Anat Litwin

Anat Litwin is an artist, curator and researcher, founding director of the HomeBase Project (2006-Current, NYC / Berlin / Jerusalem / Saitama). Anat graduated from the Bezalel Art Academy of Fine Art and Design, in the department of Fine Arts (2001) and holds an M.F.A from Hunter College, NYC, in the department of Fine Arts (2005). She is the recipient of the 2013 Andy Warhol Fellowship for Curatorial Research, with an International study titled “Roundtable Residency Research,” focusing on the topic of Future Urban Residency Models which function as a catalyst for social and urban change.

Her artwork in the medium of paper cut outs and installation has been exhibited in galleries and alternative spaces in New York, Berlin, Tokyo, and Italy, while her social-based artistic hosting initiatives centered around the HomeBase Project have been featured in cultural platforms such as Volta art fair (Basel 2011/NY 2011), Res Artis (Tokyo, 2012), Microresidency Forum (2012/2014/2015) and recently at the Um El Fahem Museum conference on Art Residencies as a Catalyst for Social Change. HomeBase Project has received recognition in the New York Times, Metropolis, ArtForum, and NY Mag among other publications.

Anat is currently a PhD candidate in the department of Urban and Regional Planning at the Technion Institute, where she aims to research the role of Artistic Hosting in appropriating the meaning of “urban.”

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