Ella Littwitz (b. Haifa 1982) studied in HISK, Ghent, Belgium (2016) and received her BFA from Bezalel, Jerusalem, Israel, in 2009. Her works have been exhibited in Israel, Europe and the US.
Her solo shows include “And a third of the waters became wormwood”, Harlan Levey projects, Brussels (2018); Kwisatz Haderach, curated by Drorit Gur Arie and Or Tshuva, Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Israel (2017); Itchy Sharqiya, curated by Irit Tal, Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv (2017); No Vestige of a Beginning, No Prospect of an End, Copperfield, London (2017); Divisi (Duo with Benjamin Verhoeven), De Bijloke, Gent, Belgium (2016); MONOLITH, Galeria Silvestre, Tarragona, Spain (2015) and SIRIUS, Tivon gallery, Israel (2012).
Group exhibitions include The Dangerous Professors, Flatland Gallery, Houston (2018); Je me deande pourquoi plus de fleurs n’ont pas d’epines, V2VINGT, Brussels (2018); Mystic Properties, Art Brussels (2018); “The State is not a Work of Art, Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn (2018); What Goes Around Comes Around, Neve Schechter Gallery, Tel Aviv (2017); 10a EDICIO DE LA BIENNAL D'ART LEANDRE CRISTOFOL, curated by Celia del Diego, Oriol Fontdevila and Javier Hontoria, Centre d'Art La Panera, Spain (2017); ARCANA IMPERII. Art Research on Bureaucracy, curated by Oriol Fontdevila, Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporania, Valencia, Spain (2017); Lives Between, co-curated by Joseph del Pesco and Sergio Edelsztein, CCA Tel Aviv, Israel (2017); Slow Revenge of the Immobile, La Gran Gallery, Valladolid, Spain (2017); We have the weights, we have the measures, Copperfield London, London (2017); Euphoria Project: 1967 turns 50: Wartime Art, curated by Dana Arielai, Mishkan Museum of Art, Ein Harod, Israel (2017); Mementos, curated by Jens Hoffmann and Piper Marshall, Art Brussels, Belgium (2017); SAMPLE, curated by Humberto Moro, Zona Maco with Harlan Levey Projects, Mexico City, Mexico (2017); Fragmented Time, curated by Rachel Monosov, CatincaTabacaru Gallery, NY (2016), "Mother, I have reached the land of my dreams", ID Festival Berlin 2016 With CIRCLE1, Germany (2016), It takes two to make an accident, HISK laureates , Gent (2015); Freitag, der 13. // יום שישי ה -13, Berlin (2015); the 6th Moscow Biennial Special Program (2015), Back to Berlin, Re-view, HerzliyaMuseumof Contemporary Art, Israel (2014), Der ZweiteBlick, Berlin JüdischesGemeindehaus Gallery, Germany (2012) and the 12th Istanbul Biennial (2011). Littwitz has received The Lottery Grant (2017, Israel). She's also received the IgalAhouvi The Most Promising Artist Prize (2013, Israel), the Botin Foundation Prize (2012-2013, Santander, Spain), ArbeitsstipendiumStiftungKunstfonds (2012, Bonn, Germany), Mitchell Presser Excellence Award granted by Bezalel Academy in 2009 and the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship in 2008-2010.
For her most recent solo exhibition with the gallery please click here