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Alma Itzhaky Alma Itzhaky, (b. 1984) lives and works in Tel Aviv, has received her Fine Arts Diploma from Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College (2005), and graduated the Advanced Interdisciplinary Studio Program at Hamidrasha School of Art (2012). Currently, Itzhaky is teaching at the interdisciplinary art department at the Shenkar Academy. Itzhaky’s paintings […]

Alon Kedem b.1982, Israel lives and works in Jerusalem ” I like the mess of painting: a wild space of diverse occurrences, a jumbled language, blowing in the wind, unraveled. Sunset transforms into a sign which transforms into a screen which transforms into a painting. Meaning is superimposed upon meaning, language upon language. Almost an […]

Alona Harpaz Born in 1971 Tel Aviv, Israel Lives and works in Berlin, Germany Education 1995-1999 BA HaMidrasha, The Art teacher’s training college, Ramat Hasharon, Israel 1993-1995 International Center of Photography, New York 1991-1993 Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, Israel 1985-1989 Wizo Tsarfat High school, Photography Department, Tel Aviv, Israel Selected Solo Exhibitions […]

Amit Cabessa Happiness “In my work, I try to create a sense of disappearance: the character’s physical attributes slowly dissolve as a void is formed. As opposed to the massiveness of the surroundings, the individual emerges in its singularity, with the potential to spread into a larger metaphysical unity.  By using a concoction of images […]

Andreas Golinski Born in the Ruhrgebiet city of Essen, the artist Andreas Golinski has studied in Basel and lives part time in Italy. Although his works contain an inherent social criticism, they remain private and even intimate. He lets collective fears, childhood traumas and desires take shape in his bulky, raw works. Steel, glass, black […]

Arik Miranda Born in Israel, 1972 Lives and works in Tel Aviv Education 1997-1998 Hamidrasha School of Visual Art, Beit Berl College, Israel 1995-1997 Avni Institute of Art and Design, Tel Aviv Solo Exhibitions 2012 ‘The Luckiest People in the World’, Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv 2011 ‘Summer’, Gallery 39 for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv […]

Benni Efrat Benni Efrat immigrated to Palestine in 1947. From 1959 to 1961, he studied at the Avni Institute of Art and Design in Tel Aviv under Yehezkel Streichman  (1906–1993). From 1966 to 1976, he lived in London, where he studied at Saint Martin’s School of Art in London. Benni Efrat was one of the […]

Brendan Fowler – CV

BRIAN ALFRED (b. 1974 in Pittsburgh, PA) Brian Alfred lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Alfred received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1997 from Pennsylvania State University and his Master of Fine Arts degree in 1999 from Yale University. In his paintings, collages, and digital animations, Brian Alfred surveys the urban landscape and […]

Carsten Nicolai Carsten Nicolai-CV

Darren Goins Lives and works in Los Angeles Education: 2004-2009 Univeresity of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC BFA:Photography and Printmaking, Minor in Art History Awards + Experience: 2013 FCA Grant, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, New York, NY 2012-13 Public art commission, NYCDOT, New York, NY 2011-12 Artist in residence, Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, […]

Hillel Roman “…The significance of the concrete versus the metaphorical, the human desire to get through the metaphor and to touch, the vain struggle to bridge the distance between the eye and the hand. Maybe that is the” privilege of the painter/sculptor, and the source of his relevance, despite it all. In any case, I […]

Igael Tumarkin (born 1933,   Dresden, Germany) Igael Tumarkin, a distinguished Israeli artist with decades of an intensely creative career in the course of which his work has been constantly in the public eye. Though born in Germany he is considered the most Israeli of local artists. Working with Hezi Cohen Gallery for more than two […]

Ilan Baruch (Born in 1974, Jerusalem) Ilan Baruch was born in 1974, to a religious family from the Geula neighborhood in Jerusalem. In 1988 he began his studies at the School of Painting and Sculpture founded by Rabbi Adin Steinzaltz, where he met painter Lillian Klapisch, who taught there at the time. In 1992 Klapisch exhibited […]

JAN TICHY Born in Prague, 1974 Lives and works in Chicago Education 2007-2009 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Sculpture Department, MFA 2005-2007 Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Tel Aviv, Advanced Studies in Fine Art 1999-2002 Jerusalem School of Photography & New Media, Photography Department 1995-1999 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Political Science […]

Klone B. 1983 in Kharkov, Ukraine, currently lives and works in Tel Aviv. Influenced by his childhood emigration from the Ukraine to Israel, Klone’s initial practice of tagging and graffiti were personal challenges to themes of diaspora. This urban tradition allowed him to take ownership of his surrounding and localize an often hostile and alienating […]

Lea Nikel Born in the Ukraine in 1918, Lea Nikel immigrated to Palestine at the age of two. She grew up in Tel Aviv, studied with Gliksberg, Stematsky and Streichman. To continue her studies she travelled to Paris, where she lived and worked between 1950-1961,an important decade in the history of postwar European art. Nikel […]

Leo Ray Born in 1950, in Vilnius, Lithuania, Since 1991 lives in Tel Aviv, Israel. Graduated Vilnius University and Vilnius Academy of Arts Works in painting, graphics, small-scale sculpture. Head of the painting program in BASIS School of Sculpture (2006-2014). Selected Solo Exhibitions 2017 Collages, Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv Infinite Painting, St. Louis University […]

Lothar Hempel Born in Cologne, 1966 Lives and works in Berlin Education 1987–1992 Kunstakademie Düsseldorf Selected Solo Exhibitions 2014 People Like You Make It Easy, Anton Kern Gallery, New York Mäusebunker, The Kitchen, New York, NY 2013 Loneliness is a cloak you wear, a deep shade of blue is always there, Gerhardsen Gerner, Berlin Lothar […]

