Selected Works

NETA HARARI NAVON

Education
2014-2017 M.A. in Art Therapy, David Yellin College of Education, Jerusalem
1996-1998 Graduate of Midrasha School of Art, Beit Berl Academic College
1992-1995 B.A in Theater and Set Design, Tel Aviv University
1991-1992 Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem
1994-1998 Thelma Yelin High school of Arts, Givatayim

Solo Exhibitions
2022 A Cocoon of Fantasy, Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv
2022 Judgement Day, Israel Museum, Jerusalem.  Curator: Amitai Mendelson
2017 Catastrophe, Sapir Academic College, Sderot
2012 A witch who ran out of horses, Inga Gallery, Tel Aviv
2008 InsideFarAway, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv
2002 Dynasty, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
2000 Brunette, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Tel Aviv

Group Exhibitions
2017 Dangerous Art, Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa
2015, Banksy’s ‘Dismaland’ Bemusement Park, Weston Super Mare, England.
2013 Plural, Israeli contemporary Art, Villa Emerige Museum, Paris.
2013 Plaster, Physicians for Human Rights
2010 Small adults, Say Arye Gallery, curator: Sagi Rafael
2010 Drawing camp 2010, Art Station, Ramla.
2009 5 Artists Woundrous Worlds, Helena Rubinstein Pavilon of Contemporary Art. Curator: Varda Steinlauf
2008 The 90’s. Hertzelia Museum, Curator: Doron Rabina
2006 Present Now, Reding Art Fair 5, Curator: Tal Ben tzvi
2005 Power, Reding Art Fair 4. Curator: Doron Rabina
2003 First Portrait, Tel-aviv Museum of Art, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion of contemporary art
2002 Death doing, Avni new Gallery, Tel aviv. Curator Galia Yahav
2002 Mother Tongue, Museum of Art, Ein Harod & Hagar Gallery, yafo. Curator: Tal Ben Tzvi
2002 Imagine, Artists for co-existence, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel-Aviv
2000 Love Disaster, Museum of Art, Ein Harod, Curator: Galia Yahav

Awards & Scholarship
2012 Artist-teaching Scholarship , Branko-Waiss Ramla, Ministry of Science and Technology
2011 Artist-teaching Scholarship, Branko-Waiss Ramla, Ministry of Science and Technology
2010 Artist in Community Scholarship, Art Station Ramla, Ministry of Science and Technology
2002 winner of  ‘First Portrait’ prize from the Israel National Lottery Council For The Arts

EXHIBITIONS