Selected Work

A Matter of Life and Death 01
Archival ink print
51 1/8 x 72 7/16 in.

A Matter of Life and Death 02
Archival ink print
70 13/16 x 71 5/8 in.

Floating Lane
Archival ink print
59 x 85 11/16 in.

Floating World 02
Archival ink print
59 x 67 1/2 in.

Floating World 03
Archival ink print
59 x 61 1/8 in.

Floating World 04
Archival ink print
47 3/16 x 46 13/16 in.

Hanging Garden
Archival ink print
59 x 61 5/16 in.

Hanging Sky 01
Archival ink print
47 3/16 x 49 3/16 in.

Hanging Sky 02
Archival ink print
47 3/16 x 54 5/16 in.

Hanging Sky 03
Archival ink print
47 3/16 x 72 1/4 in.

Hanging Sky 04
Archival ink print
47 3/4 x 49 3/4 in.

Hanging Sky 05
Archival ink print
47 3/16 x 70 3/4 in.

Lost World 01
Archival ink print
59 x 55 11/16 in.

Lost World 02
Archival ink print
41 11/16 x 31 7/16 in.

Melting World 01
Archival ink print
47 3/16 x 41 11/16 in.

Melting World 02
Archival ink print
47 3/16 x 47 3/16 in.

White Lines
Archival ink print
35 3/8 x 30 1/4 in.

Floating Bridge
Archival ink print
47 3/16 x 47 3/16 in.

Floating Tree
Archival ink print
84 5/8 x 59 in.

On Reflection, Virtual J01, 2014 c-print mounted on Dibond 15 3/8 x 12 1/2 in. OG9137

On Reflection, Fusion J04, 2014 c-print mounted on Dibond 16 3/8 x 12 1/2 in. OG9135

On Reflection, Virtual B06, 2014 c-print mounted on Dibond 39 5/16 x 31 7/16 in. OG9215

On Reflection, Virtual B08, 2015 c-print mounted on Dibond 39 5/16 x 31 7/16 in. OG9217

On Reflection, Material E06 (After J. Brueghel the Elder), 2014 c-print mounted on Dibond 59 x 47 3/16 in. OG9153

On Reflection, Material E18 (After J. Brueghel the Elder), 2014 c-print mounted on Dibond 66 7/8 x 47 3/16 in. OG9218

On Reflection, Material E05 (After J. Brueghel the Elder), 2014 c-print mounted on Dibond 66 7/8 x 51 1/8 in. OG9210

Love Me Love Me Not: Untitled 02, 2013 C-print mounted on dibond 47 1/4 x 47 1/4 inches (image) OG8758

Cells: Cell 02, 2013 C-print mounted on dibond 59 x 67 inches (image) OG8774

Cells: Coming Together, 2013 Dyptich C-print mounted on dibond 6 5/8 x 9 7/8 inches each (image) OG8778

Cells: Corner 02, 2013 C-print mounted on dibond 67 3/4 x 47 1/4 inches (image) OG8780

Cells: Cell 03 1/8, 2013 C-print mounted on dibond 47 3/4 X 72 3/4 inches (framed) OG8775

Cells: Cell 05, 2013 C-print mounted on dibond 47 3/4 x 71 1/4 inches (image) OG8777

Tokyo Imperial Memories: Speck 03, 2010 Archival pigment prints mounted on dibond 15 1/2 X 18 inches OG7090

Hiroshima Sleepless Nights: Never Again 02, 2010 Archival pigment prints mounted on dibond, in two parts 30 3/4 x 25 7/8 inches (each) 65 x 26 3/4 (overall) OG7096

Evaders: Far Off Mountains and Rivers, 2009 LightJet print 59 7/7 x 90 1/2 inches OG6956

from ‘The Offering’, 2012 three screen HD projection with media players 9 minutes

Falling Bird, 2008 video installation with sound 5 minutes and 53 seconds OG6558

Will You Dance For Me 1/8, 2011
Dual channel HD video projection with sound 13 minutes 45 seconds duration
Dimensions variable

Untitled 7 1/6, 2007 c-print mounted on aluminum 15 3/4 x 12 1/4 inches (framed) OG5479

Cells: Corner 01, 2013 C-print mounted on dibond 67 3/4 x 47 1/4 inches (image) OG8779

Untitled 27 1/6, 2007 C-print mounted on aluminum 16 7/8 X 12 7/8 inches (frame) OG8468

Time After Time: Untitled 13 5/6, 2007 c-printed mounted on aluminum 15 3/4 X 12 3/8 inches (frame) OG8441



Ori Gersht

  • 1967 Born in Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • Lives and works in London


  • 1993-1995 MA in Photography, Royal College of Art, London, UK
  • 1989-1992 BA (Hons) in Photography, Film & Video, University of Westminster, London, UK

Work Experience

  • since 1997 Senior lecturer, school of Photography, BA(Hons) & MA, at the Kent Institute of Art & Design, UK.
  • since 2004 Research reader at the Kent Institute of Art & Design,UK.
  • since 2006 Professor of Photography at UCA (University for the Creative Arts), UK.
  • MA course supervisor
  • Research degree supervisor

