Ilana RAVIV (1945) is represented in numerous Museums and Galleries in America and all over the world. Exhibition Saint Petersburgh State Russian Museum from octobrer 31st 2007 untill january 14th 2008, Exhibition in the Moscow Museum Of Modern Art from december 24th 2008 untill january 18th 2009.
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Ilana Raviv Biography
Ilana Raviv, an American-Israeli artist, is currently painting at her Neve Tzedeck studio in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Born: Tel Aviv, Israel
Defines her art as "Synthetic Realism". http://www.ravivart.com/
1980-1990 Lived in New York City.
1980-1984 Studied at the Art Student League in New York City. Among her teachers were: Roberto Delamonica, Bruce Dorfman and Knox Martin.
Exhibits: Galleries and museums in the U.S.A., Europe and Israel.
Her works are in private collections, corporate collections and museums.
One Person Shows:
On November 10th, 2016, a special event about art and law took place in hall number one of the Jerusalem Magistrate Court - the first historic hall of Israel's Supreme Court at the Russian Compound - in honor of the artist Ilana Raviv (Oppenheim) and the installation of two of her large works at the Magistrate Court.
Among the audience were numerous judges, including the Honorable Former Supreme Court Judge Gabriel Bach. Those delivering remarks included President of the Magistrate Court, the Honorable Judge Avital Chen, Curator Dr. Orna Yair, Manager of the Courts' Heritage Museum, Professor David Schwartz, , as well as the artist Ilana Raviv (Oppenheim).
Raviv's works can be viewed inside the entrance to the Magistrate Court in Jerusalem at the Russian Compound. Additional works can be viewed on her website at www.ravivart.com.
Art and Law
Ilana Raviv exhibition in Tel Aviv 7th March 2012
2008-2009 One person Show at The Moscow Museum of Modern Art (Catalog) from december 24, 2008 until january 18, 2009
Direct link to the index page of the Museum on which you can see the exhibition Andy Warhol and Ilana Raviv :
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art published a book about this museal exhibition :
2008- Honored by the city of Tel-Aviv Jaffa as Women of the year in the arts for 2008
2007 - 2008 - Ilana Raviv at The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg (Catalog)
2006 - "Tabernacle of Peace - Homage to Zechariah"
has been installed for permanent display at the International Convention Center in Jerusalem, Israel.
The painting, which measures 7 ft high by 26 ft wide, is displayed at the main entrance to the convention center.
2006 - Givaataim theater " Creators - subjective selection" Israel
2005 Eshkol for the Sciences and Arts, Ramat Gan, "Smiles and Surprises" - Israel
2004 BoxHeart Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
2002 Painters and Sculptors Association - Israel
12/2001-2/2002 Wilfried Israel Art Museum - Kibbutz Hazorea - Israel (Catalog)
2001 The Castra Gallery -Haifa - Israel
2000 The National Arts Club, New York City, New York (Catalog)
1993 The Studio Neve Tzedeck, Tel Aviv, Israel
1984 Bronx Museum of Art, New York (catalog)
1983 River Gallery Irvington, New York
1981 Cicchinnelli Gallery, New York
1971 Israelis Gallery, Tel Aviv
Group Exhibitions; Commissions; Permanent Collections:
2008 Wilfred Israel Museum- "Salt of the earth" - Israeli profile ( Catalog)
2006 Box Heart's 6th Anniversary Exhibition
2005 Box Heart Gallery Celebrate the Season, Group Holiday Exhibition and Sale
2005 Givatayim Theatre - "Creators - Personal Choice"
2005 Museum Leeuwenbergh in Utrecht, The Netherlands- "Art for Nature"
2005 BoxHeart Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA 5th Anniversary Exhibition
2005 St. Davids Hall, Cardiff, Wales
2004 Mariner Gallery St Ives Cornwall, UK Awarded the 2004 Napa Kay Greenwood Casey Award
2004 BoxHeart Gallery, Pittsburgh,PA The 8th Annual Sacred Art Exhibition
2004 NAPA International Exhibition, Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Merseyside, UK
2004 - BoxHeart Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA "The Third Annual Art Inter/national"
2003 - "New Rivasinistra" Centro d'Arte e Cultura Contemporanea, Florence, Italy
2003, New Assioma - Centro d'Arte e Cultura, Prato, Italy (Catalog)
2002 NAPA International Exhibition, St. Ives, Cornwall, UK
2002 ,Clock Tower Gallery, Sheffield, UK.
2002 MAC21 Art Fair - Marbella (Catalog)
2002, Europ'Art, Paris
11/01 Awarded "Artist of the Week" at Global Art Information
2001 "10 Women - 10 Countries" exhibiton at Noosa Gallery representing Israel
2000 Bar David museum/outdoor exposition-Kibbutz Baram
2000 Xtreme Xteriors Xhibition at Marcus Garvey Park,
NewYork City, Curator: Gallery X, New York City.
2000 "Milestones for Peace", Organized by The International
Artists' Museum, Castra Art Center, Haifa, Israel
2000 Touchstone Gallery, Washington D.C.
2000 Sylvia White Gallery, Los Angeles
2000 World Art One Collection "2000 Reasons to Love the Earth",
Den Haag, The Netherlands
2000 Sylvia White Gallery, New York
2000 "Milestones for Peace", Organized by The International
Artists' Museum, "Jaffa Art 2000", Jaffa, Israel
2000 Peace Gallery, Art Center of Givat Haviva, Israel
1999 The Suan Pakkad Palace Museum, Bangkok, Thailand
1997 The National Arts Club, New York
1993 Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C.;
Painting is in the permanent collection
1993 Stavit Gallery, Paris, France
1990 Garett Stephens Gallery, East Hampton, New York
1990 Riverdale YM YWHA Gallery, New York
1990 Strauss Gallery, New York
1989 Lamontage Gallery, New York
1987 Succoth Mural Painting, New York
In 1987, Ilana Raviv was commissioned to commemorate Israel's 40th anniversary by creating a painting for the Tabernacle of Peace, the largest tabernacle in the world. The painting and tabernacle were displayed in Union Square, downtown Manhattan NYC. Spanning 212 cm x 800 cm (7 ft. x 26 ft.) the painting is on permanent display at the main entrance of the International Convention Center in Jerusalem.
1984 Dubelle Fine Art, New York
1983 C.D.S. Gallery, New York
1983 Byer Museum of Art, Illinois
1983 Dubelle Fine Art, New York
1983 Penisula Public Library, Lawrence, New York
1982 River Gallery Irvington, New York
1982 Arras Gallery, New York
1982 24th Annual Art Show, Westfield Chapter of Hadassah, New Jersey
1982 Art Expo, New York
1982 Jewish Community Center, Tenafly, New Jersey
1982 S.Morantz Gallery, Cliffside Park, New Jersey
1982 Guild Hall Museum of Art, East Hampton, New York
1982 Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Hampstead, New York
1982 Bronx Museum of Art, New York
1982 "Art Show", 599 Broadway, New York
1981 Cicchinnelli Galleries, New York
1981 Ingber Gallery, New York
1981 S.Morantz Gallery, New York
1974 Bergman Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
1972 Z.O.A. House, Tel Aviv, Israel
Member: National Association of Acrylic Painters (NAPA) UK
New York Artist Equity Association
Professional Organization of the Painters & Sculptors Association T.A., Israel.
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