Noa Lidor. Doubting Thomas.

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Noa Lidor was born in Israel, in January 1977. In 2001, she graduates with honours from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (Jerusalem), after which she completes an MA in the Chelsea College of Art and Design (London, UK).

She lives and works in London, UK. She has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and produced site-specific projects for the Members Room at Tate Modern (London, UK), Abbot Hall Gallery (Cumbria, UK), La Caja Blanca gallery (Palma de Mallorca, Spain), and the Haifa Museum of Art (Haifa, Israel).

She works with sculpture, drawing and installation and often draws on humble materials such as paper, salt or plaster, as well as objects usually found in domestic environments such as furnishings, feminine home accessories such as doilies and candelabras, and musical instruments, which once appropriated by the artist, loose the function they were originally designed to perform. In February 2011, Lidor received the prize jointly awarded by the Museo ABC (Madrid, Spain) and JustMad Art Fair (Madrid, Spain), for contemporary drawing.

The prize includes the commission of a site-specific show which will be presented to the public in February 2012. Lidor works with Green Cardamom gallery in the UK, and La Caja Blanca gallery in Spain.





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