CV Itamar Gilboa

Itamar Gilboa (Tel Aviv, 1973) has always been inspired by the power of numbers and the influence of science. His work, usually taking his own experiences as a starting point, is the result of thorough research and data collection. In order to do so, Gilboa collaborates with scientists, engineers and other artists crossing the boundaries of visual arts and tapping into the fields of science and technology.

Gilboa’s work has been exhibited in various museums and art spaces in Israel, the Nether- lands, The United Kingdom and China. His work is part of both corporate and private collec- tions and is prominently featured in the permanent collection of LAM.

Education
2001 – 2005 Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam Avni Institution of Art, Tel Aviv
1999 – 2000 Yoram Levinstein Drama School, Tel Aviv
1996 – 1999 BA in Business Management, Natanya Academy, Natanya, Israel

Residency
2012 Red Gate Residency, Beijing

Solo exhibitions
2022 Food Chain Project, Ummuseum, contemporary art museum in South Korea.
2021 The Food Waste Effect, COP 26 UN Summit for Climate Change, Glasgow
2021 Body of Work, Alon Segev Gallery
2019 Body of Work, DSM art space, Heerlen
2019 Body of Work, Museum Beelden Aan Zee, Scheveningen
2019 Body of Work, solo presentation Art Rotterdam, Vriend van Bavink Gallery, Rotterdam 2017 Food Chain Project, Special Project’s section of ExpoChicago, Chicago
2017 Food Chain Project, Beit HaOmanim Tel Aviv-Yafo
2014 Food Chain Project, Nieuw Dakota, Amsterdam
2010 Chief Of Stuff, Contemporary by Golconda, Tel Aviv
2009 The Chief Of Stuff, Nacht Gallery, Amsterdam

Group exhibitions (selected)

2021 PAN Amsterdam, LANGart
2019 Akzo Nobel Innovation Award, Amsterdam
2019 Love. Hate. Debate. Highlights from ING Collection, ING Art Center, Brussels
2018 Permanente tentoonstelling, LAM Lisse
2018 We Are Food, Museum Jan Cunen, Oss
2016 Eten bij de Kunstenaar, De Mesdag Collectie, Den Haag
2015 Culture of Colors, AkzoNobel Essential Art Space, Amsterdam
2015 BEELD, Amsterdam Art Fair
2014 It’s Chinatown! Vriend van Bavink Gallery, Amsterdam
2014 Food Chain Project, TEDxEde, Ede, Nederland
2014 Outset, The Big Pitch, Amsterdam
2013 Food Chain Project, Agri Meets Design, Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven
2013 Momentum: Paris-Tel Aviv-Paris, Minotaure Gallery
2012 Untitled, Red Gate Studios, Beijing
2012 The Gatewatcher, Arti et Amicitiae Art Space, Amsterdam
2011 FaceLook, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
2011 Venice Memoire; Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv
2011 Nominator & Denominator, Herzeliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel
 2010 De Week van de Belofte, Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam
2010 Nuit Blanche, Brakke Grond Gallery, Amsterdam
2009 Bete Noir/La Petite Nuit Blanche, Brakke Grond Gallery, Amsterdam
2009 Nacht & Dag, RORB Art Space, Amsterdam
2008 Festival Confronting Cultures, NDSM, Amsterdam
2008 Rijtjeshuizen, Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam
2008 Artists With Attitude, OT301 Gallery, 2008 – 2009 on going project Amsterdam
 2007 One night exhibition, Meneer de Wit Art Space, Amsterdam
2007 Sequence and Repetition, Bridge Art Fair, London
2007 Repetition & Sequence, Jerwood Space, London
2007 Sequence and Repetition, Beldam Gallery, London
2006 Transito Festival, Amsterdam
2006 C-sides Festival Jerusalem
2005 bART- screening and discussion “artist on military spots” in Hertogenbosch.

Selected Publications, TV & Radio
De Telegraaf, Zelfportret binnenstebuiten by Paola Van de Velde, August 2019
Haaretz DesingerMag, Body of Interest by Maya Guez, March 2019
Blouin Artinfo Modern painters magazine , Emerging artists to watch in 2018, January 2018 Garage, At EXPO CHICAGO, Not,for-Profits Make the Running, October 2017
Culture club Tv program Channel 1 Israel, November 2017
Time out Tel Aviv cover Food Chain Project, November 2017
Calcalist by Reut Barnea, Working from the stomach November 2017
De Volkskrant cursus tentoonstellen, September 2016
WGN Radio interview for the Nick Digilio Show Chicago, July 2015
The Independent by Rose Troup Buchanan July 2015
WIRED magazine by Liz Stinson, July 2015
The Huffington Post by Priscilla Frank, May 2015
VICE , THE CREATORS PROJECT by Beckett Mufson, May 2015
Trouw Newspaper by Kees de Vree, December 2014
i24 news Culture by Laetitia Loreni, November 2014
Freunden von Freunden Amsterdam by Thijs van Velzen, Aug 2012
Midnight East, Between Heaven and Earth, by Angela Levine, November 2011
Chief of stuff, Atmosphere magazine, by Yael Efrati, September 2010
Not feel at home, Yediot Aharonot Tel Aviv magazine by Itay Ilnay, September 2010
Chief of stuff; Essay by Mr. Patrick Healy, Amsterdam 2010
Jerusalem Post, Art above all, by Maayan Keinan, May 2010
TimeOut Amsterdam, Studio Visit by Catherine Somzé, October 2009
Vice magazine Netherlands, September 2009.
Vice magazine Netherlands, May 2009.
Channel 10 the morning show, March 2008
Channel 2 , Reshet ‘To live good’. March 2008
Channel 1 the cultural show ‘Zman Avir’ March 2008
Israel Educational Television ‘The club’ March 2008
Radio 103 Fm, March 2008
Radio kol Israel Rreshet B, March 2008
‘Things that I taught my mother’ 7 days Yediot Aharonot by Asafa Peled, March 2008 TimeOut , London, by Martin Herbert, August 2007
London Reviews, by Charlotte Dingle, July 2007
Saatchi Gallery online, by Maria Santaeularia Badia, August 2007 The signatures of Difference, Dr. Patrick Healy, July 2007

Other activities
Brave New World, November 2019
TEDxEde, Ede, October 2014
“Separate Unit” Novel by Itamar Gilboa and Shula Gilboa; ‘Yediot Aharonot’ publisher house, 2008.
Nachtgalerie, founder and curator pop-up gallery for Rietveld students and alumni, 2006 – 2010