(b. 1984, Ein Harod, Israel)
Ben-Zvi is a multi-disciplinary artist who combines photography, installation, printmaking, ceramics, and other photo-based objects. In recent years, he focuses on the human gaze, the contemporary shifting of the visual perspectives, and the influence of image-related technologies on the human experience. His work deals mainly with memory and identity, territorial claims, and the concept of invasiveness.
Ben-Zvi Holds an MFA (2018) from the New York University, Steinhardt MFA program in Studio Art; BFA (2015) from The Neri Bloomfield School of Design, Haifa, Israel; participated in a student exchange program in BTK University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany. Ben-Zvi has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Israel, Europe, and New York. Currently lives and works in New York, NY.