Myriam Tangy Biography Painting- Photography - Poetry
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Born, lives and works in Paris

Painter, Photographer, Poet

portrait.2009.

  • Diploma in Drawing at the National Paris School of Fine Arts
  • Foundation Vocation Award, Bronze Medal awarded by the City of Paris
  • Charles Oulmont and Taylor Foundations awards, Paris
  • 1st Wizo Prize in Painting, Paris
  • Foundation Renée and Leon Baumann Grant, under the aegis of Fondation du Judaïsme Français

Solo exhibitions :

Art and Littérature Gallery, Paris 2006 – Alain Margaron,Gallery, Paris 2001 – University of Amiens (France) 1998 – Yanika Gallery, Rome 1996, 1994, 1992 – Marie Laure Leduc Gallery, Paris 1989 – Maison Mansart Gallery, Paris 1986 – Saydie Bronfman Center, Montréal 1984 – La Platonne Gallery, Paris 1983

 

Private collections :

Paris – Montréal – Rome – Suisse – New York –  Israël –  Museum of Art and Jewish History, Paris

 

Publications :

Numbered Portefolio : « Métamorphoses », edited by Artgraphie, Paris 1983 (poems, etchings, lighographs, drawings)

Numbered Portefolio, edited by Artgraphie, Paris 1991 – poems and drawings (group of painters)

  • Travels in Yemen, India, USA, USSR…
  • Hadassah-Brandeis Institut Research Grant, 2009

 

Solo exhibitions : Museum of Art and of Jewish History (MAHJ), 2015 – Paris, 2004

Group exhibitions : Yeshiva Museum University, New York 2007 – Ein Harod Museum : « Matronita » 2012

 

  • Photos published in : Documentation Française, Paris 2008 – Eretz Magazine, Israel 2007

 

Collections :     Paris, Montreal, New York, Italy, Israël, Switzerland, Museum of Art and Jewish History Paris

Myriam Tangi has published three books :

 

  • « Corps de mémoire », L’Harmattan Paris 2010
  • « Encre nocturne, 1001 », L’Harmattan Paris 1997
  • « Le ciel en désordre », L’Harmattan Paris 1996 – winner of the Académie française Prize Maïse Ploquin-Caunan, 1997,

 

In 2002, creation of the first Café.Ecriture, a writing workshop in a café in the heart of Paris, where participants can come and go according to their own desire to write…