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ARTISTAS PARTICIPANTES Séptimta edición: del 1 al 31 de Octubre 2016, Buenos Aires
  PARTICIPANT ARTISTS   Seventh edition: from the 1st to the 31th of October 2016, Buenos Aires
ALEJANDRA PRIETO - Chile, vive en Santiago
AUGUSTO ZANELA - Argentina, Buenos Aires
BRUNO DUBNER - Argentina, Buenos Aires
FERNANDO SUCARI - Argentina, Buenos Aires
GIMENA MACRI - Argentina, Buenos Aires
GORDON DALTON - Wales, lives in Cardiff
LARRY MUÑOZ - Colombia, vive en Bogotá
LAURA ELDRET - United Kingdom, London
LIAT ELBLING - Israel, lives in Tel Aviv
MAXI ROSSINI - Argentina, vive en Rosario
NADAM GUERRA - Brasil, Rio de Janeiro
NATALIA LIPOVETZKY - Argentina,Tucumán
SARA ELIASSEN - Norway, lives in Oslo
ZOE DI RIENZO - Argentina, Buenos Aires
 
   
   
 
 
   
   
 

LIAT ELBLING

Israel, 1980
Lives and works in Tel Aviv

www.liatelbling.com

Education

2013-2015 A scholarship student in the"Amitim" program, Alma College for Hebrew culture, Tel Aviv, Israel.
2005-2009 Minshar School of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel (with honors).
2004-2005 Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College, Israel.

Solo Exhibtions

2016 Gallery, Antwerpen, Belgium. Curator: Elie Schonfeld.
2015 Things As They Are | Julie M. gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Yair Barak.
2013 Attacks on Photography | The Open University gallery, Ra'anana, Israel. Curator: Ron Bartos.
2012 Gray Concrete | Haifa Museum of Art, Israel. Curator: Sharon Tuval.
2011 Leon Constantiner Photography Award Exhibition | Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel. Curator: Nili Goren.
2011 I'm Coming Home | Indie Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel, Curator: Asaf Agam Hacohen.
2011 (A) Part, Ramat Gan Museum of Art | Ramat Gan, Israel. Curator: Ayelet Hashachar Cohen.
2009 All Those Wonderful Places | Memorial Center Gallery in Kiryat Tivon, Israel Curator: Taly Cohen Garbuz.

Group Exhibtions (selected)

2015 Flora Palestina | the Morel Derfler Gallery, Musrara, Jerusalem, Israel. Curator: Avi Sabag.
2015 Bones Brigade | Exhibition fron the collection of Serge Tiroche. Curator: Shai Dobjinsky.
2015 Forgiveness | Municipal Art Gallery, Rishon Le’zion, Israel. Curator: Galit Semel.
2014 Intangible Beauty | kasher potamkin gallery, Chelsea, New York. Curator: Andi Potamkin.
2014 Confessions | Artists' Residence Herzliya, Israel. Curator.
2013 The Dead or Alive Gallery | City Gallery Kfar Saba, Israel. Curator: Ilana Tenenbaum
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2013 Artists residence group exhibition, Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands.
2013 First Friday After | Ramat Gan Museum of Art, Israel. Curator: Ayelet Hashachar Cohen.
2013 Surface Currents | Feinberg Projects Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Yham Hameiri.
2013 No Photography | the Morel Derfler Gallery, Musrara, Jerusalem, Israel. Curator: Ayelet Hashachar Cohen.
2013 Fresh Paint 6 | Contemporary Art & Design Fair, Tel Aviv, Israel.
2013 She-Bush, Yaffo 23 gallery | Beztalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, Israel. Curator: Amit Eda Hevrony.
2012 Concrete Walls | WIZO Haifa Academy of Design and Education, Haifa, Israel. Curator: Anat Gatenio.
2012 My Safe Reduction to Form | Exile Gallery, Berlin. Curator: Christian Siekmeier.
2012 Location- Home | Umm El-Fahem Art Festival, Israel. Curator: Yael Argov Hakmon.
2012 Side Effects 2- City & Territory | Kayma Gallery, Jaffa, Israel. Curators: Philippe Brandes, Yael Ferber.
2011 Making Room | Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel. Curator: Nili Goren.
2011 Hard Pop | ST- ART Gallery, Jaffa, Israel. Curator: Liora Belford.
2011 Borders | Beztalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, Israel. Curators: Gali Blay & Jenna Hanson.
2010 Domatophobia | C.S.P Kibbutzim College of Adulation, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Ravit Harari.
2010 Secure Space | Alfred Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curators: Noa Liberman, Adi Beztalel.
2010 Inside Israel | Traveling Exhibition in China, China. Curator: Iris Elahnani.
2009 Selected Graduates | The Photography Museum, Tel-Hai, Israel.
2009 Home | Apart.Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Rotem Ritov.
2009 Photography Department graduate exhibition | Minshar School of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Grants and Awards

2013 BijlmAIR- artist-in-resident in Bijlmer, Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands.
2013 Sotheby's Under the Hammer Award, Fresh Paint Art Fair, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
2011 Leon Constantiner Photography Award for an Israeli Artist, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel.

Lecturer

2014-Present Shenkar College, Multidisciplinary Art Department, Ramat Gan, Israel.
2013-2015 Musrara School of Photography, Jerusalem, Israel.
2011-2014 Minshar School of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel.
2011-2013 Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College, Israel.

Activities

2014-2015 Member of the Tel Aviv Visual Artists Association, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
2010- 2013 Member of Alfred Gallery - A cooperative gallery for contemporary art, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
2011- 2012 Artist at the ST-ART incubator project, Serge Tiroche, Tel Aviv, Israel.

 
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In my art I employ different media and disciplines in the aim of introducing a discussion surrounding the values of photography and reflecting on its nature. Consequently, I find that I oftentimes choose to put down the camera in order to strengthen my familiarity with it, and step away from the photograph in order to better look at it.
My works touch and generate discussions in different disciplines and delve into subjects that preoccupy me: architecture and its components, as well as the notion of "home", have a predominant presence in my works, at times in its mental and emotional connotations, and other times through the examination of its graphic boundaries, its manifestation in a new space.
Throughout my process I seek to explore the basic, familiar principles of photography - its ability to preserve, to mediate, and to create - but more importantly is looking at how these principles affect our perceptions, of how elements may be represented: studying the object which "has been there" through its representation, looking at a copy instead of the original, watching a performance instead of living the experience. Nowadays, to my feel, we have no need for photography that follows reality, quite the contrary - more often we strive to match reality to the photographic image, which gained the status of an ideal.
The issues I'm focusing on reflect my need to explore the medium of photography as it relates to itself, to the social order, and to other media, whether the photographs are about architectural structures, plates, or flowers; I have employed these as tools in my reflections on photography.

Liat Elbling

 
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