Dorit Feldman was born in Israel in 1956. She resides and works in Tel Aviv. Her work has been exhibited in 34 solo exhibitions, and hundreds group exhibitions, in leading galleries and museums nationally and internationally.
Several of the last exhibitions:
- 2017: 'Virtual, Reality', The David Lopatie Conference Center Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel. 'Where Text becomes Visual', City Gallery of Fine Arts-Plovdiv –Bulgaria.
- 2015-2016: 'Geophilosophy', series of works corresponding with early maps of the Holy Land from the Chinn Collection- 'Navigating the Bible', The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel. 'Reflective Geophilosophy', Gershman Y Gallery, Campus of the University of the Arts Philadelphia, USA. 'Visions of Place Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art', Rutgers University gallery, Camden, New Jersey, Towson University, Maryland, USA .
- 2014: 'Landwords', Tokyo Art Museum-Plaza Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
- 2013: ‘Mapping In Visual Art’, exhibition and Symposium, NCCA, Museum of Contemporary art, Moscow.
- 1979: BFA, the Midrasha Art Teachers' Training College, Ramat Hasharon, Israel.
- 1987: International studies, Urbino, Italy as part of MFA studies, School of Visual Arts, New York (Instructors: Enzo Cucchi, Jannis Kounellis).
- 1985-1988: Independent study program in the Humanities, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
- 1989: Received the: Young Artist Award, The Israeli Ministry of Education and Culture.
- 2008: Received the: Creativity Encouragement Grant, Israel National Lottery Council for the Arts.
Had executed some hundred public pieces around Israel, including outdoor sculptures commissioned by the municipalities of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Holon, Rishon Le'Zion, Nahariya, Kfar-Saba etc. Dorit Feldmans' works are included in the collections of Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art; The SIP Shpilman Institute for Photography, Tel Aviv; The Municipality of Ludwigsburg, Ludwigsburg , Germany ; Julie M. Gallery, Tel Aviv; Leumi Bank, Israel; Hapoalim Bank, Tel Aviv; LBLux S.A. Bank, Luxembourg; I.B.I. Investment House Ltd., Tel Aviv; Gazit-Globe Ltd., Tel Aviv; etc. A wide range of works is kept in private collections in Israel, London, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Luxemburg, Germany, Scotland, Switzerland, Mexico, Singapore, and the USA.