CV 

Education


2021
MFA, Art, Theory, Practice, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA

2016
BFA Photography Program, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel (graduated cum laude)

2013
BArch Architecture Program, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel


Solo Exhibitions


2022
Interior Landscape (upcoming), Space p-11, Chicago, Illinois

2021 
Anti-Mapping, w/ Miki Kratsman, Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Curated by Raz Samira

A Bruising Gaze on a Faltering Landscape, w/ Katherine Reynolds, Block Museum of Art, Evanston, Illinois

2019
Perpetual Motion of the Fourth Kind, The Printhouse Gallery, Tel Aviv. Curated by Etty Schwartz

2017
Gas, Stun, Smoke, Gallery of Photographic Communications department, Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem. Curated by Doron Altaratz


Projects and Collaborations


2020
Tashlikh Atlas, w/ Efrat Hakimi, online project, www.tashlikhatlas.com

2019
The Beating of Faisal Al-Natsheh, photogrammetry work for Forensic Architecture and Breaking the Silence

2018
Killing in Umm Al-Hiran, photogrammetry work for Forensic Architecture

2016
The Jefferson Grid, online project, instagram.com/the.jefferson.grid/

2015
‘HaKol Galui’ (All Is Revealed) - Interactive sound tour in the village Lifta, part of the Jerusalem Season of Culture, with Hadar Porat and Hila Zaksenberg

Photo Kerber, exhibition at the Photography Department Gallery, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. Curated by Michal Heiman. Research and curatorial work


Selected Group Exhibitions


2020
Visual Rights, with Miki Kratsman, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool. Curated by Gary Bratchford

2019
Tribute Exhibition to Yoram Lehman, Manofim Art Festival, The Qube Gallery, Jerusalem. Curated by Etty Schwartz

2018
‘Mikdash Me’at’ (Small Senctuary), the MFA Gallery of Bezalel Academy, Tel Aviv. Curated by Avital Barak

‘Mishorim Haim’ (Living Plateaus), Bezalel Photography Gallery, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. Curated by Ilanit Konopny

2017

‘Bikkurim’ (First Fruits), The New Gallery Artists’ Studios, Teddy, Jerusalem. Curated by Sally Haftel Naveh

Jerusalem in Detail, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Curated by Dan Handel

‘Parach (U’shav) Mizichroni’, Binyamin Gallery. Curated by Etty Schwartz

Islands, Jerusalem Design Week 2017. Curated by Tal Erez

Such a Landscape, 17th Media Art Biennale, WRO 2017 - “Draft System”, Wrocław

2016
Room 404, Indie Photography Group Gallery, Tel Aviv. Curated by Keren Zaltz and Tal Nissim

Open House Jerusalem, public art installation and event inside a Pillbox guard post. Curated by Keren Kuenberg

Notes, Indie Photography Group Gallery, Tel Aviv. Curated by Orit Bartini Shavit, Keren Zaltz and Davi Barel

Black Box, art exhibition in public space, Jerusalem. Curated by Asaf Cohen and Izek Mizrahi

Vacuum, International Photography Festival, Jaffa. Curated by Rea Ben David and Etty Schwartz

Depth of Field, Beit HaGefen Art Gallery, Haifa. Curated by Dr. Dor Guez and Yeala Hazut


Grants & Awards


2021
Artist Fellowship, Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts, Israel

2020
High Holidays Digital Art Grant, Asylum Arts, Brooklyn

2018
Gérard Lévy Prize for a Young Photographer, The Israel Museum, Israel


Residencies


2021
Arad Contemporary Art Center residency program, Arad, Israel (upcoming)

2019
Art Cube Artists’ Studios, long-term residency program, Jerusalem, Israel



Publications


2021 
Aerial Visibilities: Towards a Visual Sociology of the Sky, Gary Bratchford & Dennis Zuev, Introduction to the special issue, Visual Studies, January 2021

The Photos Exposing What Israel Is Trying to Hide, Gili Merin. Haaretz Magazine, June 16, 2021

The Map and the Territory: Miki Kratsman and Shabtai Pinchevsky are Remapping Reality (Hebrew), Hagit Peleg Rotem, Portfolio Magazine, July 11, 2021

2020
Miki Kratsman and Shabtai Pinchevsky: The Anti-Mapping project, Andrew Fisher, Philosophy of Photography, October 2020.

Anti-Mapping / Case: Khan al-Ahmar, Case: Nakba & The Green Line, Case: Unrecognized Bedouin Villages, Case: Urban Combat Training Centers. With Miki Kratsman. Produced for ‘Visual Rights’ at Open Ey Gallery, Liverpool.

2018
Anti-Mapping: Khan al-Ahmar, with Miki Kratsman. Angle issue 24, Multipress, Norway. Curated by Hester Keiser

Too Big a Credit, Tal Niv. Haaretz Weekend Magazine, March 16, 2018

The Jefferson Grid. Phases Magazine, April 22, 2018

2015
Orbital View: Where’d You Go, Jefferson Grid?, Chris Bodenner. The Atlantic, September 17, 2015

Even When You Go Off the Grid, You Might Still Be On It. The New York Times, September 3, 2015


Collections


Centre Pompidou, La Collection Du musée National D’Art Moderne

Private collections


Lectures


2021
Art and Human Rights International Conference, Lisbon, Portugal

A Bruising Gaze on a Faltering Landscape - Closing Conversation, with Amanda Williams, W.J.T. Mitchell, and Michael Rakowitz. Art, Theory, Practice, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois

2019
#WIP Photo Slideshow: Memory and Archive, Mana Contemporary, Chicago

2018
Incorporating Spatial Analysis and Big Data in International Relations Studies and Conflict Research, Department of Geography, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem


Teaching


2019
Digital Art, Basis for Art & Culture, Herzliya