Nogah Engler bio
Nogah Engler
Black Boat, 2009
Oil on canvas
103 x 127 cm


Born 1970
Lives and works in London

MA Fine Art, Chelsea School of Art, London
Studies of Art and Art Education, Hamidrasha-Kalmania College of Art, Kfar Saba, Israel
History of Art and Philosophy, Tel Aviv University, Israel


Tracing Echoes, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Nogah Engler: Endless Night and Day, Ritter/Zamet, London
New Works on Paper, Ritter/Zamet, London


Wondrous Worlds – Five Woman Painters, Tel Aviv Museum of Art – Helena Rubinstein Pavilion (cat.)
Paperview, John Jones, London
Obsession: Contemporary Art from the Lodeveans Collection, Burton Gallery, University of Leeds, Leeds

Beijing Biennial
The Aerials of Sublime Transscapes, Lokaal 01_Breda, Antwerpen
From Dusk Till Dawn, The Arts Gallery, University of the Arts London
Nowhere is Here: Axel Antus, Nogah Engler, Franziska Furter, Damien Raoch, Reece Jones, Aspex, Portsmouth, The Drawing Room, London, Fruehsorge contemporary drawings, Berlin (cat.)

Drawing 2007: Biennial Fundraiser, The Drawing Room, London
Wood for the Trees and Falling Leaves (group show), Gimpel Fils, London

Ill Castellón Painting Prize, Museo de Bellas Artes de Castellón, Spain (touring)   
The Enchanted Forest: Nogah Engler & Orit Hofshi, Israel Museum, Jerusalem (cat.)
Territory, The Arts Gallery, University of the Arts London

Young Masters, 148a St. John Street (Art Fortnight London)

Chelsea – MA Fine Art Degree Show, 2004

Julie M. Saul Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

The Colour of Water, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv Israel
Julie M Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Can Art Be Moving? The Pyramid Gallery, Haifa, Israel
Art Gallery of Ramat Eliaoo, Rishon Lezion, Israel       
Beit Riback, Petah Tikva Israel                   


Israeli Art Now, edited by Iris Rywkind Ben-Zour and Revital Alcalay, Modan Publishing House Ltd., pp. 34-35, ISBN 978-965-7141-13-7
5 Artists – Wondrous Worlds, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, pp. 16-24

Nowhere is Here, edited by Kate Macfarlane, ISBN 978-0-9558299-0-1
The Disenchanted Forest: Nogah Engler and Orit Hofshi, edited by Timna Seligman, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem


Paul Carey-Kent, New Work: Nogah Engler (interview), Art World, October-November 2008, p. 64-66
Chris Fite-Wassilak, Nowhere is Here, The Drawing Room (review) Artforum Online Critic’s Picks, July 2008
Barry Schwabsky, Nogah Engler, ArtForum, February 2008, XLVI, No. 6. p. 301
Paul Carey-Kent, Nogah Engler, Art World, Dec 07 – Jan 08, p. 132-3
JJ Charlesworth, Nogah Engler: Endless Night and Day, Art Review, issue 17, Dec 2007, p. 129
Sarah Andress, Nogah Engler, Time Out, October 1-23, 2007. No. 1939, p. 49
Sofie Van Loo, Nogah Engler: Trans-Scapes of Langs-Schappen: Kosmiche Abstractie in Figuratieve en Abstracte Kunste, THRU, February 2007
Timna Seligman, The Disenchanted Forest: Nogah Engler and Orit Hofshi, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Gallerists’ Choices: Nogah Engler, Spike Art Quarterly 03, Spring 2005, p.82
Art Review supplement, London’s top 25 New Artists, July-August 2004, pp. 16-17
Sarah Vine, Fancy Becoming The Next Saatchi?, The Times, T2, 20 July, 2004 pp. 4-5