Rona Stern


Rona Stern is a visual artist, born in 1984 in Tel Aviv, Israel. She lives and works in Berlin Germany.

Big Dreams Bigger Disappointments

Image view from A&O Kunsthalle, 2019, Leipzig, Germany.


image view from Hezi Cohen Gallery, 2015, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Space Is A Place

Site-specific installation for Night Light 6 Festival, 2020, Tel Aviv, Israel.

#Local #Authentic

Image from Artim Gallery, part of the exhibition The show must go on, 2017, Baku, Azerbaijan.

MDF, wallpaper, neon light, ceramic pots, 250x255x30 cm.

Heart of Glass

image from the 7th Biennale for Drawing, 2019, The Artist House Jerusalem

Glass blocks and led light, 160x160x10 cm

Home is where the sun is

Image view from A&O Kunsthalle, 2019, Leipzig, Germany.

Venetian blinds, lamp, wallpaper, wood, plant,, 120x120x20 cm



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Her name was Lola

image view from ZIZ Gallery, 2013, Tel Aviv, Israel.

mixed media, 150x110x21 cm.

Paradise lost

Image view from ZIZ Gallery, 2013, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Mixed media, 60x90x17 cm,


image view from Hayarkon 19 gallery, 2014, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Mixed media, 13x65x46 cm.


Rona Stern (b.1984) traces the imagery of the everyday, the decorative, the historic, and the commercially abundant, all of which become ubiquitous in their reproduction in public space. Applying the syntax of marketing and commercial language within a formal sculptural practice, she reconfigures these images, disassembling the realm of the spectacular consumed by the masses, and reinventing the monumental.

Stern is currently undertaking postgraduate studies (Meisterschüler) at HGB, Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig, DE, supported by a 2-year DAAD German academic exchange service scholarship. She holds a B.Ed. FA from Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl (2011) where she graduated with honors. Stern has been invited to participate in international artist-in-residence programs including, Tobacna 001 culture center in Ljubljana, SL (2018); Meet Factory, Prague, CZ (2017); Yarat contemporary art space, Baku, AZ (2017); and Artist Unlimited, Bielefeld, DE (2017).

Recent solo exhibitions include Those who cannot remember the past are destined to repeat it, Tobacna 001 culture center SL (2018); From north to south we come from east and west, Artist Unlimited Gallery, Bielefeld, DE (2017), Keep Calm at Klubovna Gallery, Brno, CZ (2017), In the Middle of the East at Büro für kulturelle Übersetzungen Gallery, Leipzig, DE (2016), Oasis at Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv, IL (2015). Select group exhibitions include: Action-Line: The 7th Biennale for Drawing, Jerusalem Artists’ House, IL (2019) and Künstlerhaus Sootbörn, Hamburg, DE (2018).