Madeleine Boschan born 1979, lives and works in Berlin. Since 2008 she has participated in numerous institutional exhibitions throughout Europe and North America, amongst others: ACLA – Art Center Los Angeles. Autocenter, Berlin. b-05, Montabaur. Castlefield Gallery, Manchester. Daimler Contemporary, Berlin. Einraumhaus, Mannheim. Enea, Rapperswil-Jona. Forgotten Bar, Berlin. Galerie Bernd Kugler, Innsbruck. Galerie Klaus Gerrit […]

Matthew Chambers Born 1982, Boise, ID Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA Education MFA Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles, CA, 2006 BFA University of Miami, Miami, FL, 2004 Selected Solo and Duo Exhibitions 2015 Praz-Delavallade, Paris, France Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY 2014 Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv, with Brendan Fowler […]

Meir Pichhadze Meir Pichhadze was born in 1955 in Georgia. He has emerged as one the most prominent and leading painters in Israel. His work was featured in several exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including at the Hezi Cohen Gallery, which represents the artist’s estate. Pichhadze initiated his art journey when together with his […]

Michal Rovner Rovner (b. 1957, Israel) work in video, sculpture, drawing, sound, and installation reflects on the continuum of human experience. Her work defines an evocative language of abstraction, dealing with themes such as time, history, and science. While generally avoiding specific issues or events, Rovner’s work shifts between the poetic and the political, and […]

Nahum Tevet 1946 – Born  in Kibbutz Messilot, Israel 1969-70 – Studied  painting with painter  Raffi Lavie since 1973 – Lives and works in Tel Aviv 1980-2013 – Professor  at the Fine Art Department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem 2001-2010 – Head of the Master’s Degree Program in Fine Art, Bezalel Academy of […]

Nir Harel Born in Israel, 1978 Lives and works in Tel Aviv Education 2009-2010 MFA, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Tel Aviv 2009 Student Exchange, New School, New York 2000-2004 BFA, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem 2003 Student Exchange, Slade, London Solo Exhibitions 2014 New Family, Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv Changing […]

Nirit Takele Born in Ethiopia in 1985, Takele immigrated to Israel in 1991 in “Operation Solomon” an Israeli military operation that transported more than 14,000 Ethiopian Jews to Israel in 36 hours. Although she grew up with very few memories of her childhood in Ethiopia, Nirit has been painting from a very young age practicing […]

CV_Noga Shtainer_2019

Ori Reisman Reisman was born 1924, Tel Yoseph, Israel. He participated in Aklim Group (founded 1974). He died in 1991. He studied at the studio of Yitzhak Frenkel, Tel Aviv in 1939 and at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, with Jean Souverbie’s Monumental Art Workshop from 1951 to 1953. He taugh at the Kibbutz Cabri, […]

Rami Maymon Rami Maymon Born in Israel, 1976 Lives and works in Tel Aviv Education 2001-2003 MFA, Bezalel Graduate of Fine Art Program, Tel Aviv 1995-1999 BFA, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem 1998 Cooper Union of Art and Science, Manhattan, NY Solo Exhibitions 2015/16 Further Reading, the Lauren and Mitchell Presser Photography Award […]

Ron Amir Ron Amir (b. 1973, Israel) engages in long-term projects, highlighting politically, socially, culturally, and economically marginalized communities. His practice is characterized by the use of an analog camera to produce large-format photographs, thus necessitating a slow and deliberate working process, turning the camera itself into a tool for social interaction. Amir chooses to […]

Rona Stern Born in Israel, 1984. Education 2017-2019 Meisterschuler at the Intermedia class of Prof. Alba D’Urbano,HGB, Hochschule fur Grafik and Buchkunst, Leipzig, Germany 2008-2011 B.Ed.F.A. Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College, Israel Solo Exhibitions 2018 Those who cannot remember the past are destined to repeat it, Tobacna 001 Culture Center, Ljublijana, Slovenia 2017 […]

Shay Kun Born in Israel in 1974. Lives and works in New York. Known for his hyper-surrealist style. As an artist who is firmly averse to painting from the real-world, Shay’s central focus is to contrast the decay of the artificial with that of the natural to create an organic digital removal from the original […]

Siglit Landau At her core Landau is a sculptress; her work keeps a vibrant continuity between the formative living act of creating, and the final restive product created. She is best known for her epic multimedia installations which explore the complexities of living in a divided, traumatic geographical reality, arguably one of the most conflict […]

Tai Shani Born 1976, London Solo Exhibitions & Projects 2011: Anti-Antigone End Time , FRAC Nord Pas de Calais for Loop, Barcelona 2010: W.O.W. Noumenon Dilation: Reduced to 3 Artprojx, London Last Night I Dreamt I was Venus… Barbican, London Tai Shani ICA Screentest ICA London 2009: Empire and Daughter Isotope Spike Island /The Arnolfini, […]

Tal Yerushalmi-CV

Tsibi Geva Tsibi Geva is one of Israel’s most prominent and influential artists. Born in 1951 in Kibbutz Ein Shemer, Israel, Geva lives and works in Tel Aviv and New York. Since 1979 he has exhibited extensively worldwide. Solo exhibitions include the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1984); Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (1985); Tel Aviv Museum […]

Uri Katzenstein  Uri Katzenstein studied at the San Francisco Art Institute in the late 1970s, and after receiving his MFA moved to New York City where he lived and worked throughout the 1980s. His early performance works were regularly presented at such legendary performance venues as The Kitchen, the No Se No Social Club, Brooklyn […]

Uri Radovan Born in 1971, Jerusalem Lives and works in Tel Aviv Uri Radovan’s work is characterized by the use of found materials, accompanied by intricate content that communicates simultaneously on two levels: the social and political as opposed to the personal and emotional. The works in the exhibition are created by low-tech means: the […]

Vik Muniz  Vik Muniz was born as Vicente José de Oliveira Muniz to a working-class family in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1961. Relocating to the United States in 1983, he has since become one of the best-known contemporary Brazilian artists working today. He lives and works in New York and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Muniz has […]

