Talia Israeli

    תל אביב, Israel


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    Born in 1976, Talia Israeli currently lives and works in Tel-Aviv.  In 2002 she received a BFA from the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design in  Jerusalem, and in 2005 she completed the MFA program at Goldsmiths  in London.  Israeli teaches painting at the Bezalel department of fine  art and was the head of the art dep. at the Minshar school of art in Tel-Aviv between 2009-2012.

    Israeli’s paintings often depict her immediate surroundings but with a  strategy of replacement – turning cityscapes and landscapes into  mental images.   Amongst Israeli’s solo exhibitions: Last City, at the Tavi Art Gallery, Tel- Aviv; Low Ground at the Evoke gallery for contemporary art, Santa Fe;  and Bio Power at the Alon Segev Gallery, Tel-Aviv. Selected group  exhibitions include: Gallery 39, Art Forum, Berlin; FA Projects, London; Hanngar  Bicocca, Milano; The Artists’ Studio, Tel-Aviv; Robert Sandelson Gallery,  London; Alon Segev Gallery, Tel-Aviv; Winzavod, Moscow Contemporary  Art Center, Moscow; and Ramat-Gan Museum, Ramat-Gan, Israel.

    Israeli has received various awards including: The Bezalel’s Achievment  award, The Sharet Award for young artists by the America-Israel Cultural  Foundation, shortlisted for the Celeste Art Prize, and received an MFA  grant from the AIA. Israeli’s paintings can be found in many private  collections worldwide and in public collections such as the Tel-Aviv


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    Talia Israeli’s exhibition One of The Mountains at The Jerusalem Artists’ House (Curator: Yael Katz Ben Shalom) comprises works ranging between black and white. Large schematic paintings on canvas are joined by contrasting landscape drawings on small-f…