Ilit Azoulay

Bio

Ilit Azoulay, b. 1972, Tel Aviv. Lives and works in Berlin.

Azoulay’s 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 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 Constantiner Photography Award for an Israeli Artist, 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.

 

World Wide Exhibitions

CCA Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv

Gallery Exhibitions

Assaf Shaham, Gilad Ratman, David Adika, Anna Yam, Aharon Ozery, Ilit Azoulay, Dana Levy
Group Exhibition, Bezalel Department of Photography
Ilit Azoulay, Reuven Israel, David Adika, Katharina Gaenssler, Dana Levy, Mark Yashaev, Shahar Marcus, Assaf Shaham, Nira Pereg, Roy Efrat
Anna Yam, Anton Ginzburg, Biljana Djurdjevic, Dana Levy, David Adika, Gilad Ratman, Hila Karabelnikov, Ilit Azoulay, Jacob Mishori, Katharina Gaenssler, Nezaket Ekici, Nira Pereg, Noa Gur, Ohad Matalon, Oren Eliav, Reuven Israel, Robin Rhode, Shahar Marcus and Shana Moulton

Art fairs

2019
November 7 – 10, 2019
2018
November 8 – 11, 2018

Publications

Ilit Azoulay

KW Pocket 3: Shifting Degrees of Certainty

Ilit Azoulay

Finally Without End

Ilit Azoulay

a 7th Option

Ilit Azoulay

No Thing Dies

Stories

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Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 1: Under the surface only the mereness of things could be seen, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 154 x 116 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 2: New head: when he made the wrong movement he didn’t know what harmony he tore, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 161 x 122 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 3: Dreamtime. All this and more he had seen while asleep, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 170 x 150 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 4: (Take, for instance, this) true story, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 142 x 120 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 5: Neither dream nor riddle, 2017, inkjet print, 99 x 70 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 6: It is impossible to explain how suddenly everything stood still, 2017, inkjet print, 230 x 150 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 7: Cover story, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 193 x 150 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 8: Turkish Textile, 2017, inkjet print, 257 x 73 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 9: The return of things that are no more, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 214 x 150 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 10: Cover story (late), 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 257 x 120 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 11: On the most beautiful thing in the world , 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 104 x 65 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 12+13: For unknown reason, the place they took, empty, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 130 x 179 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 14: One may ask: how, for what principle, does the world persist?, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 174 x 136 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 15: Contemplating, what did he see? The beginning, preceded by nothing?, 2017, inkjet print, 168 x 149 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 16: Remembered from that journey was only this, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 131 x 101 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 17: The life in her is limited to that side only, 2017, inkjet print, 138 x 98 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 18: Before she reaches the ground (still mid-air) one can see that her neck is broken, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 125 x 77 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 19: Imagine that only one person could see the mereness of things, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 117 x 80 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Vitrine no. 20: All sorts of sights went wrong like a great catastrophe in a glass storage, 2017, inkjet print, gold leaves, 157 x 121 cm

Ilit Azoulay, B: ”…o.k. shall we sit? I have some good news for you gentlemen…”, 2016, latex print, 200 x 940 cm. From "Regarding Silences"

Ilit Azoulay, Wipe the Slate Clean, 2016, inkjet print, 150 x 195 cm. From "Regarding Silences"

Ilit Azoulay, Room #8, installation view, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel, 2011

Ilit Azoulay, Room #8, 2011, inkjet print, 150 x 1000 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Room #8, detail

Ilit Azoulay, Room #8, detail

Ilit Azoulay, Room #8, detail

Ilit Azoulay, Room #8, detail

Ilit Azoulay, Room #8, detail

Ilit Azoulay, Room #8, detail

Ilit Azoulay, Past Perfect, 2013, inkjet print, 184 x 150 cm

Ilit Azoulay, First Option, 2013, inkjet print, 184 x 150 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Blue, 2013, inkjet print, 112 x 166 cm

Ilit Azoulay, Synecdoche, 2012, inkjet print, 100 x 233 cm. From "Messengers"

Ilit Azoulay, Staircase, 2011, inkjet print, 58 x 129 cm. From "Messengers"

Ilit Azoulay, Relative Parts, 2012, inkjet print, 68 x 125 cm. From "Messengers"

Ilit Azoulay, Horizontal Study, 2012, inkjet print, 200 x 135 cm. From "Messengers"

Ilit Azoulay, Bidirectional Thought, 2011, inkjet print, 100 x 153 cm. From "Messengers"

Ilit Azoulay, At the Appearance of Things, 2011, inkjet print, 69 x 109 cm. From "Messengers"

Ilit Azoulay, Performance "Implicit Manifestation: A Dialogue", Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, 2014

Ilit Azoulay, Implicit Manifestation, 2014, installation view, Herzliya Museum for Contemporary Art

Ilit Azoulay, Third Option, 2014, inkjet print, 150 x 700 cm. From "Implicit Manifestations"

Ilit Azoulay, Seventh Option, 2014, inkjet print, 150 x 1142 cm. From "Implicit Manifestations"

Ilit Azoulay, Second Option, 2014, inkjet print, 50 x 110 cm. From "Implicit Manifestations"

Ilit Azoulay, Fifth Option, 2014, inkjet print, 486 x 139 cm. From "Implicit Manifestations"

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