Yehezkel Sreichman Biographical Notes: (b. 1906) in Zapyškis, Lithuania. Lived and worked in Tel Aviv. The Israeli representative at the Venice Biennale 1948, 1954, and 1966, Italy The Israeli representative at the São Paulo Biennale 1955, Brazil Education 1928-1931 Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence, Italy 1927 Architecture, Paris, France 1924-1926 Bezalel Academy of Arts and […]

Zigi Ben-Haim (b.1945 in Bagdad, Iraq),At the age of five his family fled the country to Israel via Iran. Zigi Ben-Haim spent most of his adolescence in Tel-Aviv and studied at The Avni Institute of Fine Arts from 1966 to 1970. After he moved to the United States, he enrolled in the California College of […]

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Alma Itzhaky Alma Itzhaky, (b. 1984) lives and works in Tel Aviv, has received her Fine Arts Diploma from Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College (2005), and graduated the Advanced Interdisciplinary Studio Program at Hamidrasha School of Art (2012). Currently, Itzhaky is teaching at the interdisciplinary art department at the Shenkar Academy. Itzhaky’s paintings […]

Alon Kedem b.1982, Israel lives and works in Jerusalem ” I like the mess of painting: a wild space of diverse occurrences, a jumbled language, blowing in the wind, unraveled. Sunset transforms into a sign which transforms into a screen which transforms into a painting. Meaning is superimposed upon meaning, language upon language. Almost an […]

Alona Harpaz Born in 1971 Tel Aviv, Israel Lives and works in Berlin, Germany Education 1995-1999 BA HaMidrasha, The Art teacher’s training college, Ramat Hasharon, Israel 1993-1995 International Center of Photography, New York 1991-1993 Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, Israel 1985-1989 Wizo Tsarfat High school, Photography Department, Tel Aviv, Israel Selected Solo Exhibitions […]

Amit Cabessa Happiness “In my work, I try to create a sense of disappearance: the character’s physical attributes slowly dissolve as a void is formed. As opposed to the massiveness of the surroundings, the individual emerges in its singularity, with the potential to spread into a larger metaphysical unity.  By using a concoction of images […]

Andreas Golinski Born in the Ruhrgebiet city of Essen, the artist Andreas Golinski has studied in Basel and lives part time in Italy. Although his works contain an inherent social criticism, they remain private and even intimate. He lets collective fears, childhood traumas and desires take shape in his bulky, raw works. Steel, glass, black […]

Arik Miranda Born in Israel, 1972 Lives and works in Tel Aviv Education 1997-1998 Hamidrasha School of Visual Art, Beit Berl College, Israel 1995-1997 Avni Institute of Art and Design, Tel Aviv Solo Exhibitions 2012 ‘The Luckiest People in the World’, Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv 2011 ‘Summer’, Gallery 39 for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv […]

Benni Efrat Benni Efrat immigrated to Palestine in 1947. From 1959 to 1961, he studied at the Avni Institute of Art and Design in Tel Aviv under Yehezkel Streichman  (1906–1993). From 1966 to 1976, he lived in London, where he studied at Saint Martin’s School of Art in London. Benni Efrat was one of the […]

Brendan Fowler – CV

BRIAN ALFRED (b. 1974 in Pittsburgh, PA) Brian Alfred lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Alfred received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1997 from Pennsylvania State University and his Master of Fine Arts degree in 1999 from Yale University. In his paintings, collages, and digital animations, Brian Alfred surveys the urban landscape and […]

Carsten Nicolai Carsten Nicolai-CV

Darren Goins Lives and works in Los Angeles Education: 2004-2009 Univeresity of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC BFA:Photography and Printmaking, Minor in Art History Awards + Experience: 2013 FCA Grant, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, New York, NY 2012-13 Public art commission, NYCDOT, New York, NY 2011-12 Artist in residence, Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, […]

Hillel Roman “…The significance of the concrete versus the metaphorical, the human desire to get through the metaphor and to touch, the vain struggle to bridge the distance between the eye and the hand. Maybe that is the” privilege of the painter/sculptor, and the source of his relevance, despite it all. In any case, I […]

Igael Tumarkin (born 1933,   Dresden, Germany) Igael Tumarkin, a distinguished Israeli artist with decades of an intensely creative career in the course of which his work has been constantly in the public eye. Though born in Germany he is considered the most Israeli of local artists. Working with Hezi Cohen Gallery for more than two […]

Ilan Baruch (Born in 1974, Jerusalem) Ilan Baruch was born in 1974, to a religious family from the Geula neighborhood in Jerusalem. In 1988 he began his studies at the School of Painting and Sculpture founded by Rabbi Adin Steinzaltz, where he met painter Lillian Klapisch, who taught there at the time. In 1992 Klapisch exhibited […]

JAN TICHY Born in Prague, 1974 Lives and works in Chicago Education 2007-2009 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Sculpture Department, MFA 2005-2007 Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Tel Aviv, Advanced Studies in Fine Art 1999-2002 Jerusalem School of Photography & New Media, Photography Department 1995-1999 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Political Science […]

Klone B. 1983 in Kharkov, Ukraine, currently lives and works in Tel Aviv. Influenced by his childhood emigration from the Ukraine to Israel, Klone’s initial practice of tagging and graffiti were personal challenges to themes of diaspora. This urban tradition allowed him to take ownership of his surrounding and localize an often hostile and alienating […]

Lea Nikel Born in the Ukraine in 1918, Lea Nikel immigrated to Palestine at the age of two. She grew up in Tel Aviv, studied with Gliksberg, Stematsky and Streichman. To continue her studies she travelled to Paris, where she lived and worked between 1950-1961,an important decade in the history of postwar European art. Nikel […]

