Dede (Born in Israel).
Lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Dede is an Israeli artist who has been working in the public sphere since 2006. His works can be viewed at galleries, exhibition spaces, various art events and mostly in the streets of art capitals around the world, such as London, New York, Berlin and Tel Aviv.

Dede conducts his way as an urban tourist, wandering the ever-changing city streets and visually reacting to them. The urban landscape, together with the social and the personal questions it evokes are the main drives behind Dede’s work. In his works, Dede examines and questions the man-made urban lifestyle people create for themselves, as he reflects on absurd, paradoxical human existence. His body of works concerns problems and mental phenomena shared by all the individuals of the urban society. He deals with loneliness, with the inability to align in the assembly line or to integrate in the group, and with the constant need to move forward to new territories, to run away to new places, both physical and mental ones.

Inspiration arises anywhere and everywhere, in the architecture, rhythms, sounds, and passersby who create the city’s pulse. His inspiration is depending on faith and on state of mind, always unpredictable, impulsive and dynamic. Dede uses various techniques and different tools each time; since the ideas leading him arise from within the experience of the hectic urban life, every question requires a new and fresh approach. His works are always site-specific, both in the theoretical and the practical aspects: they facilitate a solid relationship between the concept that generates them, the specific location where they appear, and the materials and methods used to create them. Therefore Dede considers the streets to be the ultimate space for creation, the most fitting and true platform for communication of messages, and self-expression.

The city is an integral part of Dede’s creative process, as well as of the final work. Dede is motivated by the deep need to leave something after him, by the need to be meaningful and to gain meaning: his art is, for all intents and purposes, a statement of existence.


Dede CV
Born in Israel
Lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel


2017 Mana Professional, A career-Development Platform for Artists, Mana Contemporary, New Jersey
2007-2010 BFA, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel
2009 Head, Academy of Arts, Geneva, Switzerland (Specialization with press, print and screen print)


2018 Duet, Zemack Contemporary Art, Tel-Aviv, Israel. A dual Show with Nitzan Mintz, Curator: Yaron Haramati
2017 Out of Place, Haifa Museum, Haifa, Israel. A dual Show with Nitzan Mintz, Curator: Svetlana Rein gold
2017 Out of Place, Die Ferberei, Munich, Germany. A dual Show with Nitzan Mintz, Curator: Kerstin Horner
2017 Out of Place, Jan Arnold, Vienna, Austria. A dual Show with Nitzan Mintz, Curated by the Gallery
2016 Dede Artist Book, Artist studio, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Curator: Hagar Bril
2016 Salon, The Jewish Salon, Hamburg, Germany. Curator: Barbara Guggenheim
2015 Do Not Feed the Animals, Dan Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Curated by the Gallery
2014 Holy Land, Bezalel 7 Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel. Curator: Hagar Bril
2014 Try to Levitate, Beit Ariela, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Curator: Maayan Nevo
2013 Real-Estate, P8 gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. A dual Show with Latzi, Curator: Ora Reuven
2013 Phantom, Tzadik gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. A dual Show with Latzi, Curator: Hana Coman
2012 Human Nature, Alfred gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Adi Bezalel
2011 Lost & Found, Bazel Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Curated by the Gallery
2011 Side D,The Third Ear, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Curator: Shiran Mostovoy


2018 The French Salon, Zemack Gallery, Tel-Aviv. Curated by the Gallery
2018 Many Faces, The Living Gallery, New-York.Curated by the Gallery
2017 Art Attack, Mayson Gallery, New-York. Curator: Gili Gibli
2017 Anniversary Exhibit, 212 Gallery, New-York. Curator: Marc Leader
2017 Hidden, Gal Caon Gallery, Tel-Aviv. Curator: Gal Gaon
2016 Hurdle, Jedna Dva Tri, Prague, Czech. Curated by the Gallery
2016 100 Years of Dada, Yanko-Dada Museum, Ein-Hod, Israel. Curator: Reaya Zomer-Tal
2015 Street Capture, Tirush, Hertzelia, Israel. Curator: Shulamit Nuss
2015 Israeli Art, Inoperable Gallery, Vienna, Austria. Curator: Nicholas Platzer
2015 Baggage, Neurotitan Gallery, Berlin, Germany. Curator: Hagar Bril
2014 Phoenix, Nahum Gutman Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Miri Ben-Moshe
2014 A Comfortable Man, Wilton’s Hall, London, England. Curator: MC Llamas
2014 Stories, Sweater Gallery, Ekaterinburg, Russia. Curated by the Gallery
2013 Inside Out, ‘Diaglib’ – Boutique Hotel , Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Moshe esh
2013 121 Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Lior Shtainer
2013 Hanina Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curated by the Gallery
2012 Fresh Paint,Tel-Aviv, Israel. Curator: Yifat Gurion
2012 American Apparel, Jerusalem, Israel. Curator: ‘Shaon Horef’
2012 Best Friends, Cut-up Gallery, Rastade, Germay. Curator: Christoph Fuhrken
2012 Surfboards, Riviera Gallery, Bat-yam, Israel. Curator: Tali Huldai


2017 ESKFF, MANA Contemporary, New-Jersey, USA
2017 Jan Arnold, Museum quarter, Vienna, Austria
2016 Petrohradska, Prague, Czech Republic
2016 Urban Forms, ‘Energia Miasta’, Lodz, Poland
2016 Cabri Intagilo Press, Kibuttz Cabri, Israel
2016 ‘Street Art School’, Hamburg, Germany
2015 ‘The Station’, Berlin, Germany
2014 ‘Glass House’, Berlin, Germany


2016 Printed artist book, Mifal aPais Council for the culture, Israel


2017 The Annual Book fair, Leipzig, Germany. The Israeli Embassy booth
2016 Live presentation, Pecha Kucha 18, Tel Aviv, Israel
2015 Teaching an art workshop and Interactive wall, Family Paint 1, Tel Aviv, Israel.
2014 Teaching an art workshop, Sweater gallery, Ekaterinburg, Russia.
2012 Painting at ‘Beit-Aham’, Tel Aviv, Israel. Curator: Lin Counio.