Leah Abir is a Tel Aviv-based curator and writer in the field of contemporary art. Currently the curator of the Raw Art Gallery, 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 an independent curator and the head of theory studies at the Postgraduate Fine Art Program, Hamidrasha College of Art. He is the founding co-editor of Harbor, an online art publication by The Haifa Museum of Art, and a member of the honor committee of Artribune Israel. Lubin has curated group and solo exhibitions in various art spaces around the world, such as The Schreiber University Art Gallery in Tel Aviv, apexart in New York, Art Cube gallery in Jerusalem, Chelouche Gallery in Tel Aviv and ON-OFF Art Projects in Hamburg. A PhD candidate at the School of Philosophy and The Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas at the Tel Aviv University, his essays appeared in magazines, catalogs, and academic journals, including The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, Et Lacan, Mitaam, and NY Arts Magazine.