Michal Nachmany (b. Jerusalem, 1958), is a self-taught artist and educator. She began exhibiting her work in September 2015 in New York City, and since then has exhibited at community centers and galleries across New York City and the tristate area. Her inaugural international show opened in November 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Nachmany exhibit catalogues can be reviewed on https://www.michalnachmanyart.com/exhibitions
By collaborating with community centers to exhibit her work, and drawing upon her experience as both an artist and educator, Nachmany’s art acts as a bridge which connects past and present and viewers with one another.
In 2017 Columbia University commissioned Nachmany to create new works for the university’s Faculty House.
Living Monuments series of ten artworks celebrates the inauguration of Columbia University’s new Manhattanville Urban Campus, while paying a tribute to the existing Morningside Heights Campus and to Manhattan’s Riverside Park landmarks and history.