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2017 sleepless nights, CRG Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2016Floating World, Ben Brown Gallery, London, UK
  • Floating World, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  • Floating World, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Isreal
  • 2015Reflecting History, Govert Flinck & Ori Gersht, Museum Kurhaus, Kleve, Germany
  • Slivers, Tel Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Ori Gersht, the Natur Gewalten: Fotographie / Film exhibition, Sinclair-Haus Museum, Bad Homburg Germany
  • Ori Gersht, Don’t Look Back, Towner Gallery, Eastbourne, UK
  • Ori Gersht, On Reflection, CRG Gallery New York, USA
  • 2014Ori Gersht: Still Life, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH
  • Ori Gersht: Portraits, Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, OH
  • Slivers, Tel Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 2013Ori Gersht: All Will Come to Pass, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Ori Gersht: Against Time, The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Ori Gersht: Liquid Assets + Selected Works, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Ori Gersht: Cells, CRG Gallery, New York, USA
  • Ori Gersht, The Gund Gallery at Kenyon College, Ohio, USA
  • Evaders, Museo Madre, Naples, Italy.
  • 2012History Repeating, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA
  • Midnight Moment, Times Square, NY, USA
  • Still and Forever, Brand New Gallery, Milano, Italy
  • This Storm Is What We Call Progress, Imperial War Museum, London, UK
  • Survey of works between 2001-2011, Tel Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel
  • 2011Lost in Time, Santa Barbara Museum, Santa Barbara, CA, USA
  • Lost in Time 21c Museum, Kentucky USA.
  • Chasing Good Fortune & Will You Dance For Me, CRG Gallery New York, USA
  • Chasing Good Fortune & Will You Dance For Me, Angles Gallery Los Angeles, USA
  • Chasing Good Fortune Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 2010Places That Were Not, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • Places That Were Not, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Places That Were Not, Mummery+Schnelle Gallery, London.
  • 2009Black Box, Hirshhorn Museum and sculpture Garden, Washington DC, USA.
  • Evaders, CRG Gallery. New York, NY, USA.
  • 2008Selected Films, Hirshhrorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, USA
  • Folding Time, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv Israel
  • The Forest, Musée d’Art de Toulon, Toulon, France.
  • Time Folds, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, California.
  • Ori Gersht & Jan Breughel the Elder, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Pomegranate, The Jewish Museum, New York.
  • 2007Time After Time: Exploding Flowers & Other Matters, The Armory Show (with CRG Gallery), New York, USA.
  • The Forest & Blow Up, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, USA.
  • The Clearing, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Time After Time, Mummery+Scnhelle Gallery, London.
  • The Forest, Mic Toi Rerehiko Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand.
  •  2006 The Forest, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Liquidation, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • The Clearing, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, USA.
  • The Forest, CRG Gallery, New York, USA.
  • The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, London, UK SpaceX Exeter, UK, Photo Gallery Cardiff, Wells Galway Art Festival, Ireland, Leeds Metropolitan University Gallery, Leeds, UK.
  • 2005Liquidation, CRG Gallery, New York, USA.
  • Erzahl Mir Vom Krieg, Ori Gersht & Simon Norfolk, Zephyr Gallery, Mannheim, Germany.
  • 2004Blaze, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London, UK.
  • Blaze, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • History in the Making, Photo España, Madrid, Spain.
  • Ghost and Concrete City Scans, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, USA.
  • Ghost, The Armory Show (with CRG Gallery), New York, USA .
  • 2002/2003Black Soil, CRG Gallery, New York, USA.
  • 2002White Noise, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, USA.
  • Afterglow, Art Now Room, Tate Britain, London, UK.
  • Afterglow, Helena Rubenstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Mass Culture, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London, UK.
  • 2001White Noise, Galerie Martin Kudlek, Cologne, Germany.
  • Mass Culture, Refusalon Gallery, San Francisco, USA.
  • AfterWars, Belfast Exposed, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
  • LISTE 01, The Young Art Fair, Basel (with Andrew Mummery Gallery), Basel, Switzerland.
  • White Noise, Gallery Noga, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • White Noise, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London, UK.
  • 2000 AfterWars, Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton, UK.
  • Pitch, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK.
  • 1999 Vital Signs, Gallery Noga, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • AfterWars, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London,UK.
  • 1993 Ori Gersht. Just Bring Your Body, Metro Gallery, London,UK.
  • 1992 Ori Gersht. Just Bring Your Body, Zone Gallery, Newcastle,UK.

