Due to sizing this RUN is only available unframed.
Note: These prints are pulled from the edition of 100.
"These are hand pulled limited edition silkscreen prints that were part of my recent exhibition “Dreams” in Providence, Rhode Island on May 24th which featured a large scale installation at an abandoned synagogue. The project is about dream building and the universal story of family migration.
The Hamsa is a symbol I grew up with in my house and continues to be part of my American/Sephardic/Jewish identity. I thought it was appropriate to include it in my installation at this synagogue since it’s analogous to the story of all migrants dreams and because it’s also a sacred traditional symbol of protection." - Alice Mizrachi
This RUN is signed and numbered by Alice Mizrachi and comes with a Letter of Provenance from 1xRUN.
Alice Mizrachi is a New York based interdisciplinary artist and educator working in the mediums of painting, murals and installation. Her work explores the interconnectedness of individuals and community through the dual lens of compassion and empathy. Through figurative work that reinforces both personal and community-oriented identity, Alice aims to inspire creative expression and a sense of shared humanity through art.
Alice has worked as an arts educator for nearly twenty years for a variety of organizations including BRIC Arts, The Laundromat Project and The Studio Museum in Harlem. As a pioneer in the field of socially engaged art at the local level, Alice has been recognized and selected to develop arts education curriculum for organizations such as HI-ARTS (Harlem, NY), Dr. Richard La Izquierdo School and Miami Light Project. She has also been a panelist discussing community-engaged art for events at Brown University and The Devos Institute of Arts Management.
As a painter, Alice maintains both a studio practice and an extensive body of work as a muralist. Her work have been featured in exhibitions at the Museum of the City of New York, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the United Nations and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Washington DC. She has been commissioned as a mural artist for projects in Amsterdam, Berlin, Tel Aviv, and across the United States by organizations including: Wall Therapy (Rochester, NY); La Mama and Fourth Arts Block (NYC); Miami Light Project (Miami, FL); and, Chashama (Harlem, NY), among others.