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Orit Fuchs

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Orit Fuchs
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Born(1970-12-25)December 25, 1970
Holon, Israel
🏳️ NationalityIsrael
💼 Occupation
Notable workThe Vivid series
🌐 Websitehttps://www.oritfuchs.com/

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Orit Fuchs (Hebrew: אורית פוקס‎; born December 25, 1970; Holon, Israel) is a painter and a multidisciplinary Israeli artist.


Orit Fuchs participated in the Color exhibition in the Hoban Artrium museum in South Korea
Orit Fuchs painting

Orit Fuchs was working as an art director advertising agencies in Israel, where she formed and developed her artistic language in the pop-art worlds.[1] With the birth of her first daughter Alma, she retired from advertising and established a fashion brand for girls “Alma Small Designs”.[2], after 7 years, she sold the brand to raise her children.[3] In 2013 she studied in the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design preparatory course. In 2015 she presented her work in a group exhibition in the Tiroche Auction House, Herzliya. In June 2016 Fuchs opened her studio in the south of Tel Aviv. In February 2017, Fuchs presented in the Artist Project in the Better Living Centre in Toronto, Canada, where she presented a few works integrating drawing and complex embroidery, sculpting and photography.[4] In March 2017, Fuchs presented in the Armory week in New York,[5] and the Time Out New York recommended an exhibition she presented in as one of the five most interesting exhibitions in the city.[6]

She also presented in the Tokyo International Art Fair. In December 2017, Fuchs presented in the Art Basel week in Miami. Fuchs presented portraits of modern women framed in vintage frames, and also sculptures of sumo wrestlers.[7][8] In 2018, Fuchs presented in the Farm Gallery in Holon, within the exhibition “Berosh Tov”. In this exhibition, Israeli artists displayed works corresponding with the human skull - the known symbol of death.[9][10] During that year she presented her works also in the Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, in the group exhibition Pop Porn, in the Neve Shechter Gallery in a group exhibition of leading Israeli artists, in December 2018 she displayed her works again in the Art Basel week in Miami.[11]

In 2019, Fuchs presented in the Art Palm Springs exhibition in the US, and in single exhibitions in the Mayson Gallery in New York.[12]During that year, she also presented in a group exhibition in the Mika Gallery in Tel Aviv, and in the annual exhibition of the Yogen Fruz Brain Project in Toronto, Canada. In this project, Canadian and international artist display works that are supposed to grow your awareness to the human brain and raise funds for studies in the brain and diseases like dementia and Alzheimer. In her work “The Brain Eater”, Fuchs presented a model of the brain, corresponding with the visual world of the Pac-Man video game. The brain cells were displayed as dots, and the Pac-Man as a disease that “eats” these cells.[13] In December 2019 Fuchs presented her works in the Art Basel week in Miami for the third time.[11] In 2020 she participated in a group exhibition in the LG Project gallery in California,[14][15] at that year she also participated in a group exhibition in District gallery in Cleveland, Ohio.[16] Also, she participated in a group exhibition in the Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, and in the Art in the Color exhibition in the Hoban Artrium museum in South Korea.


  • 2015 - Group Exhibition, Tiroche Auction House, Herzliya, Israel
  • 2017 - Exhibition, Artist Projetx, in the Better Living Centre, Toronto, Canada[4]
  • 2017 - Group Exhibition, Clio Art Fair, New York, USA [17]
  • 2017 - Exhibition, Tokyo Int. Art Fair, Tokyo, Japan
  • 2017 - Group Exhibition, Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, Canada[18]
  • 2017 - exhibition, Affordable Art Fair, Hong Kong
  • 2017 - exhibition, Aqua Art Miami, Miami, USA[11]
  • 2017 - Art and Design Week in Miami, USA[7]
  • 2018 - Group Exhibition, “Berosh Tov” - The Farm Gallery, Holon, Israel
  • 2018 - Group Exhibition, “Pop Porn” - Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel[19]
  • 2018 - Group Exhibition, Neve Shechter Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 2018 - Exhibition, Aqua Art Miami, Miami, USA[11]
  • 2019 - Exhibition, Art Palm Springs, Palm Springs, California
  • 2019 - Solo Exhibition, Mayson Gallery New York[12]
  • 2019 - Group Exhibition, Mika Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 2019 - the annual Yogen Fruz Brain Project exhibition, Toronto, Canada
  • 2019 - exhibition, Aqua Art Miami, Miami, USA[11]
  • 2020 - Group Exhibition, LG Project Gallery, California, USA[14]
  • 2020 - Group Exhibition, District Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio[16]
  • 2020 - Group Exhibition, Zemak Contemporary Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 2020 - Art in the color exhibition in the Hoban Artrium Museum, South Korea



  1. Artist Orit Fuchs Interprets Contemporary Culture, Culture Owl
  2. Ruta Kupfer, Learning from Monsters, Ha’Aretz Website, 14 June 2007 (Hebrew)
  3. Orit Fuchs, Art, Issue XIV, Creat! Magazine, 22 March 2013
  4. 4.0 4.1 Sonya Davidson, Inspiring Creatives from The Artist Project 2017 in Toronto, Toronto Guardian, 27 February 2017
  5. Grace Nuttall, Clio art fair gives a voice to independent artists, Culture and Life, 10 March 2017
  6. Time Out New York, Issue 1084, 1-7 March, 2017
  7. 7.0 7.1 Inber Shahak, Miami Art and Design week design Miami art Miami, Inber Shahak Website, 30 December 2017
  8. Christiana Lucratif, miami art basel | highlights, Schön! Magazine, 21 December 2017
  9. Keren Spilsher, “Berosh Tov” exhibition in Farm Gallery, Portfolio Magazine (Hebrew), 13 June 2018 (Hebrew)
  10. Lihi Gelman ram, Berosh Tov: Artists Display Skulls, MyNet Holon, 18 June 2018 (Hebrew)
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 Orit Fuchs, Aqua Art Miami Website
  12. 12.0 12.1 Orit Fuchs, Mayson Gallery
  13. Susan Minuk, Brains set to take over toronto streets, The Canadian Jewish News, 20 June 2019
  14. 14.0 14.1 Orit Fuchs, LG Projects Website
  15. Corey Levitan, HOME IS WHERE THE ART IS: Masterpieces you can see in La Jolla right now, La Jolla Light, 29 Jan 2020
  16. 16.0 16.1 Orit Fuchs, District Gallery Website
  17. Katita Miller, 14 Standout Artists at Clio Art Fair, ART Zealous March 4, 2017
  18. Orit Fuchs, Zemack Contemporary art Website
  19. Pop Porn Exhibition, Zemack Contemporary art Website

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