Hillel Roman is an artist and a senior lecturer at the Midrasha, The Faculty of Arts at Beit Berel College.
Roman graduated with a bachelor’s degree with honors in literature from Tel Aviv University and has an MFA in visual arts from Goldsmiths College London. In his works, Roman deals with various aspects of the relationship between the political and the visual order, and focuses his work on large-scale charcoal drawings and participatory public installations.
His works are in major collections, including the Israel Museum, Tel Aviv Museum, Petah Tikva Museum, Haaretz collection, Discount Bank and more. Roman received many prizes and scholarships, including the Encouragement of Creativity Award, the Young Artist Award, Mifal Hapais Grant, a residency at the CITE INTERNATIONAL DES ART Paris, the Rabinowitz Foundation, ASSYLUM arts and more.
Roman exhibited in many exhibitions in Israel and abroad, in major galleries and museums, including Tel Aviv Museum, Herzliya Museum, Haifa Museum, Petah Tikva Museum, Bat Yam Museum, Dvir Gallery, Sommer Gallery, Hazi-Cohen and more.Read more
2009, A fully functional hand-built astronomical observatory and 8” Newtonian telescope
2018, audio installation