Group Exhibitions

  • 2017 Prix Pictet Disorder Tour, The Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego
  • Burdened Landscape – From Kiefer to Ristelhueber, Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
  • 2016 Dining With The Artist, The Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Baroque Nur Schoner Schein, The Reiss Engelhorn Museen, Mannheim, Germany
  • Bedazzled, The Lehman College Art Gallery, New York, NY
  • About Time – Photography In A Moment Of Change, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
  • Past/Present/Future, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI
  • But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise: Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
  • Alchemy of Words, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Immerse, Sandnes Kulturhus, Norway
  • Embracing the Contemporary: The Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA
  • Flora, Oriel Davies Gallery Tour, Aberystwyth Arts Center, UK
  • Prix Pictet Disorder Tour, The Municipal Gallery of Athens, Greece
  • Prix Pictet Disorder Tour, Bank Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
  • Prix Pictet Disorder Tour, The Gallery of Photography, Dublin, Ireland
  • Prix Pictet Disorder Tour, Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany
  • Prix Pictet Disorder Tour, The Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA
  • Luscious Thrills – Baroque Reflections Then and Now, Gammel Holtegaard Kunsthalle, Denmark
  • (Not So) Still Life, Wave Hill Museum, New York, NY
  • Curtain Call, Round House, London
  • Musee D’art Moderne, Paris, Summerset House London, MAXXI Museum, Rome: touring exhibition
  • The Philadelphia Museum  of Art, PN
  • About Time: Photography in a Moment of Change, MoMA San Fransisco, CA
  • Visions in the Nunnery, The Nunnery, London, UK
  • 2015 Prix Pictet, short list, Musee D’art Moderne, Paris, touring exhibition
  • Sixth Edition – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, organized by Elo3 Cultural Enterprise (Sao Paulo) in collaboration with the exhibition space Fundição Progresso Cultural Center, with the support of 3M Company
  • Still Life: Capturing the Moment, Palm Springs Art Museum, California USA
  • Beyond Real: Still Life in the 21st Centurry, Moss Art Centre, Center for the Arts at VA Tech
  • Performance & Remnant, Fine Art Society, London
  • In __ We Trust: Art and Money, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio, USA
  • Revelations: Experiments in Photography, Science Museum, London UK and National Media Museum, Bradford, UK
  • Disrupted Spaces: Photographs from the Carey Schwartz Collection, the Rose Art Museum Brandeis 
  • 2014The Generous Tree, Um El Phahem Gallery, Israel
  • War, MOSTYN, Cymru, Wales
  • Reflections of War, 100, Flower East Gallery, London, UK
  • Food For Thought, Weatherspoon Art Museum, University North Carolina, USA
  • ‘ Bruegel Land’, The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp,Brussel, Belgiuum
  • Still Bewegt, Museum Sinclair- Haus, Bad, Homburg, Germany
  • Still Life Revisited, The Art Museum of Northern Norway, Tromsø, Norway
  • Still Life In Motion, Nord Norsk Kunst Museum, Norway
  • Vanitas, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, USA.
  • 2013Damage Control: Art and Destruction since 1950, The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC
  • Catalyst: Contemporary Art and War, Imperial War Museum North, Manchester, UK
  • ArTricks, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
  • ‘The Compromised Land: Recent Photography and Video from Israel’, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY, USA
  • ‘Inaugural Exhibition: Looking Forward’, Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, Ohio, USA
  • Einde, Lokaal 01, Breda, Netherlands
  • Art of Arrangement: Photography and the Still Life Tradition, National Media Museum, Bradford, UK
  • 2012‘Seduced by Art: Photography Past and Present’, London National Gallery, London, UK
  • Unnatural, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida, USA
  • Lens on Twelve, Connaught Brown, London, UK
  • ‘Significant Objects: The Spell of Still Life’, Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California, USA
  • 2011Land Matters – Landscape Photography, Culture and Identity, Liz Wells, I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd, London, UK / New York, USA, ISBN 978-1-84511-864-8(pb) / 865-5(hb
  • Moments of Reprieve: Representing Loss in Contemporary Photography’ , Tallinn ‘Kunstihoone’ Art Hall, Photography Month, Estonia
  • ‘Curtain Call’, The Roundhouse, London, UK.
  • ‘Travelling Light’, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK.
  • ‘East Ex East’, Brand New Gallery, Milano, Italy
  • “Eating Art”, La Pedrera/Casa Milà, Barcelona, Spain
  • Evaders, inaugural show of new wing, Tel Aviv Museum, Israel
  • When a Painting Moves… Something Must be Rotten, The Stenersen Museum, Oslo, Norway
  • Single Shot – a Film and Video Umbrella touring exhibition, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, UK
  • Dissolving Landscapes, The Wilfrid Israel Museum of Asian Art and Studies, Kibbutz Hazorea, Israel
  • Latitudes – Photography Festival, Huelva, Spain.
  • Caen Art’s Museum, Normandy, Spain.
  • 2010Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance, Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA.
  • “In Focus: Still Life,” The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • Daegu Photobienal, Daegu, South Korea.
  • Still / Moving, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
  • The Image as Moving Paintings and the Return of the Genres, Fundacion Francisco Godia, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Beijing International Art Biennale 2010, BIAB10 , National At Museum, Beijing, China.
  • Atlantis II, Rohkunstbau, Berlin, Germany.
  • Krieg/Individuum, Ausstellungshalle zeitgenoessische Kunst Muenster, Muenster, Germany.
  • Windows, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel.
  • The Forest, Kunstsaele, Berlin.
  • Natural Conflicts, photography and films from Israel, Nevada Museum of Art, USA.
  • Impressionism and Video Art: Echo of Light, The Normandy impressionist festival, Seine-Maritime, Rouen, France.
  • Hugging & Wrestling – Contemporary Israeli Photography and Video, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, USA.
  • When a Painting Moves, touring exhibition: Centro Colombia-Americano, Colombia, Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, MoCCA, Toronto, Canada.
  • Latitudes a photography, Huelva, Spain.
  • Luegen.nirgends (Lies.nowhere), Austellungshalle –zeitgenoessische Kunst Munster, Munster, Germany.
  • Unique Paintings, Fundacion Godia, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Calm Before the Storm, Winzavod Art Center, Moscow, Russia.
