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“Windows of Love” solo exhibition in Tel Aviv Recap

15 Aug

the love of a signifiacant other

Love yourself first


the love of animals

the love of children

who do i love?


Bazel Gallery presents Alice Mizrachi is a solo exhibition entitled “Windows of Love”

10 Jul




Bazel Gallery

in her solo exhibition,
“Windows of Love,” presented by Bazel Gallery, features select works by artist Alice Mizrachi that explore and celebrate the many facets of love.

Alice paints the simple exchanges of love she glimpses while people-watching and depicts them in her paintings as snapshots, to share that fleeting moment of connection we feel when we are witnesses to love. Whether it’s the love of a father and child, friends, lovers, love for animals, nature, home or the love of self, Alice encourages us to notice that love, in all its multidimensional facets, is often felt as recognition.
“There are two basic motivating forces: fear and love. When we are afraid, we pull back from life. When we are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with passion, excitement, and acceptance. We need to learn to love ourselves first, in all our glory and our imperfections. If we cannot love ourselves, we cannot fully open to our ability to love others or our potential to create. Evolution and all hopes for a better world rest in the fearlessness and open hearted vision of people who embrace life.” – John Lennon

Opening Reception: Thursday, July 11, 2013 from 20:00-22:00
Closing Date: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Bazel Gallery
1 Hashlah Street, Tel Aviv, Israel

About Alice Mizrachi
Alice Mizrachi is a painter and teaching artist in New York. Through painting, murals, printmaking and installations, Alice creates figurative work that depicts characters whose relationships and emotions reflect her perspective of the social environment. Alice seeks to spread empathy and compassion through site-specific projects that are positive visual responses to social issues that affect neighboring residents.

In her roles as artist and teacher, Alice explores art as a path for communities and individuals to heal through creative expression. She works to empower and inspire women and girls by elevating females to sacred archetypes in her art. And as a teaching artist, Alice extends her personal commitment to art as a tool for healing through hands-on creative projects that help others express their ideas about topics such as environmentalism, identity and community.
Alice co-founded YOUNITY in 2006, a women’s art collective that has provided a professional platform for hundreds of women in the arts through exhibitions, panel discussions, mural productions, and youth workshops.
Alice occasionally lectures at universities and participates in discussions on arts and activism topics; she also writes curriculum and leads staff-development workshops for arts programming. She has received numerous grants and has an ongoing studio residency in Manhattan.
Her artwork has been exhibited at Washington DC’s Museum of Contemporary Art and The National Women’s Museum. She is represented by Mighty Tanaka Gallery in New York and Bazel Gallery in Tel Aviv, and her work has also been shown in galleries around the world including Colette, Causey Contemporary, Fifty 24LA and Intermedia Arts.
Publications which have featured Alice and her artwork include The New York Daily News, Time Out NY, New York Magazine, Huffington Post, Marie Claire, Juxtapoz, Haaretz, and Street Art NYC, among others. She is a 1999 graduate of Parsons The New School for Design in New York City.

Art Basel Recap

12 Dec

Back to back- nonstop this fall!!! I’m so ready for a rested vacation on the beach somewhere secluded. No rest for me until after my next solo show at Weldon Arts this winter. For this art basel me and my studio collective went to Miami to do a show at Miami Light Project. We did an exhibition entitled PREMIERE and an exterior mural production. It was so much fun! Thanks to the staff at Miami Light Project- Beth Boone, Sevim, Rebekah, Estelle, Megan, Simone and Justin. Thanks to Clyde Valentin from Hi Arts, George at All the Right and Scott and Steve from Ur place for sponsoring the event. We appreciate all the support! Check out the select photos below.




IMG_4839QA, KET, and PHETUS having fun during installation.

IMG_4842Carlos Mare striking a pose after installing his sculpture.

IMG_4848Ket getting it in at Miami Light Project for his installation.

IMG_4859Ezo doing a FREE AGENTS piece at Miami Light Project.

IMG_4864Dinner at Lost & Found- Phetus signs a polaroid that Ket took of us. Haven’t laughed this hard in a LOOOOONG time- good times

IMG_4885FREE AGENTS piece complete by Ezo.

IMG_4888AM prints hanging at Miami Light Project.

IMG_4892Phetus, Mare, and Beth Boone at Miami Light Project.

IMG_4905Me during opening night – photo by Ket.

IMG_4909Ket during opening night at MLP.

