Michal Raz (b.1984, Israel) is a contemporary artist whose works deal with contrasts, diversity, and unification. He often explores concepts of non-separation and lack of hierarchy through both traditional and emerging techniques, from it's creation to implementation. The play of polarities through is work is Michal's expression and belief of elements both seen and unseen, existent in diversity. Michal lives and works in London, UK.
2019, Painters Posting Painting, Brockley Gardens Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2019, Painters Posting Painting, Edinburgh College of Art, Ireland (Group)
2019, Boomerang, Tao Gallery, Mumbai, India (Group)
2019, Catching Flies, Kent University, UK (Group)
2019, RPR ART, Konigstein, Germany (Group)
2019, Carry On, Fold Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2018, Why Patterns, No 20 Arts, London, UK (Group)
2018, Orbit UK Art Graduates Show, OXO Bargehouse, London, UK (Group)
2018, Marching Through The Field, Warbling Collective, London, UK (Group)
2018, NOF, Provender Building, London, UK (Group)
2018, Rubber Chew/ Clink, Adieu, Unit 1 Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2017, Meeting Point, Museo Hahim Isaias, Guayaquil, Ecuador Future Echoes, Museum of Refugees, Thessaloniki, Greece (Group)
2017, Bureaucracy of Too Many Rubbish Dinner Parties, Chalton Gallery, London, UK Faith, Austin Forum, London, UK (Group)
2016, Repetitive Motifs in ritual objects and contemporary art, Mane Katz, Museum, Haifa, Israel (Group)
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