Doron Rabina

Doron Rabina (born 1971) is an artist, curator and writer, a graduate of the Faculty of Arts – Hamidrasha at Beit Berl, and a lecturer there since 1997.

Since 2017, has been the chief curator of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

Rabina has served as a curator in dozens of exhibitions at the HaMidrasha Gallery and as an independent curator for many exhibitions in Israel and around the world. Has published numerous articles in journals, books and catalogs of Israeli and international artists. Won the Kiefer Prize for a Young Artist and the Minister of Culture Prize in the Arts in 2008. From 2009-2001 he served as Chief Curator of the HaMidrasha Gallery in Tel Aviv. In 2004 he represented Israel at the 26th Biennale in Sao Paulo. In 2013, he founded Beit Berl College’s Hayarkon 19, a center for art, culture and education in Tel Aviv. Between the years 2009-2014, he was head of the Faculty of Arts – Hamidrasha at Beit Berl College.

Among the exhibitions he has curated: “Blowing on a Hairy Shoulder / Grief Hunters” at ICA Philadelphia, “And Eventually We’ll Die” Young Art in Israel in the 1990s at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, “Power” with the framework of the Art of Israel 4, “Current Affairs”, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, “Jeff Koons – Absolute Value”, Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

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