Ronit Levin Delgado is an Israeli–born, New York–based multidisciplinary visual artist and a Fulbright Scholar. Graduated from MSU, NJ, MFA Studio Art program, and the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, BFA Fine Art program. Levin Delgado has won multiple awards and honors, including the Fulbright Scholarship, AICF American-Israel Cultural Foundation, Asylum Arts, Jewish Art Salon Fellowship, Daughters of Troy Residency, UJA Fellowship, the Israeli Ministry of Culture Scholarship and in 2014 she was chosen to be the recipient of the First Annual Prize for Bezalel Alumni for Excellence.
Levin Delgado has had Solo and Two-person exhibitions, including at Raw Pop Up (Art Basel Miami), Spring Break Art (NY), Gallery Sensei and Chashama (NY), the Frame Gallery (PA), Guttman Museum, Hertzelilinblum Museum (TLV) and her work has been widely shown in international group exhibitions in Israel, Europe and the US, including, The Queens Museum (NY), Museum of Russian Art (NJ), Magnan Metz Gallery, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Trestle Gallery, The Border, The Cell, Grace Exhibition Space, House of Yes, Bizarre Brooklyn, Satellite Art, Paper Box, EFA (NYC), Index Gallery, Aferro Gallery (Newark), Cardiff, Wales and Leeds (UK), as well as participated in many international collaborations. Her work is featured in both private and public collections.
Her work explores conditions and experiences of instinctual human interactions through the use of the body, rituals, and the intimacy of a kiss. In performances, videos, paintings and sculptural objects, she calls into question the personal narratives of vulnerability and desire. In immersive installations she invites the viewers to engage and share a private intimate moment in a collective environment experience. The artist’s personal rituals fuse the fragments of cultural traditions, rituals and beliefs into performative actions and objects.