David Nipo

 

Born 1964, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Lives and works in Nir Akiva

1969  Immigrated to Israel

 

1980  Studies Sculpture at the Zionist Youth Farm, Jerusalem

1983-1997  Works in the Film Industry painting scenery and background
                    screens for movies, theater and advertisements.

1990 Summer semester at the “International School of Art” in Umbria, Italy
         (an affiliation of the New York Studio School.) Headmaster:
         Mr. Nicolas Carone
1997-1999 Studies at the Jerusalem Studio School, under the guidance
                  of Israel Hirschberg.

1998  Teaches on a private basis at his studio.

1999 Group exhibition, Explosive Drawing , “Hamumche” Gallery, Tel Aviv.
          Master Class exhibition (Israel Hirschberg’s class) , The Artists’
          House, Jerusalem and Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv.

1999  Exclusively represented by Golconda Fine Art Ltd.
           Teaching drawing at the Bezalel Art Academy.

2000  From Post Impressionism to Post Zionism – Israeli Art exhibition
          at UBS Bank in New York (under the auspices of Golconda
          Fine Art Ltd.)

2001  Solo exhibition, Golconda Fine Art, Tel Aviv

2003  Group exhibition, Facing the Real, The Artists’ House, Jerusalem

2004  Solo exhibition, Golconda Fine Art, Tel Aviv
          Group exhibition, Traces II - Drawing Biennale, The Artists’
          House, Jerusalem

2005  Group exhibition - Golconda’s artists, Golconda Fine Art, Tel Aviv
           Founds "Hatachana" school of painting & Ddawing in Tel Aviv

2006  Group exhibition, Presences, The Artists’ House, Tel Aviv

2009  Solo exhibitions, Evidence & Fabrication, Ashdod Museum of Art
          Solo exhibition, Ronnie's Stand, Golconda Fine Art, Tel Aviv
          Participates BP Portrait Award 2009, National Portrait Gallery,
          London

2010  Solo exhibition, Beer Sheva Valley – Heavy Lands and Shinitzky's
          Hydraulic-Pneumatic Disc, Contemporary by Golconda Gallery


Collections

Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Private collections, local and international

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