Visual Arts

About Ami Shinar

Born and lives in Tel Aviv, Israel, Ami Shinar graduated Architecture and Urban Planning at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology (1976). Practiced in Boston (1905 – 1990) and upon returning to Israel was nominated as Head Architect of Ministry of Housing and Construction.

Since 1991, together with his partner Amir Mann, established one of the leading architectural firms in the country, responsible for award winning projects such as Eilat-Ramon Airport, National Library of Israel, Haifa Waterfront Plan, Z design Building and many more.

While doing architecture, Ami has been painting and drawing. Among his teachers are Itzhak Danziger and Yoav Barel, Rafi Lavie, Gas Ullman and Zvi Lachman. While in Boston Ami studied painting at the Museum of Fine Arts School.

Solo Exhibitions:

Maximum Allowable Load, Zezeze Gallery, Tel Aviv, 2014, Curator: Bosmat Hareuveni

Troubled Spaces, Montefiore Auction House Gallery, Tel Aviv, 2016, Curator Ahuva Israel

Group Exhibitions:

Architect Paintings, Lighthouse Gallery, Jaffa, 2001, Curator: Ruth Jacobson

Architects Paint Bahaus, Bahaus Center, Tel Aviv, 2004, Curator: Shmuel Yavin

Art in Tel Aviv, open-air exhibition in Rothchild Boulevard, Tel Aviv, 2009

Sketchbooks, Zezeze Gallery, Tel Aviv, 2013, Curator Eli Nawi

The White Street, Installation, Soho Design Center, Tel Aviv, 2014, Curator Giora Orian

Ami Shinar

Visual Arts
Architecture, Drawing & Painting

tel aviv, Israel
Grant Recipient

Artist Gallery