Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, 1980

Lives and works in Berlin

Noa Gur’s work intertwines two series of questions: one thread questioning contemporary modes of artistic production, the other thread questioning inequality based on class or ethnicity. She uses and transforms the genre of self-portrait to point towards contemporary aporias of the artist as an economic unit. In an initial phase – with its peak in the nineteenth century – the genius of the artist was established as the central myth in artistic productivity. These iconic images of artists (suffering at the hands of society, an object of exploitation and restriction) are paradoxically entangled in the purest form of the market: the art market, based on nothing but exchange value.



  • Sabot, Cluj, Ways of Making Visible (solo)


  • Campagne Première, Berlin, Collective Identity (solo)
  • Artport, Tel Aviv, Non Finito
  • Autocenter Berlin, A Private View: The ROCCA Foundation, curated by Heike Fuhlbrügge (with Matti Braun, Philippe Decreuzat, Slawomir Elsner, Noa Gur, Carmen Herrera, Gregor Hildebrandt, Daniel Lergon, Joep van Liefland, Kirstine Roepstorff, Meredyth Sparks, Wolfgang Tillmans, Ignacio Uriarte)
  • MAN, Museum of Nuoro (IT), The Avant-gardes of Motion, curated by Lorenzo Giusti and Elena Volpato (with Maya Deren, Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, George Griffin, Noa Gur, Claus Holtz & Harmut Lerch, William Kentridge, Fernand Léger, Diego Perrone, Robin Rhode, Kara Walker, a.o.)
  • Kunsthalle Koidl, Berlin, Ars Multiplicata 14


  • Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv (solo)
  • Abbaye de Jumièges, Jumièges, L'eau et les rêves
  • Campagne Première, Berlin, The Efficient Frontier (solo)


  • Artissima Art Fair, Torino, presented by Braverman Gallery
  • Kunstwerke Berlin and Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Arte Video Night 2012
  • VIENNAFAIR, presented by Campagne Première Berlin
  • Souterrain, Berlin, Let It Go Let It Flow (with Nevin Aladag, Noa Gur, tanzApartment), curated by Heike Fuhlbrügge and Christine Nippe
  • New Talents Biennale, Cologne (cat.)
  • Campagne Première,Berlin, Dawn till Dusk (solo)


  • Gaîté Lyrique, Paris, Arte Video Night 2011
  • Cinémathèque of Toulouse, Toulouse
  • Boutique - Raum für temporäre Kunst, Köln, Museum of Undead Labor
  • Die Moltkerei, Köln, Labor Invisible
  • Campagne Première Berlin, HORS D'OEUVRE III, Noa Gur / Christoph Girardet
  • Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya, Numerator and Denominator
  • Loop Video Art Fair, Barcelona, presented by Braverman Gallery
  • Yaffo 23, Jerusalem, I see Darkness


  • Echoraum Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn, Neue Arbeiten aus dem Medienlabor
  • Kunstverein Düsseldorf, Ideenbilder
  • Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv, Body of Work (solo)
  • Black Box Kino, Düsseldorf


  • KIT - Kunst Im Tunnel, Along the Rhine - Köln/Düsseldorf
  • Art Cologne, KHM presenting selected students
  • Kunstmuseum Bonn, Videonale-Interventions
  • Bezalel Gallery, Tel Aviv, Real Science Fiction
  • KHM, Cologne, Days of the open doors


  • CCA, Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv


  • Hazira, Interdisciplinary Arena, Jerusalem, Poetry and Video Festival
  • Hazira, Interdisciplinary Arena, Jerusalem, Video and Choreography Festival



  • Rabinowitz Foundation, Tel Aviv


  • Stiftung Kunstfonds Work Scholarship, BonnArt Port Residency, Tel Aviv


  • Winner of support funds for arts and culture, National lottery (Paris), Tel Aviv


  • Scholarship KIT - Kunst im Tunnel, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf


  • DAAD scholarship for academic excellence


  • The Sharett Scholarship, America-Israel Cultural Foundation
  • Departments of Art Award for Students, Bezalel Academy


  • Moshe Paradis Award, Bezalel Academy



  • Diploma in Audio-Visual Media, KHM, School for Media Art, Cologne


  • BFA, Bezalel Academy of Arts, Jerusalem, Graduate with honors


  • Goetz Collection, Munich
  • Rocca Foundation, Berlin
  • Private collections

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