Hadas Satt

Born 1981 in Israel, lives and works in Tel Aviv.

Working mainly in photography and photographic installations, Satt earned her MFA and her BFA from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design.

Satt's works have been shown in solo and group exhibitions, at venues such as Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, The Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Hit Gallery in Bratislava, ShanghaiTech University Shanghai, RawArt Gallery and Hezi Cohen Gallery in Tel Aviv, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary, and POV Festival.

Her works can be found in private and public collections, including The Israel Museum Collection, Hoche Art collection, and The Shpilman Institute for Photography Collection. 

 

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Lady Be Good, 6 inkjet framed prints, 294x130, 2014 : This piece is composed of six photographs that form a piece of sky crisscrossed by jet contrails. The deployment of the photographs is resonant of a flock of birds - one of the dangers lurking for aircraft in the sky, perhaps alluding to the cause of the plane crash. lady Be Good is named after a wwII American bomber that was lost over the Sahara desert on its way back from an attack on naples.