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Noga Farchy

Born 1987 in Israel, lives and works in Tel Aviv.


Farchy is interested in sensory and sensual states, in the body, its testimony, its emptiness, and its abstraction. She is preoccupied with surfaces, with skin and its stripping, spreading, and flattening. Through these actions, she is seeking to immortalize the body. 

Farchy holds a BFA from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. She won the Cooper Prize for Excellence in Creativity in 2017 and the Presser Prize for Excellence in Painting in 2018. Her work has been in solo and group exhibitions in venues such as Balcont Gallery in Tel Aviv, Barbur Gallery in Jerusalem, the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, and the Alliance House in Jerusalem.

 

Education

2014-2018 BFA, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem


Solo Exhibitions

2021 Scorpion Whisper, Studio-Bank, Tel Aviv, project curator: Gilad Ratman


Group Exhibitions

2021 Black Rain, Edmond de Rothschild Center, Tel Aviv, curated by: Sally Haftel- Naveh

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

2020 Freshpaint, online edition, curated by: Yifat Gurion and Raz Shapira

2020 Art at TYO, TYO, Tel Aviv, curated by: Omer Shani Ben Shahar & Iris Rywkind Ben Zour

2019 Fugue In Three Voices, Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem, curated by: Noga Farchy and Mia Yankovich Shentser

2019 Beauty Salon, Balcont Gallery, Tel Aviv, curated by: Ron Asulin

2019 Zoom 2019 – Young Israeli Artists, The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, Tel Aviv, curated by: Tal Bechler and Gilla Limon

2018 Emergence Hour, Alliance House, Jerusalem, curated by: Paz Sher

2018 Graduate Exhibition, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem

2016 What Comes in Hand, Alliance House, Jerusalem, curated by: Noga Farchy and Yasmin Caspin


Residencies & Fellowships

2018 Preser Prize for Excellence in Painting,

2017 Cooper Prize for Excellence in Creativity,


Press

What's Happening // Noga Farchy, Portfolio, 8.5.2020, (Heb)




Collections

Private collections