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Dina Recanati, Egyptian artist. Recipient Knickerbocker award, National Arts Club, 1961, Louise Waterman Wise award, American Jewish Congress, 1976, King Solomon award, American-Israel Cultural Foundation, 1977.


Recanati, Dina was born on January 15, 1928 in Cairo.


Student with Jose de Creft, Art Students League, New York City, 1959—1962.


  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include Julie M Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel, 1981-1984, Jewish Museum Sculpture Garden, New York, 1981-1984, Am-Israel Cultural Foundation, 1984, Hebrew College, Boston, 1985, Julie M. Basel Art Fair, 1986, Brooklyn Museum, 1988, Museum Contemporary Art, Ramat Gan, Israel, 1989, Barbican Art Gallery, London, 1990, Berlin Shafir Gallery, New York, 1990, Tel Aviv Museum Art, 2001, 2004, Buffalo Arts Studio, 2004, principal works include Israel Museum Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Museum, Ben Gurion Airport, Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv University, Jewish Museum, New York, Herzliya Museum, Continental Grain Collection, New York, Israel Embassy, Washington, Hudson Valley, New York, New York University, Artomi Fields Sculpture Park, Hudson Valley, New York, Represented in permanent collections Ministry of Transportation, Israel, American-Israel Cultural Foundation, New York, Israel Chancellery, Washington, President's Garden Collection, Jerusalem, Beit Ariella Public Library., Tel Aviv, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel. Author: Dina Recanati, From the Artists' Notebook, 2001.

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