Ronit Levin Delgado (born Tel Aviv, Israel), is a multi media artist and a Fulbright scholar, lives and works in NYC. Currently a 2017-2018 resident artist and instructor at Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn. Levin Delgado is a graduate (2013) of the MFA Studio Art program at MSU, NJ, and holds a BFA from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem (2008), In 2011, Levin Delgado was selected for the Exchange Program for Merit Students to study at Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts, PA.
Levin Delgado has won multiple awards and honors, including the 2011-2013 Fulbright Scholarship, 2017 Jewish Art Salon Fellowship, 2017 Daughters of Troy Residency in Governors Island, 2016 COJECO Fellowship, Asylum Arts, the Israeli Ministry of Culture Scholarship, Bezalel Academy Award for Excellence and on 2014 she was chosen to be the recipient of the First Annual Prize for Bezalel Alumni.
Levin Delgado has had Solo exhibitions, including at Raw Pop Up (Art Basel Week, Miami FL), Spring Break Art (NY), Gallery Sensei (NY), the Frame Gallery (PA), Guttman Museum (Tel Aviv) and has been included in numerous international group exhibitions in Israel, Europe and the US, including, The Queens Museum (NY), Museum of Russian Art (NJ), Magnan Metz Gallery, and Trestle Gallery (NYC), Index Gallery, Aferro Gallery (Newark), Cardiff, Wales and Leeds (UK) and Hertzelilinblum Museum in Israel
Levin Delgado’s work has been featured in notable private collections such as the Ministry of Tel Aviv city Mayor private art collection, Bank Leumi Private Art Collection and The United States-Israel Educational Foundation (USIEF) Art Collection. In 2011, Levin Delgado was selected to participant in the documentary film on Israeli painters, “Discussions in Israeli Art with David Vakshtain”. In 2012 Levin Delgado has been selected to be the Assistant Set Deisgner for ZINNIAS: The Life Of Clementine Hunter, Director: Robert Wilson at Alexander Kasser Theater, NJ.
As a performance artist, Levin Delgado has performed at The Cell, Grace Exhibition Space, House of Yes, Paper Box, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, EFA in NYC and participated in many international collaborations.