Shir Yeffet was born in Tel Aviv, Israel. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Art Practice from the Faculty of Arts – Hamidrasha at Beit Berl College, Israel (2013). Her art focuses on the integration of nature into city life. Shir works primarily in the darkroom, creating Photograms. Additionally, she creates sculptures and works on paper. Her work has been the subject of numerous group exhibitions in Tel Aviv as well as a solo exhibition at Hanut Gallery (2017). Also, Shir practices as an art educator and is currently pursuing her MA in the Faculty of Arts at Tel Aviv University.


B. 1988, Israel

Lives & works in Tel Aviv, Israel, and San Francisco Bay Area. 

Masters Candidate
Interdisciplinary Arts Program, Tel Aviv University2017-Present
The Faculty of Arts: HaMidrasha, Beit Berl College2009 - 2013
Grants & Awards
Grant for a solo exhibition in Hanut Gallery

by the Israeli Lottery Council for Culture and Arts and the Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts

Honors certificate for academic achievements in the field of Art

by The Faculty of Arts: HaMidrasha, Beit Berl College

The Israeli Ministry of Education Excellence Program Scholarship

by The Israeli Ministry of Education

One and Two Person Shows
"Had Pa'ami"
Hanut Gallery, Tel Aviv2017

Curator: Alina Deckel

A-La-Rampa, Tel Aviv2016

A collaboration with Hadar Reuven


Group Exhibitions & Festivals
Arad Contemporary Art Center, Arad2019

Curator: Gili Zaidman

"Sub space"
International Photography Festival, Jaffa2016

Curator: Sara Leviashvili

Re-Feel Magazine: Calendars
Hanut Gallery, Tel Aviv2015

Curator: Shiri Tarko

Re-Feel Magazine: Notebooks
STA Gallery, Tel Aviv2014

Curator: Shiri Tarko

"Plaster 2"
Salon Jaffa, Jaffa2014

Curators: Karmit Galili & Vardit Gross

"Video Theatre"
Mobi Bat Yam Museum, Israel2013

By Lior Waterman

Artist Residencies
"Arad Art and Architecture", Arad, Israel​2019
Burren College of Art Artist Residency, Ireland2016
"Signal Fire" Wide Open Studios. Oregon, USA2015