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About Shlomit Dror

Shlomit Dror is a curator currently based in Israel. She recently held the position of Assistant to the Chief Curator at the Israel Museum, and in addition to this has curated shows at Barbur Gallery in Jerusalem, among other cultural institutions in Israel.

Prior to this, Shlomit Dror was based in New York and has organized several group exhibitions including, “In Her Eyes: Women Behind and in Front of the Camera,” (Newark Museum, 2012), “F_ll in the Bl_nk” (NARS Foundation, 2013), “Ready or Not: 2014 New Jersey Arts Annual” (Newark Museum, 2014), “Seeing through Abstraction” (Residency Unlimited, 2015), “Story of a Story” (Smack Mellon, 2015), “Almost Home: Between Staying and Leaving a Phantom Land” (Dorsky Gallery, 2017), group exhibition at Paul Robeson Galleries at Rutgers University (2017), among others. Dror’s writing has been published through CUE Art Foundation’s Young Art Critics Mentoring Program and has been included in several exhibition catalogs. In addition, Dror held the position of the Consulting Curator of American Art at the Newark Museum, and has worked in various institutions, including El Museo del Barrio, The Felix Gonzalez -Torres Foundation, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Inchoen Women Artists Biennale. She has served as a visiting critic at Art Port (Tel Aviv), Bezalel Academy of Art (Jerusalem), Residency Unlimited, The Wassaic Project, Wave Hill Visual Arts Program and the Elizabeth Foundation in New York. She received an MA in Museum Studies from New York University and a BA in Art History and Latin American Studies from Bard College. She also took part in Independent Curators International’s (ICI) Curatorial Intensive program.

Shlomit Dror

Visual Arts