Lives and Works: New York, NY
MFA, School Of The Arts, Columbia University, New York, NY, 2009
BFA, Photography & Video, Betzalel Academy, Jerusalem, Israel, 1999
Rona Yefman Bio
About The Artist
Born in Israel, Yefman currently lives and works in New York. Raised as a female in a male-dominated conflict zone, Yefman's work explores anarchy, radicalism and freedom, as well as highlighting her own personal search for freedom from the psychological, physical and social restraints of her upbringing.
She is a recipient of the Ingeborg Bachmann Scholarship established by Anselm Kiefer and awarded by the Wolf Foundation to a young Israeli artist, the Gerard Levy Prize for a young photographer from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, the Lotos Club Award in New York and the 2009 Rema Hort Mann Scholarship.
Rona Yefman Gallery Art
Sommer Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Rona Yefman Permanent Collections
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Macquarie Bank, New York, NY
Works by the Artist