Abraham Kritzman | Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem

Abraham Kritzman

Abraham Kritzman (born 1983) is an artist living and working in Tel Aviv and London. He is Currently a Lecturer at Bezalel Academy Jerusalem. He is also a member and curator of Barbur Gallery Jerusalem. Abraham has an M.A. from the Painting Programme at the Royal College of Art (2014). A BFA with honours from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem (2011) Selected solo and duo shows: Sally’s Fault Amsterdam, Artists’ House Jerusalem, Danielle Arnaud Gallery London, Hezi Cohen Gallery Tel Aviv, Kav 16 Gallery Tel Aviv, News of the World Gallery London, Atelier 35 Bucharest, Elizabeth Xi Bauer, London, The Artists House Tel Aviv, and Kayma Gallery Jaffa. Selected group exhibitions include: Bradwolff Amsterdam, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Museum of art, SMAC South Africa, Ashdod Art Museum, The Negev Museum of Art Beer Sheva, Barbur Gallery, Benjamin Gallery, Elizabeth XI Bauer London, Blyth Gallery London, Arebyte Gallery London, Alfred Gallery, Bar David Museum Bar Am, Hanina Gallery Tel Aviv, Graduate Prize Show London, The Artist Studios Talpyot, The Artists House Tel Aviv, Idris Tel Aviv, Artspace Tel Aviv and Beit Binyanini Tel Aviv. Prizes and awards include: Commendation Award, Bezalel Academy, Rappaport Prize 2021- purchasing fund for the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Ministry Of Culture Award For Young Artist; Clore – Bezalel Scholarship for MA at the Royal College Of Art London; the Villiers David Travel Award from the Royal College of Art, Excellence Award for Achievements from Bezalel dep. of Fine Art; Milgat Leejay Levene Art Scholarship; the History and Theory Excellence Award from Bezalel; the Aileen Cooper Prize; The Herman Struk Prize for printmaking. Residencies: Sally’s Fault, ODD Bucharest, Arebyte London, Kav 16 gallery Tel Aviv.