Artist Statement


Noa Yekutieli is an Israeli American contemporary artist who works mostly in manual paper-cutting technique and creates site specific installations.

In her work she refers to human aspects of complex social situations and raises questions in regards to the place of the memory in the relations to the way political, social and personal narratives are created and evolve.

The foundation of her work is documentation. Using photography and employing  press-images there is a shift from everyday moments to natural or man-made disasters; this shift enables her to explore occurrences of the formation of memory and the construction of narratives in different locations.

This is not to say that disasters in and of themselves are the main question, but rather how representation of catastrophe play as visual facts that sustain and negate human memory. They become an expression of insufferable locus of emptiness, but such that only their acceptance we are able to confront and learn from.

The paper-cutting technique is an irreversible act such as disasters. By the subtraction of material and the creation of absence in the material her work slowly reconstructs itself and exposes the evolving memory.

When positioned opposing to its betrothed glass frame, the relation between the monochromatic image and the glass surface create a constant, yet concurrently change substrate of reflections that merge to ‘one'.  The appearance of the reflection  emphasizes the constant influence the surrounding has on the way we view and form narratives in relations to context.


Noa Yekutieli (b.1989, USA)  lives and works in Tel Aviv and Los Angeles.

Solo Exhibitions:


  • Kunstverein Augsburg, Germany (upcoming)


  • Modern Portrait, NEW POSITION Solo Exhibition, Art Cologne, with Galerie Sabine Knust, Cologne, Germany


  • The Other Side, Public Art Installation, Los Angeles, USA
  • Meeting Place, Galerie Sabine Knust, Munich, Germany 
  • Fractured Water, Israeli-Palestinian Pavilion, Nakanojo Biennale, Nakanojo, Japan


  • Transitions, Open Contemporary Art Center, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Particles, Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Around The Cracks, Sommer Frische Knust, Bad Gastein, Austria
  • While They Were Moving, They Were Moved, Gordon ll Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Reflecting On Shadows, Artist House, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Uncontainable, Janco Dada Museum, Ein Hod, Israel
  • What Doesn't Bend Breaks, Gallery Schimming, Hamburg, Germany
  • The Magnifying Glass and the Telescope, p/art, Hamburg, Germany


  • Through The Fog, The Distance, Wilfrid Museum, Kibbutz Hazorea, Israel


  • Between All Our Intentions, Dwek Gallery, Mishkenot Sha’ananim, Jerusalem, Israel
  • Incorporeal Reality, with Yael Balaban, Marina Gisich Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • 1952, Special installation project, Fresh Paint art fair, Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • 1952, Givat Haim Gallery, Givat Haim Ehud, Israe
  • A Document of a Passing Moment, Artstation Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel


  • Baggage, Al Ha'tzuk Gallery, Netanya, Israel


  • We Forgot It In People, Opus DV, Tel-Aviv, Israel


Awards & Grants:

  • Young International Artist Award by OUTSET & TAAC  (2014)
  • The Israeli Lottery Council for Culture and Arts Book grant (2015)



  • Sommer Frische Knust Residency, Alp Mountains, Bad Gastein, Austria (July 2015)
  • Taipei Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan (Oct-Dec 2015)
  • The Gottesman Etching Center, Kibbutz Cabri, Israel (upcoming)


Selected group Exhibitions:


  • I To Eye, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel (upcoming)
  • Group Exhibition, Cantor Museum, Stanford University, USA (upcoming)
  • 70.70.70 Israeli Artists, JCC Santa Barbara, USA
  • Group Exhibition, Zebulon Gallery, Haifa University, Haifa, Israel
  • "24:7", Dwek Gallery, Mishkenot Sha’ananim, Jerusalem, Israel


  • Zaz 10TS, “24:7” video takeover in Time Square, NYC, USA
  • 2nd Changjiang International Photography & Video Biennale, Changjiang Museum of Contemporary Art, Chongqing, China
  • Art Cologne with Sommer Frische Knust, Cologne, Germany 
  • On The Edge, Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel


  • Höhenrausch, Eigen+Art Lab, Berlin, Germany
  • Women’s Work, Ra’anana Gallery, Ra’anana, Israel
  • Group exhibition, Artemisia Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • Group exhibition, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel


  • On Site Festival, Taipei, Taiwan
  • There Is There, StArt Collection, Jaffa, Israel
  • Cut Out Line, Municipal Gallery, Kfar Saba, Israel
  • Group exhibition, Alon Segev Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • ART15 with Alon Segev Gallery, London, UK
  • Forgiveness, Municipal Art Gallery, Rishon Le’zion, Israel
  • Jasmine Scent, Gallery 48 for Contemporary Art, Tira, Israel
  • Baggage, Neurotitan Gallery, Berlin, Germany
  • Paper Art, Jaffa Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Tabula Rasa, Barrer Art Center, Ma'alot Tarshiha, Israel
  • Discovering Continents, Gordon ll Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel


  • Gestures, Artstation Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Group exhibition, Galerie Musee Kums, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Partners, Chelouche Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel


  • Paper Art in Israel, 2nd paper biennale, Eretz Israel Museum, Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • The Female Being, The Zimmer Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Point of Views, Artstation Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • Art Vienna Art Fair with Marina Gisich Gallery, Vienna, Austria
  • SWAB Art Fair, with Artstation Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
  • Art Moscow Art Fair with Marina Gisich Gallery, Moscow, Russia
  • A Station in Time, The Old Train Station, Kfar Yehoshua, Israel


  • Golconda Exchange, Contemporary by Golconda Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • On a Small Scale, Zadik Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • Fresh Paint Art Fair, with Artstation Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Jaffa Salon of Modern Art, Jaffa, Israel
  • Group exhibition, Gallery P8, Jaffa, Israel


  • Other Places, Ba'alie Hamelaha, Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • Portrait exhibition, Riviera Gallery, Bat-Yam, Israel
  • Sea Breeze, public artwork, Bat-Yam, Israel
  • ZeZe, Bar Yohai, Tel Aviv, Israel


Works In Collections:

  • ORS Collection
  • Jaglom Collection
  • Fishman Collection
  • Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art
  • The Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Arts (MMP)
  • Various international private collections