Noa Yekutieli (b. 1989, California, US) is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist working between Tel Aviv, Israel and Los Angeles, California.
Her signature manual paper-cutting technique is often combined with images and objects, addressing the tensions between shared human experiences complicated through cross-cultural perspectives that often accompany immigration and multicultural families.
Over the past decade, Yekutieli has exhibited her work in both local and global leading arts institutions and spaces, including the Shanghai Himalayas Museum, China; Augsburg Kunstverien, Germany; The Israel Museum, Israel; Changjiang Museum of Contemporary Art, China; Kunstmuseum, Ahlen, Germany; Bienalsur, Contemporary Art Museum of Rosario, Argentina; Eretz Israel Museum, Israel; The Israeli-Palestinian Pavilion, Nakanojo Biennale, Japan; Open Contemporary Art Center, Taiwan; Janco Dada Museum, Israel; Artist House, Israel; and at the Wilfrid Museum, Israel. Yekutieli held solo exhibitions in various galleries such as Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel; Track 16 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Gisela Clement, Bonn, Germany; Marina Gisich Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia; Inga Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel; and Galerie Sabine Knust, Munich, Germany. Her works are included in multiple collections, including the Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art, the Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Arts, Serge Tiroche Collection, Rachel & Dov Gottesman Collection, Ann & Ari Rosenblatt Collection, ORS Collection, and more.
Forthcoming in 2022 Yekutieli has various exhibitions planned such as solo exhibitions at Galerie Gisela Clement, Bonn, Germany, and Knust Kunz Gallery, Munich, Germany.
Yekutieli won the Young International Artist Award by OUTSET & TAAC (2014) and received grants from Deutsche Bank Israel (2014), OUTSET (2014) and the Art Book Grant from The Israeli Lottery Council for Culture (2015).