01 May

Composing Worlds with Nurit David

Nurit David is an Israeli artist whose body of work covers several decades. She has worked with various mediums and composed coherent worlds that are highly intriguing. While most of her works are not collages per se, they have a collage quality, where concepts and ideas, as well as different emotions meets. And this is where the strength of her works lie: Nurit David’s aesthetic is balancing contrasts between the inner worlds of people and their outside expression. Her paintings in particular are characterized by a harmonious tension, where items seem to lie and rely on each other, giving shape to something that is condensed and balanced.


Nurit David has authored many single-person exhibitions and has been part of many group exhibitions. She has won numerous awards, including the 2003 Minister of Culture and Education Prize for Art and Design.

Her works can be seen today throughout Israel and the world, including in the The Israel Museum of Jerusalem and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

Discover our selection of her works below:


Building a Summer House II


Nurit David? No, I don’t remember



Sea for Girls


The Wheel


Monks Playing in a Garden


Gathering Dry Leaves