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Illustrator

Artist

Izhar Cohen

Illustrator

Israel

Yizhar Cohen, a graduate of the Betzalel Academy, Jerusalem. St. Martin, London and Art-Deco, Paris. Since the early 1980s, Yizhar has been an illustrator in the Israeli and international press. His illustrations get published in Yedioth Aharonoth, Globes, Calcalist, The Sunday Times, The Times, Financial Times, Guardian, New York Times, Washington Post and many many more publications. The Rolling Stones, The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, Skeptic Magazine, he has illustrated children’s books for Dial, David Bennet, Pavillion, Mathew Price, Gallimard, Walker and he has designed a series of postage stamps for the British Royal Mail Group. Creates engravings in metal and wood. Designed the Five Senses Garden in Holon, drew a ceramic wall at the Sonsbeeck Swimming Pool in Breda, Holland. Has exhibited in solo exhibitions in The Netherlands, London, Paris and Israel and has taken art in group exhibitions in Israel and worldwide. Among the scholarships he has been awarded: The America-Israel Cultural Foundation, The British Council, UNESCO Scholarship for Young Artists, The Winkler Foundation, and awarded the Victoria & Albert Award for illustration.

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Artwork(s) in the archive:

Correspondence - A Visual Journey Diary

2022

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