Israeli-born visual artist Keren Anavy, currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Anavy works in various mediums and paintings techniques, mostly creats site-specific installations. In her works she explores the dynamic relationship between nature, culture and site.
Anavy is a former Artist-in-residency at New York Art Residency and Studios- NARS Foundation. Among her nine sole exhibitions she presented at Haifa Museum of Art, and Janco-Dada Museum, Ein Hod, Israel.
Her work has been shown at Pratt Institute The Rubelle and Norman Schfler Gallery, Flux Factory Gallery and NARS Foundation Gallery, New York, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Ertz Israel Museum, Mane'-Katz Museum, Haifa, Ashdod Art Museum, Jaffa Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, and galleries in Israel and abroad, including the 2nd International Biennale of Painting and Sculptors, at the Cultural Institution Split, Croatia.
Anavy received her MFA from Haifa University, and a BA in Art History from Tel Aviv University, Israel. She graduated and received a Teaching Certificate from HaMidrasha- Beit Berl College of Art, Israel.
Anavy is also an educator and a writer. She is a lecturer at Sapir College, Israel, and writes about art and culture in greater New York at 'Basis for art and culture Magazine' (Hebrew).