ADRIANA NAVEH

 Adriana Naveh was born in Mendoza, Argentina in 1963 and moved to Israel when she was 20 years old.   Before leaving Argentina, she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts at the De Cuyo University.  When she moved to Israel, she furthered her art studies at the Avni Institute of Art and Design in Tel Aviv and then studied Interior Design at Ort Career Institute.  Adriana worked teaching drawing at the Amamit University in Jerusalem as well as the Yad Lebanim Museum in Petach Tikva.  She later studied under the Artist Ian Rachwerger and then worked as an artist in the studio of the artist Calman Shemi.  She has been a professional painter for over 20 years. 

Today Adriana lives in Jerusalem and works in her own private studio.  Over the last several years, Naveh’s work is focused mainly on colorful, abstract urban landscapes.  Her newest technique is painting on aluminum panels, covered by many layers of lacquer giving the work a brightness and illumination that results in a fresh contemporary style.

Adriana is fascinated by urban architecture, as reflected in her work.  It is tightly related to herself being an immigrant, and to her persistent quest to explore the interior place of man in his environment.  She says, “The colorful paints in my work speak together with the coldness of the aluminum, creating an aura of an urban dynamics. It is like depicting calm chaos – a mixture of freedom and order.”

​Adriana Naveh’s graceful, elegant creations can be found in galleries in Israel and around the world, as well as worldwide exhibitions.  Exclusive collections featured at Blue Gallery.

 

Exhibitions:

1988
Schluss Gallery, Neve Tsedek – Israel

1993
Jerusalem Theater – Israel

1995
Artists House, Jerusalem – Israel

2002
Moriah Gallery, Bethesda – USA
Estampa, Madrid – Spain
Art Istanbul – Turkey
Decor Atlanta – USA
Art Atlana – USA

2003
Miami – USA
Goldmunz Center, Anvers – Belgium
Artexpo New York – USA
Europ’Art, Geneva – Switzerland
Jerusalem Theater – Israel
Moria Gallery, Bethesda – USA
Estampa Madrid – Spain

2004
Art Miami – USA
Artexpo New York – USA
Kiaf, Seoul – Korea
Estampa, Madrid – Spain
Galerie Assadi, Nyon – Switzerland

2005
Art Miami – USA
Artexpo New York – USA
Fine Art Forum, New York – USA
Estampa, Madrid – Spain

2006
Arte Sevilla, Spain
Artexpo New York – USA
Moriah Gallery, Bethesda – USA
Lineart, Belgium
Art Zurich, Switzerland
Estampa, Madrid – Spain
Miart Milano, Italy

2007
Art expo New York – USA
Puro Arte Vigo, Spain
Estampa Madrid, Spain

2008
Artexpo New York
Art Toronto, Canada
Gallery 133, Canada
AAF Paris, France
Estampa Madrid, Spain
Dima Galerie d’art, Paris
Artexpo Miami

2009
Artexpo, New York
Art Toronto, Canada
Dima Galerie d’art, Paris

2010
Art Milano
Art Monaco
Dima Galerie d’art, Paris
Art Singapore

2011
Opera House, Tel Aviv
Art Singapore
Scalamata. Venice

2012
ArtSingapore
RED DOT MIAMI

2013
Art Singapore
Art Toronto, Canada
Art Expo New York
RED DOT MIAMI

2014
“Affordable art show” New York
Art Hong Kong
Israeli Art Exhibition in Bank Hapohalim,Tel Aviv
“Art About” Munich Germany

2015
“Affordable Art Show” Hong Kong
Art Gallery Essex Marriot New York City
Art on 5th Gallery, Austin Texas

2016
“Affordable Art Fair” New York City
“Affordable Art Fair” Hong Kong
“Affordable Art Fair” Battersea
“Affordable Art Fair” Hampstead Heath, London
“Affordable Art Fair” Singapore

2017
Art Jakarta
Art Singapur fair
Art Hong Kong fair
Cervantes Institute, Tel Aviv

2018
“Affordable Art Fair” Singapore
“Affordable Art Fair” Hong Kong

2019
“Affordable Art Fair” Singapore
“Affordable Art Fair” Hong Kong