AVI SCHWARTZ

Avi Schwartz was born in Bucharest, Romania, in 1938. In 1947 his family succeeded in leaving Romania and immigrated to Israel in 1948, via Paris. He enrolled in the Avni Institute in Tel Aviv. He was the youngest student there. The Avni Institute was then run by Moshe Mokadi, and among its teachers were Yechezkel Shtreichman, Avigdor Steimatzky, and Marcel Janco.

Schwarts' solo exhibition list includes: 1972 – "Champs Elysee", Johannesburg, South Africa

1974 – Israelis Gallery, Tel Aviv
1976 – Art Sanctuary, Holon 1978 – "Ten Years of Creativity" - Yad Lebanim Museum, Petach Tikvah
1979 - Ramat Hasharon Gallery 1981, 1986, 1988 – Weizman Gallery, Beer... Show More

Avi Schwartz was born in Bucharest, Romania, in 1938. In 1947 his family succeeded in leaving Romania and immigrated to Israel in 1948, via Paris. He enrolled in the Avni Institute in Tel Aviv. He was the youngest student there. The Avni Institute was then run by Moshe Mokadi, and among its teachers were Yechezkel Shtreichman, Avigdor Steimatzky, and Marcel Janco.

Schwarts' solo exhibition list includes: 1972 – "Champs Elysee", Johannesburg, South Africa

1974 – Israelis Gallery, Tel Aviv
1976 – Art Sanctuary, Holon 1978 – "Ten Years of Creativity" - Yad Lebanim Museum, Petach Tikvah
1979 - Ramat Hasharon Gallery 1981, 1986, 1988 – Weizman Gallery, Beer Sheva
1984 – Uri and Rami Nehushtan Museum, Ashdot Yaakov
1985 – "Miniatures", Kontiki Gallery, Caracas, Venezuela
1986, 1988, 1995 – Meir Art Gallery, Raanana
1987 – Gallery 13.5, Jaffa, Tel Aviv
1993 – Gevanim Gallery, Panorama Hotel, Haifa
1994 – Princess Hotel Gallery, Eilat
2006 – Zaritsky Artists House, Tel Aviv
2009 – Kings Gallery, Jerusalem

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