Yael David-Cohen has been living and working between continents and cultures in the past three decades. She has had numerous one-woman and group exhibitions, and her work is featured in five public collections in the U.K., U.S. and Israel. Yael David-Cohen uses the language of abstraction and colour to investigate the themes of nature and growth, her work often resonating recognizable organic shapes and forms. Her oeuvre includes large-scale mixed media on found fabrics, intaglio prints and handmade artist books.
A graduate of the Tel Aviv University (Literature and Philosophy), the Tel Aviv School of Art, and St. Martins School of Art (postgraduate studies), Yael David-Cohen has been actively exhibiting her work since the late 1960s. Her most recent exhibitions were: Sketch at Rabley Contemporary Drawing Centre (2017, group), 20th Biennial Quilt National (2017, group), Inspired by... at the v&A (2016, group), Bookartbookshop (2016, solo), Nancy Victor Gallery (2014, solo). For a full exhibition history please consult CV on http://www.yaeldc.co.uk.
Future Shows: Yael is currently planning two one-woman exhibitions, at The Coningsby Gallery in London and a new gallery in New York.