Rami Mimon

Was born in Tel-Aviv, Israel, 1976, Lives and works in Tel-Aviv.
BFA and MFA, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv and the Cooper-Union, New-York. 
Award Recipient of the Lauren and Mitchell Presser Photography Award for a Young Israeli Artist (2015), Rudin Prize, Norton Museum of Art (2015), 
The Lottery Council for Culture and Art (2013), The Critics Choice Award, Radical-Jung Festival, Munich, Germany (2013), IAAB and Culture-Scapes scholarship 
and residency, Basel, Switzerland (2011), Young Artist Prize, Israeli Ministry of Science and Culture (2009), Joshua Rabinowitz Foundation Prize for the Arts (2004). 
Maymon has had solo exhibitions at the Tel Aviv museum of art, the Norton Museum of Art, Florida, the 12th Biennale of Contemporary Art, Naples, Italy, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion, Tel Aviv, Herzliya Museum of Art, The Artists Studios Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Iltis Bunker, Kiel, Germany, Hinterhof space, Basel, Switzerland, The 2nd International Photography Festival, Jaffa,  Volkstheater, Munich, Germany, Volkstheater, Nikosia, Cyprus, Roxy Theater, Basel, Switzerland, Hezi Cohen gallery, Tel Aviv, Tal Esther Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tel-Aviv, among other venues. Maymon participated in numerous group exhibitions in Israel and abroad and his works have been published in many journals, books and magazines in Israel and abroad. 1999-2004/ Photographer for “Purple” magazine.
As of 2002, Lecturer and a member of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem and from 2015-2019 the head of the Midrasha photography department, Kfar-saba.

 

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Untitled (Zurich) 2012, Inkjet pigment print on archival paper