Noga Shatz - Foreign Subject, Barbican Arts Group Trust


Noga Shatz - Foreign Subject  -  Artworks Project Space, Barbican Art Group Trust, 114A Blackhorse Lane, London E17 6AA

PV 21st June 6-9pm

Noga Shatz will be exhibiting a new body  of work utilising contemporary printmaking techniques. Shatz has been creating mono-type prints; using the immediate transfer of the applied image, and the mirroring nature of this technique, she explores ideas and images originating from her personal experiences as an artist living in a foreign culture.
Through an autobiographical perspective, she examines wider environments controlled by notions of loss and alienation.
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Noga Shatz obtained her MA degree from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London (2015). She has been exhibiting her work internationally in solo and various group exhibitions including:  Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Artist proof- Neo Print Gallery. Wells Art Contemporary. Sunday Times Watercolour Competition. The Drawing Biennale/ Haifa Museum of Art, and  more.
Noga is a mixed media visual artist trained in painting, printmaking, video and sound. She is also a professional musician; writing, composing playing guitar and lead vocalist. She has released several albums of her own music with her bands NX2, Echo-bench, Parket and Glass Horses and collaborated with other musicians on various projects such as Undone and Evil Ninja.

She has been awarded the 'Anthony Dawson Print Award’, The Slade Printmaking Scholarship, The Slade Summer School Residency award,  The Slade  Annual Group Project Award, The Artist Teaching Scholarship, and was nominated for the 'Max Werner Drawing Prize'. This year she has been shortlisted for the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize.

Forthcoming exhibitions:

 Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize – Group exhibition June 2019

Open Space, due show, December 2019