Tamar Schori (Israel)

Tamar Schori

  • JIP – JavaMuseum Interview
  • Born, 1965, lives in Tel-Aviv, Israel
    1991 B.F.A – The Bezalel Academy of art, Israel
    Student exchange program – S.V.A, NY, USA
    Selected Projects
    “The Chant of the Dying Flesh”; part of the “Remote Connections” exhibition; curator: Amnon Barzel. Installation, Mixed media at:
    Neue Galerie, Graz, Austria, during the Steriche Herbst festival
    Art Focus, International Biennale, Jerusalem, Israel
    Nikolaj Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
    “The Delight of Deception”; part of the “Remote Connections” exhibition; curator: Amnon Barzel. at:
    Waino Alto Museum, Turko, Finland.
    “The Holiday of Holidays” festival, Beit HaGefen, Haifa
    “Geochronus Metalika”; an out door sculpture at: Eretz-Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel
    “Leube” Foundation, Artists in residency, Salzburg, Austria
    “Theme of Variations”, ACP Gallery, Salzburg, Austria
    “Hachmi collection – 90 years of Israeli art”, Tel Aviv Museum of art,
    “Vitalia”; an air-inflated installation,at:
    Art Statements, Art/30/Basel, Basel
    Fotohof Gallery, Salzburg, Austria (one person show)
    Chelouche Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel – generated images
    The first International trianala, Haifa Museum, Haifa, Israel
    Gut aufgelegt, Griffelkunst, Kunsthaus, Hamburg, Germany – images
    “Vitalia”, Installation, CYNET Art 00, Dresden, Germany
    The Vera, Silvia and Arturo Schwarz collection of contemporary art Tel Aviv Museum, Tel-Aviv, Israel
    Art forum, Berlin, Gremany
    “Vitalia-II” – Explora, Kalisher Gallery, Israel
    “Beadgee” – net art project, winner of the “art of the narrative” competition held by Impakt – Holand. Participated in Impakt festival 03
    “Tehom” – Abyss – Video loop, Herzelia museum, Israel
    Cuban biannial, Cuba

    Tamar Schori participates in

  • JavaMuseum
  • JIP – JavaMuseum Interview

    I-Ocean – netart from Asia & Pacific area

  • A Virtual Memorial
  • Memorial for the Victims of Terror
    curated by Agricola de Cologne