Shiri Shamir Ceramic Art
Shiri Shamir studied in "Bezalel Academy for Art and Design",
1995 – BA in Art and Design, "Academy for Art and Design",
2004 – Masters in Philosophy, "Tel-Aviv University",
Shiri’s works are displayed in art and design exhibitions, in Israel and Europe.
Since 1995 she has been teaching art, design and ceramics.
1994 Industrial design for: "Corunum", Holland. Display in "Europa Cadeau", "Jaarbeurs", Amsterdam, Utrecht, Brussels. Catalogue
1996 "Stone in the Galilee". Stone symposium, curator: Abraham Eilat, Maalot Tarshia, Israel. Catalogue.
1998 group exhibition in metalsmith, "Points of Silver", curators: Bianca Eshel Gershooni & Esther Knobel, Eeretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel, catalogue.
1988 group exhibition in installation art, "Beeldende Kunst in de Etalage" Nijmegen, Holland. Curator: Marleen de Betue. Catalogue.
2000 group exhibition in installation art, "Take Time", in ‘Die Hollandische Welle’ ('Dutch Wave'), Stadtmuseum Jena, Germany. Curator: Lutz Fiebig. Catalogue.
2007 group exhibition, "Territory and Identity", The 4th Biennale for Israeli Ceramic. Curator: David Knafo, Eeretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel, catalogue.
2009 group exhibition, "Clay Sensation", The 5th Biennale for Israeli Ceramic. Curator: Hagai Segev, Eeretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel, catalogue.
2010 group exhibition in ceramic, "Vaze Now", Artists House, Tel Aviv, Israel, catalogue.
2011 group exhibition, "Ceramic Design: Techno. Logical", The 6th Biennale for Israeli Ceramic. Curator: Shlomit Bauman. Eeretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel, catalogue.
2012 group exhibition "Hands on", PG Art gallery.
Curator: Piril Gulesci Arikonmaz, Istanbul, Turkey.
2016 Taiwan Designers Week , 16 Songshan Cultural and Creative Park.
Curator Prof. Dana Arieli for Holon institute of Technology, Israel. HIT.
2016 group exhibition "Wet burned," The Eighth Biennale of Israeli, Ceramic. Eeretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel, Curator: Dr. Eran Erlich
2018 Periscope Design Gallery "Out of Section" Possible Structures.
Curator: Sari Paran,Tel Aviv, Israel.