a different side of Israel

Nir Hod

Nir Hod offers a great perspective on life in Israel and serious talent. He is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem and Cooper Union School of Art in New York. Thank you to the Alon Segev Gallery where these works are available.
Click the link below (more) to see some additional great pieces and check out his impressive bio.

Nir Hod Israeli Artist

Nir Hod Israeli Artist

Nir Hod
Born in Tel Aviv, 1970
1989-1993 B.F.A., Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem
1991 Student Exchange Program, Cooper Union School of Art, New York

One Person Exhibitions
2005 “Forever,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
“Luna a Las Vegas,” Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv
2001 “Destiny’s Days,” Rosenfeld Gallery ,Tel Aviv
“Heroes’ Tears,” The Borowsky Gallery at the Gershman Y, Philadelphia
2000 “Nir Hod,” LiebmanMagnan Gallery, New York
“Controversial Innocence,” Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
1999 “Forever,” Lime Light Club, New York
1998 “Forever,” LiebmanMagnan Gallery, New York; Miami-Dade
Community College, Wolfson Galleries, Miami
“Bleeding Hearts,” The Opera House, Tel Aviv
1997 “DOHRIN: The Last Painting,” The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan, Israel
“A Souvenir from November,” Mary Fauzi Gallery, Tel Aviv
1996 “The Brush of the Heart,” Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art ,Tel Aviv

Selected Group Exhibitions
2005 “The New Hebrews – A Century of Art in Israel,” Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum, Berlin
2004″Rose c’est la vie: On Flowers in Contemporary Art,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
“Stop & Stor,” LUXE Gallery, New York
“Pets,” Time for Art (Zman Le’Omanut), Israeli Art Center, Tel Aviv
“Love is in the Air: Images of Romantic Love in Contemporary Israeli Art,” Time for Art (Zman Le’Omanut), Israeli Art Center, Tel Aviv
2003 “Wonderyears: New reflections on the Shoa and Nazism in Israel,” Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (NGBK), Berlin; Künstraum Kreuzberg / Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
2002 “9-11: One Year Later,” The New York Historical Society, New York
2001 “Uncommon Threads: Contemporary Artists and Clothing,” Herbert F
Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
“Between Earth and Heaven: New Classical Movements in the Art
Today,” Museum of Modern Art, Ostend, Belgium
2000 “Manly,” Art in General, New York
“Gallery Artists,”LiebmanMagnan Gallery, New York
“Cutting Edge: Style, Psychosis and the Ethics of Self,” Robert Sandelson Gallery, London
1998 “Uniform,” Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
“After Rabin: New Art from Israel,” The Jewish Museum, New York
“Bamot: The Building, Destruction and Restoration of High Places –
Israel 1948-1998,” The Vienna Jewish Museum, Vienna
“The Lesser Light,” The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
1997 “Fantasy,” Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya, Israel
1996-98 “Desert Cliché: Israel Now – Local Images,” traveling exhibition, Bass
Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida; Grey Art Gallery & Study Center of New York University, New York; Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta; Yerba Buena Center for the Art, San Francisco
1995 “In Construction,” The Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa, Israel
“Windows,” The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
1994 “MetaSex 94: Identity, Body and Sexuality,” Ein Harod Museum of Art, Ein
Harod, Israel; Bat Yam Museum of Art, Bat Yam, Israel
“Transit,” Alternative Space at the Central Bus Station, Tel Aviv
1993 “Antipathos: Black Humor, Irony and Cynicism in Contemporary Israeli Art,” The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Additional Artist’s Projects
1994 “Lick My Varnish,” group exhibition curated by the artist at the Names Night Club, Tel Aviv
1997 “Forever,” artist’s book, Keter Publishing House, Israel
2000 “Last Letters to Anna,” CD, in collaboration with Yaron Bachar, Helicon Records, Israel

Nir Hod Israeli Artist

Nir Hod Israeli Artist

Nir Hod Israeli Artist

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  1. yes. thunbs up. Aehhy! (

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