Amit Berlowitz’s photographs and films merge reality and fiction to create an imaginative realm that suggests a dreamlike quality. This mystification serves as a background on which seemingly benign or prosaic situations play out in a minimalistic visual language. Berlowitz holds a BFA from the Tel Aviv University and a MFA from Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris. Her solo exhibitions include Métonomie(s), Gallery Mor-Charpentier, Paris (2011); In Between Everything that Is, Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv (2009); Rouge, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel-Aviv (2003). Group exhibitions include Le Chroniques Purple, Vacant, Tokyo (2014); Private/Corporate VII, Daimler Art Collection, Berlin (2012); Fullframe Film Festival, Awakening series, Vienna (2012); A Line Made by Walking, Haifa Museum (2011). She has been awarded the Israeli Ministry of Culture Prize for Encouragement of Creativity (2011). as well as project development grants from the Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation (2011, 2012). Her work has been published in numerous international magazines including The Purple Journal, Correspondencia, Les Chronique Purple, Code Magazine, Picnic and Artforum.