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Alma Itzhaky is an artist and researcher based in Berlin and Tel Aviv. Rooted in painting and drawing, her work addresses questions of place and locality, of urban environment and nature, and the relations between humans and nature. Alongside her work as an artist, Itzhaky is a researcher in the philosophy of art and political philosophy. She is currently a Minerva Fellow at the Leibniz Center for Literary and Cultural Research, Berlin.

Itzhaky exhibited numerous group and solo exhibitions at Israeli and international institutions, including the Tel Aviv Museum, the Hertzelia Museum, Dvir Gallery and Hezi Cohen Gallery. Her residency programs include LABA contemporary art, Berlin, the NARS Foundation residency and the Drawing Center viewing program in NYC. She’s won notable prizes, including the Rappaport Prize for a Young Artist (2014), and the Osnat Mozes Painting Prize (2012). Itzhaky teaches at Shankar College, Tel Aviv and at the Tel Aviv University.

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