Lives and works in Tel-Aviv.
Aram Gershuni is Self-taught. He also studied privately with Israel Hershberg, and at
the Jerusalem Studio School (1997).
Aram Gershuni’s first one-man show took place at the Alon Segev Gallery in 2003.
His second one man show opened at the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art in 2009, and was
highly acclaimed. He has participated in many group shows in galleries and museums,
including the Tel-Aviv Museum of Fine Art and the Israel Museum.
Works by Aram Gershuni are included in many public and private collections in Israel
and abroad, including the collection of The Israel Museum, The Tel-Aviv Museum of
Art, and the Supreme Court of Israel.
Aram Gershuni has taught drawing and painting in many institutions in Israel,
including The Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (1997-2004), the Jerusalem Studio
School (2004-2006), and “HaTahana” school in Tel-Aviv, which he co-founded, and
where he still teaches.
Aram Gershuni’s work has won many prestigious awards and scholarships.
Prizes and Grants
1998 “Young Artists’ Prize”, the Ministry of Culture, Israel
1991 Scholarship from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation
1997-1998 the Jerusalem Studio School, Jerusalem