Curriculum Vita – Guy Raivitz


Art Teaching Certificate, Oranim College of Education, Oranim Israel             2015 – 2017

Master of Fine Arts, Documentary Media program                                                 2010 – 2012

Ryerson University, Toronto, ON Canada.  Awarded with Distinction.

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Photography                                                           1991 – 1995

Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel


Career History

Photography Teacher. Misgav High school photography department            2014 – present                                                                                        Misgav, Israel

Photography Instructor.  Koffler center of the Arts, Toronto ON                     2010 – 2013                                                                                      

Photography Instructor. Camera Obscura Art College, Tel Aviv Israel.         2008 – 2009

Photojournalist. Haaretz Newspaper,Staff photographer.                                  2000 – 2009
Local and international magazines.

Project coordinator / Photographer UNICEF Angola mine awareness project.
Coordination of mine awareness activities in Southern Angola.                               1998 – 1999
Photographing and documenting UNICEF operations and activities.

Staff Photographer.                                                                                                  1997 – 1998
IRDNC - Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (NGO), Cunene region Namibia.
Documenting rural communities and indigenous people,
wild life photography for monitoring and research proposes.


Published Books:

Backyard. 32 colour photographs by Guy Raivitz and a short story written by Shimon Adaf.
Biro Éditeur, France. ISBN 978-2-35119-058-6.                                                                 2009

Limbus – Locality – Photography. Selection of contemporary Israeli photography.
HaKibbutz Ha’Meuchad, Israel                                                                                               2009



Fragments. (solo) Bar-David Museum of Art and Judaica. Kibbutz Bar-am                    2019

Pyramid Platform. (group) Pyramid contemporary Art Center. Haifa                              2018   

A View of the Kibbutz. Bar-David Museum of Art and Judaica. Kibbutz Bar-am          2016

Citric Acid (solo). The Gallery at Tivon Memorial center                                                       2015

Sal – Shvarim (group), Cabri art gallery                                                                                   2014

Trust Your Eyes (solo) The Gallery at the School of the Image Arts                                  2012

Traces – pictures form the Holy-land project in collaboration with the
department of Anthropology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.  On going               2009

State of Mind (Solo). Miles Nadal, JCC Toronto, Canada                                                     2011

Jerusalem Perspective (Group), Pikto Gallery, Toronto, Canada                                    2010

Back Yard (Solo), Gad Edry Gallery, Paris, France                                                                2009

The Kibbutz Dining Room (Group) Kibbutz Yifaat Gallery – Israel                               2009

State of Mind (solo), Tel Aviv Artist House, Tel Aviv, Israel                                               2008

Out There (Group), Hereford Photo Festival, Hereford, UK                                               2008

Hebron (Group), Minshar Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel                                                               2008

Few Moments (Solo), Tel Aviv Cinematheque, Tel Aviv, Israel                                         2007

Back Yard (Solo), Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, Israel                                            2006



Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts – book completion grant                           2008

Ryerson Graduate Award (2 years)                                                                                 2010 – 2011

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