Nevet Yitzhak

Nevet Yitzhak (b. 1975, Israel; lives and works in Tel Aviv) is a graduate of the Naggar School of Photography, Media and New Music (2003); and the Bezalel Program for Advanced Studies in Art (2007). Her work has been shown at the 6th Asian Biennial, Taiwan; Koffler Center of the Arts, Toronto; Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland; Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach; Tel Aviv Museum of Art; Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin; SMBA, Amsterdam; Kuandu Museum, Taipei; the Museum for Islamic Art, Jerusalem; Herzlyia Museum of Contemporary Art; Petach Tikva Museum of Art; Circle 1, Berlin; 68 Square Meters, Copenhagen; Edel Assanti Gallery, London; TSR, Miami; the 5th Mediations Biennale, Poznan; SIP Institute for Photography, Tel Aviv; Mana Contemporary, Jersey City; Huashan Culture Park, Taipei and CCA, Tel- Aviv.

Yitzhak has been awarded the Visual Art Award, Israeli Ministry of Culture & Sport (2017); The Landau Fund Prize for Arts and Sciences (2014); Beatrice S. Kolliner Award for a Young Israeli Artist (Israel Museum, 2014); Shmuel Givon Prize (Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2012); Creative Encouragement Award (Israel Ministry of Culture and Sport, 2012)
Minister of Culture award; and the Creative
Encouragement Award.

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Still frame from Star Quality, 2011, video projection, b&w