Places That Were Not


Time After Time


Please click here for bibliography

1967 Born in Tel-Aviv, Israel
Lives and works in London


1993 - 95
1989 - 92

MA in Photography, Royal College of Art, London
BA(Hons) in Photography, Film and Video, University of Westminster, London

One Person Exhibitions





















Nogah Engler and Ori Gersht, Mummery + Schnelle, London (forthcoming)
Still Life
, Columbus Museum, Columbus, Ohio
Portraits, Pizzutti Collection, Columbus, Ohio

All Will Come to Pass,
Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
Against Time, The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
Liquid Assets + Selected Works, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles
Cells, CRG Gallery, New York
The Gund Gallery at Kenyon College, Ohio

History Repeating, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Big Bang 01 in Times Square, Times Square Alliance, New York
Still and Forever, Brand New Gallery, Milano, Italy
This Storm Is What We Call Progress, Imperial War Museum, London
Survey of works between 2001-2011, Tel Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art,
Tel Aviv, Israel

Evaders and Falling Bird, Tel Aviv Museum (forthcoming)
Chasing Good Fortune and Still Lifes, Santa Barbara Museum
Angles Gallery, Los Angeles
CRG Gallery, New York
Lost in Time,
21c Museum, Kentucky

Places That Were Not
, Mummery + Schnelle, London
Places That Were Not,
Angles Gallery, Los Angeles
Places That Were Not, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv

, CRG Gallery, New York

Black Box: Ori Gersht, Hirschhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington DC

Folding Time
, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv
, The Jewish Museum, New York
Time Folds , Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, California

Time After Time
, Mummery + Schnelle, London
Works by Ori Gersht, Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut

The Forest, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv
Liquidation, Noga Gallery Tel Aviv
The Clearing, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, USA
The Forest, CRG Gallery, New York

The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, London; touring to: Spacex Gallery, Exeter; Photo Gallery Cardiff; Galway Arts Festival, Ireland; Leeds Metropolitan University Gallery, Leeds

Liquidation, CRG Gallery, New York

Blaze, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London
Blaze, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv
History in the Making, part of Photo España, Madrid, Spain.
Ghost and Concrete City Scans, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, USA.
Ghost, The Armory Show (with CRG Gallery), New York

Black Soil, CRG Gallery, New York

White Noise, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, USA
Afterglow, Art Now Room, Tate Britain, London
Afterglow, Helena Rubenstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art,
Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv
Mass Culture, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London

White Noise, Galerie Martin Kudlek, Cologne
Mass Culture, Refusalon Gallery, San Francisco
AfterWars, Belfast Exposed, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
LISTE 01, The Young Art Fair, Basel (with Andrew Mummery Gallery)
White Noise, Gallery Noga, Tel Aviv, Israel.
White Noise, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London

AfterWars, Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton, UK.
Pitch, Chisenhale Gallery, London

Vital Signs, Gallery Noga, Tel Aviv, Israel.
AfterWars, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London

Just Bring Your Body, Metro Gallery, London

Just Bring Your Body, Zone Gallery, Newcastle

Selected Group Exhibitions



























Damage Control - Art And Destruction Since 1950, The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC
Still Life Revisited, The Art Museum of Northern Norway, Tromsø, Norway
Catalyst: Contemporary Art and War, Imperial War Museum North,
Manchester, UK
ArTricks, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

The Compromised Land: Recent Photography and Video from Israel, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, New York
Inaugural Exhibition: Looking Forward, Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, Ohio

Seduced by Art: Photography Past and Present, London National Gallery, London; CaixaForum, Barcelona
Significant Objects: the Spell of Still Life, Norton Simon Museum, Los Angeles

'East Ex East' curated by Jane Neal, Brand New Gallery, Milan
‘Curtain Call’, The Roundhouse, London, UK.
‘Travelling Light’, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK.
“Eating Art”, La Pedrera/Casa Milà, Barcelona, Spain
Evaders, inaugural show of new wing, Tel Aviv Museum, Israel
When a Painting Moves… Something Must be Rotten, The Stenersen Museum, Oslo, Norway.
Single Shot – a Film and Video Umbrella touring exhibition, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, UK.
Latitudes – Photography Festival, Huelva, Spain.
Caen Art’s Museum, Normandy, Spain.

