Naama Tsabar

NAAMA TSABAR (b. 1982 Israel) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Tsabar has held solo exhibitions at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel, the Herziliya Museum for Contemporary Art, Israel, 2006, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, NY, Dvir Gallery, Israel, and Pianissimo Gallery, Milan. Selected group exhibitions include: “Greater New York,” MoMAPS1, The Bucharest Biennale for Young Artists, “Volume(s),” Casino Luxembourg, “Closer,” Spinello Projects, Miami, “Uncommon Places,” ExtraCity, Antwerp, Belgium, and “History Of Violence” at the Haifa Museum, Israel. Tsabar is a two-time recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation grant (2005 and 2009), a 2010 Artis grant recipient, the 2009-2010 recipient of the Joan Sovern Award from Columbia University, and 2012 Grantee of The Rema Hort Mann Foundation Award. Tsabar’s work has been featured and reviewed in publications including ArtForum, ArtReview, The New York Times, New York Magazine, ArtAsia Pacific and Fader Magazine.