  • Paysage – Vidéo, Musée d’Art, Toulon, France.
  • Strange Places – Urban Landscape Photography, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston upon Thames, UK
  • The Borrowed Loop – Man & Eve, London, United Kingdom
  • Vanitas: The Transicence of Earthly Pleasures – London, United Kingdom.
  • Inner Landscapes – Bernheimer Fine Art Photography, Munich, Germany.
  • Roundabout – City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand.
  • 2009 Flower Power,Villa Giulia – CRAA Centro Ricerca Arte Attuale, Turin,Italy.
  • Significant Colour, The Aram Gallery, London, UK.
  • Tel Aviv Times, Tel Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Hugging and Wrestling: Contemporary Israeli Photography and Video, Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, USA
  • Kosher & Co. – Über Essen und Religion,The Jewish Museum Berlin, Germany.
  • 2008 Order from Chaos, Centro Andaluz De La Fotografia, Almeria, Spain, Sala De Exposiciones santa ines, Sevilla, Spain.
  • Living Flowers – ikebana and contemporary art, Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • Nature Morte – Dead Nature, Rohrer Fine Art, Los Angeles, USA.
  • The Aerials of Sublime Transscapes, Lokaal 1, Breda, Holland.
  • Pomegranate: A video by Ori Gersht, The Jewish Museum, New York, USA.
  • Depletion, works from the Doron Sebbag Collection, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Personal Landscape; contemporary Art from Israel, The Katzen, American University Museum, Washington, USA.
  • Visions in the Nunney, The Nunnery, London.
  • Static: Contemporary Still Life and Portraiture, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston.
  • Mutation II; Europian Month of Photography, Masion Europeenne de la Photographie, Paris, Kulturprojekte, Berlin, Fotofo, Bratislave, Vladmir Und Estragon, Vienna, Association Café Crème, Luxenbourg, Musee de la Photographie, Moscou, Zone Attive, Rome
  • 2007 The Last Seduction of Welcome Surrender to Beauty, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, USA.
  • Loop ’07 – Barcelona – The Video Art festival, Galeria Dels Ángels, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Video Killed the Painting Star, Museum of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain.
  • In Focus: Living History, Tate Modern, London.
  • Tate Britain, London, “Single Shot” commissioned by Film & Video Umbrella and The Film Council, UK.
  • 1st Architecture, Art and Landscape Biennial of the Canaries, Canary Island.
  • My Vision, ZEPHYR Raum für Fotografie,  Mannheim, Germany.
  • Dateline Israel: Recent Photography and Video (working title), The Jewish Museum, New York, USA.
  •  Historians of the Present, Blancpain Art Contemporain, Geneve.
  • 2006 Inside-Out, Contemporary Artists from Israel, museum MARCO, Vigo, Spain.
  • Making Journeys, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham, UK.
  • Forest Primeval, MOCA (GA), Atlanta, USA .
  • Fata Morgana , Haifa Museum, Haifa, Israel.
  • Spatial Dualism in the Eye of the Camera – Landscape Photography 1945-1963, The Open Museum of Photography, Tel Hai, Israel.
  • Twillight: Photography in the Magic Hour, Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
  • Forest Dreaming, Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Exeter UK.
  • Fatamorgana: Illusion and Deception in Contemporary Art, Haifa Museum of Art
  • Lanterna Magica, Bat-Yam Museum of Art, Bat-Yam
  • 2005 Dreams and Trauma Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany.
  • Camera Sacra, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel.
  • Etched Voices, Contemporary Artists and the Holocaust, Yad Vashem New Museum, Jerusalem, Israel.
  • Citizen, PM Galery & House, London, City Gallery, Leicester, Oriel Davies Gallery Newtown, Powys/Wales, Ormeau Bath Gallery Belfast, Northen Irland.
  • 2004 Historias, Photo España 2004, Madrid, Spain.
  • Tales of the City, curated for the British Council by students from the MA  Curating course, Goldsmiths College, Arte Fiera 2004, Bologna, Itally.
  • Onfuri International, Tirana, Albania.
  • 2003 Up Close and Personal, Nottingham Castle, Nottingham, UK.
  • Strangers To Ourselves, The Metropole Galleries, Folkestone, UK.
  • Independence, South London Gallery, London, UK.
  • Der Berg, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg, Germany.
  • One Ground, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, USA.
  • 2002 Willard Boepple, Ori Gersht and Albrecht Schäfer, Andrew Mummery  Gallery, London, UK.
  • Reality Check: Recent Developments in British Photography and Video, curated by Kate Bush and Brett Rogers. Touring exhibition organised by The British Council and the Photographers Gallery.
  • Non-Places, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main.
  • 5:1, Fotogalerie, Altefeuerwache Kulturzentrum, Mannheim, Germany.
  • 2001 Melancholy, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, UK.
  • Base Metal, Gallery Fine 2, London, UK.
  • Six International Fototage, Herten, Germany.
  • 2000 Tel Aviv Museum, exhibition of work by recipients of the Leon Constantine Photography                   Award for an Israeli Artist, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Don’t Worry, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Arts, London, UK.
  • warningSHOTS!, Royal Armouries, Leeds, UK.
  • 1998-99 Global II Collection, Pearson Education, Edinburgh Gate, Harlow, Scotland.
  • 1998 Open Studios, Whitechapel Open, London, UK.
  • 1997 Home Ideals, curated by FAT, Therbeton St, London, UK.
  • Para-Site, curated by Kurt Vanbelleghem ,Gulden Vlies Galerijen, Brussels, Belgium.
  • 1996 John Kobal Award, National Portrait Gallery, London. Touring to the National Gallery of Edinburgh, Edinburgh; Museum of Film and Photography, Bath and Midland Arts Centre, Birmingham.
  • Deep Signal, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh and Gasworks Gallery, London, UK.
  • Lightness & Weight, curated  by Not Cut, The Custard Factory, Birmingham, UK.
  • After the Flood, Henry Moore Gallery, Royal College of Art, London, UK.
  • 1995 Atrium, Atrium Cork Street Gallery, London, UK.
  • Cabinet Art, Jason & Rhodes Gallery, London, UK.
  • Selected young artists, Bismarck Foundation, Paris, France.
  • 1994 South Bank Photo Show, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK.
  • 1993 British Transport Competition, Mall Gallery, London, UK.
  • 1992 21 eme Salon International de la Recherche Photographique, Royan Cedex, France.
  • Zone Gallery, Newcastle, UK.
  • 1991 South Bank Photo Show, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK.
  • 1990 South Bank Photo Show, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK.
  • Cartier Foundation Prize, ICA Gallery, London, UK.

