Date: December 11, 2012
Location: Clinton Hill
Shuli Sadé specializes in working among the interstices of art categories. Her work includes photography, video installation and new media. Shuli is a recipient of the NEA Visual Arts Fellowship, and the NYFA/LMCC Art Fund for video and sculpture. She has taught at Barnard, Columbia University School of Architecture, U Penn School of Architecture, Parsons, SUNY Old Westbury Art Department, and Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. Shuli has a BFA from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Israel, and did postgraduate work at SVA. Her work is in the collection of Mead Museum Amherst, The Israel Museum and the Haifa Museum and in numerous public and private collections including Pfizer Corporate Art Collection and others. She is represented by Cynthia-Reeves Projects.