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Alice Mizrachi
sunnyside, NY

Media:Mixed Media;


ARTIST STATEMENT: BIO: Alice Mizrachi is an artist, curator, educator and community organizer. With a focus on the figure abstracted through color, line and pattern, Mizrachi's work draws from an inner reserve of spontaneous raw emotion. As a master of materials, grounded in painting and printmaking, her respect for the mediums she works with is as important as the charged imagery she creates. She has exhibited work in galleries and museums worldwide including Powerhouse Gallery, Colette, Fifty 24LA, Crewest, Intermedia Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art in DC, and The National Women’s Museum in DC and most recently in solo shows in Paris and Tel Aviv. With strong ties to the urban art world, Mizrachi’s early work focused on the vibrant tranquility of city life and earned her profiles in niche publications Giant Magazine, Juxtapoz and Square Rootz. In addition to work on 2D surfaces, she has painted murals worldwide and begun to delve into sculptural objects made from found materials. With over 10 years of experience as an Arts Educator, Mizrachi has merged all of her interests as co-founder of the YOUNITY Arts Collective since 2006. The all-female urban art collective produces a variety of creative enterprises annually including exhibitions, panel discussions, mural productions, and youth workshops. Mizrachi is also a graduate of the Parsons School of Design in New York City.
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Alice Mizrachi is an artist, curator, educator and community organizer.
With a focus on the figure abstracted through color, line and pattern, Mizrachi's work draws from an inner reserve of spontaneous raw emotion. As a master of materials, grounded in painting and printmaking, her respect for the mediums she works with is as important as the charged imagery she creates. She has exhibited work in galleries and museums worldwide including Powerhouse Gallery, Colette, Fifty 24LA, Crewest, Intermedia Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art in DC, and The National Women’s Museum in DC and most recently in solo shows in Paris and Tel Aviv. With strong ties to the urban art world, Mizrachi’s early work focused on the vibrant tranquility of city life and earned her profiles in niche publications Giant Magazine, Juxtapoz and Square Rootz. In addition to work on 2D surfaces, she has painted murals worldwide and begun to delve into sculptural objects made from found materials.
With over 10 years of experience as an Arts Educator, Mizrachi has merged all of her interests as co-founder of the YOUNITY Arts Collective since 2006. The all-female urban art collective produces a variety of creative enterprises annually including exhibitions, panel discussions, mural productions, and youth workshops. Mizrachi is also a graduate of the Parsons School of Design in New York City.

EDUCATION
2002 Art Students League New York City Drawing
1999 Parsons School of Design New York City Illustration
1998 The Rietveld Acadamie Amsterdam Printmaking
1994 Cardozo High School Queens, NY Art Major

EXHIBITIONS
2001- The Limner Gallery/ New York City
2001- The Period Gallery/ Omaha, Nebraska
2002- The Saville Gallery/ Cumberland/ Maryland
2002- The Puffin Foundation/ Teaneck, New Jersey
2003- Goga Gallery/ Brooklyn, New York
2004- Bazel Gallery/ Tel-Aviv Israel
2005- Naked Duck/ Brooklyn, New York
2005- Nurture Art/ Brooklyn, New York
2005- Superfine/ Brooklyn, New York
2005- The Delancey/ New York City
2005- Spike Gallery/ New York City
2005- Eat Records/ New York City
2005- Blinde Design Showroom/ NYC
2005- Colette Gallery/ Paris, France
2005- Milk Bar/ San Francisco, CA
2005- Lab 101 Gallery/ Los Angeles, CA
2005- Powerhouse Gallery/ New York City
2006- Intermedia Arts Center/Minneapolis
2006- The Showroom Gallery/ New York City
2006- 24 Prince/ NYC
2006- OngKing Arts Center/ Hawaii
2006- Powerhouse Gallery/ New York City
2007- Nurture Art / Brooklyn, NY
2007- Intermedia Arts Center/Minneapolis
2007- Powerhouse Gallery/ Brooklyn, NY
2007- Laila/ Brooklyn, NY
2007- The Gallery at Harriets Alter Ego/ Brooklyn, NY
2007- Arts at Marks/ Oahu, Hawaii
2007- Roseland/ NYC
2007- Legion Arts Gallery/ Iowa
2007- The Showroom Gallery/ NYC
2007- 24 Prince/ NYC
2008- The Gallery at Harriets Alter Ego/ Brooklyn, NY
2008- The Fuse Gallery/ NYC
2008- ABC No Rio/ NYC
2008- Chashama/ NYC
2008- Supreme Trading/ Brooklyn, NY
2008- Alphabeta Gallery/ Brooklyn, NY
2008- Fresh Surface Art/ Brooklyn, NY
2008- Tachless/ Berlin, Germany
2009- Rarebreed/ Piladelphia, PA
2009 - Momenta Art/ Brooklyn, NY
2009- Art House Gallery/ Atlanta, GA
2009- Crewest Gallery/ Los Angeles, CA
2009- Museum of Contemporary Art DC/ Washington, DC
2009- Chris’ Jazz Cafe/ Philadelphia, PA
2009- Laconia Gallery/ Boston, MA
2009- Antena Gallery/Chicago, IL
2009- Soulard Art Market/ St. Louis, MO
2009- 3rd Ward/ Brooklyn, NY
2009- Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA)/ Atlanta, GA
2009- Afro Punk Festival- Mural painting/ Brooklyn, NY
2009- Crewest/ Los Angeles, CA
2009- WMC Jazz Center- Mural painting/ Brooklyn, NY
2009- The Secret Garden- Mural painting/ Brooklyn, NY
2009- B Girl Be/ Minneapolis, MN
2009- Art Basel/ Miami
2009- Intermedia Arts/ Minneapolis, MN
2010- National Women’s Museum of the Arts/ DC
2010- Stroke Art/ Munich/ Germany
2010- Fifty24LA Gallery/ Los Angeles, CA
2010- B Girl Be- Mural painting / Minneapolis, MN
2010- Soapstone Gallery/ NYC
2010- Primary Flight Mural/ Art Basel/ Miami
2010- Mamushcka Gallery Mural/ Art Basel/ Miami
2011- Materials for the Arts Mural Production/ NYC
2011- NYU Bronfman Gallery/ NYC
2011- Welling Court Mural Project/ Queens, NY
2011- Sing for Hope Pop Up Pianos/ NYC
2011- Walla Walla Mural Project/ Walla Walla, Washington
2011- Causey Contemporary Gallery/ Brooklyn, NY
2011- Powerhouse Arena/ Brooklyn, NY
2011- Galerie 154 (solo exhibition) / Paris, France
2011- Bazel Gallery (solo exhibition) / Tel Aviv, Israel
2011- Yonkers Public Library/ Yonkers, NY
2012- Mighty Tnaka Gallery/ Brooklyn, NY

