Artist workshop 'Tropical lab", Lasalle College of the arts, Singapore, 2012
Bezalel Academy of Art & Design, M.F.A program, 2011-2013
Sorbonne, French Language, 2011
Tel Aviv University, Completion of literature conversion course to B.A., 2009-2010
Alma College a Home for Hebrew culture, “Amitim Course”, 2007-2009
Bezalel Academy of Art & Design, B.F.A, 2003-2007
Slade School of Fine Arts, student exchange program, London, 2006
City & Guilds of London Art School, foundation course, 2002-2003
Bachlorhood, Koresh 14, Jerusalem, 2014
Bezalel Academy MFA Graduate show, 2013
Land, Lasalle College of the arts, Singapore, 2012
Performance in collaboration with artist Majida Khattari, Habima theatre, TA 2012
Fantasy Magazine, Koresh 14, Jerusalem, 2011
Entrance, Tal Gallery, Kfar Havradim, 2010
Lablama Body Project, NY, 2009
Shmua, Private House for Contemporary Art, Herzlia, 2009
Abstract Now, Kayma Gallery, Jaffa 2009
Ramat Hasharon Biennale for Young Artists, 2008
Mivtza Koresh, curator & organizer, Jerusalem 2008
Supreme now, Hanina Gallery, 2008
Snap shot, Ironi Ramle Gallery, 2008
Secret Art, Leumi Tel Aviv, 2007
Mivtza Koresh, curator & organizer, Jerusalem 2007
Bezalel Academy Graduate show, 2007
Video group exhibition, Tzavta Theatre Tel Aviv, 2007
Gender Space, The open house, Jerusalem, 2007
The Woburn Show, Group Show, the Slade School of Art: London, 2006
Young Encounter, Tal Gallery, Kfar Vradim, 2005
Final exhibition, Foundation City & Guilds of London Art School, 2003
Portraits, Alternative Space, Tarshiha, 2003
The Hayek Center for Contemporary Art, Exhibition and Lecture, 2010
I am one of the Co-founders and initiators of the Koresh14 organization of culture and art.
Koresh14 is a non-profit organization that was developed within the premises of a large housing
complex in Jerusalem.
Lorin & Mitchell Parser award, 2007
Leumi Bank collection
Exhibition catalogue pages 56-59, Lablama Body Project, NY, 2009
Interview, Abstract Now, Kayma Gallery, Jaffa 2009
The limits of movement of art, Smadar Shefi, Haaretz, Gallery page 3, 14.8.2007
One saint, Yuval Ninio, Israel Today, culture, page 16, 2.8.2007
For the house, Niv Chaclili, Maariv, culture, 9.11.2007
Bezalel Graduate Exhibition, Yonatan Hirschfeld, The new gallery, artend 31.7.2007
Art Workshops at Koresh 14, Jerusalem, 2013-2014
Film screening and Lectures ,2013-2014
Art instructor at Nachum Gutman Museum of Art – Painting classes, portfolio preparation and personal guidance, 2010-2012
Co-founder and initiator of the Koresh organization of culture and art 2007- 2010
Graphic Designer, The Marker newspaper, 2008
Computer consultant, Hebrew University, 2005-2007
Speaks fluently Hebrew and English, Basic French, Basic Arabic
large scale paintings on synthetic grass, pigments, wood and spray paint, 2016
The Persian Princess project introduce artificial turf large paintings, processed with layers of acrylic and spray paint. The paintings are displayed on the walls and the floor.
The name refers to a story about a mummy discovered in Pakistan in 2000. The Mummy aroused great interest among the researchers, because of the Egyptian embalming, which was incorporated with writing and symbols from ancient Persia. There were several speculations about the identity of the woman mummified, and the main assumption was of The Persian Princess, 6th century BC, Rodogon, daughter of king Xeroxes I of Persia. Due to the value of this finding began a diplomatic debate between Iran, Pakistan and Iraq, to whom it belonged.
With the progress of archaeological research, there were some errors in the ancient script, as well as errors of the typical embalming of ancient Egypt. Finally, it became clear that it was a fake, and tests have shown that the Mummy pathologies were of an anonymous woman in her twenties, who was murdered in 1996.
The extreme movement between the perception of the archeological object from an honored Princess to a woman who was murdered, is what shocked me. The works function as a tribute to the anonymous woman who became in an instant from the status of a Princess in a gold-plated coffin displayed in National Museum, to a vicious murder victim that everyone very quickly lost interest in her.
I picked up the signs and symbols used by the forgers, such as engraved rosettes, Cypress gold, the icon of Ahura Mazda, Gold Crown, etc.
Then I painted the symbols on artificial grass, and created a hybrid of lyrical abstract paintings, Persian rugs and graffiti murals. The works that are shown on the walls and on the floor seem to be graffiti murals and next they seem to be rugs, in both cases they are synthetic imitation of the original.
Haaretz Gallery, new exhibitions,