Natan Heber

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 Natan Heber was born in 1902 in Zloczow, Poland. In 1925 he joined the Zionist religious movement “Mizrachi.” He moved to Haifa, Palestine in 1936 and opened a poultry shop in Mount Carmel. He began his artistic career in 1963 and was posthumously admitted to the Israel Association of Painters and Sculptors. He died in 1975.

Solo Exhibitions

1969 Goldman Gallery, Haifa, Israel

1970 Riebenfeld Gallery, Jaffa, Israel

“Naïve Art”, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv

1972 Goldman Gallery, Haifa, Israel

1973 Debel Gallery, Ein Kerem, Jerusalem

1974 Debel Gallery, Ein Kerem, Jerusalem

1975 Debel Gallery, Ein Kerem, Jerusalem

 

Group Exhibitions

1975 Municipality of Haifa “Israeli Naives”, Alliance Gallery, Copenhagen

1976 “Israeli Naives”, Friebe Gallery, Cologne

2003 “The Naïve World”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

2012 “Naïve Art of Israel”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

 

 

Public Collections

Haifa Municipal Museum, Israel

Clemens-Sels Museum, Neuss, Germany

 

Bibliography

Les Naifs”, Gilles Neret, 1986, Paris