Noa Ginzburg is an installation artist working and living in New York. She was born and raised in Israel, and received her BSc from Tel Aviv University (2008) and BFA from Shenkar College (2012). She is a recent alumnus (2019) of the MFA Studio Art program at Hunter College in New York. During her candidacy, she received a CUNY Graduate Travel Award and the UJA Nerken Scholarship.
Noa Ginzburg has shown in solo, two people, and collective and group exhibitions in Tel Aviv, Medellin, and New York. She recently presented a site-specific installation in Survey Dover Plains in Dutchess county in Upstate NY and exhibited this year with P.A.D, Steven Harvey Fine Arts Projects and Kunstraum LLC Galleries in New York City.
Ginzburg is a laureate of the UNESCO-Aschberg residency program (2014), a recipient of the Tel Aviv’s Ravinovich grant for special projects (2015, 2016), a grant recipient from Artis in support of her work in MDE 15 (2015), alumni of the Alma Culture Fellowship in Tel Aviv (2015), and an Asylum Arts grant recipient (2016).