18:00 | 6.8.2019

Shalom

Meranplatz 159

Bad Aussee

19:00 | 30.10.2018

Shoah Exhibition hosted by Austrian Culture Forum

Esther Hamalka Street 7, Tel Aviv

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EVENTS

 

Works

 

Shows

2018

Shoah hosted by Austrian Culture Forum, Tel Aviv

Pessach Haggadah, Munich

2017

Limmud, Vienna

Pop-Up Gallery, Vienna

Bistrita Synagoge, Bistrita "From Darkness to Light"

2016

Konzett "SATURNALIA III"

Frauenkirchen "Garden of Memory"

Charim Events "Haggadah Presentation" 

MMOMA Moscow "Shalom"

Stift St. Paul "Day of Judaism"

 

2015

Perchtoldsdorf "Shalom Sculpture Garden"

CICF Toronto Spotlight on Israeli Culture "Prayer"

Gallery Konzett Vienna "Symbols, Phenomena, Interpretations"

 

2014

Gallery Konzett Vienna "Konzett, Konzept, Konzert"

 

2013

Gallery Benedict Vienna "Between the Worlds"

Castle of Arts Potzneusiedl "Hallelujah"

Helene Klaar Firm Vienna

 

2012

Stift Klosterneuburg "Le'Chaim"

 

2011  

Grossrussbach

Bad Aussee

 

2010

St. Petersburg Freud Museum

 

2009

Moscow Bolschoi Synagoge

Medical University of Innsbruck "Five Books Moses Holocaust Memorial Sculpture"

Kannetii Haus Russe, Bulgaria

Bad Vöslau "Women, Art and Spirituality"

 

2008  

Medical University of Vienna Monument "Torn Book Holocaust Memorial Sculpture"

UN Vienna Holocaust Memorial day 

 

2007 

Arad Museum, Rumania "Shalom“

Sibiu, Rumania "Shalom“

Jewish Institute "Jews Christians Muslims“

 

2006 

Volkshochschule Landstraße

 

2005

Salzburg

 

2004

Theater Akzent "Jidl mit’n Fidl"

Floridsdorf

Kultur Haus „Peace of 3 Religions“

Jewish Museum - Vienna "Mystic Myths and Symbols" 

Meimonides Centre Vienna

 

2003

Ma Pitom

Theater Akzent "Jidl mit’n Fidl"

Bank Austria

 

2002 

Siemenshaus Floridsdorf "The Creation“

 

2001 

Kulturkabinett Florisdorf "Year Cycle“

 

2000 

Jewish Institute "Jewish Tradition“

 

1999

Dance School Floridsdorf "The Jewish Holidays“

 

1988

Wizo Israel "Beth Zione Amerika“

 

Bio

The versatile artist Dvora Barzilai was born in 1961 in Tel Aviv, where she spent the majority of her youth. inspired by the nearby, sleepy port town of Jaffa, home to many artists and fishermen, she already started drawing and painting as a child. She became a member of the editorial board of the school newspaper "Nizanim". At the Academy in Tel Aviv, she completed a degree in education and earned a Bachelors degree in Education from the LCC of Vienna. She studied painting, graphics, illustration and art print with the prestigious Israeli artists Michael Bloch, Dani Kehrman and Hanna Goldschmidt. At the Basis school in Netanya, she studied sculpture and print at the "Beit Haomanim" in Tel Aviv.

Dvora Barzilai draws the inspiration for her paintings and sculptures from the life she leads as an observant Jew. Religion and Jewish tradition are at the center of her work. Her art has already been exhibited at numerous exhibitions in Austria and abroad.

 

Press

IKG Vienna

Monument Perchtoldsdorf

02/2015

CJN News

Sheri Shefa

02/2015

Kurier

Georg Gesellmann

04/2014

Der Standard

03/2013

Shalom Concert

Poster

2013

Illustrierte Neue Welt

Cover Image

01/2015

Jüdische Echo

Cover Image

11/2008

Illustrierte Neue Welt

Cover Image

03/04 2012

Jiddischer Kulturherbst

Poster

10/11 2012

Mein Bezirk

Monument in Perchtoldsdorf

06/2015

Exhibition Hallelujah

Poster

09/2013

Exhibition Hatikva

Poster

2003

Cards

 

OJM

The Blog

03/2013

Nu

Brigitte Krizsanits

03/2016

Wina

Alexia Weiss

05/2016

Illustrierte Neue Welt

Cover Image

07/2019

 

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