NETA DOR ADAN
Born 1955 in Israel.
Multidisciplinary artist, Architect and Designer.
The scope of Neta's work ranges from the aesthetics of her functional architecture to the evocative nature of her art, often dealing with social and political issues in a variety of mediums, materials, and techniques
2007-2008 – Art at Oranim College.
1995-1997 – Painting at: David Wakstein’s studio Israel
1978-1979 – Drawing and sculpting at: N.Y. Art Student League & Queens College N.Y.
1975-1978 – Interior Architecture studies at: N.Y. School of Interior Design
EXHIBITS & COMPETITIONS:
2019 – "Transitional Object" Group exhibit: BY5. Tel Aviv. Curator: Anat Gatenio
2009 – Group exhibit: Joseph Zaritzky Art Ctr. Tel Aviv. Curator: nir harmat
2007 – “Territory and Identity - between architecture and Ceramic art” 4th ceramic art Biennale, Tel Aviv. Curator: David Knafo
2006 – “A view to the Sea” Mask Exhibit on Bat Yam Promenade, Israel
2006 – Group exhibit: Joseph Zaritzky Art Ctr. Tel Aviv. Curator Prof. Haim Maor
2005 – Group exhibit: “Plentitude continuum” Hi-Touch contemporary art Gallery.
2004 – Group exhibit: “Requiem for hidden borders” Meirov gallery. Tel Aviv
2000 – First prize in “war memorial” design competition, Yavne
1999 – “Yavne Artists Exhibition” Yavne Art Workshop, Israel