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Michal Alpern 

Israeli, b. 1986, Lives and works in New York, NY


 

EDUCATION
 

2017     MFA, Columbia University, New York, NY

2012     BFA, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design,  Jerusalem, Israel

2011     Weissensse Kunsthochschule, Berlin, Germany


 

PROJECTS


2018      Michal Alpern, M23, New York (September 2018)

2016      WordArt, The Daily Image, Digital project for Erev-Rav Independent Journal of Arts,
              Culture and Society, Jerusalem, Israel

2015      4 Rooms, Gabirol Center of Culture and Art, Tel Aviv, Israel

2014      A Living Condition, The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan, Israel

2013      Bright are the stars that shine, Dark is the night, Ashdod Art Museum, Ashdod, Israel

2010      A Rearranged Cube, 3 Meter Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel


 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2017      Summer Show, False Flag, Queens, NY

              Agoraphobia, Gabirol Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

              Thesis exhibition, Columbia University, Lenfest Center, New York

              Sleepers, Hel Gallery, New York

              Nitelite, RE RE, Brooklyn, NY

              Ephemera, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, New York
 

2016       Finished Goods Warehouse, Pfizer Building, Brooklyn, NY

               First Year MFA Exhibition, Wallach Gallery, New York
 

2015       August, First Friday-After, The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan, Israel

              The Refrigerator, Hamekarer Venture of Art and Culture, Tel Aviv, Israel

              No Man’s Land, The Central Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
 

2014       Print/Labor, Alfred Institute, Tel Aviv, Israel

               Slideluck PhotoShowTlv3, Alfred Institute, Tel Aviv, Israel
 

2013       Night Islands, Lilienblum Compound, Tel Aviv, Israel




AWARDS + PUBLICATIONS
 

2015      The Rabinovich Foundation Grant for special projects, Tel Aviv, Israel

              Artist Fellowship, Columbia University School of the Arts, New York

              Mishal, Jonathan H., Almost Burned, Almost Seen, Almost Work, Almost Fallen, erev-rav
 

2014      Buganim, Eitan, Out of the Frame, Haaretz

 

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