Lea Dolinsky

Born in Argentina, living Israel since 1963.
1963 Studies of Architecture – Technion, Haifa, Israel.
1967-1984 Worked as Architect in Israel.
Studies of Art and Ceramic Sculpture under Hedwig Grossman,
Immre Shrammel and Enrique Mestre.

Statement
My personal work pointed people, behavior, duality, conflicts,
politics, influenced by the esthetics of the Architecture.
The last years I have been involved with environmental projects.

1984-2011 75 Collectives Exhibitions in Israel, USA, Europe, Japan
1985-2012 Biennial of Art Kibutz Farod – awarded - Israel
Biennial of Art Picasso Museum Vallauris France
Biennial of Aveiro Portugal.
Mino Festival of Ceramic Art Japan
100 years of Modernism Sitges Spain
Biennial of Art Cianciano, awarded
Izmir Biennial of Art
1985-2011 15 Individual Exhibitions in Israel.
1985-2011 Murals, Relieves and Sculptures in Privet Collections
Environmental Sculptures for Public Gardens and Public Buildings in Israel, Europe, EEUU, Japan.

Bibliographie
Female Jewish Artists in the world (3), by H. Brenner
Diary, La Nacion Art magazine, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dairy in Ceramic Art and Perception magazine 75/2009.
Tango and Diary in Art in Migration magazine, Viena 2009.
Paper Soldier, Art in Migration, Viena 2010
Artists Series, L. Dolinsky, video film by D. Polak, Israel 2009.
Artists Dictionary USA
Masks Fountain, 500 x Art in Public 2012 Stuttgart, Germany.