Moshe Gershuni (1936-2017)

Moshe Gershuni was born in 1936 in Tel Aviv. Until the late 1970s he worked as a post-conceptual artist. In the 1980s, his style changed and he focused mostly on painting. His works are a combination of texts from Jewish sources, remembrance of the Holocaust, and Zionist associations, alongside homo-erotic and personal aspects. In 1984 Gershuni was the first artist invited to the Jerusalem Print Workshop to create a group of prints. Lived and worked in Tel Aviv. His works can be found in many collections, among them those of the Israel Museum, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tate Modern (London), Jewish Museum (New York), British Museum (London), MOMA (New York), and others.

Education
1960-1964 – Avni Institute, Tel Aviv, Sculpture

Awards And Prizes
1969 Aika Braun Prize for a Young Artist, Israel Museum, Jerusalem
1980-81, Otot, First Prize, Posters, Five first Otot prizes from various commercial companies
1982 Sandberg Prize for Israeli Art, Israel Museum, Jerusalem
1988 Enrico Kevlin Grant for Photography, Israel Museum, Jerusalem
1988 Prize for a Young Artist, for Art and Sculpture, Ministry of Education and Culture
1989 Eugene Kolb Prize for Israeli Graphic Arts, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
1994 Sussman Prize for Artists Depicting the Holocaust, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem
1995 The Mendel and Eva Pundik Foundation Prize for an Israeli Artist, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
2000 George and Janet Jaffin Prize for Excellence in Plastic Arts, America-Israel Cultural Foundation
2003 Israel Prize- cancelled – refused to participate in awards ceremony
2003 Honorary Member of the LGBT community for his contribution to culture
2006 Yakir Bezalel, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Israel
2013 Honorary Doctoral Degree, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem

Solo exhibitions (selection in the field of print)
1984 Gershuni at the Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem
1985 Etchings and Silk Screens prints, Noemi Givon Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv-Yafo
1987 Thirteen Etchings for Poems by H. N. Bialik, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv-Yafo
1991 Moshe Gershuni: New Etchings and Screen-prints, Israel Museum, Jerusalem
1993 Prints 1992-1993, The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan
1994 Moshe Gershuni: Boat, Fine Arts Dept. Gallery, Bezalel, Academy of Arts and Desighn, Jerusalem
1997 Moshe Gershuni: Prints 1996-1997, Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem
2003 Under the Sun, Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem
2006 Under the Sun, The Bar David Museum for Art and Judaica, Kibbutz Bara’am
2008 Har-El Printers & Publishers, Tel Aviv-Yafo
2015 Days of Our Lives, Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem
2020 Anisa Eskar and Moshe Gershuni, the Looby Gallery, Tel Aviv-Yafo

Group exhibitions (selection in the field of print)
1985 Black Prints, Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem
1988 Silkscreen in Art and Industry, Jerusalem Artists’ House, Jerusalem
1989 Etchings of Poems, Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem
1990 1990 Print Today, Artists’ House, Tel Aviv-Yafo
1991 Back to Painting in Israeli Prints, Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv-Yafo
1991 30 x 40, Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem
1993 Feeback: Painting / Sculpture / Print, Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem
1993 Prints – New Acquisitions, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv-Yafo
1994 Special Reserve, Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem

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