Available Works

Biography

Shir Cohen (b. 1990, Israel) is an Israeli artist who holds a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. The theatrical concepts employed through her works encapsulate themes of political discourse, reflecting from memories, contemporary narratives, and symbols of the “Eastern Invader”. Shir lives and works in London, UK.

Education

BA, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, 2012-2015

Press

2017, Against Whom Does The Parisian Salon Exhibition At Hacubia Ask To Rise?, Hacubia Gallery

2017, Reflecting On The State Of Israeli Painting, Hacubia Gallery

2014, Portraits Of Raoul Wallenberg, The Swedish Embassy

Exhibitions

2017, Bread and Roses, Kalisher Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel (Group)
2017, The Cube Salon, Hacubia Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)
2017, The Future Is Black, Manofim Festival, ArtCube Artist Studios, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)
2017, HyperNormalisation, Binyamin Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel (Group)
2016, Bread & Roses, Kalisher Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel (Group)
2016, Manofim Festival, ArtCube Artist Studios, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)
2016, Masterpieces, Rosenbach gallery, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)
2016, Barbur B & B, Barbur gallery, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)
2015, Aesthetics & Bias: Sztuka I Uprzedzenia, Galeria Opcja, Kraków, Poland (Group)
2015, Weeds, Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)
2015, The Cube Salon, Hacubia Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)
2015, Graduate Show, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)
2014, The 27 Faces of Raoul Wallenberg, House of the Swedish Ambassador in Israel, Herzeliya (Group)
2014, Habitat, Beit-Gidul Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)
2013, Painting Studio, Barbur Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel (Group)