Reut Traum   

Multidisciplinary artist
Born in 1988,
Graduated of the Ceramic and Glass Design Department in “Bezalel” academy of art and design,
Live and create in Jerusalem.

 

 

Education

2015  Summer course in Pyrex Blowing, Master Simone Crestani, Bezalel Academy for Art and Design, Jerusalem.

2008-2012  B.FA, Bezalel Academy for Art and Design , Jerusalem, Graduated with excellence from the Department of Ceramics & Glass Design.

 

Selected Exhibitions

2019 Kvutzatit, Curator: Talia Tokatly, B.Y5 Gallery, Tel-Aviv.

2018 Peeking, Curator: Yehuda Rahnayev, Central Gallery, Tel-Aviv

2017 1D/2D/3D, Curator: Nir Haramat.  B.Y5 Gallery, Tel-Aviv.

2017  Topsy Turvy, Benyamini Center for Contemporary Ceramics, Tel-Aviv. Curator: Irena Gordon.

2017  A Lot of Flesh a Lot of Air, Joint exhibition with Barak Twito, Beita Gallery, Jerusalem.

2016  ARTMIZPE, Mizpe Gallery, Mizpe-Ramon. Curator: Boas Toorgeman.

2015  PaperWorks, Upstream Gallery, NYC.

2013  Calcalist Promising Artists of 2013, Calcalist – Daily business Newspaper Headquarters, Tel Aviv,

 

Residencies

2016-2017  Hamartef Artist Residency for Visual Arts at Alliance House, Jerusalem.

2013-2015  Artists and Designers in the city, funded studio spaces for emerging artists and designers, Municipality of Jerusalem.

 

Awards and Scholarships

2015  New Spirit Foundation Scholarship for urban artistic activity in Jerusalem.

2012  The Deborah Blumenthal Prize For Outstanding Final Projects, The Department of Ceramic and Glass Design, Bezalel Academy for Art and Design , Jerusalem.

 

Publications

2017  Leather Hard, Doria Sharra, Erev Rav Online Magazine for Contemporary Art (Hebrew).
2016  Zmanit Gallery: A Voice for Emerging Artists, Sybil Kaplan, I Travel Jerusalem Online Magazine.
2014  1000 Beads (500 series), Kristina Logan, Lark Publications.

 

Special Projects

2015-2016 Zmanit Gallery, A Portable Gallery Initiative in Jerusalem, cofounded and curated with Barak Twito. The gallery held 5 exhibitions in public spaces in Jerusalem and received support from the Department of Visual Art of the Jerusalem Municipality and the New Spirit Foundation.