Eran Shakine (born 1962, Israel)
Lives and works between Tel Aviv, New York and London
Eran Shakine is an artist, who works in different mediums; these include painting, drawing, sculpture and site-specific public art.
He was born in 1962 in Israel to a French father and Hungarian mother; both are Holocaust survivors who came to Israel after the Second World War.
He has lived in Paris, London and for seven years in New York City, where he received the “Art Matters” Scholarship and was the assistant of the COBRA movement artist, Karel Appel. He has had one-man shows in The Drawing Center in New York as well as in London, Paris, Brussels, Toronto and Tel Aviv.
In 2016, Shakine held solo shows at the Mana Center for Contemporary Art, New Jersey, as well as at the Haifa Museum for Art.
His works are in the permanent collections of the British Museum, London; Ludwig Museum, Aachen, Germany; Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel, and the Israel Museum, Jerusalem as well as many corporate and private collections.
In 2017, Shakine exhibited a major solo show at the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Germany.