David Duvshani (B. 1991) is an artist working with comics, painting, and print. He has graduated from the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Paris and the MFA program of Bezalel . His works were shown in exhibitions in Israel (Raw-Art Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Mishkan Museum of Art, Ein Harod, Nachum Gutman Museum, Tel-Aviv) and internationally (White Night, Paris, FOURFold Gallery, London). In 2019-2020 he published a weekly comic column “Apocalyptic Predicitons” on Haaretz newspaper, a collaboration with author Julia Fermentto-Tzaisler. He contributes to Tohu magazine, where he has a podcast of interviews with artists and a comic column “The Travels of Reb Mendelovitch”, an experimental comic in the form of a scroll. His book “Crusades” , a comics artist book was published in 2019 by Hoosh Editions and presented in a release event at the Palais-de-Tokyo, an english edition will be published on 2021.
Lives and works in Tel-Aviv.