DAFNA GAZIT

Born – 1971

Living and working in Tel-Aviv, Israel

Co-founder and member of Alfred Institute for Arts and Culture, Tel-Aviv. Alfred is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote young artists.
 

EDUCATION:

2007 – 2009 A scholarship student in the “Amitim” program, “Alma School for Applied Hebrew Culture”, Tel-Aviv.

2004 – 2005 Fine Art studies, Hamidrasha, School of art, Beit-berl.

1994 – 1997 Photography studies in the Hadassa College of Technology, The Applied Photography Dept., Jerusalem.
 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2012 Daguerreotypes, Alfred gallery, Tel- Aviv

2009 February, Alfred gallery, Tel- Aviv

2007 Mirror, Alfred gallery, Tel- Aviv

2006 Highway, Alfred gallery, Tel- Aviv
 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016 Fresh-Paint art fair, Tel-Aviv

2016 Clearing, Alfred gallery, Tel- Aviv.

2015 Lichtung, Betonbox, Dusseldorf, Germany

2015 Complitions, Alfred gallery, Tel- Aviv.

2014 Portarait Nude Still-life, Musrara, Jerusalem

2014 Fused, digital exhibition, Cottage of Israel, San-Diego, U.S.A

2013 Medium, Site Specific 3, Cheeta gallery, Tel-Aviv

2012 Alfred Express, Haifa Museum for Art, Haifa

2010 The 1st Decade, Mofet Institute, Tel- Aviv

2010 Darkness, FusionArts  Museum, New-York.

2009  Alfred & Co, Alfred gallery, Tel- Aviv.

2009 City Garden, Petach Tikva Museum for Art

2008 Moby Hosting, collectives and collaborative projects show, The Bat Yam Museum for Contemporary Art,

2007 Perfection of the Other, Israelische Kunst, Artists Museum, Munich, Germany

2005 Intro, Alfred gallery, Tel- Aviv

2005 July, Hamidrasha, School of art, Beit-berl

1996 – 1997 Youth, Israel 1996, Beit Ariela, Tel- Aviv
 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FUNDS

2012  Rabinovich foundation for arts & Tel Aviv city Arts District-fund for an exhibition in a non profitable art space

2009  Rabinovich foundation for arts & Tel Aviv city Arts District-fund for an exhibition in a non profitable art space

1995 The Esther Gotesman Scholarship for Excellency, The Applied Photography Dept. The Hadassa College of Technology, Jerusalem.
 

COLLECTIONS

Shpilman Institute for Photography