Awards and Residencies

  • 2015 Prix Pictet, short list
  • 2013Best in Show Award, Museum Publications Design, History Repeating, Museum of Fine Arts Boston
  • 2012Artis Grant Recipient
  • 2010Award received, Beijing International Art Biennale 2010, BIAB10
  • 2006Big Bang, a film Commissioned by the V&A for the Twillight: Photography in the Magic Hour Exhibition.
  • Pomegranate, Single Shot ; short film commissioned  by Film & Video Umbrella  and the Film Council UK.
  • 2005The Forest, a film commissioned by Film & Video Umbrella.
  • 2004First Prize winner, Onfuri International, Tirana, Albania.
  • 2003Commissioned by the Contemporary Art Society to produce sight specific work for the Museum of Nottingham Castle in relation to the Drawing with Light Exhibition.
  • BBC White City Public Art Strategy Photographic Commission
  • 2002Consultant to the architectural development planning of the South London Gallery
  • 2000The Leon Constantiner Photography Award for an Israeli Artist, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel
  • 1997Residency at Whitefield School, Barnet
  • 1993Prize winner at the British Transport Competition, Mall Gallery, London
  • 1990Prize winner at the South Bank: annual show, Royal Festival Hall, London


  • Hirshhorn Museum and sculpture Garden, Washington DC, USA.
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA
  • Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, USA
  • Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles, USA
  • Jewish Museum, New York, USA
  • Hyde Park Center Collection, University of Chicago, USA
  • Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington,USA
  • The Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA
  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California, USA
  • 21c Museum, Kentucky USA
  • Knoxville Museum of Art, Tennessee,USA
  • Tate Gallery, London, UK
  • Victoria & Albert Museum, UK
  • Royal Armouries, Leeds, UK
  • Imperial War Museum, London, UK
  • UK Government Art Collection, UK
  • British Council, UK
  • Nottingham Castle Museum, Nottingham, UK
  • UBS
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Tel Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

Bibliography   Monographs

  • 2015 Revelations: Experiments in Photography, published by Michael Mack/ Steidl
  • 2013 History Evolving, ebook produced by MFA Boston
  • 2012 Ori Gersht – History Repeating, MFA Boston, ISBN 978-0-87846-779-2
  • Ori Gersht, Artist Book, Published by Photoworks 2012. ISBN 978-1-903796-47-4
  • 2005 The Clearing, Published by Film & Video Umbrella, ISBN 1-90427-021-2
  • 2002 Afterglow, Exhibition Catalogue, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, May 10-August 10 2002, August Publications, London. ISBN 1-902854-17-9
  • Day by Day, Pocko Editions, London 2002. ISBN 1-903977-06-1