Leo Ray Born in 1950, in Vilnius, Lithuania, Since 1991 lives in Tel Aviv, Israel. Graduated Vilnius University and Vilnius Academy of Arts Works in painting, graphics, small-scale sculpture. Head of the painting program in BASIS School of Sculpture (2006-2014). Selected Solo Exhibitions 2017 Collages, Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv Infinite Painting, St. Louis University […]

Lothar Hempel Born in Cologne, 1966 Lives and works in Berlin Education 1987–1992 Kunstakademie Düsseldorf Selected Solo Exhibitions 2014 People Like You Make It Easy, Anton Kern Gallery, New York Mäusebunker, The Kitchen, New York, NY 2013 Loneliness is a cloak you wear, a deep shade of blue is always there, Gerhardsen Gerner, Berlin Lothar […]

Madeleine Boschan born 1979, lives and works in Berlin. Since 2008 she has participated in numerous institutional exhibitions throughout Europe and North America, amongst others: ACLA – Art Center Los Angeles. Autocenter, Berlin. b-05, Montabaur. Castlefield Gallery, Manchester. Daimler Contemporary, Berlin. Einraumhaus, Mannheim. Enea, Rapperswil-Jona. Forgotten Bar, Berlin. Galerie Bernd Kugler, Innsbruck. Galerie Klaus Gerrit […]

Matthew Chambers Born 1982, Boise, ID Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA Education MFA Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles, CA, 2006 BFA University of Miami, Miami, FL, 2004 Selected Solo and Duo Exhibitions 2015 Praz-Delavallade, Paris, France Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, NY 2014 Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv, with Brendan Fowler […]

Meir Pichhadze Meir Pichhadze was born in 1955 in Georgia. He has emerged as one the most prominent and leading painters in Israel. His work was featured in several exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including at the Hezi Cohen Gallery, which represents the artist’s estate. Pichhadze initiated his art journey when together with his […]

Michal Rovner Rovner (b. 1957, Israel) work in video, sculpture, drawing, sound, and installation reflects on the continuum of human experience. Her work defines an evocative language of abstraction, dealing with themes such as time, history, and science. While generally avoiding specific issues or events, Rovner’s work shifts between the poetic and the political, and […]

Nahum Tevet 1946 – Born  in Kibbutz Messilot, Israel 1969-70 – Studied  painting with painter  Raffi Lavie since 1973 – Lives and works in Tel Aviv 1980-2013 – Professor  at the Fine Art Department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem 2001-2010 – Head of the Master’s Degree Program in Fine Art, Bezalel Academy of […]

Nir Harel Born in Israel, 1978 Lives and works in Tel Aviv Education 2009-2010 MFA, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Tel Aviv 2009 Student Exchange, New School, New York 2000-2004 BFA, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem 2003 Student Exchange, Slade, London Solo Exhibitions 2014 New Family, Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv Changing […]

Nirit Takele Born in Ethiopia in 1985, Takele immigrated to Israel in 1991 in “Operation Solomon” an Israeli military operation that transported more than 14,000 Ethiopian Jews to Israel in 36 hours. Although she grew up with very few memories of her childhood in Ethiopia, Nirit has been painting from a very young age practicing […]

CV_Noga Shtainer_2019

Ori Reisman Reisman was born 1924, Tel Yoseph, Israel. He participated in Aklim Group (founded 1974). He died in 1991. He studied at the studio of Yitzhak Frenkel, Tel Aviv in 1939 and at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, with Jean Souverbie’s Monumental Art Workshop from 1951 to 1953. He taugh at the Kibbutz Cabri, […]

Rami Maymon Rami Maymon Born in Israel, 1976 Lives and works in Tel Aviv Education 2001-2003 MFA, Bezalel Graduate of Fine Art Program, Tel Aviv 1995-1999 BFA, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem 1998 Cooper Union of Art and Science, Manhattan, NY Solo Exhibitions 2015/16 Further Reading, the Lauren and Mitchell Presser Photography Award […]

Ron Amir Ron Amir (b. 1973, Israel) engages in long-term projects, highlighting politically, socially, culturally, and economically marginalized communities. His practice is characterized by the use of an analog camera to produce large-format photographs, thus necessitating a slow and deliberate working process, turning the camera itself into a tool for social interaction. Amir chooses to […]

Rona Stern Born in Israel, 1984. Education 2017-2019 Meisterschuler at the Intermedia class of Prof. Alba D’Urbano,HGB, Hochschule fur Grafik and Buchkunst, Leipzig, Germany 2008-2011 B.Ed.F.A. Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College, Israel Solo Exhibitions 2018 Those who cannot remember the past are destined to repeat it, Tobacna 001 Culture Center, Ljublijana, Slovenia 2017 […]

Shay Kun Born in Israel in 1974. Lives and works in New York. Known for his hyper-surrealist style. As an artist who is firmly averse to painting from the real-world, Shay’s central focus is to contrast the decay of the artificial with that of the natural to create an organic digital removal from the original […]

Siglit Landau At her core Landau is a sculptress; her work keeps a vibrant continuity between the formative living act of creating, and the final restive product created. She is best known for her epic multimedia installations which explore the complexities of living in a divided, traumatic geographical reality, arguably one of the most conflict […]

Tai Shani Born 1976, London Solo Exhibitions & Projects 2011: Anti-Antigone End Time , FRAC Nord Pas de Calais for Loop, Barcelona 2010: W.O.W. Noumenon Dilation: Reduced to 3 Artprojx, London Last Night I Dreamt I was Venus… Barbican, London Tai Shani ICA Screentest ICA London 2009: Empire and Daughter Isotope Spike Island /The Arnolfini, […]

Tal Yerushalmi-CV

Tsibi Geva Tsibi Geva is one of Israel’s most prominent and influential artists. Born in 1951 in Kibbutz Ein Shemer, Israel, Geva lives and works in Tel Aviv and New York. Since 1979 he has exhibited extensively worldwide. Solo exhibitions include the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1984); Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (1985); Tel Aviv Museum […]

