REUVEN ISRAEL

Born in Israel, 1978. Lives and works in New York. 

Reuven Israel lives and works in New York and Tel Aviv. Reuven Israel holds both an MFA (2007) and a BFA (2004) from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. In 2011 he exhibited his first major museum show at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, “Superpartners: Reuven Israel, Shai Azoulay. Some solo exhibitions include “Fatima”, Braverman Gallery, Tel-Aviv (2010); “From Shapes to Forms”, Museo Civico Floriano Bodini, Gemonio (VA) (2010); “Range of Sorrow”, Montrasio Gallery, Milan (2009); “Reuven Israel”, Braverman Gallery, Tel-Aviv (2006). Highlight group exhibitions include “The Readymade Centennial”, Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa (2013); “No Place”, BAAD Gallery, Tel Aviv (2013); “Human Nature”, Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv (2013); “Curator: Yona Fisher”, Ashdod Art Museum (2013); “Tracing the Fish Bladder”, Radiator Gallery, New York (2013); “Re: Visiting Rockefeller,” Rockefeller Archaeological Museum,  Jerusalem (2013); “Senses of the Mediterranean”, Hangar Bicocca, Milan (2011). Awards including: Young Artist Award, The Israeli Ministry of Culture (2009); the Legacy Heritage Fund Prize, Tel Aviv Museum of Art (2007); Rich Foundation Award (2006); America- Israel Cultural Foundation- scholarship (2004,2006); Prize in memory of Ehud Elhananani, Department of Fine Art, Bezalel Academy (2004).

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Press

Multipolarity: Reuven Israel

ArtPulse

May 2015

 

Reuven Israel, Multipolarity

Fjords

December 4, 2014

Gallery Exhibitions

EXPO Chicago

September 13 - 17, 2017

Flair

June 1 - July 21, 2017

Margrét H. Blöndal, Ayse Erkmen, Reuven Israel, Karin Sander, Pascale Marthine Tayou

Curated by Gregory Volk

Multipolarity

November 7 - December 20, 2014

UNTITLED Miami Beach

December 3-7, 2015

Catalogs

Multipolarity

Featuring essays by Gregory Volk and Graham Harman.

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