  • 2013 Nature Morte – Contemporary artists reinvigorate the Still-Life tradition, Thames & Hudson, London, ISBN 978-0-500-239063, pp54, 55,(cover)
  • ArTricks, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, ISBN 978-965-278-416-2
  • 2012 Seduced by Art – Photography Past and Present, Hope Kingsley, The National Gallery, London, UK, ISBN 978-1-85709-568-5-1035294
  • Unnatural, Tami Katz-Freiman, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida, USA, ISBN 978-1-880511-14-5
  • Ori Gersht – Still and Forever, Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy
  • Accelerating Towards Apocalypse – Works from the Doron Sebbag Art Collection, Dafna Graif, Doron Sebbag, ORS Art Collection Ltd., ISBN 978-965-555-605-6
  • 2011 Ori Gersht: Lost In Time, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California, USA, ISBN 978-0-89951-112-2
  • Traveling Light, Simon Schama, Whitechapel Gallery, London.
  • El Arte del Comer – De La Naturaleza Muerta a Ferran Adria, Sergi Plans, Obra Social de Catalunya Caixa
  • When a Painting Moves… Something Must be Rotten!, Selene Wendt and Paco Barragan, Stenersen Museum, Oslo and Charta, Milano, pp41-44, 75
  • The Photographers’ Gallery – Fundraising Auction 17 February 2011, The Photographers Gallery, London, UK
  • east EX east, Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy
  • De Beers – Jewellery, De Beers, London, UK, ISBN 9782759405107
  • 2010 Impressionism and Video Art: Echo In Light, Département de Seine-Maritime, Normandie Impressioniste, Rouen, France (DVD-catalogue)
  • Vanitas – The Transience of Earthly Pleasures, Joe la Placa & Mark Sanders, ISBN 978-1-907164-03-3
  • Langford’s Basic Photography – The Guide for Serious Photographers, Michael Langford, Anna Fox & Richard Sawdon Smith, ISBN: 978-0-240-52168-8, p.28.
  • True Emotion- Seconds of Life Breaking the Edge, Lee Yong-hwan / Walter Bergmoser, Daegu Photo Biennale Organizing Committee, pp114-117.
  • Still Life in Photography, Paul Martineau, Getty Publications, pp 14, ISBN 978-1-60606-033-9
  • XV11. ROHKUNSTBAU, Atlantis II, Hidden Histories – Imagined Identities, 9.7-12.9.2010, pp 82-85, ISBN 978-3-89930-306-3
  • Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance, Guggenheim Museum, Blessing Trotman, pp 108.
  • Roundabout 2010, Ori Gersht Time Slice, 2010, pp 31, 166-167.
  • Death Drive – Freudian Hauntings in Literature and Art, Robert Rowland Smith, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, UK
  • Contemporary Art in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, ISBN 978-965-278-374-5
  • Paysage – Video, Dialogue avec les collections 2, Musée d’art Toulon, France
  • 2009 Hugging & Wrestling – Contemporary Israeli Photography and Video, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, USA, pp8 & 38-43.
  • Israeli Art Now, edited by Iris Rywkind Ben-Zour and Revital Alcalay, Modan Publishing House Ltd., pp72-73, ISBN 978-965-7141-13-7.
  • 2009 Tel Aviv Time, edited by Tamar Fox, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel, pp 60-63, ISBN 978-965-7161-84-5.
  • Kosher & Co. Über Essen und Religion, Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Germany, pp 286-287
  • Living Flowers, Ikebana and Contemporary Art, Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, USA, ISBN 978-881161-16-5
  • 2008 Depletion – Works from the Doron Sebbag Art Collection, ORS Ltd., Aya Lurie & Nili Goren, pp 66-67, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel, ISBN 978-965-7161-67-8.
  • Mutations II – Moving Stills, Jean-Luc Soret, pp 48-51, European Month of Photography, Café-Créme asbl, Luxembourg, ISBN 978-287978074-0.
  • Order From Chaos – Contemporary Photography from Britain, Tamar Arnon & Eli Zagury, pp 13-33, Junta De Andalucia – Conserejia de Cultura, Almeria, Spain, ISBN 978-84-8266-833-8.
  • 2007 The Last Seduction of Welcome Surrender to Beauty, Carrie Secrist, pp 46-47, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago.
  • V&A – 150 Anniversary, Mark Jones, pp32, Victoria & Albert Museum, South Kensington, London
  • Moods an Modes in Israeli Photography, pp36-39, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel, ISBN 978-965-7161-57-9
  • Image Maaakers Image Takers, Anne-Celine Jaeger, pp 210; 211 Thames & Hudson, London, ISBN -13 978-0-500-28662-3, ISBN-10 0-50028662-0
  • Dateline:Israel – New Photography and Video Art, Susan Tumarkin Goodman, The Jewish Museum, New York & Yale University Press, ISBN 978-0-300-11156-9
  • My Vision – Iseen Für die Welt von Morgen, Alfried Wieczorek / Thomas Schirmböck, Kehrer, Heidelberg, ISBN 978-3-939583-25-7
  • First Architecture Art and Landscape Biennial of the Canaries, Ana Botella Diez del Corral / Rosa Suarez Vera, ISBN 978-84-7947-433-1
  • 2006 Inside-Out – Contemporary Artists from Israel, Octavio Zaya, MARCO Museum, Vigo, ISBN 84-934364-6-1
  • Fatamorgana- Illusion and Deception in Contemporary Art, Tami Katz-Freiman, Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa, Israel
  • New Art From London, Chris Townsend, Thames & Hudson, London, 2006, ISBN-13 978-0-500-28606-7, ISBN-10 0-500-28606-X
  • 2004 The Photograph as Contemporary Art, Charlotte Cotton, pp. 170-171, Thames & Hudson World of Art, ISBN 0-500-20380-6
  • Photo España 04, La Fabrica, Madrid. ISBN 84-9571-97-3
  • Tales of the City, British Council, Bologna Fiere, Italy. ISBN 88-422-1232-6
  • Young Israeli Art, The Jacques & Eugenie O’Hana Collection, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv. ISBN 965-7161-04-5
  • 2003 Up Close and Personal, Nottingham Castle Museum, Nottingham. ISBN 0-905-634-659
  • Strangers to Ourselves, The Metropole Galleries, Folkestone. ISBN 0-9518262-2-0
  • Israeli Contemporary Photography. Three Generations, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv. Cat. 8
  • Der Berg, Hans Gercke, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg. ISBN 3-933257-99-9
  • 2002 Reality Check, The British Council and The Photographers Gallery, London, UK. Cat. / Publ.
  • Non Places, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Lukas & Stenberg, Frankfurt am Main. ISBN 0-9711193-3-3
  • 2001 City Levels, Nick Barley and Ally Ireson, August/Birkhauser, London and Basel, pp. 24, 25, & 53
  • Six International Fototage, Herten, DAS Bild Forum, Germany. ISBN 3-7643-6315-0
  • 2000 Don’t Worry, published by Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Arts, London.
  • warningSHOTS!, published by Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds. ISDN 0-948092-44-0
  • A Case for Art: A Contemporary Art Collection, published by DLA & Partners, London
  • Don’t Worry, published by Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Arts, London
  • 1997 Para-Site, text by Denis Gielen “Passage autorisé”, Published by Gulden Vlies Galerijen, Brussels.
  • 1996 John Kobal Award, published by National Portrait Gallery, London.
  • After the Flood, text by Paul Kilsby. Published by Royal College of Art, London
  • Lightness & Weight, published by Not Cut, London