IMG_4915Phetus opening night.

IMG_4918Beth Boone and Tomas at MLP.

IMG_4922Queen Andrea opening night.

IMG_4926Klass reppin his subway maps. KLASSMATIC!

IMG_4931EZO opening night showing his amazing resin coated paintings.

IMG_4963Phetus getting down on the lift wearing an ALL THE RIGHT sponsored tee.

IMG_5029Beth hooked up these banners that were displayed in the city during Art Basel. Such a great surprise!!!

IMG_5068Our last night celebrating with Beth at Wynwood Cafe.

IMG_5085Roll call on the wall with thanks to MLP, Hi Arts and All the Right.

IMG_5098My installation at MLP.

IMG_5106Megan and Estelle holding it down during closing night:) Thanks for all your support ladies!

IMG_5111My fertility goddess rug displayed during the show- these can be purchased at

IMG_5132Because we had such little time I had to finish painting until the very last minute. This wall was complete at 4:30 am and I had to be at the airport by 5am. No sleep!!! See you next year MIAMI!!!!!



“THROUGH MY LENS” Recap- Tel Aviv 2012

12 Sep

My trip to Israel this summer was eye opening and enlightening. I discovered things about my family history that I have been searching for. I found out my dad’s side of the family migrated to Israel from Cordoba, Spain during the Spanish Inquisition. I met some family members who I havent been connected to in over 15 years and I visited places my parents lived and worked in Tel Aviv.  I decided to use this new information I gathered  in my second solo exhibition at Bazel Gallery. One spot I was particularly inspired by was a place near Rehov Hamasger where my dad worked in the 50’s. Currently this place is facing demolition and it once was the heart of the auto industry. My dad worked there for many years before migrating to New York. I was enamored by the tin shacks and the semi demolished walls that possessed so much character and history. I collected bits and pieces of the walls that were being torn down. After returning to this location numerous times I came across this wall- the very last wall standing in this area. I felt like I was collecting pieces of my dad’s history that were about to disappear forever. The significance of this place and remaining wall was included in my installation at the gallery. It is a mixture of  pieces I collected from this site as well as old frames I found at markets and antique frame shops. check out the pics below.

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Art Basel 2011 Recap

10 Jan

I been juggling a few projects since November so I’m just getting caught up on the blog. Directly after the Chevy Sonic project I went to Art Basel to paint and show some work. I was impressed with both good and bad art. Most of all it was so much fun painting with my friends in the beautiful sunny weather.Below is a brief slideshow of my experience in Miami for Art Basel 2011. check it

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19 Sep

Hey all,

Please feel free to check out this dope little video Cristobal Diaz from Paris put together!!!! Loving it:)


Galerie 154 and Give Me A Wall Presents: The Drip Series- Paris 2011

20 Jul

my first solo show in Paris and I’m feeling so great about it- VERY thankful! Please see below for a recap…

Thanks to Elise Herszkowicz and Cristobal Diaz from Give Me A Wall Festival who really made it happen- the hosts with the mosts:) Thanks to Galerie 154 and the whole Paris crew for your warm welcome and good vibez!!! Definitely more to come soon!


30 Jun

This summer has been super duper busy for me so of course I haven’t had a chance to blog- here it is. A mashup blog entry of all my projects since MAY…


This May my homie Free5 asked me to get down on this wall in Astoria by Ditmars Blvd (around the corner from Jackson Hole Diner). Had a great time and painted a character that I was really diggin’. Peep the pics. THANKS FREE5:)

Me and Diana took a trip out to Maryland to visit The Accokeek Foundation. We had a meeting with some of the AMAZING folks who are protecting and fighting for our food rights. This YOUNITY research trip was necessary since our next fall YOUNITY show focuses on food sovereignty. See pics below…

farmers posted this which I thought was beautiful!

cows grazing freely which is how ALL cows should be raised.

THANKS to Molly from Accokeek for hosting us:)


I was hired to work for The Laundromat Project this year which goes into NYC communities and sets up art workshops outside laundromats. I taught a t shirt bleach batik workshop focusing on your neighborhood… here are some pics:


This year I was invited to participate in the Sing For Hope Piano Pop Up Project. My piano is currently located at Washington Market on Greenwich Street and Reade Street, downtown NYC. : See pic below for my piano:) AND GO CHECK MY PIANO OUT UNTIL JULY 2nd. I also taught a workshop with the ART U! students to create their own pianos.. so inspiring! I am honored to be teaching with Sing for Hope year round starting August.

