Danielle Gorodenzik is a curator, writer, and art book fair director. She served as the Director of Collections at the Africa First Collection by Serge Tiroche.
She served as Program Coordinator at the contemporary art organization Artis in Tel Aviv.
Danielle has curated exhibitions and programs at Artists House Rishon Lezion, Indie Group Photography Gallery, Off-Site - The Wrong Biennale, and the Hansen House. Her writing has appeared in national and international publications, including Art She Says, As Promised Magazine, Telavivian and Third Text.
Danielle received her MA in Curatorial Studies from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design and holds a BFA in Communication Design from Parsons The New School of Design. Her research focuses on Israeli and African contemporary art. She has delivered lectures and participated in panels at the Israel Museum, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Red House Tel Aviv, and Creative Mornings Jerusalem.
In Print Art Book Fair Puts Art Books at Readers Fingertips
The Times of Israel
Jerusalem's Biggest Book Fair Returns with Exclusive Exhibits
Jerusalem Art Book Fair Celebrates Mastery of Bookbinding
Where Are You Coming From and Where Are You Going? / Danielle Gorodenzik
Toilet Rolls Out of Peace Accords and Dead Sea Addictions – Artist Books, Israeli-style
The In Print Fair at Hansen House Shines a Spotlight on Art Books
Danielle Gorodenzik's Success Story