Nogah Engler & Ori Gersht

Nogah Engler (b.1970, Israel) and Ori Gersht (b. 1967 Tel-Aviv, Israel) live and work in London. Engler studied History of Art and Philosophy, Tel Aviv University, Israel (1992-1996), Studies of Art and Art Education, Hamidrasha-Kalmania College of Art, Kfar Saba, Israel (1996-1999) and MA Fine Art, Chelsea School of Art, London (2002-2004). Gersht studied BA (Hons) in Photography, Film & Video at the University of Westminster, London (1989-1992) and MA in Photography at Royal College of Art, London (1993-1995). Engler's solo exhibitions include Circles of time, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel (2012); Tracing Echoes, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv (2009); and Endless Night and Day, Ritter/Zamet Gallery, London (2007). Selected group exhibitions On Reflection (with Ori Gersht), Mummery + Schnelle Gallery, London (2014); Reflections of war, 100 years after the start of world war one, Flowers Gallery, London (2013); Momentum, Minotaure Gallery, Tel-Aviv (2013); Looking in Looking out: The Window in Art, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem(2010-2011); The Beholder's Share, Mummery + Schnelle Gallery, London (2010); and The Armory Show, NY, Noga gallery, Tel-Aviv (2010). Gersht's solo exhibitions include Ori Gersht, On Reflection, CRG Gallery New York (2015); Slivers, Tel Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv (2014); Ori Gersht: All Will Come to Pass, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv (2013); Ori Gersht: Cells, CRG Gallery, New York (2013); and History Repeating, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (2012). Gersht's group exhibitions include Reflections of War, 100, Flower East Gallery, London (2014); Still Life In Motion, Nord Norsk Kunst Museum, Norway (2014); War, MOSTYN, Cymru, Wales (2014); Damage Control: Art and Destruction since 1950, The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC (2013); Seduced by Art: Photography Past and Present, London National Gallery, London (2012); Travelling Light, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London (2011); and When a Painting Moves… Something Must be Rotten, The Stenersen Museum, Oslo (2011).

Last updated: 06.03.2015