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Guy Goldstein

GUY GOLDSTEIN was born in 1974 in Haifa, Israel and currently lives and works in Tel Aviv. Goldstein’s work has been exhibited at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Hertzliya Museum, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Petach Tikva Museum, KW Berlin, Venice Biennale 2013, AU Museum in Katzen, Art Center in Washington D.C., and Omi Sculpture Park in New York as well as in many international galleries, museums, and art fairs. He won the prestigious Minister of Israeli Culture Award in 2012. Goldstein currently serves as the director of The Visual Communication Department at Musrara, School of Photography and New Media, Jerusalem.

Guy Goldstein

In recent years, my works are created by transitions between media, attempts to convert and translate actions through one medium to another.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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