These professional visual artists have volunteered alongside community members, Sing for Hope Art U! students, and master technician Fred Patella to bring their 88 individual Pop-Up Pianos to life. And once the Pop-Up Pianos hit the streets, hundreds of Sing for Hope Volunteer Artists from NYC’s great stages will bring the pianos further to life with their Pop-Up Concerts!

Artist Melanie Edwards play on my piano with a charming young audience.

SING FOR HOPE ART U! students hooking the piano up.

SMILE for the camera:)

Victoria gets down with her piece…. lovin’ it

THANKS JOSE for inviting me and hiring me to teach students at Sing for Hope!


Thanks to the crew who participated in my second workshop- it is an honor to work with you guys! Cant wait until the next one… This is the second workshop hosted at my place. I love that my community reaches out asking for art workshops. I didnt take that many pics this session but here are a few.. the next one will be stencil making in August:) If you’re interested in participating email me:

Deedee’s first time printing and she was a pro!!!!

Heather and Liza working hard to get it done…. times a tickin’

Portia stays late to get different variation of the print… I love ur creativity gal!

I created a print and then printed them into stickers- look out for them and u can even ask for one when u see me:)


This year was the 2nd annual Welling Court Mural Project and I along with many other artists were invited to paint this neighborhood. Like last year the community came out to feed us and make sure we were all good. They also hosted a block party for us with delicious food, good tunes and positive vibez! You can’t even imagine how good it feels to have people in the community support what you do. THANKS to ALLISON AND GARRISON of ADHOC Art for putting this together- u guys are a dynamic duo!!!!

Me n El Camino rocked a wall together…

Me n Allison share a kodak moment.

My piece complete to add to my book of walls…

Looking forward to next year:)


Just got back from Seattle and Walla Walla, Washington this week for meetings about a really DOPE upcoming project that’s on the horizon… I will be traveling to Seattle often this coming year:) stay tuned for more info about that later. While I was out there I got to chill with some really cool peeps and get a piece done. The gorgeous mansion I stayed at was so inspiring; I was anxious to bless it!!! Check out some of the flicks below and of course a very special thank you to Stephanie Dorgan for hosting and Steve Miller as well as Tilson for bringing all my materials and buckets of energy! much love… more to come soon:)

WHATS NEXT… 2 shows in BK, solos show in Paris, solo show in Israel and YOUNITY show in the fall.


15 Dec

This year I made it out to Art Basel in Miami and met up with a bunch of my friends. The whole trip was so inspiring, I got to see my peeps that I barely see, I got to paint in the sunny warm weather and I got to check out some AMAZING shows that were really inspirational. Peep the flicks….

MIAMI – we r here!!!

My first wall at Primary Flight I95 wall- thanks for hooking it up TYPOE:)

FREE 5 killing it as usual!

This is dedicated to my dear brother in law who passed away 2 years ago- I MISS HIM. RIP JOE “WINDOW TO UR SOUL”. Rooftop wall with Jaes & Free 5- full wall pics coming but this is my piece.

YOUNITY artist AIKO in full effect!



RETNA had an amazing show- loved the work!

WANE gettin’ up everywhere!

HAZE & MARE 139- was great to bulid with Mare this weekend!

EMA & KID ACNE were there- great seeing the work after just painting with them in Paris!

This was my favorite wall at Basel this year- How & Nosm really went in.

Really digging these artists from Peru- Wane keeps telling me about them, I cant wait to meet them. LOVE IT!

NO trip to Miami would be complete without seeing my homie- DJ ELLE. Love ya girl!

Sunset boatrides with Austin the mascot, Diana, Mare, Skinz & Cory- So peaceful but brrrrr cold. Ill be back next year!!!!

THANKS TO CORY & SKINZ who really hooked it up with the housing situation and paint! much love to you FAM!!! Thanks to TYPOE & ENMITY for wall space and lastly thanks to FREE 5 who is always down and always supporting! LOVE MY PEEPS:)


28 Oct


I thought this was a fitting post for this weeks Halloween festivities .  The catacombs inspired my costume for Halloween this year.

DCAP enjoying her birthday at the catacombs in PARIS:)


I was a bit scared.

The designs they formed the skulls in was incredible!

DCAP shadow on a wall that was tagged. love this picture!!!

My halloween costume this year inspired by the catacombs in Paris and my love for skeletal structures.