Alina Yakirevitch
Born 1994, Russia,
Lives and works in New York, USA



2022       MFA, Hunter College, City University of New York, New York
2016       BFA Cum Laude, Excellent Students Program, Hamidrasha School of Art, Kfar Saba, Israel    
                B.ed, The Academic Colleges of Education, Hamidrasha School of Art, Kfar Saba, Israel 

One Person / Two Person Exhibition

2023       Frozen, with Anna Sofie Jespersen, All St NYC Gallery, New York, New York

2022       What is and What Should Never Be, with Martine Flor at Neuer Kunstverein Wien, Vienna, Austria
                 Little Light of Mine, with Craig Jun Li, P.A.D gallery, New York, New York
2017        How I Stopped Worrying and Loved the Projected Image, Gabirol Gallery, Tel Aviv

Selected Group Exhibitions

2022       Two Sheets (3) to the Wind, P.A.D gallery and Department of Reflection, NADA Miami
                 In with the Old: (Nearly) Six Years of Project Art Distribution, Yeh Art Gallery, St. John's University,
                 Queens, New York
                Time Space with Bush Collective, Edmond de Rothschild Foundation, Tel Aviv, Israel
                Outside the Box, Jaffa Street Gallery, Jaffa, Israel
                Fire Exit, 205 Hudson Gallery, New York, New York
2021       We are Already Gone, Houser & Wirth Gallery, New York, New York
                Not Just Another Anthropocenic Love Story, Trestle Gallery, New York, New York
2018       The Museum Presents Itself: Remotely Related, Tel Aviv Museum of Art
                Recovery Plan: Join or Die, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel


2022       Anna Mikaela Ekstrand. “Call Your Therapist! 5 Stand-Out Showcases in Miami”, Cultbytes, December 4
                Louis Bury. The NYC Exhibition Where Works Cost up to $75”, Hyperallergic,November 16
                Avi Pitshon. “Free and Unpredictable, I Wish All Queer Shows Were Like That”, Haaretz, June 23
2021       Sigourney Schultz. “The Artist’s Library: An Interview with Alina Yakirevitch”, Assemblage, May 14, 2021
2018       Shaul Setter. “What Happens When the Tel Aviv Museum of Art Comes Up With a Recovery Plan”, Haaretz, October 4

Selected Publications:

“Autonomy” [Eng]. Assemblage, Fall 2021.
“Boneward Sky, an insteview with Uri Nir” [Heb]. Erev Rav, January 2022.
“Cow” [Heb]. Gufa literary Magazine, Winter 2021.
Welcome Home, Sweet Misfits[Eng] . Erev Rav, May 2020.
“ An Israeli Scene. A choir of Living Artworks.”[Eng]. ArtPress, no. 457, pp 52, 2018. 
”Hermesian Ambivalence in Contemporary Art” [Heb]. Hamidrasha no. 18, Fall 2015, pp - 93-97. 

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