Malka Nedivi is an artist living and working in Los Angeles. She was born in Rehovot, Israel in 1952 an only child to parents who survived the Holocaust and emigrated from Poland. Studying Theater and literature at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, she directed plays and taught theater. In 1980 she moved to Los Angeles, CA with her husband and son to study film at UCLA. She worked as an Assistant Editor from 1987-1992.
Last year Malka had a successful solo show at the National Council of Jewish Women. In 2012 she had a solo exhibition at BOA Art Gallery in Los Angeles and in 2013 she was featured in the LA Art Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Malka was also chosen as one of the top ten Southern California Contemporary Artists from Israel at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Recently, Malka has had write-ups in the Beverly Press, Jewish Journal, Diversions LA, Filling the Negative Space, Tribe Journal, Trebuchet Magazine and she is the subject of an upcoming feature in the Huffington Post.