Malka Nedivi - CV



 1976   BA (Theatre and Literature), Hebrew University ­ Jerusalem, Israel




·      First Place for “Home Nest” at CA 101 Exhibition, Redondo Beach, CA



·      Never Have I Ever, Coagula, Los Angeles, CA


·      Powers of Nine, LAM Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

·      More Courage, The Braid, Santa Monica, CA


·      The Human Rights Art Show, The Gallery, Hawthorne, CA

·      Tzipora’s Nest Documentary Screening and Exhibition, Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

·      CA 101 2016, South Bay Galleria, Redondo Beach, CA

·      Tzipora’s Nest Documentary Screening, Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA

·      VS, Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA

·      BIRD, Muzeumm, Los Angeles, CA

·      Home, EklectoMania, Highland Park, CA

·      ArtWorks ADL: Justice, Advocacy &Art, Anti-Defamation League, Beverly Hills, CA


·      Blank Canvas, Washington Reid Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

·      Where the Magic Happens, Gallery H Phantom Galleries LA, Hawthorne, CA

·      Solo Exhibition, Mother Daughter, National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles


·      MAS Attack, Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

·      The Season of Spring curated by Daniel Rolnik, Flower Pepper Gallery, Pasadena, CA


·      Tribe, LBL LA Art Gallery ­ Los Angeles, CA

·      LA Art Show, 2013 Los Angeles Convention Center ­ Los Angeles, CA


·      Solo Exhibition, One Woman Show, BOA Art Gallery ­ Los Angeles, CA


·      From Desert to Desert, The Gotthelf Art Gallery at San Diego Center for   

Jewish Culture ­ La Jolla, CA

·      Contemporary Southern California Artists From Israel, The Bell Family

Gallery at the Jewish Federation ­ Los Angeles, CA


·      7 Artists: From Israel to LA, Finegood Art Gallery ­ West Hills, CA

·      From Here to There: Contemporary Southern California Artists from Israel,

Barnsdall Park ­ Los Angeles, CA




·      Edwin Folvin, “NCJW/LA Presents Works by Malka Nedivi” Beverly Press,


·      Genie Davis, “Malka Nedivi at the National Council of Jewish Women,” Diversions LA,


·      Anise Stevens, “Painting Childhood, Painting Memory. Malka Nedivi”


·      Ayala Or-El, “Woman finds inspiration from mother who hoarded,” Tribe Journal,


·      Shana Nys Dambrot, “Malka Nedivi: Remains of the Day,” Huffington Post,

·      Ayala Or-El, “From Junk to Art,” Jewish Journal,