Brooklyn-based video and installation artist Shasha Dothan (b. 1987 Tel-Aviv) has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, at places such as the Ramat Gan Museum of Israeli Art, Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Blum & Poe Gallery, Human Resources Gallery, Erica Broussard Gallery, American Jewish University, Jerusalem Cultural Season, Driveway 327, Fresh paint 7 Art Fair and University at Buffalo Gallery.
Dothan earned an MFA at the University of California Los Angeles, specializing in New Genres (2018) and a BFA at Shenkar College, in the Multidisciplinary Art Department (2013). She also attended Hamburg University of Applied Sciences as an exchange student in Hamburg, Germany.
Shasha Dothan has won numerous awards and scholarships over the past few years, most recently the Young Artist Award, from the Israeli Ministry of culture 2018, Word prize from AJU and the Artis residency grant for Vermont Studio center. She was also awarded the John Baldessari Family Foundation Scholarship (2017-18). Dothan teaches art and curates exhibitions, one of which was “I am Erica” in 2017 at the New Wight Gallery, UCLA. She is also a founding member of the art collective Anti Mehikon.
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