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Sharon Glazberg

Born 1976 in Israel, lives and works in Israel.


Sharon Glazberg is a multidisciplinary artist working in performance, video, painting and sculpture. Her work is often participatory, and she practices long term processes with various communities.

Glazberg is a graduate of San Fransisco Art Institute, Hamidrasha Art School, and Haifa University. She has had solo exhibitions at various venues, including The Museum of Art at Ein Harod, Kav16 Gallery in Tel Aviv, Luggage Space Gallery in San Francisco, The Haifa University Gallery, and Islip Museum, NY.

Her works have been shown in numerous group exhibitions in venues such as Bergen Kunsthall, The Jewish Museum in New York, The 2000 Cuban Biennial in Havana, The Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Ashdod Museum of Art, Galerie Rabouan Moussion in Paris, The Negev Museum of Art, Rockefeller Museum, Jerusalem, MoBY (Museums of Bat Yam), and CCA Tel Aviv.

Education

2004-2005 MFA with honors, Haifa University, Haifa

1998-2000 BFA with honors, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco


Solo Exhibitions

2021 Nowhere, RawArt Gallery, Tel Aviv, curated by: Maya Bamberger

2018 Meridian, RawArt Gallery, Tel Aviv, curated by: Leah Abir

2018 Garden Keepers, Wilfrid Israel Museum, Hazorea

2017 Asiff, Zumo Museum

2015 Mishkan, Mishkan Museum of Art, Ein Harod, curated by: Galia Bar Or and Noam Segal

2014 Silent Protests, Kav16 Gallery, Tel Aviv

2011 Works, Tmuna Theatre Gallery, Tel Aviv

2011 Geography of Salon, ST-ART, Tel Aviv

2010 Aviva-a Way of an Elephant, Infiniti Show Room 69, Tel Aviv

2007 AGAMIM, Tavi Dresdner Gallery, Tel Aviv

2006 Sea Level, Kav16 Gallery, Tel Aviv

2004 Slide Up, The University Gallery, Haifa

2001 Projects 2001, Islip Museum, Central Islip

2000 Short Cuts, Luggage Space Gallery, San Francisco


Selected Group Exhibitions

2020 Open Skies, Tel Aviv, curated by: Avi Lubin

2020 Bodyscapes, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, curated by: Dr. Adina Kamien-Kazhdan

2020 Groundwater, The New Municipal Gallery for Contemporary Art, Ramat Hasharon, curated by: Ravit Harari

2019 Nakanojo Biannale, Nakanojo

2019 The Green Village, The New Municipal Gallery for Contemporary Art, Ramat Hasharon, curated by: Ravit Harari

2019 Breathing Space, Wilfrid Israel Museum, HaZore'a, curated by: Shir Meller-Yamaguchi

2019 Raw Art, RawArt Gallery, Tel Aviv, curated by: Maya Bamberger

2019 Impersonating Myself / Becoming Myself, ShanghaiTech University, Shanghai, curated by: Shoshan Brosh-Vaitz and Zhang Fang

2018 Which Does Not Cease Not Being Written, The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon, curated by: Yoni Niv

2018 Seven Rituals to Change the Mood, Hayarkon 19 Gallery, Tel Aviv, curated by: Avi Lubin

2018 The Map - Reading Between the Lines, Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, curated by: Batia Donner

2018 To the End of Land, National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, curated by: Drorit Gur Arie and Or Tshuva

2017 Agropolis, Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem

2017 More Love Hours than Can Ever Be Repaid, RawArt Gallery, Tel Aviv, curated by: Leah Abir

2017 Above and Beyond, Mekudeshet Festival, Jerusalem

2016 The Recipients: Ministry of Culture Awards in Art, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya

2015 Beuys, Beuys, Beuys, Kav16 Gallery, Tel Aviv

2015 The Last Sea - Israeli Art and the Sea, Ashdod Museum of Art, Ashdod

2015 Agro-Art, Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Petach Tikva, curated by: Tali Tamir

2014 On Dry Land, The Negev Museum of Art, Be'er Sheva

2014 Distributed Landscape, Binyamin Gallery, Tel Aviv

2014 Concrete, Bulimia, Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center, Tel Aviv

2013 Home/Place, Umm el-Fahem Art Gallery, Umm el-Fahem

2013 Can Never Go Back, Sound Sculpture, Heichal HaTarbut, Tel Aviv

2013 Not Book, Beit Ha'Ir, Tel Aviv

2013 Re: Visiting Rockefeller, Rockefeller Museum, Jerusalem

2013 Local Pulse, Artists House, Tel Aviv

2013 Cabinets of Wonder, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya

2013 Mother, Ravens!, Israeli Digital Art Center, Holon

2013 Musrara Mix, Jerusalem

2011 Culture. Climate, Bezalel, Yaffo 23, Jerusalem

2011 The Ghosts of the Proletariat, Halalit Gallery, Tel Aviv

2011 Mapable, SpaceCamp MicroGallery, Indianapolis

2011 Beit Uri and Rami Nehostan Museum, Ashdot Ya'akov Meuhad

2010 Dreaming, S2 project Room, Sommer Gallery, Tel Aviv

2010 Island, MoBY, Bat Yam

2010 Natural Conflict: Video and Photography from Israel, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno

2009 Nuit Blanche, Galerie Rabouan Moussion, Paris

2009 The Roaring Stuffed Animal, Sturman Museum, Ein Harod

2009 A Bridge Over the Mediterranean, Video Biennial

2009 Drawer Plan, CCA, Tel Aviv

2009 Real Sci-Fi, Bezalel MFA Gallery, Tel Aviv

2007 Seven Sculpture, Tavi Dresdner Gallery, Tel Aviv

2006 John Skis or Sally Swims, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen

2005 Body Politics, The Jewish Museum, New York

2003 Tensionism, Kenny Schachter’s 132 Perry Street, New York

2000 Short Films and Videos, Stanford University Gallery, Stanford

2000 Paladar, Cuban Biennial 2000, Havana

Zumo on the Move, Kiryat Yam, curated by: Milana Gitzin Adiram, Ofra Harnam & Ruth Oppenheim


Grants & Awards

2016 Artist in the Community Award, The Ministry of Culture

2015 The Ministry of Culture Award,

2015 Exhibition Grant, Mifal Hapis

2015 The Ostrovsky Family Fund, New Providence

2005 Grant, America Israel Foundation

2003 The Dean Fellowship, Haifa University

2001 Projects 2001 awards, Islip Museum, East Islip

2000 The New Genera award, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco


Selected Press

2021 Avi Pitchon, Exhibition Review, Haaretz, 02.04.21, (Heb)

2020 Gilad Melzer, Bodyscapes Exhibition Review, Haaretz, 11.3.2020, (Heb)

2016 Meital Raz, Interview, TimeOut Magazine, 25.9.2016, (Heb)

2014 Noa Hazan, Review, Erev Rav, 31.10.14, (Heb)








Collections

Ein Harod Museum of Art Collelction

Ha'aretz Collection

ORS Collection

ST-Art Collection

Private collections