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Natalia Zourabova

Natalia Zourabova was born in Moscow, Russia in 1975. She immigrated to Israel in 2004. Lived and works in Tel Aviv - Jaffa.

Studies: 1995 - 2000 Russian Academy of Theatre Art, Moscow (set design), Russia; 1998 - 2000 Institute of problems for contemporary art (ICA), Moscow, Russia; 2000 - 2003 University of Fine Art (UdK), Berlin, Germany.

Selected Solo Exhibitions: "Small works" (2016), gallery Minshar, Tel Aviv, Israel; "Painting of tomorrow" (2014), Gallery Rosenfeld, Tel Aviv, Israel; "Five facts about me" (2013), Gallery Iragui, Moscow, Russia; "In search of a lake, The Ben Gurion University of the Negev" (2010), Senate gallery, Israel; "Via Hevron" (2008), Galerie Iragui, Moscow, Russia; Wanderings, Janco Dada Museum (2005), Ein-Hod, Israel. Since 2013 she has been managing the project "Shmezalel", an outdoor art school opened for street-wide public. One of the founders and a member of The New Barbizon -- association of artists reviving the plein air tradition and using it as an instrument of social criticism.

One of the founders and a member of The New Barbizon -- association of artists reviving the plein air tradition and using it as an instrument of social criticism.