Judith Margolis

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American-born Israel-based artist, essayist and book designer, Judith Margolis, is a graduate of Cooper Union (NYC), Lone Mountain College (SF, CA) and University of Southern California (MFA/1986).

Margolis has exhibited and published her work internationally, including with Oxford University Press and Jewish Lights, (Vermont) and at the New York Public Library Special Collections and the Yale University Rare Book Library.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

“The Project Room Residency,” Loft at Liz’s Gallery (LA/2011); “Simple Twist of Fate,” Hebrew Union College (LA/2008); “Making a Place for Peace,” University of Southern California (LA, 2003); “Awake at Night,” Super Studio Gallery, Jerusalem (1994)

Selected Group Exhibitions

“Gathering Sparks,” (2014) Mizel Museum, Denver, CO; “Find Common Ground” (2008) Huan Tie Art Museum, Beijing China; Anlasslich des 125. Geburtstages von Hermann Hesse” (2002) KunstKeller Gallery, Annaberg, Germany; “Ashet Chayil,” (traveled between 1990-1998), opened at Yeshiva University Museum, NYC- closed at Bezalel Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel; “At Home,” (1983) Long Beach Museum, CA

Grants and fellowships include

Coolidge Colloquium Research Fellowship, Auburn Theological Seminary, NYC (2010); Visiting International Residency Grant, 18th Street Art Center, LA, CA (2009 and 2008); International Plein-Air Printmaking Residency Grant, Fargo, ND (1998); International Plein Air Printmaking Grant, Chelushkinskaya, Russia (1996); Arad Arts Project Year-Long Art Residency, Israel (1993-94); Woman’s Studio Workshop, Artists Book Residency Grant, Rosendale, NY (1983 ); Cornell University Council on the Arts, Book Project Grant, Ithaca, NY, (1983)

 

View this artist’s recent posts here.

www.brightideabooks.com

www.judithmargolis.com

judith.margolis@gmail.com

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