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Ella Cohen-Vansover

Ella Cohen Vansover

1984                      Born in Jerusalem

                               Lives and works in Jerusalem

Education

2007-2011            BFA, Fine Arts Department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem

2015-2016            Graphic Design studies, Eran Zirman Design Workshop

2016-2017            ToolBox Residency for Graphic Designers and Artists, New Spirit, Hansen                              House, Jerusalem

2017                       MFA Program in Fine Arts, Faculty of the Arts, University of Haifa

Selected exhibitions

2009                       “Kiasma”, Barbour Gallery, Jerusalem. Curator: Irit Hemmo

2012                       “Readiness”, mural as part of Muslala Project, Jerusalem, Curators: Irit Rachel Shillo & Matan Israeli

                                “The Mall”,Studio Ba’alot Hamelacha, Jerusalem

                                “Drive Inn”, Studio Ba’a lot Hamelacha, Jerusalem

2013                       “The Portrait and Beyond”, Hacubia, Jerusalem, Curators: Gil Goren & Ella Cohen Vansover

                                “Eat, Love”, Hamishkan Gallery, Holon, Curator: Nitza Perry

2015                       “Spirits and Demons”, New Gallery, Jerusalem, Curator: Max Epstein

2016                       Opening Exhibition, New Gallery, Jerusalem, Curator: Tamar Gispan Greenberg

2017                       “The Ranch”, Beit Alliance, Jerusalem, Curator: Etzion Mizrahi

                                 ”Jerusalem enters on little cats’ feet”, Djanogly Arts Center, Jerusalem, Curator: Tamara Ben Artzi

                                “From the Studio”, Hacubia, Jerusalem, Curator: Dan Ormian

2018                       “Home/Guest”, New Gallery, Jerusalem, Curator: Tamar Gispan Greenberg

Selected curatorial activities

2013-2016            Co- curator in The following projects: #PHOTOGRAPHY (2013), Idan Erez | Hen Lapid | Ayala Fox, Paintings (2013), Marek Yanai: Watercolors (2015), Salon Hacubia 2015, Meir Appelfeld, Monotypes (2016), Collectors (2016)

2016                       Villa Deccan, Judith Appleton, Painting exhibition, Intervention in the Jerusalem Nature Museum

2017                       Co-curator of Salon Hacubia

Press coverage

Galia Yahav, “Thoughts on the state of Israeli painting” (Heb.)

Shaul Setter, “Against whom is Salon Hacubia revolting?” (Heb.)