In Focus: Still Life, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
daegu photobienal, Daegu, South Korea
Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Still / Moving, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Roundabout, City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
The image as moving paintings and the return of the genres, Fundacion Francisco Godia, Barcelona
Beijing International Art Biennale 2010 (BIAB10) National At Museum, Beijing
Atlantis II, Rohkunstbau, Berlin
Windows, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Natural Conflicts, photography and films from Israel, Nevada Museum of Art, Nevada
Hugging & Wrestling – Contemporary Israeli Photography and Video, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland
When a Painting Moves, touring to: Centro Colombia-Americano, Colombia; Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico; MoCCA, Toronto, Canada
Luegen.nirgends (Lies.nowhere), Austellungshalle –zeitgenoessische Kunst Munster, Munster, Germany
Unique Paintings, Fundacion Godia, Barcelona
Calm Before the Storm, Winzavod Art Center, Moscow

Paysage - Video
, Musee de Toulon, France
Hugging and Wrestling,
Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland
Strange Places - Urban Landscape Photography, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston upon Thames, UK
Florafiktionen, QuadrART, Dornbirn, Germany
Altered Sequence, Event Gallery, London

Order From Chaos: Ori Gersht, Idris Kahn, Boo Ritson
(curated by Tamar Arnon), Centro Andaluz De La Fotografia, Almeria, Spain

Peace and agriculture in a pre-Romantic ideal landscape without sublime terrors, Haunch of Venison, Berlin
Static: Contemporary Still Life and Portraiture, Harris Museum & Art Gallery, Preston, UK
The Aerials of Sublime Transscapes, Lokaal 1, Breda, The Netherlands
Depletion, works from the Doron Sebbag Collection, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel
Personal Landscape; contemporary Art from Israel , The Katzen, American University Museum, Washington, USA
Ori Gersht & Jan Breughel the Elder , Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Visions in the Nunnery , The Nunnery, London
Mutation II ; Europian Month of Photography, Masion Europeenne de la Photographie, Paris, Kulturprojekte, Berlin, Fotofo, Bratislave, Vladmir Und Estragon, Vienna, Association Café Crème, Luxenbourg, Musee de la Photographie, Moscou, Zone Attive, Rome

The Last Seduction of Welcome Surrender to Beauty, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago
Loop ’07 – Barcelona - The Video Art festival, Galeria Dels Ángels, Barcelona
Video Killed the Painting Star, Museum of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
Pomegranate, Tate Britain, London, “Single Shot” commissioned by Film & Video Umbrella and The Film Council, UK
1st Architecture, Art and Landscape Biennial of the Canaries, Canary Islands
My Vision, ZEPHYR Raum für Fotografie, Mannheim, Germany
Dateline Israel: Recent Photography and Video (working title), The Jewish Museum, New York

Inside-Out, Contemporary Artists from Israel, museum MARCO, Vigo, Spain
Making Journeys, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham, UK
Forest Primeval, MOCA (GA), Atlanta, USA
Fata Morgana, Haifa Museum, Haifa, Israel
Spatial Dualism in the Eye of the Camera - Landscape Photography 1945-1963, The Open Museum of Photography, Tel Hai, Israel
Twillight: Photography in the Magic Hour, Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Forest Forest Dreaming, Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Exeter UK

Dreams and Trauma, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Camera Sacra, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Erzahl Mir Vom Krieg, Ori Gersht & Simon Norfolk, Zephyr Gallery, Mannheim
Etched Voices, Contemporary Artists and the Holocaust, Yad Vashem New Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Citizen, PM Gallery & House, London, touring to: City Gallery, Leicester, Oriel Davies Gallery Newtown, Powys/Wales, Ormeau Bath Gallery Belfast

Historias, Photo España 2004, Madrid, Spain
Tales of the City, (curated for the British Council by students from the MA Curating course, Goldsmiths College), Arte Fiera 2004, Bologna, Italy
Tirana International, Tirana, Albania

Up Close and Personal, Nottingham Castle, Nottingham
Strangers To Ourselves, The Metropole Galleries, Folkestone
Independence, South London Gallery, London
Der Berg, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg
One Ground, California Museum of Photography, Riverside

