Talia Mukmel

Born in Israel, 1985

taliamukmel@gmail.com

Education

2017-2019    MFA, Student at The Interdisciplinary Program in the Arts, Faculty of the Arts, Tel aviv University

2008-2012    B.Des , Industrial Design Department, Bezalel Art and Design Academy, Jerusalem

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2019     “Garden of Eden” by JDW, DesignArt, Tokyo

2019     Genetic Dialogue“, Design Museum Holon, Curator: Rona Zinger, Holon

2019     “Broken Nature: design takes on human survival”, XXII Triennale Milan, Curator: Paola Antonelli, Milan

2019    “Untitled” – main exhibition, Fresh paint art fair, Tel-Aviv, Curators: Yifat Gurion & Michal Baharav Uzrad

2019    “East”, Jerusalem Design Week, Hansen House, Jerusalem

2018    “1000 Vases” by Roberto Baciocchi (Prada), Espace Commines, Design week, Paris
2018     “Collective Recollection” by Design Museum Holon, Hankin Gallery, Holon

2017    “Nostalgic memory”, B.Y5 gallery, Tel-Aviv


2016    “Non contagious exhibition”, Hensen House, Jerusalem
2016     “GLOBAL” , Aybar Gallery, Design Miami, Miami FL
2016     “White Canvas”, Mint Gallery, London Design Festival, London
2016     Form & Seek, Milan Design week, Ventura Lambrate, Milan
2016     Entratalibera design gallery, Milan Design week, Milan
2016     “Smart materials/ Dumb materials”, Vitrina Gallery, Holon
2016     “Old craft / New craft”, Binyamini Center, Tel-Aviv


2015     “Complete / Broken” Neve Shechter, Tel-Aviv


2013     “Design Fresh Paint”, Tel-Aviv
2013     “Nourritures Premieres”, Maison & Objet, Bureau Elizabeth Leriche, Paris


2012     “High Risk/Low Tech” – Contemporary Design A Time of Crisis, Berlin


2011     “Thinking Hands” by Bezalel Academy, Design week, Ventura Lambrate, Milan

 

Museum’s Permanent Collections

MMU Special Collections, Arts Council England Accredited Museum, Manchester
Design Museum Holon Collection, Holon

 

Artist Residencies and Programs

2019   Arts/Industry residency program, John Michael Kohler Arts Center at Kohler Co., Kohler, Wisconsin, USA
2017   
“Same sky same land”, Excellence program for artists and designers, led by Uri Tzaig, Tel-Aviv, Israel