American-Israeli-French artist, Brigitte NaHoN born in Nice (France) lived and worked 15 years in New York City, made Alyah in July 2008 from New York City and now lives and works in Bat Yam. Brigitte has a Master’s degree in Fine Arts from the Provence University and a second Master’s degree in Fine Arts from la Sorbonne in Paris (France). She has pushed the limits of life, of space and of time in her being and her artwork since 1985. Brigitte creates sculptures in of different scale, from small to monumental. She uses the artistic mediums, from drawing and sometimes painting, to show privileged moments of life when everything is balanced with an infinity of possibilities.
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2019 Brigitte NaHoN. Ysebaert Gallery. Sint-Martens-Latem, near Gent, Belgium. 2017 Brigitte NaHoN in Tel Aviv. Artist House of Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv. 2015 Brigitte NaHoN. Galerie Iragui. Moscow. 2013 Haim Shelley, Part two Works from NYC to TLV. Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York City. 2012 Haim Shelley, Part One Works from NYC to TLV. The FIAF Gallery, New York City. 2012 Brigitte NaHoN Self- Portraits. Galerie Iragui, Moscow. 2006 Brigitte NaHoN- The Untouchables. The Dune Eco. Beach, Tamil Nadu, India. 2005 LeHaim HaiaH. Galerie Jérôme de Noirmont, Paris. 2002 Opera-Brigitte Nahon. Galerie Jérôme de Noirmont, Paris. 2000 Brigitte NAHON. Cristinerose Gallery, New York City. 1998 Brigitte NAHON. Cristinerose Gallery, New York.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITION: 2019 KIAF – Korean International Art Fair. Pink Galley. Seoul. 2018 The HVCCA, Hudson Valley Center of Contemporary Arts, Peekskill, NY. 2017 Between I and Thou, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (HVCCA Moca) Peekskill, NY. 2014 There is more downstairs. Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York City. 2013 All of Me. Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York City. 2012 Word Symbol Space. The Jewish Museum of New York City. 2012 Word Symbol Space. The Jewish Museum of New York City. 2011 Brigitte NaHoN Self-portraits. Iragui Gallery, Moscow. 2010- 2009 Criss-cross. The Corine Maman Museum of the City Ashdod, Israel. 2008 Singular. Luxe Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York City. 2007- 2008 Intrusions au Petit-Palais. 20 Years of the contemporary art collection of the city of Paris (fmac). Musée du Petit-Palais de Paris, Paris. 2006 Light x Eight: The Hanukkah Project. The Jewish Museum of New York City. 2004 La Marche vers la vie. III ème Festival International de Sculpture, Monte-Carlo Gardens, Principauté of Monaco. 2002 Alter Ego. City of Luxembourg and Metropolitan History Museum, Place Guillaume II, Luxemburg, Principauté of Luxemburg. 2002 Connecting Worlds. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington DC. 2000 La Beauté. Mission de l’An 2000, Avignon. 1999 Les Champs de la Sculpture II. Champs- Elysées, Paris. 1998 Loose Threads. The Serpentine Gallery, London. 1995 Avant-garde walk a Venezia, Biennale Off.
2021 Special financial help for artist during COVID. 2019 Brigitte NaHoN Artist Conference on 35 years of work, La Sorbonne University, Paris. 2019 Panel on Poïetic, process of creation, Art Seminar, CNRS Art Department at CNAM (conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers), Paris. 2017 certificate of honours, recognition letter in Yuri Stern competition. 2008 Became Israeli citizen on July 10, 2008. 2006 Artist in Residency, The Dune Eco. Beach, Tamil Nadu, India. 2006 Became American Citizen as a national treasure interest in Arts. 2005 to now Who is Who (France) as an international artist. 1994, NaHoN received The Villa-Medicis- Hors-les Murs Award, French Ministry of Foreigner Affairs (went to New York City). 1993 First Award in Fine Arts (Sculpture), Salon de Montrouge, France. 1992 Award & Grant for the creativity in Arts, Direction Regionale d’Art Contemporain (DRAC) Iles- de- France, Paris. 1995 to 2021 Who is Who (France) as an international artist. 1994 Award & Grant Villa Medicis Hors les Murs. French Foreigners Affairs Ministry. Worked and lived in New York City for 14 years. 1993 First Award in Fine Arts (Sculpture), Salon de Montrouge, France. 1992 Award & Grant for the creativity in Arts, Direction Regionale d’Art Contemporain (DRAC) Iles- de- France, Paris.