Willard Boepple, Ori Gersht and Albrecht Schäfer, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London
Reality Check: Recent Developments in British Photography and Video, curated by Kate Bush and Brett Rogers. Touring exhibition organised by The British Council and the Photographers Gallery
non-places, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main
5:1, Fotogalerie, Altefeuerwache Kulturzentrum, Mannheim, Germany

Melancholy, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland
Base Metal, Gallery Fine 2, London
Six International Fototage, Herten, Germany

Tel Aviv Museum, exhibition of work by recipients of the Leon Constantine Photography Award for an Israeli Artist, Tel Aviv, Israel
Don’t Worry, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Arts, London
warningSHOTS!, Royal Armouries, Leeds

Global II Collection, Pearson Education, Edinburgh Gate, Harlow, Essex

Open Studios, Whitechapel Open, London

Home Ideals, curated by FAT, Therbeton Street, London
Para-Site, curated by Kurt Vanbelleghem, Gulden Vlies Galerijen, Brussels

John Kobal Award, National Portrait Gallery, London. Touring to the National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh; Museum of Film and Photography, Bath and Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham
Deep Signal, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh and Gasworks Gallery, London
Lightness & Weight, curated by Not Cut, The Custard Factory, Birmingham
After the Flood, Henry Moore Gallery, Royal College of Art, London

Atrium, Atrium Cork Street Gallery, London
Cabinet Art, Jason & Rhodes Gallery, London
Selected young artists, Bismarck Foundation, Paris

South Bank Photo Show, Royal Festival Hall, London

British Transport Competition, Mall Gallery, London

21 eme Salon International de la Recherche Photographique, Royan Cedex, France
Zone Gallery, Newcastle

South Bank Photo Show, Royal Festival Hall, London

South Bank Photo Show, Royal Festival Hall, London
Cartier Foundation Prize, ICA Gallery, London

Awards and Residencies








Received an award at the Beijing International Art Biennale 2010, BIAB10

Big Bang,
a film commissioned by the V&A for the exhibition Twilight: Photography in the Magic Hour.

Pomegranate, a short film commissioned by Film & Video Umbrella and the Film Council UK as part of the Single Shot project

The Forest, a film commissioned by Film & Video Umbrella

First Prize winner, Onfuri International, Tirana, Albania

Commissioned by the Contemporary Art Society to produce sight specific work for the Nottingham Castle Museum in relation to the exhibition Drawing with Light.

BBC White City Public Art Strategy Photographic Commission

Consultant to the architectural development planning of the South London Gallery

The Leon Constantiner Photography Award for an Israeli Artist, Tel Aviv
Museum of Art, Israel


Hirshhorn Museum and sculpture Garden, Washington DC, USA.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA.
Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, USA.
Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA
Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles, USA
Jewish Museum, New York, USA
Hyde Park Center Collection, University of Chicago, USA
Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington,USA
The Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California, USA
21c Museum, Kentucky USA
Knoxville Museum of Art, Tennessee,USA
Tate Gallery, London, UK
Victoria & Albert Museum, UK
Royal Armouries, Leeds, UK
Imperial War Museum, London, UK
UK Government Art Collection, UK
British Council, UK
Nottingham Castle Museum, Nottingham, UK
Deutsche Bank
Tel Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel



Millar, Jeremy, and Bode, Steven, The Clearing, (London: Film & Video Umbrella, 2005), ISBN 1-90427-021-2

Gersht, Ori, and Ferguson, Tracey, Day by Day, (London: Pocko, May 2002)

Joanna, Lowry, and M., Omer, Afterglow, (London: August Media and Tel Aviv Museum, May 2002), ISBN 1-902854-17-9

Books and Catalogues

GERSHT, Ori, Still and forever, Published by Brand New Gallery, Milan. 2012
2011 ORI GERSHT, Lost in Time, with essays by Julie Joyce, Carol Amstrong, and Michele Robecchi. Published on the occasion of an exhibition at the Santa Barabara Museum of Art, May 20-Sept. 4, 2011.
ISBN 978-0-89951-112-2

When a Painting Moves… Something Must be Rotten!, Selene Wendt and Paco Barragan, Stenersen Museum, Oslo and Charta, Milano, pp41-44, 75

Traveling Light, Simon Schama, Whitechapel Gallery, London.

