Noam Segal is an independent curator whom recently relocated to NYC. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Politics, a master’s degree in Hermeneutics, and currently a PhD candidate at Bar Ilan University. She successfully founded and curated Rothschild 69 nonprofit art space based in Tel Aviv. She was part of the founding team of “Programma,” a quarterly art magazine in which she also worked as a content editor. Segal curated exhibitions at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Performa 13' in NYC, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Petach Tikva Museum, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Photography, Velan Center for Contemporary Art in Turin, Ein Harod museum of Art, and more. Among the artists she has worked with are Anri Sala, Haim Steinbach, Sharon Hayes, Liz Magic Laser, Ulla Von Brandenburg, Dor Guez, Uri Aran, Leonor Antunes and many more. She has published texts in various local and international magazines (Erev Rav, Art and Education, Bomb magazine), and exhibition catalogues (CCJ Sao Paolo, TRAP Norway, CCA Tel Aviv, Wolverhampton University London, museum catalogues and more), and her exhibitions has been reviewed at Frieze, Flash Art, Art Review, Art Press and alike. Up until recently, she was an adjunct professor at Bezalel Academy for Art and Design MFA program, MA program for curatorial studies, and the BFA program in photography. Segal received several grants by IKT association, the French Institute, Outset foundation, and participated in various residency programs among them BAR in Barcelona and KW young curators program as part of the 8th Berlin Biannale. Currently, she is a guest editor for an academic journal which will be published in Summer 16’.