A contemporary independent art curator and lecturer, Nurit Tal-Tenne has been working as a Curator since 2004. Over the years she has curated over one hundred diverse projects, at different spaces such as museums, galleries and alternative spaces.
With her multicolored approach she combines connections between art and other cultural disciplines of knowledge, to create an emotional and visual experience and to express a statement by the different associative connections.
Many Art projects she curated deal with social issues. For example, the exhibition "Snow at the Dead Sea” that relates to Autism, of the artist Baruch Shaam. Artist house, Tel-Aviv, 2007.
One of the most important exhibition Nurit curated, “Eemahoot" (Motherhood), deals with the phenomena of postnatal depression. Among the 11 artists presented are: Noa Zadke, Pesi Girsh, Miri Nishri, Tal Ben-Basat and Shira Richter. Gerstein Gallery, Tel-Aviv, 2011. This exhibition combines an academic discussion on this subject, based on a research about the unfolding image of mother and baby in art history.
The exhibition further translates to a lecture and a slideshow which Nurit lectures around the country in front an audience of nurses and mothers with the support of the Israeli Ministry of Health. The exhibition presentation was shown at a conference in the “Knesset" in Jerusalem.
B.A in Social Sciences and Humanities, The Open University.
M.A Graduate in Art History, Tel Aviv University.
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