El Arte del Comer – De La Naturaleza Muerta a Ferran Adria, Sergi Plans, Obra Social de Catalunya Caixa

Lurie, Aya, and Goren, Nili , Depletion - Works from the Doron Sevvag Art Collection (Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2008), ISBN 978-965-7161-67-8

Jones, Mark, V&A - 150 Anniversary , (London: Victoria & Albert Museum, 2007)

Secrist, Carrie , The Last Seduction of Welcome Surrender to Beauty , (Chicago: Carrie Secrist Gallery, 2007)

Anonymous , Moods and Modes in Israel Photography , (Israel: Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2007), p.36-29, ISBN 978-965-7616-57-9

Ana Botella Diez del Corral and Suárez Vera, Rosa, First Architecture Art and Landscape Biennial of the Canaries, (Canarias: Gobierno de Canarias, Ministero de Cultura, 2007), ISBN 978-84-7947-433-1

Goodman, Susan Tumarkin, Dateline: Israel - New Photography and Video Art - The Jewish Museum of New York, (Yale University Press, 19 March 2007), ISBN 978-0-300-11156-9

Jaeger, Anne-Celine, Image Maaakers Image Takers, (London: Thames & Hudson, 2007), p. 210-211, ISBN 13 978-0-500-28662-3, ISBN-10 0-5--28662-0

Wieczorek, Alfried and Schirmböck, Thomas , My Vision - Ideen Für die Welt von Morgen, (Heidelberg: Kehrer, 2007), ISBN 978-3-939583-25-7

Barnes, Martin, and Best, Kate, Twilight - Photography In The Magic Hour, (London: V&A and Merrell Publishers Ltd, 2006)

Katz-Freiman, Tami, Fatamorgana- Illusion and Deception in Contemporary Art, (Israel: Haifa Museum of Art, 2006)

Townsend, Chris, New Art From London, (London: Thames & Hudson, 2006), ISBN-13 978-0-500-28606-7, ISBN-10 0-500-28606-X

Zaya, Octavio, Inside-Out-Contemporary Artists from Israel, (Vigo: Marco Museum, 2006), ISBN 84-934364-6-1

Anonymous, Photo España, 04, (Madrid: La Fabrica, 2004), ISBN 84-9571-97-3

Anonymous, Tales of The City, (Bologna Fiere: British Council, 2004),
ISBN 88-422-1232-6

Cotton, Charlotte, The Photograph as Contemporary Art, (London: Thames & Hudson World of Art, 2004) p.170-171, ISBN 0-500-20380-6

Bush, Kate, and Rogers, Brett, Reality Check, (London: British Council, Cornerhouse Publications, 2003) ISBN 086-355-3047

Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Young Israeli Art: The Jacques And Eugenie O'Hana Collection, (Israel: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2003), ISBN 965-7161-04-5

Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israeli Contemporary Photography- Three Generations, Cat 8, (Israel: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2003)

The Metropole Galleries, Strangers To Ourselves, (Folkestone: The Metropole Galleries, 2003), ISBN 0-9518262-2-0

Van Loenen, Clare, Up Close and Personal, (Nottingham: Nottingham Castle Museum, 2003), ISBN 0-905-634-659

Gercke, Hans, and Heidelberger Kunstverein, Der Berg, (Heidelberg, Heidelberger Kunstverein, 2002), ISBN 3-933257-99-9

Müller, Vanessa Joan, Non-Places, (German: Frankfurter Kunstverein, Lukas & Stenberg, Frankfurt Am Main, 2002) ISBN 978-0-9711193-3-8

Stout, Katharine , Afterglow: Katharine Stout in Conversation With Ori Gersht , (London: August and Israel: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2002), p.137

Omer, Mordechai, Afterglow - Ori Gersht: The Pursuit of the Concealed or Photography as Autobiography , (London: August and Israel: Tel Aviv Museum of Art: 2002), p.145

Millar, Jeremy, The Clearing Ori Gersht: Speak, You Also , (London: Film and Video Umbrella, 2005), p.9 - p.19

Anonymous, Six International Fototage Herten Catalog, Das Bildforum , (German: Herten, 2001)

Barley, Nick , and Ireson, Ally, City Levels, (London: Birkhauser, 2000), p.24, 25, 53, ISBN 3-7643-63150

Dillon, Tamsin, Don't Worry, (London: Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, 2000)

