Hilla Ben Ari is a visual artist based in Tel Aviv. Her work spans a variety of media such as video, installation, sculpture, and print. The female body as a crossroads of political, social and cultural contexts is at the core of her multidisciplinary projects that fuse visual art, dance, and theatre.
Ben Ari held a solo exhibition at various art venues including the Libby Gallery, Florida; the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Museum of Art, Ein Harod. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions at various museums and galleries, among them: the Tel Aviv Museum of Art; the Orange County Museum of Art, California; the MAXXI Museum, Rome; and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts as part of the 2009 Asian Art Biennial.
Among her prizes: The Prize for an Established Video Artist - the Israeli Ministry of Culture (2016), the Pins Prize - The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (2016), The Premio Combat Prize, Italy (2016), The Kolb Prize – Tel Aviv Museum of Art (2014).
Her works are in the collections of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; the Tel Aviv Museum of Art; and the Bundestag, Berlin.