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Gabriella Klein // Hokusai Socks

Gabriella Klein // Hokusai Socks



50x40 cm

Oil on Canvas

Gabriella Klein is an American/Israeli painter currently living and working in Tel Aviv. Klein studied at The Art Institute of Chicago and received a BFA (1995) from MassArt Boston, and an MFA (2005) from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. Her paintings and site-specific wall murals have been exhibited at galleries and museums in Israel, Europe, and the U.S., and include The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Israel Museum, Ashdod Museum of Art, Haifa Museum, Milchhof Pavilion Berlin, Habres+Partner Gallery Vienna, The Israel Drawing Biennial, Herzliya Biennial, and numerous gallery exhibitions. Klein has received numerous awards, including an Israel Ministry of Culture Award, Israel Lottery Grant, America-Israel Cultural Foundation Grant, and the Morton Godine Travel Fellowship. Her work was recently acquired by the Bruce and Ruth Rappaport Israeli Art Collection at Tel Aviv Museum.

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