McNeill, Anne, Warning Shots: Contemporary Art Exploring Themes of Conflict and Violence (London: Trustees of the Royal Armouries, 2000),
ISBN 0-948092-44 0

Gielen, Denis , Para-Site-'Passage autorisé', (Brussels: Gulden Vlies Galerijen, 1997)

Anonymous, Lightness & Weight, (London: Not Cut, 1996)

Kilsby, Paul, After the Flood, (London: Andrew Mummery Gallery and Royal College of Art, 1996)

The John Kobal Foundation, John Kobal Award 1996, (London: National Portrait Gallery)


Rubira, Sergio, A Thousand and One Nights, Or More, Sergio Rubira, Exit 43 – By Night, pp 16-32, 146.

Lowry, Vicky, Ori Gersht in Elle Décor, October 2011, pp136-138.

Gersht, Ori– Lost in Time, Santa Barbara Museum of Art – Bulletin, pp 2, 8-9.

Anonymous, "50 British Artist in This Time, Tokyo lto: Ori Gersht", Avant-garde Japanese Art Magazine, vol.2, (2007), p.21

James, Sarah, "What Can We Do with Photography?", Art Monthly, No.312, ( December 2007 to January 2008), p.1-4

Loomes, Amanda , "War & Flowers & the Lessons in Between", Total: Spec , Issue 25, (October 2007)

Dykstra, Jean, ' The Ultimate Present', Art on Paper, vol.12, no.1, (September/October 2007), p 34-35

Dyer, Richard, "Towards the Re-Presentation of History: Ori Gersht in conversation with Richard Dyer", PLUK, No.28, (Jan/Feb 2006), p.28-33,
ISSN 14739933

Gersht, Ori , "Selection of Images: Front Cover", The New Rainbow (A Keshet Ahadasha), 18, (Winter 2006), p.22, 56, 98, 120, 183, 201, ISSN 1565-3692

Gersht, Ori, "Inside and Back Covers", Day Light Magazine, 4, (April, 2006), ISSN 1550-7343

Haworth, Hennie, "Lest We Forget", Cent, Issue 6, (Spring 2006)

Sherwin, Skye, "Blood Harvest: Ori Gersht", Art Review, Issue4, (October 2006), p.126-127, ISSN 0004-4091

Gavin, Miranda, "Distilling The Essence" Hot Shoe, No. 138, ( October/November 2005), p.18-25

Rappolt, Mark, ' Ori Gersht: Being and Nothingness ' Modern Painters, (April 2005), p.90-93

Gersht, Ort, "Rear Window", AA Files , 49, (2003), p.70-75, ISSN: 0261-6823

Kubicki, Kathy, "A Sense Of Place In The Work Of Ori Gersht & Shirin Neshat", Filmwaves Art In Shight , Issue 20, (January 2003), p.5-7

Lowry, Joanna, "Being There", PhotoWorks, 2, ISSN 1-903796-07-5, (January 2003), p.5-7

Wainwright, Jean, "Ori Gersht - Interview with Jean Wainwright", Audio Arts Magazine , Vol. 21, No.2, (2003)

Brittain, David, "The Knowledge Factory", Portfolio, No.35, (June 2002)

Coomer, Martin, "Afterglow", Time Out London, No.1657, (15 MAY 2002)

Nahshon, llan, "Ori Gersht- Interview", Yediot Aharonot Newspaper: Galleria Supplement, (10 May 2002), p.68-72

Tamhane, Swapna, "All Borders Will Dissolve" Flux , Issue 31, (June/July 2002), p.32-33       

Falconer, Morgan, "Ori Gersht: Afterwar, AA Files", Art Review Profile, 42, (July/August 2001), inside cover and p.36-38, ISSN 0261-6832, ISBN 1-902902

Falconer, Morgan, "War Baby", What's On, (30 May 2001)

Gersht, Ori, "White Noise", Muza Art Quarterly, 4, (April 2001), p.64-65, [Hebrew]

Gersht, Ori, "White Noise" Hot Shoe International, (May/June 2000), p.14-19

Tel Aviv Museum of Art "Pitch", Studio Art Magazine , 116 (Israel: August/Sepetember 2000), p.25-33, [Hebrew]

Anonymous, "Afterwars, Bosnia", Portfolio , Issue 30, (Edinburgh, November, 1999), p.46-48

