Tel Aviv, Isreal
Ronen Sharabani (b. 1974) lives and works in Israel. Sharabani studied drawing painting and sculpting at NYSS in New York (2000-2003), has attended the International School of Art in Italy (1999) and has completed his education studying under three masters of painting and drawing: Zvika Lachman (1999), Jan Rouchwerger (1999-2000) and Avinoam Kosovsky (1997-1998). His predominant works include: “Snap to Grid” at the Nahum Gutman Museum of Art, Tel Aviv (2016); “Matchbox” at The Contemporary, Austin, Texas (2016); “Blocks” at Musrara Mix Festival, Jerusalem (2015); “Checkpoint” at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel-Aviv (2015); “Golden Age” at The Farm Gallery, Holon (2014); and “Chairs” at Gabirol as part of White Night Tel-Aviv, Israel (2014).
Sharabani was awarded the Cannes Gold Lion Prize, for creative commercial (2006); The Buckingham First Prize for the Expression of Music through Art (2003); The Hohenberg Scholarship (2003) and the Golden Feather, for editing (1998).