Michal Avrech is a highly acclaimed artist from Israel who has won numerous awards for her exceptional work.
Her art is displayed, showcased, and published locally and internationally, including in the United States, Asia, and Europe.
Michal has a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts and a Master’s in Art Therapy. Apart from painting, she also dedicates her time as an art therapist for underprivileged youth.
Michal is a member of the Israeli Professional Visual Art Association and the International Association of Art.
2024 – Artist house, Tel Aviv, Israel, curator Taly Cohen Garbuz (upcoming)
2022 – Beit Yad Labanim Gallery, Haifa, Israel curator Milo Shor
2019 – Marziart international Galerie, Hamburg, Germany, curator Marion Zimmermann
In Europe her participation in exhibits include:
2023 – Florence Biennale (upcoming)
2023 – Summer Art Expo, Ragusa Museum , Scicily , Italy, Musa international art curators
2022 – Boomer Gallery, Vogue 5th Edition
2022 – B.I.E Berlin Art 2022, curator Quirino Martellini
2021 – Singulart online art gallery- original artworks for sale
2021 – M.D.A.S. Gallery, Milano. Coming Out exhibition, curator Martina
2021 – Art Fair Venice, curator Guilla Tassi
2021 – Biennale Internazionale Etruria, Italy. Curator Quirino Martellini
2021 – Florence Biennale, curator G.Cordonni
2021 – Infinity Dreams, online exhibition, team curator CAC Magazine
2021 – Paks Gallery, Munich, Germany, curator Heinz Playner
2021 – Florence Biennale, curator Prof. Giovanni Cordoni
2020 – Atelier Montez Gallery, Rome, Italy, via Prizma Art Prize, Curator Marco Crispano
2019 – Artisttable Gallery, online gallery, curator Tali Farchi & Roies
2019 – Fiac event. Carrousel du Louvre via Paks Gallery, curator Heinz Playner
2019 – MAMAG Modern art museum, near Vienna, curator Heinz Playner
2019 – Contemporary Art Curator Magazine
2019 – Contemporary Venice, Venice, Italy, curator Itsliquid Group
2019 – ledioscope of Life, Moscow, Russia, curator I. Shoval
2018 – Israeli Contemporary Artist Exhibition, London, England, curator Rami Azzam
In Israel, her participation in exhibits include:
2021 – Russian Culture Center Tel Aviv, Curator E. Rozenberg
2021 – The Blue Bird Gallery Tel Aviv, Curator Sara Raz.
2021 – The Bauhaus Gallery Tel Aviv, curator E. Rozenberg
2021 – Yad Labanim memorial center , curator Avi Sharon
2020 – “Point of Light”, curated by Shaked Shapira
2019 – “From Heart to Heart”, an exhibition at Beit Gabriel in Kinneret, curated by Yael Nitzan.
2019 – Matkot Exhibition in Odessa, Kiev, curator Yaffa Meir
2018 – The “My Muse” art exhibition, the Chagall Artists’ House
2018 – Yad Labanim memorial center , curator Avi Sharon
2018 – “Word and Stain”, Chagall House
2017 – Matkot Exhibition in Odessa, Kiev, curator Yaffa Meir
2017 – Amiad center Tel Aviv
2017 – “In a Direct View” Group Exhibition, Ramat Gan Diamond Gallery
2016 – The ‘Spring’ exhibition curated by Yankele Ben David. Moran Yaakobi, Azrieli Center, Holon
In USA her participation in exhibits include:
2022 – Art expo San Diego
2022 – Art Expo San Diego
2021 – Art Expo New York
2021 – Art Spectrum Miami
2019 – Art Expo San Diego
2018 – Art Expo Las Vegas
2017 – Art Spectrum Miami
In Asia her participation in exhibits include:
2022 – Kersan Art Foundation “Archeological Forms” in Yogyakarta Indonesia, curated Frigidanto Agung
2022 – Nuansa Rupa International Contemporary Art Exhibition, Bandung BEST FOR Indouonesia, curated Patra Suwanda
2023 – Woman’s Essence Award
2021 – Collector s vision art award
2021 – Power of Creativity art prize
2020 – One of the finalist of Prizma Art Prize
2020 – Artisttable woman mention award
2019 – Contemporary Venice
I create dynamic acrylic paintings, expressing soul, memories, and love through vivid abstractions on large canvases. My fast, expressive strokes translate landscapes, family, and themes like hope into art. Whether painting in my home studio or in nature, I find inspiration in life and art therapy, embracing both referenced and abstract styles. My work seeks to convey optimism and vitality, offers the possibility of bridging cultures.
I think that in these difficult times, searching for and providing glimpses of hope can be meaningful.