Visual Arts

About Gabriela Gleizer

Gabriela Glazer graduated from the Photography Department at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (BFA).

She is usually interested in documentary photography and social and cultural issues. Gabriela sees the city where she lives in, Jerusalem, as an ideal place to explore the social, cultural, and political aspects, in addition to the historical background of the city, and find great interest in wandering the streets and neighborhoods, meeting people and trying to understand and deepen the complexity that characterizes the city.

Gabriela's work has been published in Haaretz newspaper, a photography blog of Vogue Italy, an outdoor exhibition in Athens, and more. The annual project she did in her third year at Bezalel, Portraits in Light Rail Stations, was accepted to be exhibited at the 2019 Florence Biennale.

Awards and Grants

​(2018) Paul and Deane Schatz Award for a work on Social Involvement.

​(2018) Excellence Scholarship for the Young Israeli Artist, America-Israel Cultural Foundation.

Selected Group Exhibitions

(2018) “Around The Pit”, Israel Photography Festival, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

​(2018) “In The Museum of Nature”, Graduate Exhibition BFA, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel.

(2018) “Neshel” Group exhibition, Museum of Natural History, Jerusalem, Israel.

(2017) "My Place, No Place”, Street exhibition curated by “Void”, Athens, Greece.

​(2017) “The Magnum Swap Shop”, London, UK

Publications& Features

​(2019) The Appearance of Jerusalem, Ha-Makom Magazine.

​(2019) ”Katamon’s”, C41 Magazine.

​(2019) ”Katamon’s”, Diversions Curated by M&C Saatchi Little Stories.

(2019) ”Katamon’s”, Trip Magazine.

(2018) “Forbidden Loves and Prehistoric Animals in Jerusalem”, Article on selected graduates works, “Haaretz” Newspaper.

(2018) “Photo of The Day”, Vogue Italia.

​(2018) “There Is No Rest at The Cemetery”, Article about diptych, “Haaretz” Newspaper.

(2018) Feature, Coeval Magazine.

Gabriela Gleizer

Visual Arts

Jerusalem, Israel
Grant Recipient