Leah Raab

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Born in Trenton, NJ, Leah Raab is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem and the NY Studio School.

Selected solo exhibitions include

“Beyond the Surface”, 2014, Creative Soul Gallery, Brooklyn,  “Streetscapes of the Lower East Side”, 2014, Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy, NY,  “Transformations”, 2010, Agam Gallery, Raanana,  “Landscape”, 2006, Hebrew University Beit Belgia Gallery, Jerusalem.

Also solo exhibitions at the Jerusalem Municipal Gallery, Emunah College Gallery in Jerusalem, Asia House in Tel Aviv, Mofet Gallery in Raanana, Bible Museum in Tel Aviv, Fairleigh Dickinson University College Art Gallery in Teaneck, NJ, Waltuch Gallery in Tenafly, NJ, Atrium Gallery in Tenafly, NJ, YMHA in Central Queens, NY, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

Selected group exhibits include

Who’s Your Mama?”, Monmouth Museum, 2014, Lincroft, NJ, “Off the Grid” 2014, Atlantic Gallery, NY, “NAWA Members Exhibit” 2014, The Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Gallery, NY, “Women of Vision”, 2014, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida, “Wish You Were Here” 2014, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn.

Other venues where she exhibited in group shows include the Artists House in Tel Aviv, Artists House in Jerusalem, Opera House in Tel Aviv, Ward Nasse Gallery NY, Dieu Donne NY, Chamot Gallery in Jersey City NJ, Atlantic Gallery in NY, Castle Fitzjohns Gallery in NY, Crescent Street Art Collective in Long Island City, NY Public Library in NY, the Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, NJ, Arts Club of Washington DC, Harlem School of the Arts in NY, the Painting Center in NY, Belskie Museum in Closter, NJ, Emerge Gallery, Saugerties, NY, County College of Morris Art and Design Gallery in Randolph NJ, Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford, CT, Derfner Judaica Museum in Riverdale, NY, Blue Mountain Gallery, NY and Prince Street Gallery, NY.


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One comment

  1. […] Kestenbaum reviews “Beyond the Surface,” Leah Raab‘s solo show at the Creative Soul Gallery in […]


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