit Ha’ir Tel Aviv “Ancestors”, Binyamin Gallery Tel Aviv “The winners”, Ashdod Museum 2012 “Let them eat cake, Hachava gallery Holon “Passing by”, Hanina gallery Tel Aviv “Planty”, Minshar art gallery

2011 “Household”, kibbutz Urim 2010 “Thus spoke bezalel”, Kfar Saba art gallery “And when anger becomes beauty”, Minshar art gallery 2009 “Maximalism”, Avni institute, Tel Aviv “Mind the cracks”, Tel Aviv Museum for art, “Wild exaggeration”, Haifa Museum of art “Fuckinh tourist”, Remap 2, hotel Galini, Athens “Cock eye”, male nude in contemporary Israeli art, Gal On gallery, Tel Aviv “League”, Amiad center, Jaffa / “Become a member”, Hahalalit art space, Tel Aviv 2008 “Attitude”, Barbur gallery, Jerusalem 2007-2008 “Traces III” the third biennale for drawing in Israel”, artists house, Jerusalem 2007 “Paper works”, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art “007”, M.F.A. Graduate show, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Tel Aviv 2006 “Collaboration on site”, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki “2006: Young artists”, Gordon gallery, Tel Aviv Tel Aviv Cinematheque, video dance festival 2005 Venta gallery, Jerusalem B.F.A. Graduate show, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Tel Aviv 2003 “Bezalel meeting”, Bezalel Academy Art Gallery, Tel Aviv Awards and grants 2012 Young artist award, the Israeli ministry of culture and sport 2010 Artist residency “Hotel pupik”, Schratenberg, Austria 2008 The Joshua Rabinowitch grant for artist book 2006 Bezalel bfa support grant for excellent student


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Origins, 2013 pencil on paper 115 x 87cm

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Untitled #1, 2015 120 x 90cm inkjet print 1/5+ 2AP

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Untitled #1, 2015 120 x 90cm inkjet print, 1/5+ 2AP


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N a v o k Education 2009-2007 Bezalel Academy of Art and Design - Master of Fine Art Program Studies 2005-2004 Continuation Program in fine art, Kalisher school of art Tel-Aviv. 2000-1995 The Wizo Hadasa College of Art and Design, Haifa. Awards and Grants 2014 The 2014 Israel Lottery Council for Culture and Arts grant 2012 The Creativity Encouragement Award, the Israeli Ministry of Culture 2012 Artist-teacher Scholarship, the Israeli Ministry of Culture 2011 Samuel Givon Prize, The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv 2009 Graduation with Excellence, Bezalel (MFA) program 2006 The Yehosua Rabinowitz Tel-Aviv Foundation, Grant for a solo show 2002 The America-Isreal Cultural Foundation, Scholarship (2001, 2002) 2001 The Dan Zakhem Foundation, Award for performance Solo Exhibitions 2015 Releasing a Butterfly - 2 person show with Eitan Ben Moshe at Alon Segev gallery, Tel Aviv Rounding Up the Hours, CCA, Tel Aviv, Curator: Chen Tamir Sur-Round-things, Due show with Jan Tichy, Circle1 gallery, Berlin 2013 Origins, Noga gallery, Tel Aviv 2010 New Infrastructures, lokal_30 gallery, Warsaw, Poland Panorama, Haifa Museum Of Art, curator: Rotem Ruff Scenery, Art Cologne, Germany, “new position for emerging artists” 2009 Tuxedo, as part of the Bezalel MFA graduates exhibition, curator: Sarit Shapira 2006 Frisbee,”saf project for young artists”, The artists’s house, Tel-Aviv, curator: Orly Hoffman


