Born: 1978, Beer Sheva, Israel
Resides: Brooklyn, New York
2014-current Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts (PhD, 2nd year)
2003-2005 School of Visual Arts, New York City (MFA)
1996-2000 Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. (BA), Slade School of Fine Art, London (semester abroad)
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2009 Me Into You, (the) Slap-n-Tickle (me) Gallery, Kansas City MO
2005 Un-earthly Remains, Vlepo Gallery, Staten Island
Neither Each Other Nor Themselves (with Marianna Olinger as part of the Doppelganger Project), The Sphinx Returns performance series curated by Whitney V. Hunter, Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn NY
The Living Situation, (with Michael Alan as part of the Living Installation), Brooklyn NY
When Summer Meets Winter (with Marianna Olinger as part of the Doppelganger Project), AW Asia, NYC
Working Through Pain (with Michael Alan as part of the Living Installation), Gasser Grunert Gallery, NYC
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Derivas, Largo das Artes, Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Hotter Than July: Eat Your Art Out. NY Studio Gallery NY, curated by Savannah Spirit.
It's a Thin Line Between Love and Hate, Part II: Hate. United Photo Industries, Brooklyn NY
29x29, Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York NY
Portraits, I-20 Gallery, New York NY, curated by Simon Watson
The Exhibition Lab Exhibition, Foley and Sasha Wolf Galleries, New York NY
TURN ON, SLAG Gallery, New York NY , curated by Özkan Cangüven
Verfall: Decay and Decadence, Studio 150, Staten Island NY , curated by Ginger Shulick
Kinsey Institute Juried Show, SoFA Gallery, Bloomington IN
Sensuelle, (The) Slap-n-Tickle (Me) Gallery , Kansas City MO
FAST, Vox Pop, Brooklyn NY
Ten By Ten, Makor/Steinhardt Center of the 92nd Street Y, NYC
ARTWALK NY preview show, Barney’s, NYC
Amendicons, Makor/Steinhardt Center of the 92nd Street Y, NYC
Salon, HHCNYC Art Collection Exhibition of Women's Artwork at Bellvue Hospital Center, NYC
Wandering, Makor/Steinhardt Center of the 92nd Street Y, NYC
Dybukks, Demons and the Divine: Spiritual Magic in Judaism, Rosenzweig Gallery, Durham NC
5 Emerging Artists, Maurice Villencey, Bethesda MD, curated by Kipton Art
Photo New York, Metropolitan Pavilion, presented by Creative Thriftshop and Article Projects
See What I Mean, Visual Arts Gallery, NYC
Control is Power, W Hotel in Times Square, NYC, curated by Kipton Art
ISEE2, Vlepo Gallery, Staten Island, curated by Kari Conte
Ritualistic Tendencies (the perils of domestic space), Westside Gallery, NYC
Inaugural group exhibition, Bottom Feeders Gallery, NYC
Portraits of Humanity, Manhattan Theatresource, NYC
My Reality, Lilypad: A Beauty Lounge, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Estrogenious: Celebrating Womenís Work, Manhattan Theatresource, NYC
Georgetown University thesis exhibition, Walsh Gallery, Washington D.C.
2005-2006 Art + Commerce Festival of Emerging Photographers
Venues: Photo Espana, Matadero Madrid, Spain
Fendia Via Sciesa 3, Milan, Italy
Laune Galerie, Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan
EXPOSweden, Stockholm, Sweden
Old Tobacco Warehouse, DUMBO, Brooklyn
Featured portfolio to accompany cover story, Mein Sex! Selbstbewusst, mutig, tabulos: Forscher vermessen die Lust der Frauen (Trans: My Sex! Self-confident, bold, taboo: researchers map the pleasure of women). Der Spiegel Germany Issue 21, May 2015.
Estilo: Fotógrafa registra momentos íntimos de seu relacionamento aberto. Catraca Livre, Brasil. Nov 2014.
Marianna Olinger interviews Keren Moscovitch, On-Verge: Alternative Art Criticism, October 2014.
Yerebakan, Osman Can. Hotter Than July: Eat Your Art Out. ON: Art Photography Culture. Issue 1, May 2014.
Brooks, Katherine. Enter Into The World of An Open Relationship With These Intimate, NSFW Portraits. The Huffington Post, Arts & Culture Section.
Bull, Melissa. An Interview With Photographer Keren Moscovitch. Playboy. January 2014.
In Focus: Keren Moscovitch, interview in Hunger Magazine. October 2013.
Atherton, Monique. Constructed Intimacies, interview in Artfile Magazine. September 2013.
Gorrence, Amanda. Keren Moscovitch’s Photographs of Intimate Moments During Sex, Feature Shoot. June 2013.
Novikov, Sergey. Complicated Connections, Royal Cheese blog. June 2013.
Bram, David. Fraction Magazine Issue 51: NSFW. Fraction Magazine. June 2013.
Giovinco, Steve. "Keren Moscovitch Talk at SVA," On the Edge of Somewhere blog. May 2013.
Frame, Allen. Into the Other, Back to Self. "Me Into You" monograph essay. 2012.
Aletti, Vince. 29x29 Portfolio Intro. April 2012.
Adams, Andy. The Other Woman on Flak Photo Stories on Flak Photo online. 3/4/12.
Adams, Andy. The Other Woman as Flak Photo of the Day on Flak Photo online. 2/29/12.
