Strangers Don’t Belong In Your Home

Gal Cohen, Strangers Don’t Belong In Your Home, from “Subway Wisdom” series, oil on canvas, 42×86 inches.


About the Artist

Gal Cohen is an Israeli American artist (born 1986), working primarily with painting, drawing and installation to critique dominant modes of normality. She uses different strategies as Irony, vertigo, displacement, bitter sweetness and dark humour to create her self reflective art.

Gal’s artistic practice explores potential interactions between facts and fiction as her main ambition is to generate new narrations concerning collective memory, social inherited conventions, history, identity, gender, and otherness in contemporary societies.

Living and working in Brooklyn, Gal is currently pursuing her MFA in Fine Art at Parsons, NY. Over the last years after graduating the B.F.A in Fine Arts from Bezalel Academy of Art&Design, Jerusalem, she studied Gender studies in Tel-Aviv University, exhibited and showed her art in exhibitions and art projects, took part in artist residencies, and curated various exhibitions.

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