Leah Abir is a Tel Aviv-based curator and writer in the field of contemporary art. Currently she is the curator of RawArt Gallery in Tel Aviv. Abir was formerly Curator of The Haifa Museum of Art (2014), Artistic Consultant for The Artists' Studios in Jerusalem (2012-2014), a Curatorial Fellow at Creative Time, NYC (2011), and Head of Programming at MoBY, Museums of Bat Yam (2007-2010). As an independent curator, Abir has curated solo and group shows at various galleries, museums and alternative spaces worldwide .She attended postgraduate studies in Art History and Museology, and teaches history and theory of art and curating in various academic programs. Abir has written extensively on contemporary art for various international publications and exhibition catalogs.
Avi Lubin is a curator and writer in the field of contemporary art. Currently he is curator of HaMidrasha Gallery – Hayarkon 19 and head of theoretical studies of the Postgraduate Program of Fine Art at the Faculty of Arts – Hamidrasha, Beit Berl College. Lubin was recently named as the curator of Aya Ben Ron's exhibition for the Israeli Pavilion in the 58th Venice Biennale. He has curated many solo and group exhibitions in public and private galleries, museums and alternative spaces in Israel and around the world, including “Art School,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art (Helena Rubinstein Pavilion); “The Hidden Passengers,” Apexart, New York; “Dark Times,” The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv University; “Fog,” The National Gallery of Kosovo; “Circular Movements,” Kunstverein Kunsthaus, Potsdam; “Vestige,” Art Cube Gallery, Artists’ Studios, Jerusalem; and Mixed Chromosome, MOM Artspace, Hamburg. His articles have been published in academic journals, magazines, monographs and catalogs.