Saltz, Jerry. “Critics Picks” in New York Magazine Double Summer Issue. June 25-July 4, 2011 p 134.
Descry Magazine, limited edition special issue “Someone Stole My Heart” 3-page spread, p 16-18. May 2011.
Time Out New York , “Turn On Erotica Exhibit: A Preview of the New Show at SLAG Gallery”. Slide show featuring 2 images in Sex and Dating Issue. July 2009.
Kenneth Paul Media. Island Arts Scene video for mystatenislandarts.com. Interview with curator Ginger Shulick. July 25, 2009.
Packham, Chris. “First Friday Hit List”, Night and Day section, The Pitch. June 4-10, 2009.
Thorson, Alice. “Art Reaches New Heights” Kansas City Star. June 4, 2009.
Cronkite, Kipton. “One of Our Own: Keren Moscovitch”. KiptonART Blog. May 29, 2009.
Visual Arts Journal. Spring 2009 Volume 17 No 1, back and front inside covers, p. 36-7 and p. 80-81.
Thornton, Andrew. “Me Into You…” The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton. November 2008, online.
Cronkite, Kipton. “The First Piece: A Beginner’s Guide to Buying Art”, Quest Magazine. October 2007, p.101
Glaser, Brian. “Top Ten”, Visual Arts Briefs. March 2007.
Stein, Amy. “ARTWALK NY 2006” Amy Stein Blogspot, November 2006, online.
Glaser, Brian. “Helping Hands”, Visual Arts Briefs. November 2006.
Cover art. Zeek Magazine: A Journal of Jewish Art and Thought. Fall 2006.
News. “The Art and Commerce Festival of Emerging Photographers”, Vogue Nippon .2006.
News. “Fendi e Vogue Italia per l'arte”, GQ Italia online. September 2006.
Boas, Natasha. "Art-School Photography", Domino Magazine. June 2006, p. 72.
Halperin, Max. "Juror's Notes Illuminate Winning Entries", Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina Web site. May 2006.
Editorial. "North Shore Inspiration", Industry Magazine. December/January 2006.
Sandy, Cybele. "Keren Moscovitch", Peek, exhibition catalogue, The Art + Commerce 2005 Festival of Emerging Photographers. 2005.
Lang, Daryl. "A&C Announces Its 2005 Emerging Photographers", PDN Online. 9/30/05.
Gibson, David. "Ritualistic Tendencies (the perils of domestic space)", Article Magazine. 2/16/05.
2015 Concerning Human Understanding, VCS Gallery at the School of Visual Arts
2013 Run, Rabbit, Run, Flatiron Gallery at the School of Visual Arts
2012 Global Positioning System (So You Say You Want a Revolution), Westside Gallery at the School of Visual Arts
2011 Condition X, Westside Gallery at the School of Visual Arts
2010 Abstract Intentions, Westside Gallery at the School of Visual Arts (w/David Gibson)
RESIDENCIES AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2012 Camera Club of New York (CCNY) Residency Runner Up, NYC
2010 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) and Creative Capital Artist Summer Institute, NYC
2010 The Exhibition Lab, Foley and Sasha Wolf Galleries, NYC
2006 Artist-in-Residence at the Makor-Steinhardt Center of the 92nd Street Y, NYC
Indie Photobook Library
Noble Maritime Museum
Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction
BENEFITS AND AUCTIONS
Stephen Petronio Company auction
Artwalk NY (a benefit auction for the Coalition for the Homeless)
Gullubahce / Rose Garden, CAM Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey
Third Annual Society of Publication Designers Auction, Harry’s Loft, NYC
Postcards from the Edge (Visual AIDS benefit) Robert Miller Gallery, NYC
TEACHING AND PANELS
School of Visual Arts
Photography and Video Department
Objects of Desire and Disgust: Still Life: Introduces the genre of still-life from a cross-historical point of view, emphasizing recurring themes and visual symbologies rather than formal conventions; includes studio work (undergraduate only), lectures, writing exercises and critique.
Undergraduate spring semesters (15 weeks)
Continuing Education spring semesters (6 weeks)
The Intimate Lens: Explores the camera as a conduit for narratives on intimacy and sexuality, from the personal to the political; includes lectures, readings and critique.
Continuing Education fall semester (6 weeks)
Articulating Your Vision: The Art of Portfolio Creation: Advanced critique course designed to help independent practitioners prepare a cohesive body of work for exhibition or graduate school application; includes critiques and writing exercises.
Continuing Education fall, spring, summer semesters (6 weeks)
Independent Study: One-on-one mentorships focused on theoretical concerns, providing students with guidance on critical texts related to their thesis projects.
Undergraduate fall and spring semesters (15 weeks)
School of Visual Arts
Visual and Critical Studies Department
The Artist as Philosopher: Online course in the intersection of art and philosophy, exposing practicing artists in all media to theory that can inform and deepen their studio work; includes video lectures, narrated slide shows, readings, discussion board forums and online critiques.
2016 (course currently in development)
Continuing Education fall, spring, summer semesters (12 weeks)
Yale University School of Art
Studio visits with MFA Photography students
Lecture: The Ontology of Intimacy: Theoria, Praxis, Poiesis
International Center of Photography
Allen Frame’s seminar
Lecture and critique with advanced certificate students