Yefim Ladizhinsky

Yefim Ladhizhinsky was born in 1911 in Odessa. He moved to Moscow in 1939. In 1931 he began work as a set designer in the theatres of Stalingrad, Tashkent and Moscow. He began his artistic career in 1969 and in 1978 moved to Israel. He died in 1982

 

Solo Exhibitions

1979 Museum of Israel, Jerusalem

1982 Miskan Le’omanuiot, Kibbutz Ein- Harod, Israel

1985 The Artists House, Jerusalem

1988 “Ladizhinsky Case”, Vera Gootckina Gallery, Jerusalem

1992 “Yefim Ladizhinksy, A Retrospective Exhibition”, Concourse Gallery, London, UK

1993 Shelomit Gallery, Tel Aviv

1995 “Ladizhinksy contemplating”, Ben David Museum, Kibbutz Bar’am, Israel

1996 “Yefim Ladizhinksy”, Mane Katz Museum, Haifa, Israel

Gregory Gallery, New York, USA

1999 Gregory Gallery, New York, USA

2007 Central Artist’s House, Moscow, Russia

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

1980 University of Haifa Art Gallery, Haifa, Israel

The Nahum Goldman Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, Tel Aviv

1996 “Illustration for Jewish Tales”, Mane Katz Museum, Haifa, Israel

2001 Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum Rutgers, New Jersey, USA

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

2005 Eboli Galeria de Arte, Madrid

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

 

Bibliography

Yefim Ladizhinksy-Awesome”, Aya Gurevitch, Jerusalem Voice, 1985, Jerusalem

Yefim Ladizhinsky”, Victoria Ladizhinskaya, 1985, Jerusalem

At Second Glance- Ladizhinksy Case”, Doron Rosenblum, Koteret Rashit, 1986, Tel Aviv

An Immigrant on the Cross”, Tali Tamir, Kol Ha’ir, 1988, Jerusalem

A few more words about Ladizhinksy”, Eduard Kopetaikin, Vreimia, 1992, Tel Aviv

No Artist in thou town”, Aliza Ziv, Kol Israel, 1993, Tel Aviv

It’s not a secret that he was miserable here”, Emanuel Bar-Kedma, 7 Days, Yediot Achronot, 1993, Tel Aviv

The flame guardian”, Michael Hefetz, Viesty, 1994, Tel Aviv

To see a story”, Iley Reiner, cover of the group exhibition at the Mane Katz Museum, 1994, Haifa, Israel

The Lost Magic- the paintings of Yefim Ladizhinksy preserve flavours of a lost past”, Koteret, 1996, Haifa, Israel

Back to Romance”, Angela Levin, Jerusalem Post, 1996, Jerusalem

Quest for colour in dreary life”, Bella Gargushin, Novoye Russkoye Slovo, 1999, New York

Naïve art in Israel”, Angela Levin, Ariel, no. 110, 1999, Jerusalem

Yefim Ladizhinksy”, Leonid Pintoushevsky, Pourttarts, 1999, New York

From Gulag to Glasnost-Nonconformist art from the Soviet Union”, The Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 1999, New Jersey, USA

 

Selected Public Collections

Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum Rutgers, New Jersey, USA