Anonymous, "Afterwars, Bosnia", Zoo , 3, (London: October, 1999), p.310-311

Anonymous, "Afterwars, Bosnia", Everything Magazine , 24, (London: 1999), p.26,27,30

Anonymous, "Special for Studio: Afterwars and Rear Window", Studio Art Magazine , 101, (Tel Aviv: 1999)

Masrerson, Piers, "Afterwars, Bosnia", Creative Camera, Issue 360, (London: October/ November 1999), p.20-27


Alibhai-Brown , "New Brit Art, Programme 3: Ori Gersht", BBC Radio 4 , produce Michael Nagla (2003)


O'Sullivan, Michael, "A Fruitful Take on the Frailty of Human Life", Washington Post , (January 2, 2009), WE22

Wainwright, Jean, "Exhibition Review - Ori Gersht. Time After Time", Art and photography , Volume 1, Issue 1, (July 2008), p.115 - 118

Wainwright, Jean, "Time After Time - Ori Gersht", Next Level , Edition 13,
(May 2008)

Armstrong, Carol, "Ori Gersht: Blow Up / Time After Time - Art and Violence: On Ori Gersht, portfolio , No. 47, (May 2008), p.24-29

Nys Damvrot, Shana, "Ori Gersht: Time Flods", Ar Review , Issue 22, (May 2008), p.138

Guidicini, Francesco, "Art as refuge", Times Online , (11 May 2008)

Gavin, Miranda, 'Ori Gersht: Time After Time', Hotshoe, (December 2007 / January 2008), p. 66-67

Miller, Alicia , "Time After Time: The Shattering of Beauty and Frailty", Source , (Winter 2007), p.68-69

Birke, Judy, "A family diary and the Holocaust inspire haunting Gersht work at Yale CBA,' New Haven Register, (24 November 2007)

Callow, Aaron, "Single Shot", Aesthetica, (1 February 2007)

Cotter Holland, 'Dateline Israel New Photography & Video Art, Jewish Museum: Snap Judgments of Israel, More Than Words Can Say'', The New York Times, (14 April 2007)

Dorof, Jakob, "Ori Grsht's 'uniquely powerful' video installation arrives at British Art Center", Yale Daily News, (4 Dec 2007)

Gersht Ori, ' Exploding Flowers and Other Matters', Exit, Issue 6-28, (November 2007), p 44-49

Hernando, Javier , "La pintura y el tiempo Video killed the painting star ", Comisarios Cultural Supplement of El Mundo -El Cultural, (2007), [Spanish]

Kobasa, Stephen V. , 'Ori Gersht @ YCBA', Big Red and Shiny,
(23 December 2007)

Porcel, Violant, "Loop: cinco anos 'vendiendo' video", LAVANGUARDIA CULTURAS, (23 May 2007)

Bankes, Ariane "Twilight, Victoria & Albert Museum: The Witching Hour", The Spectator Magazine, (21 October 2006), p.60-61

Bogonien, Eithan, "The Forest, Tel Aviv Museum", Globes Newspaper: Culture Supplement, (8 October 2006), p.12, [Hebrew]

Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, "The Clearing Photographers Gallery: Critic's Choice: Top Five Galleries" The Times, (Wales/ West England: 11-17 March 2006), p.37

Evans, Gareth, "Single Shot, Tate Britain", Time Out London , (15-22 November 2006), p.88

Evans, Gareth, "Single Shot, Tate Britain: Experimental as anything", Time Out London, (15-22 November 2006), p.81

Exley Roy , "The Clearing Photographers Gallery: Ori Gersht", Flash Art, No.247, (March/April, 2006), p.113

Glover, Michael, " Single Shot, Tate Britain: Keep it short, keep it sweet", The Times, (08 Nov 2006), p.15

Gillerman, Dana, "The Forest & Liquidation: Tel Aviv Museum & Noga Gallery", Haaretz Newspaper: Galleria Supplement, (15 September 2006), p.3, [Hebrew]

Haggith, Toby, "Ori Gersht - The Clearing", Filmwaves Art In-Sight, issue30, (2006), p.16-18. ISSN I4604051

Kent, Sarah , "The Clearing Photographers Gallery: Review Of The Week: Ori Gersht", Time Out London , (25 January 2006)