Uri Katzenstein  Uri Katzenstein studied at the San Francisco Art Institute in the late 1970s, and after receiving his MFA moved to New York City where he lived and worked throughout the 1980s. His early performance works were regularly presented at such legendary performance venues as The Kitchen, the No Se No Social Club, Brooklyn […]

Uri Radovan Born in 1971, Jerusalem Lives and works in Tel Aviv Uri Radovan’s work is characterized by the use of found materials, accompanied by intricate content that communicates simultaneously on two levels: the social and political as opposed to the personal and emotional. The works in the exhibition are created by low-tech means: the […]

Vik Muniz  Vik Muniz was born as Vicente José de Oliveira Muniz to a working-class family in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1961. Relocating to the United States in 1983, he has since become one of the best-known contemporary Brazilian artists working today. He lives and works in New York and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Muniz has […]

Yehezkel Sreichman Biographical Notes: (b. 1906) in Zapyškis, Lithuania. Lived and worked in Tel Aviv. The Israeli representative at the Venice Biennale 1948, 1954, and 1966, Italy The Israeli representative at the São Paulo Biennale 1955, Brazil Education 1928-1931 Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence, Italy 1927 Architecture, Paris, France 1924-1926 Bezalel Academy of Arts and […]

Zigi Ben-Haim (b.1945 in Bagdad, Iraq),At the age of five his family fled the country to Israel via Iran. Zigi Ben-Haim spent most of his adolescence in Tel-Aviv and studied at The Avni Institute of Fine Arts from 1966 to 1970. After he moved to the United States, he enrolled in the California College of […]

JAN TICHY

Born in Prague, 1974
Lives and works in Chicago

Education
2007-2009 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Sculpture Department, MFA
2005-2007 Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Tel Aviv, Advanced Studies in Fine Art
1999-2002 Jerusalem School of Photography & New Media, Photography Department
1995-1999 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Political Science and General Studies

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2016 Fridman Gallery, NYC
SBMA, Santa Barbara, CA
Kornfeld Gallery, Berlin
Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Germany
Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago
2015 Sur-round-things, Circle 1 Gallery, Berlin
On the Decomposition of a Plane, Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv
2014 Aroundcenter, Chicago Cultural Center
2013 Overlap, Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv
Politics of Light, No Longer Empty & Richard Gray Gallery, NYC
Jan Tichy, Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, WA
2012 1979:1-2012:21, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago
Project Cabrini Green, Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv
MATRIX 164, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT
2011 Installation No.13, Nathan Gottesdiener Prize, Tel Aviv Museum of Art
2010 01:37:24:05, Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Installation No. 10, Spertus Museum, Chicago
2009 Installations, Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
Recent Works, Museum of Contemporary Art, Bat Yam, Israel
2008 12*12, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
2007 1391, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
2004 Beton, Morel Derfler Gallery, Jerusalem

