הדס מאור
 

2015

 

Tsibi Geva
Archeology of the Present
 
The Israeli Pavilion, The 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia

 
           
 

2013

 

showtime  
Janet Cardiff(Canada), Naama Tsabar (Israel), Alona Rodeh (Israel)
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art

 
 

2011

 

Shesh Besh  
[Matan Ben Tulila, Naama Ben Yosef, Maya Bloch, Zachi Buchbut, Peleg Dishon, Yael Efrati, Tamar Harpaz, Lea Golda Holterman, Noga Inbar, Daniel Mann, Jumana Manna, Lior Modan, Tom Pnini, Alona Rodeh, Nevet Yitshak]
The Petach Tikva Museum of Art

 
           
 

2011

 

Eran Reshef 
Paintings
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art

 
           
 

2011

 

Maya Gold  
Echo
Alon Segev Gallery

 
           
 

2010

 

Grzegorz Klaman 
Political Things
Wyspa Institute of Art, Gdánsk

 
           
 

2010

 

Carlos Amorales  
Manimal
The Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art

 
           
 

2010

 

Living Room  
David Adika, Uri Gershuni, Shai Ignatz, Rami Maymon, Rona Yefman
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art

 
           
 

2010

 

Naama Tsabar 
Sweat
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art

 
           
 

2009

 

History of Violence  
Lida Abdul (Afghanistan), Yael Bartana (Israel), Tali Ben Bassat (Israel), Avner Ben Gal (Israel), Gilad Efrat (Israel), Lea Golda Holterman (Israel), Mona Hatoum (Lebanon), Michal Heiman (Israel), Grzegorz Klaman (Poland), Sigalit Landau (Israel), Ernesto Neto (Brazil), Chloe Piene (USA), SUPERM: Slava Mogutin and Brian Kenny (Russia/USA), Naama Tsabar (Israel), Artur Zmijewski (Poland)
The Haifa Museum of Art

 
           
 

2008

 

Tsibi Geva    
Mound of Things

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art

 
           
 

2007

 

Temporally   
Kader Attia (France), Boaz Arad (Israel), Mircea Cantor (Romania), Jiri Cernicky (Czech Republic), Jordi Colomer (Spain), Hanna Farah-Kufer Birim (Palestine/Israel), Tsibi Geva (Israel), Miki Kratsman (Israel), Nicole Six and Paul Petritsch (Austria), Ilana Salma Ortar (Israel), Dina Shoham (Israel), Wang Wei (China)

The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon

 
           
 

2006

 

Vardi Kahana   
An Israeli Portrait

 
           
 

2005

 

(after)    
Nelly Agassi, Uri Gershuni, Michal Heiman, Gal Weinstein, Sigalit Landau, Rami Maymon, Ohad Fishof, Alice Klingman, Doron Rabina, Tal Shoshan, Gil Shachar

The Petach Tikva Museum of Art

 
           
 

2004

 

Alice Klingamn  
Summer Time
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion

 
           
 

2004

 

Embroidered Action    
Etti Abergel (Israel), Nelly Agassi (Israel), Erez Golan (Israel), Gal Weinstein (Israel), Masha Yosefpolski (Israel), Michal Na'aman (Israel), Ernesto Neto (Brazil), Ghada Amer (Egypt/USA), Alice Klingman (Israel), Chiharu Shiota (Japan)
The Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art

 
           
 

2004

 

Nelly Agassi    
Borrowed Scenery
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art

 
           
 

2003

 

Meirav Heiman    
Split
Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv

 
           
 

2002

 

Nelly Agassi   
Palace of Tears
Ein Harod Museum of Art

 

 
           
 

2002

 

Alona Harpaz
The Barkan Foundation for young Israeli Artists
Ramat Gan Museum of Art

 
           
 

2001

 

Meirav Heiman
Sister of Mercy
Borochov Gallery, Tel Aviv

 
           
 

1998

 

Roi Kuper
from Vanishing Zones

 
           
 

1997

 

Ruti Agassi
From Breaking up the Home III
Limbus Gallery, Tel Aviv

 
           
 

1998

 

Hanna Sahar
Princess Bingo
Camera Obscura Gallery, Tel Aviv

 

 
           
 

1997

 

Tamar Karavan
Theodora
Camera Obscura Gallery, Tel Aviv

 
           
 

1997-2001

 

Various articles, Studio Art Magazine (Editor: Sarah Breitberg Semel)    

 
           
 

1997-2001

 

Various articles, Terminal Art magazine (Editor: Rachel Sukman)

 
           
 

1997-2001

 

Various articles, Plastica, Visual Culture Periodical (Editor: Ariela Azoulay)    

 
           
 

1997-2001

 

Various articles, Camera Obscura Magazine (Editor: Adam Baruch)

 
           
 

1993-1995

 

Various articles and Critics, Shishi Magazine, Globes (Editor: Adam Baruch)