Rona Yefman

Rona Yefman is working in photography, video, and installation. 
Her work explores issues of identity through a range of human experiences by collaborating with individuals who have formed a radical persona that inscribes the iconic and the absurd of our time. 
She received her MFA from Columbia University in New York City, BFA from Bezalel Academy for Art & Design, Jerusalem and post Graduate program of Bezalel Academy, Tel-Aviv. 
Recent solo shows were held at Oslo Kunstforening, Norway, SIC Gallery, Helsinki, Finland; Sommer Gallery Tel-Aviv, Derek Eller Gallery, The Sculpture Center, and Participant Inc, NYC. Those shows have been reviewed in Artforum, Frieze, Art in America, Modern Painters, and Bomb Magazine. In 2016, Rona’s first artist book, Let it Bleed was published by Little Big Man Books, CA.
Selected group exhibitions include Invisible-Exports, NY; La Mep Museum, Paris; The Jewish Museum, NY; The Weatherspoon Museum of Art, NC; The Neuberger Museum, NY; MOCA Cleveland OH; Kunsthala Wein, Austria; The Tel Aviv Museum of Art; and Museum Marco Vigo, Spain. Awards include The Rema Hort Mann Scholarship, Gerard Levy Prize for a young photographer by the Israel Museum, The Ingeborg Bachmann Scholarship established by Anselm for The Wolf Foundation, the Young Artist and New Creation prize by the Minister of Culture, Israel . 
                    

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.Pippi L. The Strongest Girl in the World! At Abu Dis, 2006, Rona Yefman & Tanja Schlander