Selected Group Exhibitions
2016 MoCP at 40, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago
Bene. F. Action, Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York
2015 Paper Plains, Kornfeld Gallery, Berlin
Behind the Fence, Beit Bialik Museum, Tel Aviv
At the headwaters, Gardner Center for Arts, Gary, IN
First Year, Fernwey Gallery, Chicago
The Shape of Things to Come, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, CA
RAY 2015, Museum Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt
After Today, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL
Currents, with Shawn Decker, El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM
Signifiers of Place, Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel
2014 Informal Forms, Aran Cravey Gallery, LA
Light3
, Fridman Gallery, NYC
Through a Glass Darkly, Simon/Neuman2 Gallery, NYC
Visions and Nightmares, Film Museum Dusseldorf
On Location, Hygienic Galleries, New London, CT
Spotlight, Elmhurst Museum of Art
The Towering Inferno, Tel Aviv University Gallery
Home Before Dark, Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv
2013 Beyond No Man’s Land, Andrea Meislin Gallery, NY
ExpoVideo, Expo Chicago, Chicago
Blackbox, West Jerusalem
10×10, threewalls, Chicago
Quarantine, Hansen House, Jerusalem
La citta nuova, Villa Olmo, Como, Italy
Light and Shadow, Science Museum, Jerusalem
Aircraft Carrier, Storefront for Art and Architecture, NY
The Eye of the Blackbird, Art House, Tel Aviv
Beginning of a Collection, Ashdod Museum of Art, Israel
2012 Material Translations, Tadeo Ando Gallery, Art Institute of Chicago
Suitcase Art, Künstlerhaus Speckstrasse, Hamburg, Germany
Muse, Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
IN/SITU, 12th Expo Chicago
Aircraft Carrier, 13th Architecture Biennale, Venice
Skyscraper: Art And Architecture Against gravity,
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Galicia Mon Amour, SOKOL Cultural Center, Nowy Sacz, Poland
Luma, Shpilman Institute for Photography, Tel Aviv
Grid 2012, International Photography Biennial, Amsterdam
Where the fall winds blow, Artists’ House, Tel Aviv
True Stories, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Soundscapes, Minshar Gallery, Tel Aviv
Closing Party, The Heder Gallery, Tel Aviv
2011 Magic Lantern, The Israel Museum Jerusalem
Happiness Project, Loop Alliance Pop Up Gallery, Chicago
Social Housing-Housing the Social, SKOR foundation, Amsterdam
Experimental Station, LABoral, Gijon, Spain
ARTLV biennale, Herzliya, Israel
Urban Imaginarium, Marwen Gallery, Chicago
In/Ex/Change, ARTSTAYS 9, Slovenia (in collaboration with Shawn Decker)
Hang In There, Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago
Islands, Worlds, Musrara Gallery, Jerusalem
Experimental Station, CA2M, Madrid
Without You I Am Nothing – Interactions, MCA Chicago
White Light, Black Light, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh
Out of Place, Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin
2010 Place, Origin, Landscape, AMU Gallery, Prague
Immaterial Architecture, PPOW Gallery, New York
Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Switzerland
MusraraMix #10, International Art Festival, Jerusalem
Moholy: An Education of the Senses, Loyola University Museum of Art, Chicago
(exhibition design in collaboration with Helen Maria Nugent)
Disquieted, Portland Art Museum
Family/Tree II, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion, Tel Aviv Museum of Art
2009 ArtTLV Biennale, Tel Aviv
Learning Modern, Sullivan Galleries, School of the Art Institute of Chicago – in
collaboration with Helen Maria Nugent
Dreary Structures, Dreamy Structures, Ashdod Museum of Art, Israel
After Architecture: Typologies of the Afterwards, Centre d’Art Santa Monica,
Barcelona
Family/Tree I, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion, Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Cent Ans de Dialogue par l’Art, Orangerie du Senat, Paris
The Age of a Different Re-Action: New Israeli Art Scene, Galerie Davide Gallo,
Berlin
Paperworks, The Israel Museum (Beit Ticho), Jerusalem
Annual MFA Graduate Exhibition, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
2008 Additions, La Biennale di Venezia, 11th International Architecture Exhibition,
Israeli Pavilion
Access to Israel, The Jewish Museum in Frankfurt, Frankfurt
Can Art Do More?, Art Focus 5, Jerusalem
LAYLA: Young Israeli Artists, INGA Gallery, New York
Future Perfect, International Triennial of Contemporary Art, National Gallery,
Prague
Blind Spot, Petach Tikva Museum of Modern Art, Israel
60 Years, Arc Gallery, Chicago
Real Time: Art in Israel 1998-2008, the Israel Museum Jerusalem
Young Artist Awards, Haifa Museum of Art, Israel
Personal Landscapes, The American University Museum, Washington D.C.
Twosidedness, Kulturhuset, Stockholm
First Show: Contemporary Art from The Israel Museum, Beit Mani, Tel Aviv
2007 Forks and Napkins, G2 Gallery, Chicago
Jerusalem of One’s Eye, The Social Gallery, Jerusalem
Herzliya Biennale, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel
VideoMarina, Museum of Contemporary Art, Bat Yam
Artic 9, Tel Aviv University Gallery
Salame 007, Graduate Show MFA, Bezalel Academy of Arts, Tel Aviv
Fleeing Away From What Bothers You Most, Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall
2006 Normality, The Heder Gallery, Tel Aviv
CzechPoint, NOD Gallery and Cs2 Gallery, Prague
Liquorish Light, Saloona, Tel Aviv
Paperworks, The Heder Gallery, Tel Aviv
Collaboration on Site, ARS 06 Biennale, Kiasma Museum of Modern Art, Helsinki
Israeli Salon of Photography, Agripas Cooperative Gallery, Jerusalem
Vacation, Tarbut High School Gallery, Rishon Lezion, Israel
Courtain, Venta Gallery, Jerusalem
2005 Natures Mortes, Morel Derfler Gallery, Jerusalem
2004 Real Time, Jerusalem Film Festival, Jerusalem
2003 Jerusalem a Vif, Le Passage de Retz, Paris
Mi churvotich ibnech, Time for Art Museum, Tel Aviv
Artic 5, Ramat Gan Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
Arting Jerusalem, International Art Project, Jerusalem
Hearat Shulaim 5, Sergei Courtyard, Jerusalem
Bab El Musrara, Musrara Community Gallery and Morel Derfler Gallery,
Jerusalem
(in collaboration with Alon Cohen-Lipshitz and Halely Mazor)
2002 Israeli Video Art, Display Gallery, Prague
Kav HaTefer, Morel Derfler Gallery, Jerusalem
Space 0I, Opal Gallery, Tel Aviv
Final Projects, Museum of Photography, Tel Hai, Israel
Mother’s Tongue, Israel Festival, Jerusalem
Biut HaTeva (Domestication of Nature), Morel Derfler Gallery, Jerusalem
2001 Ber Mekfet, Musrara Community Gallery, Jerusalem
2000 HP Digital Photography Awards, Budapest, Barcelona, Moscow
1999 Short cuts, Art Space in Yavne Street, Tel Aviv
Obviously, HaZira, Jerusalem

Selected Projects
2015 Heat Light Water Project (HLWP), collaboration with Dr. Jeffreen Hayes
reclaiming and repurposing a building in Gary, IN
2014 The Expanded Moment, The Art Assignment, PBS Digital Studios
Young Changing Chicago, collaboration with high school photography programs
2013 Build Your Own Light and Public Light & Lower East Side, collaboration with No
Longer Empty youth outreach
Project Tesla Orava, collaboration with students from art&tech high school Nizna
on a proposal of public art project for the village, Nizna, Slovakia
2012 The MoCP Tagging Project, collaboration with MFA students from SAIC, CCC,
UIC and UofC at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago
Lighten Up, public art project in collaboration with the Amistad Center for Art and
Culture at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT
2011 Project Cabrini Green, public art project in Cabrini Green, Chicago IL and at MCA
Chicago – in collaboration with Efrat Appel and students and faculty from the
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
2010 The Gate Project, Near North Montessori School, Chicago – with Merav Argov
Delineations II, College Art Association (CAA) Conference closing event, Sullivan
Galleries, Chicago – in collaboration with Helen Maria Nugent
2009 Lighting The Crown Hall, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago – with MFA
International students
Interpretation of The Collection of SSAC, Reavis Elementary School, Chicago –
with Drea Howenstein and students from the School of the Art institute of Chicago
2008 Tzofia, light design, Tel Aviv – in collaboration with Ernesto Pujol
2006 IPO 70, three-channel video installation for the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra,
Tel Aviv – in collaboration with Nevet Yitzhak
2005 Stop Motion, photo dance performance, Duncan Centre, Prague – in collaboration
with Oren Tischler
MusraraMix , 6th International Art Festival
2002-2005 Prozdor Student Gallery in Musrara Community Center, Jerusalem
2004 Blow Up, photo dance performance, HaZira, Jerusalem – in collaboration
with Oren Tischler and Vertigo Dance Company
2002 Hafra’a Video Gallery, HaZira, Jerusalem
2001-2003 Hafra’a, community video art magazine – with Ran Eisenstadt,
Liron Meshulam and Lael Kline

