Andi Arnovitz

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Born in 1959 in Kansas City, Missouri, Andi Arnovitz graduated with a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis. She lives and works in Jerusalem, Israel.

Arnovitz has exhibited extensively in solo and group shows in Europe and the United States and her work is in the collections of major museums and institutions including The US Library of Congress, YU Museum, The Israel National Library and the Museum of Art in Ein Harod, Israel.

Andi Arnovitz is an invited member of the Feminist Artist Base of the Brooklyn Museum of Art, a member of the Hadassah- Brandeis Institute Academic Advisory Board and a member of the Board of Governors, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Hebrew University.

She is represented in Israel by Karyn Gellman “State of the Arts” Gallery and in the US by Shulamit Gallery, Los Angeles.

Selected Solo exhibitions

“Inconvenient Realities,” University of Southern California January 2015,”

“1001 Disasters,” Gallery Agrippas 12, Summer 2015,

“Tear/Repair” George Billis Gallery, NYC. September 2011

“Tear/Repair” 2010, Yeshiva University Museum, NYC.

Selected Group exhibitions

“Visions of Place” September 2015, Rutgers University

“The Print Center’s 88th International Print Competition” The Print Center, Philadelphia, 2014,

“Flight Patterns” Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport, Until Spring 2015

“Textile Art in Israel”  The Eretz Israel Museum, February 2014

“Layers of Identity”  The Pacific Design Center LA, September 2013.

 

View artist’s posts here.

 

www.andiarnovitz.com

andiarnovitz@gmail.com

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  1. […] exhibition The Black List by Andi Arnovitz opens Thursday June 29 and runs thru August 26, […]

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