Group Exhibitions 2015 Objectonomy, Meet Factory, Prague The Crystal Palace & the Temple of Doom, Petach Tiqva Museum of Art 2014 Traces, Beyond Paper, The 5th Biennale for Drawing in Israel, Barbur gallery, Jerusalem A Matter of Lightness, Beit Michal, Rehovot Goods, Bat Yam Museum of Modern Art 2013 The Israeli Ministry of Culture prize 2012 receives, Ashdod Museum of Modern Art Invited by Daniel Laufer, Provinz Editions, Bochum Come Closer, Feinberg Projects, Tel aviv High celling, frishman 46, Tel Aviv Concrete Abstract, BAAD gallery, Tel Aviv 2012 Antropy, The Artists’ Studios Art Cube Gallery, Jerusalem Revisiting Rockefeller, Rockefeller Archaeological Museum, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, part of “Menofim” festival Open-closed-Open, Binyamin gallery, Tel Aviv The big Masonite, Sommer Gallery Salon Talks, Zaritsky Artists House, Tel Aviv 2011 Electric Garden, Contemporery By Gloconda, Tel Aviv Power line, Binyamin gallery Meshek-bait, Kibutz Urim gallery Monkies, nine people, Alenbi st. passage 2010 De-construct, -Ernst Gallery, Cologne Lockmotion, 121 gallery, Tel Aviv Fresh Paint, Art Fair, Tel Aviv Artissima Art fair, Torino, with lokal_30 gallery 2009 From Laboratory to Project, Neues Museum, Weimar Sandstormes and Rainbows, Sara Asperger Gallery, Berlin Art TLV, the 2nd Tel Aviv Biennial Snakes and Ladders, Rosenfeld Gallery There must be something more than this, Kav 16 gallery A4, The Glasgow school of Art 2008 Flock, The Bezalel Academy gallery, Tel Aviv Educated, Hakita gallery, Tel Aviv

2007 The Rear (haa’oreff), The 1st Herzliya Biennial of Contemporary Art The Upper authority, The lilinbloom st. offices, Tel Aviv The hidden viewer of the Israeli Art, Tmoona Gallery, Tel Aviv Rockart, Mishkenot Sh’aananim center, Jerusalem 2005 Blurr 5th addition, CCA , Tel-aviv Conspiracy, the Kalisher Gallery 2003 Blurr 4th addition, CCA ,Tel-aviv Artik, the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship winners, Ramat-Gan Museum of Art 2002 Artik, the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship winners, The Tel-Aviv University gallery Workshops and Residencies 2015 Artport, Tel Aviv Meet Factory, Prague 2014 Artist Career Development Program, organized by: Asylum Arts, Artis, and Artport 2010 Lokal_30 gallery, artist in residence, Warsaw 2009 A4, workshop, Glasgow school of Art (MFA exchange program) 2008 “(off) white city summer seminar” Bezalel (MFA) program and Saic Chicago school (MFA) program including participation in “Tzofia” - a performance by Ernesto Pujol in Tel Aviv 2005 Public art workshop, Anne Bray, UCLA-Bezalel (MFA) program Curating and Editing 2011-2007 Editing, designing and publishing PICNIC MAGAZINE issues 02, 03, 04, 05 along with Adi Englman and Meir Kordevani 2010-2011 Co-curated Picnic at Beit Hair, Tel Aviv 2009 Co-curated: 2nd Herzliya Biennial


Guy Yanai White House oil on linen 60 x 74 cm


Rosenbach Contemporary, the only private gallery in Jerusalem devoted to exhibiting and promoting contemporary Israeli Art was founded by Uri Rosenbach in September 2015. Whether established or emerging artists, Nogah Davidson, the gallery curator and creative director demands the highest quality. Located in the exclusive King David St. area, Rosenbach Contemporary promises to re-establish the conversation surrounding contemporary art in Jerusalem. Uri Rosenbach, founder of Rosenbach Contemporary began his career in fine art in 1996 in a major gallery on King David St. in Jerusalem. He quickly advanced and became director of the gallery. The growth of the company was extremely rapid as he guided the company to new territory not previously considered. Following the takeover of a leading auction house, he served as the main auctioneer (licensed in New York) and CEO from 2007. Due to certain structural changes, in 2014 Uri decided to resign his position and establish Stein Rose Fine Art together with Julianne Steindler. Following the success of Stein Rose, Rosenbach decided to concentrate his efforts in Jerusalem and established Rosenbach Contemporary. Nogah Davidson, Curator and Creative Director of Rosenbach Contemporary graduated from the Midrasha School of Art in 2007 Following graduation, she decided to pursue a career in the backstage of the art world and held various positions including producer, gallery assistant, writer, translator and gallery tour guide. In 2011 Davidson was appointed as the in-house curator of Raw Art Gallery in Tel Aviv. Holding this position for nearly five years, her work gained continuous critical acclaim and public interest. Known for her ability to maintain a quality exhibition program of innovative art within a commercial space, she was invited to help build Rosenbach Contemporary from its inception and define its unique identity within the current art world.


16 King David St. (entrance on Hess St.) Jerusalem, Israel t - +972-507-516091 uri@rosenbach.co.il

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Catalog  

Modernism 2016 is a curated exhibition of Contemporary Israeli artists whose work reflects a new interest in Modernistic aesthetics

Catalog  

Modernism 2016 is a curated exhibition of Contemporary Israeli artists whose work reflects a new interest in Modernistic aesthetics

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