Noa Yekutieli (b. 1989) is a self-taught artist who lives and works in Tel-Aviv, Israel and Los Angeles, California. Born in California to a Japanese mother and Israeli father, Yekutieli imposed questions of belonging and displacement from the very beginning of her life, waiving the option of a singular origin.
Her work has been shown at the 14th A.I.R Biennale, NYC; The Shanghai Himalayas Museum, China; Augsburg Kunstverien, Germany; The Israel Museum, Israel; Changjiang Museum of Contemporary Art, China; Eretz Israel Museum, Israel; The Israeli-Palestinian Pavilion, Nakanojo Biennale, Japan; Open Contemporary Art Center, Taiwan; Janco Dada Museum, Israel; Artist House, Israel; and at the Wilfrid Museum, Israel. Yekutieli held solo exhibitions in various galleries such as Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel; Track 16 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Gisela Clement, Bonn, Germany; Marina Gisich Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia, and Galerie Sabine Knust, Munich, Germany.
She is a recipient of the Sommer Frische Knust residency in Austria; the Taipei Artists Village; the Gottesman Etching Center Residency in Israel; Reciprocity, Asylum Arts, Los Angeles, California; and the Fundacao Atre e Cultura in Luanda Angola.
Yekutieli received the Young International Artist award by OUTSET and the Israeli Lottery Council grant. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art, The Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Arts, and various international private collections.
In the next few months she will be exhibiting at the Kunstmuseum, Ahlen, Germany; Bienalsur, Contemporary Art Museum of Rosario, Argentina; Spring Break Art Fair, NYC; and Inga Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel.