Ilit Azoulay, b. 1972, Tel Aviv. Lives and works in Berlin.
Ilit Azoulay has represented the Israeli Pavilion at the 59th Venice Art Biennale(2022) with her project Queendom. Her work has been exhibited extensively and internationally in galleries and museums including solo exhibitions at Blue Rider Gallery (2019, Tai Pei), Center for Contemporary Art Tel Aviv (2019), The Israel Museum (2017, Jerusalem), Braverman Gallery (2013, Tel-Aviv), Kunst Werke (2014, Berlin), Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art (2014, Herzliya), and Andrea Meislin Gallery (2011, 2013, New York ). In 2014 she was nominated by Quentin Bajac and received the Rencontres d’Arles Discovery Award (2014, Arles).
The artist has taken part in group exhibitions in established galleries as well as museums such as Moskowitz Bayse Gallery, LA (2022), Kunsthaus Zürich (2022), Eretz Israel Museum, Tel-Aviv (2021), BPS22, Charleroi (2020), Daimler Contemporary, Berlin (2020), PLATO Ostrava, Ostrava (2020), Hangar Art Center, Brussels (2019), Bauhaus Deassau (2019), Ashdod Art Museum (2019), The Israel Museum (2017, 2011, Jerusalem), Pinakothek der Modern (2016, Munich), The Museum of Modern Art (2015, New York), Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris (2015, Paris), Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (2015, Melbourne), Braverman Gallery (2013, Tel-Aviv), Andrea Meislin Gallery (2013, New York), and Daimler Art Collection (2012, Berlin) among others.
Azoulay is the recipient of several awards among them The Ministry of Culture and Sports Award (2017), the Constantiner Photography Award for an Israeli Artist (2011), Tel Aviv Museum of Art (2011), the Israeli Culture and Sports ministry prize (2011), Mifal ha-Pais Foundation Grant (2013) and was among the finalist of the Pictet prize for contemporary Photography (2015).
Her works appear in numerous worldwide museum and private collections including The Museum of Modern Art in New York and Centre Pompidou Paris.
Recent publications include No Thing Dies (Mousse Publishing), Finally Without End, an artist monograph (Sternberg Press, Berlin), and Shifting Degrees of Certainty which was published following her exhibition at KW (Spector Books, Leipzig).
Ilit holds a BFA (1998) and MFA (2010) from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem.
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