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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

Group Exhibitions

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


Solo Exhibition

The Hayek Center for Contemporary Art, Exhibition and Lecture, 2010


Additional information

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



Private collections

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



Work Experience
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


Additional info

Speaks fluently Hebrew and English, Basic French, Basic Arabic


The Sweet Water Canal 2017

Currently showing at The Art Cube gallery in Jerusalem. For curator's text click here

The exhibition centers around several paintings and objects that were taken by an Israeli soldier from an Egyptian home in the Yom Kippur War‭. ‬Decades later‭, ‬the soldier‭ ‬‮–‬‭ ‬who became a painter and was my professor‭ ‬‮–‬‭ ‬was surprised by the resemblance of my works to the paintings he took from the Egyptian painter‭. ‬He shared the objects he had taken with me‭, ‬which led me to search for‭ ‬cultural and artistic associations between Israel and Egypt’s‭. ‬


‬I created a tribute to the anonymous Egyptian painter‭, ‬displaying the original objects looted from him alongside his recreated desk and Coveted Objects for Plunder‭; ‬These are hybrid reconstructions based on the loot taken by the soldier‭, ‬and‭ ‬“Egyptian”‭ ‬commodities brought from the British Museum’s gift shop‭. ‬


The exhibition setting refers both to the views of the Sweet Water Canal depicted in the drawings‭, ‬and to the artifacts looted from Egypt which are still displayed in Europe‭. ‬

*The Sweet Water Canal, also known as Ismaïlia Canal, carries fresh water to the settlements near the Suez Canal.

*The exhibition was made possible thanks to the generous support of Asylum Arts, Via Sabra, and Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, Tel Aviv

Installation View
Installation View
The Egyptains Table
Mashrabiya with Pyramids
Installation View
Arch with donkeys
The white scene
Sweet Water Canal Vitrine
The Vitrine with originals
Arch detail
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