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Alice Mizrachi is a New York based interdisciplinary artist and educator working in the mediums of painting, murals and installation. Her work explores the interconnectedness of individuals and community through the dual lens of compassion and empathy. Through figurative work that reinforces both personal and community-oriented identity, Alice aims to inspire creative expression and a sense of shared humanity through art.

Alice has worked as an arts educator for nearly twenty years for a variety of organizations including BRIC Arts, The Laundromat Project and The Studio Museum in Harlem. As an advocate in the field of socially engaged art, Alice has been recognized and selected to develop arts education curriculum for organizations such as HI-ARTS (Harlem, NY), Dr. Richard La Izquierdo School and Miami Light Project. She has also been a panelist discussing community-engaged art for events at Brown University and The Devos Institute of Arts Management.

As a painter, Alice maintains both a studio practice and an extensive body of work as a muralist. Her work have been featured in exhibitions at the Museum of the City of New York, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the United Nations and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Washington DC. She has been commissioned as a mural artist for projects in Amsterdam, Berlin, Tel Aviv, and across the United States by organizations including: Wall Therapy (Rochester, NY); La Mama and Fourth Arts Block (NYC); Baldwin Civic Association (Baldwin, NY); and, Chashama (Harlem, NY), among others.

Alice’s mural and installation work has been constructed in galleries and as a part of site-specific arts education and community development projects. Her work often engages local communities and reflects positive visual responses to social issues affecting neighborhood residents. Her process activates a shared space of love, hope, optimism and healing as a means to connect with participants. Frequent topics include the sacred feminine, identity and migration.

Alice and her art have been featured in a variety of publications including the book, Outdoor Gallery: New York City, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, The Daily News, Time Out NY and The Architectural Digest. She has a BFA from Parsons School of Design and was a guest instructor at the School of Visual Arts in 2015. Alice was also the co-founder of Younity, an international women’s art collective active from 2006-2012. She has received grants from The Puffin Foundation and The Ford Foundation. Her recent projects include an artist in residency at Honeycomb Arts in Buenos Aires, curating a Latina art exhibit at Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana and a mural residency with The University Of Northern Colorado.

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My work explores the interconnectedness of individuals and community through the dual lens of compassion and empathy. Through figurative and decorative works, I reinforce both personal and community-oriented identity, I aim to inspire creative expression and a sense of shared humanity. My public art works often engage local communities and reflect positive visual responses to social issues affecting neighborhood residents. My process activates a space of love, hope, optimism and healing as a means to connect with people. Frequent topics include the sacred feminine, identity and migration. I strive to make art an inclusive experience. Art is universal in its inherent ability to connect people from everywhere.

ARTIST BIO

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Alice Mizrachi is a New York based interdisciplinary artist and educator working in the mediums of painting, murals and installation. Her work explores the interconnectedness of individuals and community through the dual lens of compassion and empathy. Through figurative work that reinforces both personal and community-oriented identity, Alice aims to inspire creative expression and a sense of shared humanity through art.

Alice has worked as an arts educator for nearly twenty years for a variety of organizations including BRIC Arts, The Laundromat Project and The Studio Museum in Harlem. As an advocate in the field of socially engaged art, Alice has been recognized and selected to develop arts education curriculum for organizations such as HI-ARTS (Harlem, NY), Dr. Richard La Izquierdo School and Miami Light Project. She has also been a panelist discussing community-engaged art for events at Brown University and The Devos Institute of Arts Management.

As a painter, Alice maintains both a studio practice and an extensive body of work as a muralist. Her work have been featured in exhibitions at the Museum of the City of New York, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the United Nations and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Washington DC. She has been commissioned as a mural artist for projects in Amsterdam, Berlin, Tel Aviv, and across the United States by organizations including: Wall Therapy (Rochester, NY); La Mama and Fourth Arts Block (NYC); Baldwin Civic Association (Baldwin, NY); and, Chashama (Harlem, NY), among others.

Alice’s mural and installation work has been constructed in galleries and as a part of site-specific arts education and community development projects. Her work often engages local communities and reflects positive visual responses to social issues affecting neighborhood residents. Her process activates a shared space of love, hope, optimism and healing as a means to connect with participants. Frequent topics include the sacred feminine, identity and migration.

Alice and her art have been featured in a variety of publications including the book, Outdoor Gallery: New York City, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, The Daily News, Time Out NY and The Architectural Digest. She has a BFA from Parsons School of Design and was a guest instructor at the School of Visual Arts in 2015. Alice was also the co-founder of Younity, an international women’s art collective active from 2006-2012. She has received grants from The Puffin Foundation and The Ford Foundation. Her recent projects include an artist in residency at Honeycomb Arts in Buenos Aires, curating a Latina art exhibit at Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana and a mural residency with The University Of Northern Colorado.

ARTIST STATEMENT

My work explores the interconnectedness of individuals and community through the dual lens of compassion and empathy. Through figurative and decorative works, I reinforce both personal and community-oriented identity, I aim to inspire creative expression and a sense of shared humanity. My public art works often engage local communities and reflect positive visual responses to social issues affecting neighborhood residents. My process activates a space of love, hope, optimism and healing as a means to connect with people. Frequent topics include the sacred feminine, identity and migration. I strive to make art an inclusive experience. Art is universal in its inherent ability to connect people from everywhere.