GRANTS
2011- Juriel Arts Grant
2010- Materials for the Arts
2008- Puffin Foundation Grant for Younity Arts Collective
2008- Ford Foundation Travel Grant to paint in Berlin

RESIDENCIES
2010- Paris Art Residency September 15 2010- October 15, 2010
2012- Ket/ Ecko Artist Residency NYC
September 2011- present

EXPERIENCE
2011-2012 Teaching Artist Bric Arts NYC
2011-2012 Teaching Artist JCAL NYC
2011-2012 Teaching Artist Sing for Hope NYC
2011-2012 Teaching Artist Laundromat Project NYC
2011-2012 Art Educator Materials for the Arts NYC
2010 Teaching Artist MCV Cultural Center Paris
2008-2010 Art Educator The Young Womens Leadership School NYC
2006-2011 Co-Founder/ Curator/ Organizer/ Youth Coordinator
Younity Arts New York
2009-2010 Art Educator Manhattan Country
School New York City
2009-2010 Art Educator/
Staff development Bronx Charter School Bronx, NYC
2001-2009 Art Educator St. Aloysius School Harlem, NYC
2001-2002 Art Educator Corpus Christi School Harlem, NYC
2004 Artist In Resident Westbury School Long Island, NY
1999-2001 Illustrator/ Designer Alfy.com New York City

PANEL DISCUSSIONS
2012 “GODDESShood- Our Land is our Jewel” Sarah Lawrence College
New York
2010 “BRAINSTORM! Teaching Artist Panel” Frank Sinatra School of Arts
Queens, NY
2010 “Live To Change Something Through Art” Restoration Plaza
Brooklyn, NY
2009 “Makin’ It: Artists Working Now” State Office Building
Brooklyn, NY
2008 “Women in Hip Hop” We B Girlz Event Tachless/ Berlin
2008 “Reach All Teach All- Social Entrepreneurs” The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

PUBLICATIONS
2011 Highsnobette December 2011 NYC
2011 Radcollector December 2011 NYC
2011 12oz Prophet December 2011 NYC
2011 TLV Street Art August 2011 Tel Aviv, Israel
2011 Lemouv Radio Station July 2011 Paris, France
2011 Brooklyn Street Art July 2011 New York
2011 GritTV February 2011 NYC
2011 Streetartstickers.com February 2011 NYC
2011 40 Street Artistes January 2011 Paris, France
2010 Fatcap November 2010 Paris, France
2010 Juxtapoz February 2010 San Francisco
2009 YRB March 2009 issue New York
2009 The Daily News September 2009 New York
2009 Marie Claire August 2009 issue New York
2009 YRB
2009 YOUNITY Heart & Soul October 2009 New York
2008 The Greenpoint Courier October 2008 New York
2008 Lady Caprice Issue #11 Paris
2008 Giant Magazine April/ May 2008 issue New York
2008 Juxtapoz Magaine October 2008 issue San Francisco
2007 Public Access:Ricky Powell Photographs New York
2006 Mass Appeal Issue #37 New York
2005 Trace Magazine September 2005 issue New York
2002 Penn Gazzette March/ April 2002 Pennsylvania
2001 Shape Magazine September 2001 New York
1999 Quarterly Black Review March/ April 1999 New York
1999 Boston Globe June 1999 Boston, MA

 








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