Natan Pernick

B. 1980, Israel.
Natan Pernik started painting at the age of 14, during his youth he also practiced
mural painting.
Between the years 2002-2004 Pernik lived and worked in New York as an apprentice
at the studio of the renowned artist
Mark Kostabi

From 2004 till 2008 He attended the the department of Visual Communications at the Bezalel Academy of the Arts and Design. During his studies he began showing his work at various art galleries in Jerusalem.
In 2009 Pernick participated at the Artishock - young art initiative,
as well as partook at a group exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London for the BP portrait award.

Pernick’s works are sold at the leading Israeli auction houses: Tiroche, Montefiore and Matsa.

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013 Silent Communucation, Linus Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2013, Grand Art Gallery, Haifa, Israel
2013 Open Exhibition, Cork Street Gallery, London, UK
2013 The Art Sprinter, Water Mill Square Gallery, Hamptons, New York
2013 The Collectors Choice, Sylvia White Gallery, Ventura, California
2012 The Shiff Collection, Marina hotel, Tel Aviv, Israel
2011 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London, UK
2011 Arte Laguna Prize, Arsenale, Venice, Italy
2011 The First Annual, Scottsdale Salon of Fine Art, Scottsdale, Arizona
2010 The Road to Nowhere, Ashdod Art Museum, Ashdod, Israel
2009 BP Portrait Award, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
2009 Artishok, Comfort 21


Selected Solo Exhibitions
2013 Remains, Dan Gallery, Tel Aviv
2010 Opening Statement, Dan Gallery, Tel Aviv