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Pavel Wolberg (born 1966 in Leningrad) is a photographic artist and a former photojournalist living in Tel Aviv. Major solo museum exhibitions include: Gemak Museum Hag; Tel Aviv Museum of Art; The George Eastman Musuem Photography and Film, Rochester; Ashdod Art Museum; and Herzliya Museum of Art.

Wolberg has participated in numerous group exhibitions, some highlights include: The 52nd Venice Biennale; The Martin-Gropius-Bau, KIM-Kunst Im Tunnel, Düsseldorf; La collection Antoine de Galbert; La Maison Rouge; Paris; Jewish Museum, Amsterdam; Passage de Retz, Paris; Krefeld Museum; Exit Art, New York; and Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

Wolberg’s work is represented in prominent public and private collections:, Tel Aviv Museum of Art; Foundation Carmignac, Fond National d’Art Contemporain, France; The George Eastman Musuem Photography and Film, Rochester; The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; The Jewish Museum, NYC; La Maison Rouge Foundation A. de Galbert, Paris.

Wolberg received the Leon Constantiner Prize for Israeli Photography in 2005, and the Sony World Photography Award in 2011. In 2017 Wolberg was shortlisted for the seventh cycle of the the global Prix Pictet award that is now touring internationally. 

Monthly online exhibitions will feature recent or previously unseen works by Meislin Projects artists 

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