< Noa Charuvi


Born in Israel and based in New York City, Charuvi holds an MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York and a BFA in Fine Arts from the Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem. Charuvi was a recipient of The Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant for 2018-19. Residency programs she attended include Art Omi International Artists Residency in Ghent, NY, Yaddo artist colony in Saratoga Springs, NY, and The Keyholder Residency at the Lower East Side Printshop in Manhattan. Her work was exhibited internationally, in venues such as The Bronx Museum of The Arts (New York), Haifa Museum of Art, and Mishkan Museum of Art, Ein Harod (Israel). Publications include “Landscape Painting Now”, an anthology of contemporary painters published by D.A.P and Thames & Hudson. In late 2019 Charuvi was a recipient of a travel grant from Asylum Arts and a studio grant from FST Studio Projects Fund.



  • 2009 MFA Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
  • 2005 BFA Fine Arts, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel

Awards and Residencies

  • 2019 Asylum Arts Small Grants
  • 2019 FST Studio Projects Fund
  • 2018-2019 Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant recipient
  • 2014, 2016 Art in Buildings Artist in Construction Residency, New York, NY
  • 2014-2015 Keyholder Residency, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY
  • 2013 Foundation for Contemporary Art Emergency Grant 2012 Art Omi, Ghent, NY
  • 2011-2017 Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts studio space program, New York, NY
  • 2011 Artists Alliance Inc. Lower East Side Rotating Studio Program, New York, NY
  • 2010 Triangle Arts Association Workshop, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2010 AIM – Artist in the Marketplace, Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY
  • 2010 The Corporation of Yaddo Artists Colony, Saratoga Springs, NY

One Person Exhibitions

  • 2017 Art100, ‘Construction and Contemplation’, New York, NY
  • 2016 H Gallery, ‘Reamenagements Permanents’, Paris, France
  • 2014 The Shirey, ‘Arabesques’, Brooklyn, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2022 Unsettled: Irinceeva, Sagona, Charuvi, at New Collectors Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2021 Floating Walls, Laurie M. Tisch Gallery at Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, New York, NY
  • 2021 Landscape and Memory, Pamela Salisbury Gallery, Hudson, NY
  • 2021 The Burning Kite, Kristen Lorello, New York, NY
  • 2021 Makeshift, Artlot, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2021 Private View, Paradice Palase, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2020 ‘À VOIR ABSOLUMENT’. H Gallery, Paris France
  • 2019 ‘Mounds, Piles and Massings’, The Walsh Gallery, Seton Hall University, NJ
  • 2019 ‘Install Deinstall”, 601 Artspace, New York, NY
  • 2017 ’50 to 1967: Art in the time of War’, Mishkan Museum, Ein Harod, Israel
  • 2017 ‘Art/Work: And Exploration of Labor’, Love Apple Art Space, Ghent, NY
  • 2017 ‘Land Marks’, The Cluster Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2017 ‘Building and Rebuilding’, Repair The World, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2016 ‘The 50 West Artist-in-Construction Residency Exhibition’, Metropolitan College of New York, New York, NY
  • 2016 ‘EFA + Middle East’, Shirin Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2015 ‘Out of Sight’, Haifa Museum of Art, Israel
  • 2015 ‘Akhshav!’, Stein Rose Fine Art, , New York, NY
  • 2011 ‘Bronx Calling! The First AIM Biennial’, The Bronx Museum and Wave Hill Center, Bronx, NY
  • 2010 ‘Heat Wave’, Lombard-Freid Projects, New York, NY


  • Schwabsky, Barry: Landscape Painting Now: From Pop Abstraction to New Romanticism; D.A.P Press, 2019

Selected Press

  • Kelleher, Katy: Want to take better travel photos? Think like a landscape painter. National Geographic Online, June 2021
  • Yaniv, Etty: Noa Charuvi – Suspended on Site, ArtSpiel, August 17, 2020
  • Galerie Magazine Editors: Emerging Artist Award Finalists, Noa Charuvi, October 2019
  • Gardner, Ralph Jr.: An Artist-in-Construction, Wall Street Journal, September 9th, 2014
  • Cotter, Holland: Art in Review, ‘Heat Wave’: Lombard-Freid Projects, The New York Times, July 23rd, 2010


I paint places that are interrupted either by destruction or construction, where there is evidence of forceful intervention. Observing construction sites, I interpret them in a broader context of resurrection and transformation. The paint handling: bold, loose brush strokes and palette knife gestures, create a parallel with the subjects: Places that are under development and in transition.