Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport


These are works from my 2021-2022 solo show at Beacon Gallery. The exhibition was on view from November 5, 2021-January 17, 2022. This exhibition was a deep and intimately visual response to my personal reckoning with systems of racial inequity. It offered both a very personal portrait as well as a call to action. This conceptual mixed media work draws heavily from core Jewish tenets and my deep Jewish identity, interchanging between the personal and the universal. 


Of Two Places

These are works from my 2019 solo show at Beacon Gallery in Boston, which reflected on my story as an immigrant and strove to promote a conversation about welcoming 'the other' in our midst. The varied materials selected for each piece were sourced both from Israel and from my home in Massachusetts. Most can be traced back to significant people or places in my life, such as the farm in Israel on which I grew up. Each piece addresses the personal yet universal themes that face immigrants.

COVID-19 Works


This body of work was created in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Isolated and confronting a world in turmoil, these works many using the newspaper headlines from the pandemic address, the social inequalities Covid has spotlighted and brought to the forefront.


Early Works