  • 2015 Kunstforum, Objektzerstörungen Vom versehrten Werk zur Realitätsverweigerung by Gunnar Schmidt, February 2015
  • Kunstforum, March 2015
  • 2011 A Thousand and One Nights, Or More, Sergio Rubira, Exit 43 – By Night, pp 16-32, 146.
  • Ori Gersht, Vicky Lowry, Elle Décor, October 2011, pp136-138.
  • Ori Gersht – Lost in Time, Santa Barbara Museum of Art – Bulletin, pp 2, 8-9.
  • 2010 Enigmatic Landscapes, Liz Wells, Exit 38 – Silent Landscapes, pp 38-45, 2-3, 32-33, ISSN 1577272-1.
  • Ori Gersht, Portfolio – Special 50th Edition, pp40-41, Issue 50, ISSN1354-4446.
  • The Drawbridge: Action, No.17, Summer 2010, Cover page, ISBN 9-771752-735014
  • Bang to  Beauty: A Conversation between Ori Gersht and Wang Lang, Wang Lang, Chinese Photography, Issue 7, July 2010, pp 58-69, ISSN 0529-6420
  • World Press Photo: Review June 2010, Personal Choice: Camilla Brown, June 2010, pp 16
  • Ori Gersht, MUSE, Issue 2, August 2010, pp14-15, ISBN 0-002000-523534
  • 2009 Ori Gersht, Paul Flynn, Artist Profile, pp60-64, Issue 8 2009, ISSN 1834-7940.
  • Ori Gersht puts five questions to David Claerbout, Modern Painters, p 80, May 2009, ISSN 0953-6698
  • Ori Gersht, Carol Armstrong, EIKON, pp 26-31, Issue 66, May 2009, ISBN 978-3-902250-47-6
  • Incursioni Spaziali, Fernanda Dix, Domus, pp 1,3 (cover story), no.923-03/09
  • Still Life Explosions, Joseph Caputo, Smithsonian Magazine, March 2009
  • 2008 Art and Violence: On Ori Gersht, Carol Armstrong, Portfolio, pp 22-29, No.47, May 2008, ISSN 1354-4446
  • Time After Time: Ori Gersht, Jean Wainwright, Next Level, pp 40-45, Edition 13, 2007, ISSN 1476-4369
  • 2007 What Can We Do with Photography?, Michael Schmidt, Art Monthly, pp 1-4, No 312, December 2007-January 2008
  • Exploding Flowers and Other Matters, Ori Gersht, Exit, pp 44-49, Issue 6-28, November 2007 – January 2008, ISSN 1577-272-1
  • The Ultimate Present, Jean Dykstra, Art On Paper, pp 34-35, vol.12, no.1, September/October 2007, ISSN 1521-7922
  • 50 British Artist  in This Time, Toyoko Ito, Avantgarde, pp 21, vol.2, 2007
  • War & Flowers & the Lessons in Between, Amanda Loomes, total:spec, pp 124-125, issue 25,October 2007
  • 2006 Blood Harvest: Ori Gersht, Skye Sherwin, Art Review, pp 6, 126-127, Issue 04, October 2006, ISSN 0004-4091
  • Selection of images; Front cover, pp 22, 56, 98, 120, 183, 201 The New Rainbow ( A Keshet Ahadasha), Issue 18 Winter 2006, ISSN 1565-3692
  • Toward The Re-Presentation Of History, in conversation with Richard Dyer, Plunk, pp 28-33, issue 28 Jan/Feb 2006, ISSN 14739933
  • Lest We Forget, Cent, pp.60-63, Issue6, Spring 2006,
  • Inside and Back covers, Day Light Magazine, Issue 4/2006, ISSN 1550-7343
  • 2005 Distilling The Essence, Miramda Gavin, Hot Shoe, Issue 138, October/November, pp 18-25
  • Being And Nothingness, Mark Rappolt, Modern Painters, April 20005, pp. 90-93, ISSN9536698
  • 2003 Interview with Jean Wainwright, Audio Art Magazine, Vol. 21, No. 2
  • Rear Window, AA Files, 49, 2003, pp. 70-75, ISSN  0261-6823, ISBN 1-902901-34-3
  • A Sense Of Place In The Work Of Ori Gersht & Shirin Neshat, Kathy Kunicki, Film Wave Magazine/ Art IN Sight, Issue 20, January 2003, pp. 5-7
  • Being There, Joanna Lowry, Photoworks, issue 2, pp32-35 Jan 2003, ISSN 1-903796-07-5
  • 2002 Being There, Swapna Tamhane, Flux, Issue 31, June/July 2002, pp. 32-33
  • The Knowledge Factory, David Brittain, Portfolio, No. 35, June 2002
  • Afterglow, Interview with Martin Coomer, Time Out London, , No. 1657, 15 May  2002
  • Ilan Nahshon, Interview for the weekend Supplement, Yediot Aharonot, 10 May 2002, pp  68-72
  • 2001 Ori Gersht: Afterwars, Morgan Falconer, , Art Review, July/August  2001
  • Afterwars,  AA  Files, 42, 2001, inside cover and pp. 36-38, ISSN  0261-6832, ISBN 1-902902-18-1
  • War Baby, Morgan Falconer, What’s On, 30 May  2001
  • White Noise, Muza Art Quarterly, 4, April 2001, pp. 64-65 (Hebrew)
  • 2000 Pitch, Studio Art Magazine, 116, August-September 2000, Tel Aviv,  cover and pp. 25-33 (Hebrew)
  • White Noise, Hotshoe International, May/June 2000, pp. 14 – 19
  • 1999 Afterwars, Bosnia, Portfolio, Edinburgh, Issue 30, November, pp. 46-48
  • Afterwars, Bosnia, Piers Masterson, Creative Camera, London, Issue 360, October-November, pp. 20-27
  • Afterwars, Bosnia, Zoo, London, Issue 3, October, pp. 310 – 311
  • Afterwars, Bosnia, Everything Magazine, London, Issue 2:4, pp. 26,27 & 30
  • Special for Studio: Afterwars and Rear Window, Studio Art Magazine, Tel Aviv, No. 101


