Avraham Eilat

Biografie

geboren in Israel, 1939
lebt in En Hod
und arbeitet in Haifa, Israel

Chairman des Pyramida
Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Haifa, Israel

Künstlerische Ausbildung

1962-1965 High School of Painting, Tel Aviv
1966-1967 Atelier 17, Paris, France
1970-1971 St. Martin's School of Art, London, England

Preise und Stipendien (Auswahl)

2004 Israeli Ministry of Education and Culture Prize

1997 Artist in Residence, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, New York

1989 "Premio Cervo", Italy

Einzelausstellungen (Auswahl)

2010 The Fear of What is Suddenly Too Late, Galerie 21, Köln, Germany

2008 It's not All Black, Yair gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

2005 The Silence of the Sea, The National Matitime Museum, Haifa, Israel

2004 Suspicious Symptoms, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel

2003 Mortal, Pyramida, Center for Contemporary Art, Haifa, Israel

2000 112 Portraits Front and Back, Galeria FF, Lodz, Poland

1996 Recycled drawings, Galeria Krzystofory, Krakow, Poland

1992 From the Gut – From the Mind, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

1981 Structures for a Given Interior, Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa, Israel
Forces, En Harod Museum of Art, Israel

Ausstellungsbeteiligungen (Auswahl)

2009 Fotografie Aus Israel, Kultur Bahnhof Eller, Düsseldorf, Germany

2008 International Trienalle of Contemporary Art, National Gellery, Prague, Chech Republic

2007 The Intelligible Non-Violent Art, Kunststation Kleinsassen, Germany

2006 The Divine Image, The Israel Museum, Israel
Video Zero – Towards Cinema, Haifa Museum Of Art, Israel
New Territories, De Hallen, Brugge, Belgium

2003 Video Zero – Communication Interferences, Haifa Museum of Art, Israel

2001 Jewish Artists on the Edge, Yeshiva University Museum, New York, USA

1999 1st International Triennale of Installations, Haifa Museum of Art, Israel

1998 Milestones – Israeli Sculpture 1948-1998, The Open Museum, Tefen, Israel
The Bridge, International art event, Melbourne, Australia

1995 Tokyo International Mini Print Biennale, Tokyo, Japan

1987 Vom Landschaftsbild zur Spurensicherung, Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany

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