Itamar Gov

Itamar Gov (*1989) is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice consists of sculptural and spatial installations, as well as graphic and video works. Addressing the intricate relations between history, ideology and aesthetics, his projects explore various forms of personal, collective and institutional memory. Since 2010 he has been living in Berlin, Paris and Bologna, where he studied cinema, history and literature. 


Gov was a member of the curatorial teams of documenta 14 (Kassel and Athens), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin) and Fondazione Adolfo Pini (Milan), and awarded residency grants at the Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris) and the Nordic Artists’ Centre (Dale), among others. He has had solo exhibitions at Zilberman | Berlin and Kunsthalle Mannheim. Recently, Itamar Gov won the Special Prize UTOPIA in Rome. His work is included in a group exhibition featuring the winners at Mattatoio. Upcoming residencies include Casa Baldi, Olevano Romano and Kulturakademie Tarabya.


> CV
  - Pondering Provenance
  - Now on Display
  - Landscape of Memories
  - Instances of Erasure
  - Transit
  - Chemistry and Physics in the Household
  - That Pause of Space
  - By Proxy