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Audrey Meyer - Munz (Mosaics4u)

Audrey Meyer - Munz (Mosaics4u)

In mosaics, I have found the medium which has given me the possibility for full expression. When something appeals to me visually, I challenge myself to interpret it through mosaic
I create mosaic wall art. I create works which are not functional, but are made to be contemplated and enjoyed. These picto-mosaics are created for purely aesthetic expression and communication.
I am a mosaic composer – composer from the Latin cum = with, together and pausare= to lay down, to put to a halt. I have chosen this term because I feel that it is the best expression of the notion that a Mosaic composer is an artist involved in the creation of an intricate and time-consuming composition.


Born in Belgium, lives in Israel since 1984 and creates Mosaic Art in Tel Aviv.


1991-1994 - MA degree in Japanese Studies: Dissertation about the narratives of a Japanese Cultural exhibition “Visions of Japan” held at the V&A Museum – Hebrew University of Jerusalem
1989-1990 - Intensive Japanese course and Comparative cultures – International Christian University – Tokyo
1985-1989 - BA degree in East Asian Studies and General Studies – Hebrew University of Jerusalem
1978-1984 - High School Matriculation – Lycee Emile Jacqmain, Brussels, Belgium

Mosaic training formation

2008 - Master Vincenzo Aiello’s School of Mosaic, Technique on mesh, Rome, Italy
2007 - Master Benedetto Nordia, Musia Studio, Byzantine and Roman techniques, Chiasso, Switzerland.
2006 - Master Lucio Orsoni, Orsoni School of Mosaics, works with smalti, Venice, Italy.
2003-2005 - Sarit Pilz Granit, direct and indirect method, Ramat Hasharon, Israel.


Selected Exhibitions

Launching of the Book: “First Israeli mosaic artists book”, 2009, Publishing house:
• Mosaics and Muses, Beit Ot Hamoutsar gallery, Jerusalem, Curator: Yael Nitzan
• Mini-Retrospective by Audrey Meyer-Munz, Pioneer Global Funds investment house, Herzeliya Pituah. Curator: The artist
• She & He, Amiad Center, Jaffa, Curator: Reli Wasser

• Pomegranate, Restoration Site, Rosh Pina, Curator: Reli Wasser.
• Built-in Divine Presence, Theater of Givataim, Curators: Doron Polak and Ayelet Biran.
• Le livre des artistes israéliens, Beit Asia, Tel Aviv, Curator : Babylone.
• The Art of Reconciliation, The Library of Martin Luther King, Washington DC, Curators: Ayelet Biran and Doron Polak.
• Until white smoke comes out, Rabin Square, Tel Aviv, Art director: Oren Cohen-Ninyo.

• The Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art, 6th Edition – 2007, Fortezza da Basso, Florence.
• Opus Babel, Menifa Gallery, Tel Aviv, Curator: Audrey Meyer – Munz.
• Somnia somniantia, Schellebelle, Belgium.
• Chairs: from industrial products to artwork, Gan Shmuel, Curator: Dorit Talmon.
• Longing for Peace, Kfar Vradim, Curator: Hana Engel Barak.
• Mosaic group exhibition, Gan Shmuel, Curator: Dorit Talmon.
• Desert Generation, Artists’ House of Jerusalem, Curator: Larry Abramson.


Publication of my first catalog: MosaiCadence, 2008

Launching of Audrey’s second mosaic website, 2008

Selected artist for a two-meter height chair as part of a project called: What are you willing to do to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

Took part in the 6th edition of the Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art. Selected by the internal committee of the Florence Biennale, 2007

Volunteering: Creating an eight-meter long bench in mosaics with 12 and 14 year-old-teenagers in the town of Sderot, as part of a nation-wide active civism project, 2007

Launching of Audrey’s first mosaic website, 2006


Maariv Decorative magazine, 2007, about the group exhibition on Mosaic Art in Gan Shmuel.

Featured in the Annual Catalogue of the NY Arts Magazine for 2009.

Featured in the first edition of “The Israeli Artists Book”, Edition d’Art, La Gazette des Arts, 2008


IBA news – October 2006, First Israeli Channel
Cultural Program: Interview with Yoav Swayd regarding the exhibition Opus Babel, October 2006, First Israeli channel

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