Gabriela Schutz

Forest. Repeat-rgb-etching-on-two-plates
120 X 85cm
 edition-1/10-2003.

Gabriela Schutz is an Israeli artist based in London since 1999. In her  work she is

explores the way technology, progress, and consumerism are increasingly shaping our life

and the way we relate to nature.

Schutz graduated with distinction from the MA Fine Arts course at Central Saint Martins,

London. She is the winner of Cass Art Prize 2023 and is shortlisted for Clifford Chance/

University of Arts London Sculpture Award 2024 with results revealed at the end of

February.

She graduated in 1996 with a BA degree in Fine Arts from Bezalel Academy of Art and

Design in Jerusalem. During this course she spent a term on an exchange programme at

The Slade School of Fine Art, London.

Schutz has exhibited nationally and internationally in museums such as Museum of the

Home and Bruce Castle Museum, London, The Collection, Lincoln, Ein Harod Museum

and Petach Tikva Museum, Israel, and in galleries such as Danielle Arnaud Contemporary,

Art House1 and Gasworks in London, The Wilson, Cheltenham,  Artists Space and The

Elizabeth Foundation for The Arts in New York, The Artist Association and The Water

Institute, Tel Aviv.

Her work has been short-listed for the Jerwood Drawing Prize 3 times, for the Trinity Buoys

Wharf Drawing Prize 2021, as well as twice for the Neo Print Prize. Her work is included in

Bruce Castle Museum collection as well as large corporate art collections such as Zoom's,

as well as many private collections in Europe, the U.S.A and Israel.

 

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