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David Duvshani

Born 1991 in Israel, lives and works in Tel Aviv.

Duvshani works with comics, painting, drawing, and print techniques. His works focus on charged historical and political narratives and are characterized by humor and satire. 


Duvshani holds an MFA degree from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, and the  Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Paris. His works have been exhibited locally and internationally - in solo exhibitions in EnclaveProjects in London, Beaux Arts de Paris, and in an upcoming show at Alamcen Gallery in Jaffa. He has participated in group exhibitions in venues such as the Ein-Harod Mishkan Museum, the Nahum Gutman Museum in Tel Aviv, Hanina Gallery in Tel Aviv, WhiteNight in Paris, and the Griffin Gallery in London. Duvshani publishes a weekly comic column, Hishuvei Kitzin, in Haaretz newspaper, in collaboration with Julia Fermentto, and is a regular contributor to Tohu magazine. His book Crusades was published in 2019 and launched at an event at the Palais-de-Tokyo, Paris.



2017-2019 MFA, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel

2009-2014 DNSAP, Ecole Nationale Superièure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, Paris, France

Solo Exhibitions

2022 YAD, Almacén Gallery, Jaffa, curated by: Lior Tamim

2018 The Travels of Reb Mendelovitch, NocturnoLive, Jerusalem, curated by: Smadar Tsook

2015 FOURfold: Running Out of Tape, EnclaveProjects, London, curated by: Antonio Garcia Acosta, With artist Fazal Rizvi

2014 Envois de Rome (DNSAP), Beaux Arts de Paris, Paris

Group Exhibitions

2022 Private Collection, Koresh14 Gallery, Jerusalem, curated by: Dveer Shaked

2022 Comics, Beit Ariela, Tel-Aviv, curated by: Lisa Peretz, (as part of First Touch)

2021 Hoshech, Pop-Up exhibition and magazine launch, Parterre Projects, Tel Aviv

2021 Picket Lines, Bread & Roses gallery, curated by: Hagai Ulrich

2021 Miftan - zumu on the move, Lod

2020 Best Interest, Koresh14 Gallery, Jerusalem, curated by: Dveer Shaked

2020 Timed Act, Hansen House, Jerusalem

2020 Shuttle, RawArt Gallery, Tel Aviv, curated by: Maya Bamberger

2019 Non Non Fiction, Vila/Emuna art-space, Jerusalem

2019 Graduate Exhibition, Bezalel MFA Gallery, Tel Aviv

2018 Small Sanctuary, Bezalel MFA Gallery, Tel Aviv

2018 Lost Landscapes and Hidden Maps, Nachum Gutman Museum, Tel Aviv, curated by: Monica Lavie

2017 Euphoria project, 1967 turns 50, Wartime Art, Mishkan Museum of Art, Ein Harod, curated by: Yaniv Shapira and Dana Arieli

2017 Lodger, Westminster Reference Library, London, curated by: Antonio Garcia Acosta

2017 Lieux de Mémoire/DDL’A, La Paillasse, Paris, curated by: Parand Danesh

2016 Savoir/Dessiner, L’Atelier 103B, Montreuil, curated by: Arthur Tiar

2015 Selective Memories, Griffin Gallery, London, curated by: Becca Pelly-Fry

2012 Passagers, Hanina Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, curated by: Tsiki Eisenberg

2012, Couvent de la Tourette, Lyon, curated by: Giuseppe Penone

Grants & Awards

2021 Rabinovitch Art Fund, production grant for Hoshech Magazine

2021 Pais production grant for a graphic novel for Bad Butcher, Nine Lives Press

Residencies & Fellowships

2016, Atelier W, Pantin

2015, Villa Belleville, Paris, as part of the collective Miracle


2022 Uzi Tzur, Between Matter and Non Matter (on YAD Exhibtion ), Haaretz, 14.2.22, (Heb)

2021 Yuval Saar, Taking Charge of Things, Portfolio Magazine, Heb, 26.5.21

2020 Hagay Hacohen, Drawing in the shadow of history - The art of David Duvshani, The Jerusalem Post, 17.3.2020, (Eng)

2019 Yuval Saar, David Duvshani: My discourse is more artistic, even if the appearance of my work is more 'illustrative', Portfolio, 19.11.2019, (Heb)

2018 Camea Smith, Imaginary Travels, Telavivian, 23.3.2018, (Eng)

Publications by the Artist

2021 Bad Butcher, Protocols magazine - Issue 9, (HEB)

2019-2021 Hishuvei Kitzin (Predicting the Apocalypse), Haaretz, (HEB)

2019 Crusades, Artist Book, Editions Hoosh, (FRE), (Release event Palais de Tokyo Library)

2017-2021 The Travels of Reb Schneur Zalman Mendelovitch, Tohu Magazine, With Shahar Fineberg


Nahum Gutman Museum, Tel Aviv

Private collections