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Marina Batel Levitan  /// Silent Dialogue

Marina Batel Levitan /// Silent Dialogue



50X60cm / framed


oil on linen


Marina Levitan is an Israeli based artist. Levitan immigrated to Israel at the age of 16 from Voronezh on the southern border between Russia and Ukraine. Born in the USSR, at the age of 16 she moved to Israel. Marina graduated from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem in 2004. In 2014 she graduated from Jerusalem Studio School, a private painting school by Israel Hershberg. She lives and works in Jerusalem. Levitan presented a solo exhibition at Sketch Gallery, Jerusalem (2022) and participated in the independent artists' incubator of the Fresh Color Art Fair (2023). Since she began working as an independent artist, her works have been exhibited in Israel and abroad, including at the HAMPSTEAD ART SUMMER SHOW in London and the Figure Ground Gallery in Seattle, the Tower of David Museum, Jerusalem and more.

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