Nathalie Karg Gallery

Ohad Meromi

Ohad Meromi (b. 1967 in Kibbutz Mizrah, Israel) is a sculptor and multi-media artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. After his release from the army he graduated from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in 1992. Ohad Meromi holds an MFA from Columbia University. Born in Israel, Meromi brings forth his own experience of community living by addressing the agenda of the Israeli Kibbutz through drama, literature, poetry, modernism, and sci-fi movies, creating a layered ambiance and sites of reflection. His work has been included in several solo and group exhibitions such as Nathalie Karg Gallery; Gordon Gallery in Tel Aviv, Israel; PS1 in New York; Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Israel; and the Public Art Fund in New York.

Nathalie Karg Exhibitions


Hyperallergic, Jeremy Sigler, The Trials of a Hot-Pink Sunbather, 2017 Telavivian, Rebecca Roberts, The World of Ohad Meromi, 2016 The Culture Trip, Pablo Markin, Ohad's Performative Art Project, 'A Resort', 2016 Art Critical, Naomi Lev, The Smokey Life: Ohad Meromi at Nathalie Karg, 2014 Artsy, Artsy Editorial, Worker! Smoker! Actor! The Art of Labor According to Ohad Meromi, 2014 Art Critical, Noah Dillon, Ohad Meromi: Worker! Smoker! Actor! at Nathalie Karg Bomb Magazine, Naomi Lev, Ohad Meromi, 2014 Blouin Artinfo, Orit Gat, "My Version of Utopia": Sculptor Ohad Meromi Makes Art a Collaborative Process, 2012 The New York Times, Karen Rosenberg, OHAD MEROMI: 'Rehearsal Sculpture', 2011