Tslil Tsemet "Children Of The Sun"
Tslil Tsemet "Children Of The Sun" 2019
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Tslil Tsemet was born in 1988 in Nahariya, a small town in Israel located next to the Lebanon border, defined as a War zone territory. She started painting at the age of three, and from early childhood she integrated surprising and thought provoking concepts in her art. From the age of 12-18 she studied at a democratic experimental school, where the children can change any of the school rules by voting in a weekly parliament, in order to encourage activism and free-thinking. At 2011 She got her B.F.A in conceptual art from the Bezalel Academy of art and design, Jerusalem. Due complex hyper politically charged life in Jerusalem, and the fact that part of her family is extremely religious, she was highly influenced and inspired by different cultures mixed with religious fusion, and her artwork is a constant attempt to break global barriers and social structures. She later lived and created in Tel-Aviv for several years, but due to the high censorship around art and culture in Israel, in 2014 she immigrated to the U.S in order to Pursue her goal to become a full-time artist (though her subject matter is often get censored in the U.S as well). The journey as a female immigrant artist was full of challenges, and she worked as a tattoo artist in order to support her art practice. She has shown at both group-shows and solo exhibitions in galleries and museums in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Israel. Her artwork is currently featured in The Untitled Space group exhibition, "Art4Equality x Life, Liberty & The Pursuit of Happiness."
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