Selected Honors
2012 Faculty Enrichment Grant, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
2011 Gold Award in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) for
Public Light & Space Catalog by SAIC
2010 Nathan Gottesdiener Foundation, The Israeli Art Prize
2009 MFA Fellowship Award, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
2008 America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship
2007 The Young Artist Award, Israeli Ministry of Culture
Rich Foundation Scholarship
America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship
2003 America-Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship
2002 Mayor of Jerusalem Award for Excellence in Art Studies
2000 HP Digital Photography Awards
Scholarship for Excellence in Studies, Jerusalem School of Photography,
Musrara
Public Collections
American University Museum, Washington DC
Asdod Museum of Art, Israel
Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
The Israel Museum Jerusalem
Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago
Museum of Modern Art, New York
SONS, Antwerp, Belgium
Spertus Museum, Chicago
The Shpilman Institute of Photography
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Selected Bibliography
2015 Shapira, Sarit. Babel: Works from the Igal Ahouvi Art Collection, Tel Aviv
University Press, Tel Aviv
Tsai, Joyce. The Painting of Moholy-Nagy The Shape of Things to Come, Santa
Barbara Museum of Art, California
Lunsford, Celina. Ray 2015 Imagine Reality, Herausgeber Publisher, RAY
Fotografieprojekte Frankfurt/RheinMain
2014 Irvine, Karen. Jan Tichy: Chicago Projections, US Equities and Museum of
Contemporary Photography, Chicago
2013 De Michelis, Marko. La Citte Nuova, City of Como Press
Pokorny, Martin. Speech: A Contribution to Situational Phenomenology, Jitro
Publishing
Biton, Yuval. Beginning of a Collection, Ashdod Museum
2012 Jacob, Mary Jane and Baas, Jacquelynn. Chicago Makes Modern, University of
Chicago Press
Yariv, Amon, Gordon II Gallery, Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv
Moshenson, Edna. About Paper, Israeli Contemporary Art, Postmedia, Milano
Handel, Dan and Aviram, Milana. Aircraftcarrier, American Ideas and Israeli
Architecture after 73 Hatje Cantz
Darling Michael, Szupinska Johanna. Skyscraper, Art and Architecture Against
Gravity, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Heller, Danna. Galicia, Mon Amour, BWA Sokol, Nowy Sacz, Poland
Lurie, Aya. Luma, Shpilman Institute for Photography, Tel Aviv
Hickson, Patricia. Night Visions, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford,
CT
Wei, Lilly. True Stories, Locks Art Publications, Philadelphia, PA
2011 Pascual, Pablo Martin and Torrente Virginia. Experimental Station, Madrid:
CA2M.
Tichy, Jan and Appel, Efrat. Project Cabrini Green, Chicago: Project Cabrini
Green.
Beste, Amy and Ginton Ellen. Nathan Gottesdiener Foundation The Israeli Art
Prize 2010, Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Horne, Murray. White Light/Black Light, Pittsburgh: Wood Street Galleries.
2010 Trainor, James and Edelzstein, Sergio. Jan Tichy – 01:37:24:05, Tel Aviv: Center
for Contemporary Art.
Manning, John and Tichy, Jan. Public Light & Space, Chicago: The School of the
Art Institute of Chicago.
2009 Abir, Leah. Idiolect. Bat Yam: Museum of Contemporary Art.
Peran, Marti. After Architecture: Typologies of the Afterwards, ACTAR and Arts
Santa Monica, Barcelona.
Gedalyovich, Michael Kessus. The Tel Aviv-Yafo Biennial. Tel Aviv.
Slome, Manon, and Joshua Simon. The Aesthetics of Terror. Milano: Edizioni
Charta.
Sorek, Ronit. Paperworks. Jerusalem: The Israel Museum.
2008 Art Focus 5. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Foundation.
Arenós, Xavier, Domènec, and Martí Perna. Roulotte: 05. Barcelona:
Roulette:ACM
Atlan, Eva and Raphael Gross. Access to Israel 2: Israel Contemporary Art. Köln:
Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König.
Cederbaum, Michael and Nitzan Kalush Checkick. Architecture Along A
Continuum. Tel Aviv: A.R. Press
Hartmann, Ivan, Svètlana Michajlová, Katarina Rybková. International Triennial of
Contemporary Art. Prague: KANT for the National Gallery in Prague, CZ
Mendelsohn, Amita. Real Time: Art in Israel 1998-2008. Jerusalem, The Israel
Museum
Prologue. Tel Aviv: ART TLV
Volk, Carmella Jocoby and Einat Manoff. Blind Spot. Petach-Tikva Museum of Art
Volk, Carmella Jacoby and Iftach Aloni, et al. Block #5/The Shiny Nose.
2007 Freiman, Katz Tami. The Winners 2007, Haifa Museum of Art.
Kassovsky, Daria. The First Herzliya Biennial of Contemporary Art. Herzliya: The
Department of Culture, Youth and Sports, City of Herzliya, Gov Productions Ltd.
Selected Press
2016 The Window, February 2016, Jan Tichy – On the Decomposition of a Plane by
Smadar Shefi
2015 Chicago Reader, October 2015, Can Chicago artists salvage Gary, Indiana by
Ruth Lopez
NewCity Art, July 2015, Review: After Today/Gallery 400, Noah Hanna
