Lihi Turjeman born in 1985
lives and work in Tel Aviv.
Turjeman graduated with honors her first degree in the Art department at the Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem and MFA studies in Bezalel Academy. In her graduation exhibition she showed large scale painting installation named ‘TIKUN OLAM’. During her studies, she received the Lauren and Mitchell Presser award for excellence in painting, and the Joseph and Ada Bulapio award for outstanding achievements in the department of history and theory. Until today, Lihi has presented four solo shows: in 2010 she exhibited her first exhibition, titled “At the Sight of”, at Julie M. gallery in Tel Aviv, in 2012 she showed “White Mule” at Rothschild 69 Projects, curated by Noam Segal and in 2013 she presented “Kushi-Atlas” at Julie M. Gallery and “2101” at Sommer Gallery. Currently, Turjeman is a resident at the ‘cite international des-arts’ in Paris.