Sahar Hanna


Born 1966, Israel.
Lives and works in Tel Aviv.
1987-1991  Studied photography at the Camera Obscura School of Art, Tel Aviv
Solo Exhibitions
1990     Cafי Zigel, Tel Aviv
1991     Amalia Arbel Gallery, Rishon LeZion
1993     Nana Bar, Tel Aviv
1998     “Princess Bingo,” Camera Obscura Gallery, Tel Aviv
1999     “Princess Bingo,” Double Rivage, Sטte, France
              “Princess Bingo,” Passage de Retz, Paris
2001     “The Wallpaper Series,” Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya
2002     “Turning Over,” Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv             
              “The Wallpaper Series,” Fifty One Fine Art Photography, Antwerp             
              “Princess Bingo,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
2003     “New Work,” Passage de Retz, Paris
              “Princess Bingo,” Aplanat Gallery, Hamburg
2007     “Nocturno,” Beit Gabriel on the Kinneret
2009     “Night Watch,” Contemporary by Golconda, Tel Aviv
2010     “Ashlon Beauty,” Artists’ Studios, Tel Aviv
2012     “King David and I: Hanna Sahar and Menashe Kadishman Co-Create,” Artist House, Tel Aviv
2016     “Night Watch,” Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa
Group Exhibitions
1993     “Erotica,” Limbus Gallery, Tel Aviv
1997     “Taken Captive,” The Open Museum of Photography, Tel-Hai Industrial Park
              “Hazy Borders,” Pyramid Gallery, Haifa
1999     Art Focus, International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Jerusalem
2001     Paris Photo, Antwerp
              “Walkabout,” Ramat Gan Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan
2002     “Per Saldo,” Noordbrabants Museum, s'Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
              “Strip & Tease,” Aeroplastics, Brussels
              “New in the Collection,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art
2003     “Cadrages,” Analix Forever, Geneva
              Paris Photo, Antwerp
              “Israeli Contemporary Art,” Robert Sandelson Gallery, London
2005     “On the Banks of the Yarkon,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art
              “Ministry of Culture and Sport Awards in Art and Design,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art
              “Camera Sacra: Capturing the Soul of Nature,” The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
              “Light and Matter,” The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
              “In/Out,” Monart Center, Ashdod
              “Yona at Bezalel: Issues in Contemporary Curating,” Bezalel Gallery, Tel Aviv
2007     “The Constantiner Collection,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art
2008     “Dirty White,” Florentine 45 Gallery, Tel Aviv
              “Israel National Trail,” Mani House, Tel Aviv
              “Layla: Young Israeli Artists,” Inga Gallery in New York
2009     “Constellation: Israeli Contemporary Art,” Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery, Rome
              “Tel Aviv Time,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art
2011     “Dissolving Landscapes,” Wilfrid Israel Museum, Kibbutz Hazore’a
              “New in the Collection,” The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
2013     "Curator: Yona Fischer; A Collection in the Making," Ashdod Art Museum
2014     “Until You Get Out of My Voice,” Ashdod Art Museum
2016     “Quest: Ceramics and Photography,” The Open Museum of Photography, Tel-Hai Industrial Park
2017     “AnonymX: The End of the Privacy Era,” Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa
              “Chana Orloff: Feminist Sculpture in Israel,” Manי-Katz Museum, Haifa
Awards and Scholarships
1992     Scholarship from the French Embassy in Israel in collaboration with the Camera Obscura School of Art, Tel Aviv
1998     Young Artist Award from the Ministry of Education and Culture
2002     The Constantiner Photography Award for an Israeli Artist, Tel Aviv Museum of Art
2004     Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport Award in Art and Design
2014     Ministry of Culture and Sport Award in Art and Design

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