Dotan, Dorit Jordan

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Dorit Jordan Dotan, Israeli-German multidisciplinary artist lives and works in Chicago. Dorit’s work often expresses her social/political views, and calls attention to cultural issues. She is a long-time participant in movements for social change, and is active in the areas of peace, co-existence, women’s issues, human and animal rights. Her work as a documentary photographer and graphic designer has brought her images to the attention of the wider international and local community and media. 

Dotan has exhibited in New York, Berlin, Chicago, Haifa, Jerusalem, Amsterdam and around the US. She participated in the Jerusalem Biennale in 2015 and  in 2016. 

Her curated exhibition about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was on view in 2017 at the Evanston Art Center. She is a juror and curator of Refreshing Feminism exhibition created for the Woman Made Gallery, Chicago (2019).

In recent years she exhibited at The Dr. Bernard Heller Museum NYC (HUC Museum), in a continuing process of creating modern Jewish art.

One Woman Art Show

Redundant, Wedge Projects Gallery, Chicago, 2019


Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, 2019

MSE Pop Up exhibition, Evanston, 2018

Evanston Art Center, 2017

Art Grant 

Cultural Fund Grant, The Art Council Evanston, IL, USA

Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights, USA

The New Israel Fund, Israel

Permanent Exhibition:

Park Avenue Synagogue’s new Center for Lifelong Learning in New York City

Permanent Collection: HUC-Museum, New York, NY, USA


Midwest Artist Lab 2016-2017, Spertus, Chicago

Jewish Art Salon, New York, NY


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