Macdonald, Fiona, "Twilight, Victoria & Albert Museum: Magic of the lens at twilight", Metro , (13 October 2006), p.37

Princennthat, Nancy, "The Forest: Ori Gersht at CRG", Art In America, (May 2006), p.184-185

Sumpter, Helen, "Twilight, Victoria & Albert Museum: Lost in the twilight zone", Time Out London, (8-15 November 2006), p.44

Sheffi, Semadar, "Liquidation, Noga Gallery", Haaretz Newspaper: Galleria Supplement, (20 October 2006), [Hebrew]

Simpson, Millie, "The Clearing: Photographers Gallery", The Drawbridge , 3, (Autumn 2006), p.1

Steeds, Lucy, "The Clearing Photographers Gallery: Ori Gersht - The Clearing" Art Review , No.62, (March 2006), p.126

Sumpter, Helen, 'Lost in the Twilight Zone' , Time Out,
(8-15 November 2006), p.44

Timothy, Liu, "Ori Gersht New York", Art Paper, (May/June 2006), p.64-65

Tzuor, Uzi, "Liquidation, Noga Gallery ", Haaretz Newspaper, (29 September 2006), p.3, [Hebrew]

Anonymous , "Julianne's Birthday Present", US Weekly, (December 2005)

Anonymous, "Memoire d'holocauste", , (14 December 2005)

Anderson, Hephzibah, "Critic's Choice Top Five Exhibitions", Evening Standard, (8 December 2005)

Graham-Dixon, Andrew, "New Masters: Andrew Graham-Dixon examines Tom Hunter and Ori Gersht's modern photographic interpretations of Renaissance and Baroque paintings", Telegraph, (11 December 2005)

Searle, Adrian "Secrets of the forest", The Gaurdian, (20 December 05), p.18-22

Arrari, Ido, "Blaze, Noga Gallery", Marriv Newpaper: Culture Supplement, (24 September 2004), [Hebrew]

Ebony, David, "Ghost, CRG Gallery: Edgy Armory Show In The Spotlight", Art In America , Vol.92, No.5, (May 2004), Front Page, p.47-48

Gilerman, Dana, "Blaze: Noga Gallery", Haaretz Newspaper: Galleria Supplement, (20 September 2004), p. D4, [Hebrew]

Gould, Simon, "The Austrian Cultural Forum", Contemporary Magazine , No. 70, (London: 2004), p.66-67

Green, Tyler, 'LA Galleries Roundup, Part Two: Ori Gersht at Angles Gallery, Modern Art Notes", Tyler Green's Modern and Contemporary Art Blog,
(4 June 2004)

Morland, Caherine, "Ori Gersht @ Andrew Mummery Gallery: Blaze", KultureFlash, No.69, (8 November 2004), p.76

Meri, Rivka, "Blaze, Noga Gallery", Time Out Tel Aviv, (9 th -14 th September 2004), p.89, [Hebrew]

Myers, Holly, "Sense of Mysticism and Sense of Balance, Weathered but living ghost: Angles Gallery", Los Angeles Times, (18 June 2004)

Ruti Director, "Blaze, Noga Gallery", Hair Magazine, (9 September 2004), p.70, [Hebrew]

Soutter, Lucy , "Trees and Culture", Source Magazine, 41, (Blaze, AMG Gallery: winter 2004), p.46-47

Sumpter, Helen , "Ori Gersht: Blaze, Andrew Mummery", Time Out London, (11-17 October 2004)

Siman, Nomi, "Blaze, Noga Gallery", Haaretz Newspaper, Galleria Supplement , (24 September 2004), p. D3, [Hebrew]

Douglas, Sarah, "Ori Gersht", The Art Newspaper, No.132, (January 2003)

Sholis, Brian, "Ori Gersht: CRG Gallery", Flash Art International, No.229, (March/April 2003), p.110-111

Anonymous, "Quotidien de la FIAC", No.5, Les Journal des Art, (24-28 October 2002), [French]

Güner, Fisun , "What Lies Beneath?", Metro (23 May 2002)

Coomer, Martin, "The Knowledge: My Name Is... Ori Gersht", Time Out London, (15-22 May 2002)

Dykstra, Jean , "Afterglow: Ori Gersht", Art on Paper , Vol. 7, No. 1, (2002), p.110

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