Chicago Reader, Juner 2015, ‘After Today’ at Gallery 400 combines art and
activism, Kate Sierzputowski
2014 ArtNews, September 2014, Light3
, by Amanda Church
NewCity, September 2014, 50 Chicago’s Artists’ Artists
Studio International, June 2014, Light3
, by Kelly Robbins
FNews, March 2014, “Behind Open Doors”, by Alexia Casanova
Chicago Reader, February 2014, “A Tichy Scavenger Hunt”, by Danna Isaacs
ArtNews, January 2014, “Politics of Light – review”, by Emily Nathan
2013 ArtReview, December 2013, “Jan Tichy: Politics of Light”, by Orit Gat
Huffington Post, December 2013, “Revisiting Power: The Aesthetics of Public
Policy”, by Sarah Lehat
New York Times, December 2013, “Art in Review”, by Martha Shwendener
FlashArt International Czech Edition, Fall 2013, “Jan Tichy – It is about thinking
as much as about feeling” by Katarina Kottova
& magazine for Art and Culture, “installation no.4 (towers)
Broadband Magazine, September 2013, “Jan Tichy – Tagging Project”
Sixty Inches From Center, January 2013, “Testing Thresholds” by Tempestt
Hazel
Selvedge, January 2013, “Material Translations” by Jessica Hemmings
ARTmargins, January 2013, “Light Source” by Susan Snodgra
2012 ChicagoMag, December 2012, “The best of Art 2012” by Jason Foumberg
The Columbia Chronicle, December 2012, “Featured Artist leads MoCP
retrospective” by Senah Sampong
TimeOut Chicago, November 2012, “Jan Tichy at MoCP” by Lauren Weinberg
Photograph, November 2012, “1979:1-2012:21” by Jason Foumberg
Art in America, September 2012, “Quality Over Quantity” by Susan Snodgrass
Artforum, September 2012, “Artforum Picks: Jan Tichy” by Rotem Rozental
NewcityArt, September 2012, “Chicago’s Artists’ Artists” by Jason Foumberg
Haaretz, September, “Structural drifts in Chicago” by Galia Yahav
Chicago Gallery News, September 2012, “Artist Insights: Jan Tichy” by Laura
Miller
Art New England, June 2012, “Jan Tichy/MATRIX 164” by Stephen Vincent
Kobasa
NBC Connecticut, May 2012, “Art Project Causes Bomb Scare in Hartford”, by
Todd Piro
Haaretz, May 2012, “Showcasing New Vision”, by Daniel Dauchwerger
The Hartford Courant, April 2012, “ Jan Tichy – MATRIX 164” by Susan Dunne
2011 Art Asia Pacific, July 2011, “Illuminated Demolition” by Jason Lazarus
Midnight East, June 2011, “Darkness Visible” by Graham Lawson
Domus Israel 013, May 2011, cover – front and back: “Dry 2007”.
A5 – Jerusalem Edition, May 2011, “Untitled (terminal)” from the C of A.
The Art Newspaper, May 2011, “The Lights Go Out on Cabrini Green” by Ruth
Lopez.
Associated Press, April 2011, “With Lights, Poems, Teens Say Goodbye to
Cabrini” by Sharon Cohen.
Chicago Tribune, April 2011, “At Cabrini’s last high-rise blinking lights tell a fading
history” by Mary Schmich.
ARTslant Chicago, April 2011, “Poetics of Light” by Robyn Farrell Roulo.
TimeOut Chicago, April 2011, “Jan Tichy organizes Project Cabrini Green” by
Lauren Weinberg.
New York Times, March 2011, “Cabrini-Green to Exit with poetry and Lights” by
Kari Lyndersen.
Chicago Reader, March 2011, “As the Walls Come Down” by Brian Costelo.
ArtReview, February 2011, “Future Greats” by Jonathan T.D. Neil
2010 New York Times, August 2010, “Art in Review”, by Holland Cotter
The Art Newspaper, June 2010, “ It’s about more than Matisse” by Lindsey
Pollock.
Artforum, May 2010, “Night Watchman”, by James Trainor
ARTslant, March 2010, “Rack Room: The Slant on Jan Tichy,” by Abraham
Ritchie.
Art in America, January 2010, “exhibition reviews: Jan Tichy at Richard Gray”, by
Susan
Snodgrass
Art in America, January 2010, “Learning styles”, by Susan Tallman
Frieze Magazine, Issue 128. January – February 2010, “Jan Tichy”, by Jason
Foumberg
ARTnews, Volume 109. January 2010, “Reviews: Jan Tichy, Chicago”, by Ruth
Lopez
2009 Time Out Chicago, December 18, 2009, “Art Review: Jan Tichy,” by Lauren
Weinberg.
Artnet, November 17, 2009, “Chicago A Go-Go,” by Brook S. Mason.
ARTslant Chicago, November 17, 2009, “Illuminating a Recession,” by Dan
Gunn. New City, November 11, 2009, “Best gallery show in the last year.”
Chicago Tribune, October 30, 2009, “Art in empty spaces,” by Lori Waxman.
New City, October 12, 2009, “Eye Exam: Twenty-First Century Ruin,” by Jason
Foumberg.
The Huffington Post, October 14, 2009, “Fresh Art Breadth,” by Paul Klein.
The Guardian, September 17, 2009, “Welcome to Tel Aviv’s first biennial,” by
Marisa Mazria Katz.
Programma, September 1, 2009, “Gaza Via Tel Aviv,” by Vardit Gross.
Barcelona Free Art, July 13, 2009, “After Architecture-Typologies of the
Afterwards.”
Modern Art Notes, August 12, 2009, “’Uncle Rudi’ and the response to terror,” by
Tyler Green.
Artis (Arts Israel), 2009, “An Interview with Jan Tichy,” by Kathryn Hixson.
The Jerusalem Post, January 5, 2009, “Paper perfection,” by Lauren Gelfond
Feldinger.
2008 Domus, July 2008, “Facility 1391.”
New City, May 2008, “Review: Jan Tichy,” by Amy Dittmeier
2007 Haaretz International, June 15, 2007, “Beauty is a self-aware exterior.”

Jan Tichy – CV

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