  • 2012 Modern Art Notes Podcast, Episode 43, 31.8.2012
  • BBC The Strand, BBC Radio 4, 26.1.12 & BBC Worldwide, 1.2.2012
  • 2003 New Brit Art, Programme 3: Ori Gersht, BBC Radio 4, Presented by Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, producer Michael Nangla


  • 2012 Michael Prodger, Out of the Ghetto, The Guardian, October 2012
  • Jared Bowden, Ori Gersht: Seductive Art with a Statement, WGBH News, 6th September 2012
  • Hilarie M. Sheets, Beauty, Tender and Fleeting, Amid History’s Ire, The New York Times, 23rd August 2012
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston presents first survey of Ori Gersht’s career,, 28th August 2012
  • Joyce Harduvel, History Repeats itself in provocative MFA exhibit, Trufts Daily, 26th October 2012
  • Julie Eakin, The Lay of the Landscape: Photography in an Era of Change, Foreword, Fall 2012
  • Kay Bourne, Ori Gersht: History Repeating / Museum of Fine Arts, EDGE Boston, 3rd September 2012
  • Mark Feeney, Ori Gersht: a camera capturing deceptiveness and dualities, The Boston Globe, 30th August 2012
  • Chris Bergeron, At the MFA: Israeli artist Ori Gersht probes the spectre of conflict, The Milford Daily News / MetroWest Daily News, September 2012
  • Camilla Brown, Ori Gersht: This Storm Is What We Call Progress, Photomonitor, March 2012
  • Joanna Cresswell, On Show: Ori Gersht’s This Storm Is What We Call Progress, British Journal of Photography, February 2012
  • Julia Weiner,’ We have a responsibility to hold on to dark memories’, The Jewish Chronicle, 16th February 2012
  • Jonathan Jones, Exhibition of the week: Ori Gersht – This Storm Is What We Call Progress, The Guardian, 27th January 2012
  • Sue Steward, Ori Gersht: The storm is what we call progress, London Evening Standard, 25th January 2012
  • David Ondrik, photo-eye Book Reviews: Artist Book, photo-eye, July 2012
  • Rodrigo Orrantia, Artist Book, Photomonitor, April 2012
  • Photography: Artist Book, By Ori Gersht, The Independent, 11th March 2012
  • Martin Herbert, Ori Gersht: This Storm Is What We Call Progress, Time Out London, February 2012
  • 2011 Yaelle Amir, In The Still Life of the Night: Falling Petals – Ori Gersht, Art Slant, June 2011
  • Sarah E. Fensom, Still Life in Motion, Art Antiques, Summer 2011
  • Sharon Mizota, Art Review: Ori Gersht at Angles Gallery, Los Angeles Times, 16th June, 2011
  • Catlin Moore, Ori Gersht at Angles Gallery, Daily Serving, 30th May 2011
  • Kim Beil, Ori Gersht: Lost in Time, X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Volume 14, Number 2 Winter 2011, pp 53-57
  • Elizabeth Schwyzer, Ori Gersht: Lost In Time at SBMA, Santa Barbara Independent, June 2011
  • Ted Mills, Say it with Flowers, Santa Barbara News-Press, May 2011
  • Edward Goldman, With Art, There’s No Rest for the Wicked, Huffpost Arts, July 2011
  • Ori Gersht – Lost in Time, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, April-June 2011, p2
  • Jill Glessing, El Arte Del Comer: De La Naturaleza Muerta A Ferran Adria (The Art Of Eating: From “Still Life” To Ferran Adria, C Magazine, Issue 112, Winter 2011
  • Vicky Lowry, Ori Gersht, History Repeating, MFA Boston, Elle Décor, October 2011, No179, pp136-138
  • 2010 Martin Herbert, Ori Gersht – Places That Were Not, Mummery + Schnelle Gallery, Art Review, March 2010, p123
  • Laura Mclean-Ferris, London Reviews Marathon, Ori Gersht – Mummery + Schnelle, Art Review, April 2010, p89
  • Jean Wainwright, Ori Gersht – Places That Were Not, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London, Hotshoe, Feb-March 2010, pp 84-85
  • 2008 Miranda Gavin, Ori Gersht – Time After Time, Yale Centre for British Art, Yale University, Hot Shoe, December 2007 – January 2008, pp 66-67
  • 2007 Alicia Miller, The Shattering of Beauty and Frailty, Time After Time, Source, Winter 2007, pp68-69
  • Judy Birke, A family diary and the Holocaust inspire haunting Gersht work at Yale CBA, Yale Centre for British Art, Yale University, New Haven Register, November 25, 2007
  • Jakob Dorof, Ori Gershts ‘uniquely powerful’ video installation arrives at British Art Center, Yale Center for British Art Centre, Yale University, Yale News, December 2007, pp5
  • Holland Cotter, Snap judgements of Israel, More Than Words Can Say, Dateline Israel: New Photography & Video Art, Jewish Museum, The New York Times – The Arts, April 14
  • 2006 Michael Glover, Keep is short, keep it sweet, Single Shot, Tate Britain, The Times, Nov 8, pp 15
  • Gareth Evans, Experimental as anything, Single Shot, Tate Britain, Time Out London, Nov, pp 81, 88
  • Fiona Macdonald, Magic of the lens at twilight, Twilight, Victoria & Albert Museum, Metro, Oct 13, pp 37.
  • Helen Sumpter, Lost in the twilight zone, Twilight, Victoria & Albert Museum, Time Out London, Nov, 2006, pp 44.
  • Ariane Bankes, The witching Hour, Twilight, Victoria & Albert Museum, The Spectator, Oct 21, pp 60-61.
  • Semadar Sheffi, Liquidation, Noga Gallery, Haaretz Newspaper, Galleria Supplement Israel, Oct 20.
  • Eithan Bogonien, The Forest, Tel Aviv Museum, Globes Newspaper, Culture Supplement, Israel, Oct 8 2006, pp12.
  • Uzi Tzuor , Liquidation, Noga Gallery, Haaretz Newspaper, Literature & Culture Supplement, Israel, Sep 29, p-3
  • Dana Gillerman The Forest & Liquidation, Tel Aviv Museum & Noga Gallery, Haaretz Newspaper, Galleria Supplement, Sep 15, p 3, Israel.
  • Timothy Liu, Ori Gersht New York, Art Paper, May/June 2006, pp 64-65, ISSN15249581
  • Nancy Princenthal, Ori Gersht at CRG, The Forest, Art In America , May 2006, pp 184-185.
  • Toby Haggith, Ori Gersht–The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, Filmwaves / Art In-Sight, issue 30, pp. 16-18,ISSN 14604051.
  • Roy Exley, The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, Flash Art, vol XXXIX No 247, April 2006, p113.
  • Lucy Steeds, The Clearing, Photographers Gallery Art Review, March 2006 Volume LXII, p.126.
  • Sarah Kent, The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, Time Out London, January 25- Feb 1 2006, p.36, p.37 ( listed as Critic’s Choice).
  • Millie Simpson, The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, The Drawbridge, issue three, Autumn 2006, pp 1
  • Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, Critic’s Choice, Top Five Galleries, The Knowledge, The Times (Wales/West England), 11th-17th March, p.37
  • 2005 Adrian Searle, The Secrets Of The Forest, The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, The Guardian, Dec 20, G2 pp18-20.
  • Andrew Graham-Dixon, The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, Telegraph, Dec 11.
  • Hephzibah Anderson, The Clearing, Photographers Gallery, Critic’s Choice, Top Five Exhibitions, Evening Standard, Dec 8.
  • 2004 Lucy Soutter, Trees and Culture, Blaze, AMG Gallery, Source Mgazine, issue 41 Winter 2004, pp46-47, ISSN 13692224.
  • Edgy Armory Show In The Spotlight, Ghost, CRG Gallery, Art In America, Front Page pp47-48 Issue 5 May.
  • Simon Gould, London: The Austrian Cultural Forum, Contemporary Magazine, no70 2005, pp 66-67, ISSN14759853.
  • Catherine Morland, London: Andrew Mummery   Gallery: Blaze, Contemporary Magazine, no69, p76, ISSN14759853.
  • Helen Sumpter, Blaze,  Andrew Mummery, Time  Out London, October 11- 17.
  • Holly Myers, Sense of Mysticism  and Sense of Balance. Weathered but Living Ghost, Ghost, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles Times, June 18.
  • Tyler Green, LA Galleries Roundup, part two: Ori Gersht at Angles Gallery, Modern Art Notes, June 4.
  • Dana Gilerman, Blaze, Noga Gallery, Haaretz Newspaper, Galleria Supplement, Israel, Sep 2, pD4.
  • Ruti Director, Blaze, Noga Gallery, Hair Magazine Magazine,  Israel, Sep 9, p70.
  • Rivka Meir, Blaze, Noga Gallery , Time Out Tel Aviv, Israel, 9th-14th Sep, p89.
  • Nomi Siman-Tov, Blaze, Noga Gallery, Haaretz Newspaper ,Galleria Supplement, Israel, Sep 24, pD3
  • Ido Arrari, Blaze, Noga Gallery, Maariv, Newspaper, Culture Supplament Israel, Sep 24.
  • 2003 Brian Sholis, Ori Gersht – CRG Gallery, Flash Art International, No 229, March-April, p. 110-111.
  • Sarah Douglas, Ori Gersht, The Art Newspaper, No. 132, January.
  • 2002 Quotidien de la FIAC, Numéro 5, Les Journal des Art, October 24-28.
  • Jean Dykstra, Afterglow: Ori Gersht, Art on Paper, Vol. 7, No. 1, p. 110.
  • Sarah Douglas, Ori Gersht: White Noise, Angles Gallery Los Angeles, The Art Newspaper, No. 127, July-August, p. 9.
  • Sarah Kent, Afterglow, Tate Britain, Time Out London, 3-10 July, No. 1663.
  • Jean Wainwright, Ori Gersht, Art Monthly, July/August.
  • Jean Wainwright, Ori Gersht, PLUK, July/August.
  • Verena Kuni, Non Places, Kunstverein Frankfurt am Main, Frieze, issue 67 May, pp102-03.
  • Mark Kebble, World Cup, Angel Magazines, June.
  • Tali Garbuz, Afterglow (Tel Aviv Museum), Hair Magazine , 13 June.
  • Gil Goldfine, Afterglow Tel Aviv Museum, Jerusalem Post, May 31.
  • Uzi Tzuor , Two Photographers – Two Worlds, Haaretz Newspaper, Literature & Culture Supplement, Sep 15, pp 4-5.
  • Irina Gordon, Afterglow, Haaretz, Supplement, Israel, June.
  • Smadar Sheffi, Ephemeral Tracks, Haaretz Newspaper, Galeria, Israel, August 8.
  • Art Now – Ori Gersht: Afterglow,, May.
  • Joanna Pitman, A Voice From the Desert, The Times, Wednesday, May 29.
  • Martin Coomer, The Knowledge, Time Out London, May 15-22.
  • Rachel Whiters, Afterglow-Tate Britain, Mass Culture-Andrew Mummery Gallery, Art Forum OnLine .2001
  • Richard West, Afterwars, Source Magazine, Issue 28, Autumn  2001, pp. 46-47, ISSN 1369-2224.
  • Afterwars exhibit exposed in Belfast, Andersonstown News, June 9, p. 34.
  • Dana Gillerman, White Noise, Noga Gallery, Haaretz Newspaper, Galleria Supplement, Israel, April.
  • Gilad Melzer, White Noise, Noga Gallery, Yediot Aharonot  Newspaper, Israel, April.
  • Tali Garbuz, White Noise, Noga Gallery, Hair Magazine Magazine, Israel, 5 April, p.132.
  • 2000 Pitch, Chisnehale Gallery , Flash Art International, No. 214, October, p. 41, ISSN  7336-164783.
  • Mark Currah, Pitch, Chisnehale Gallery,, Time Out London, Issue 1573, October 11-18.
  • Simon Morley, Pitch, Chisnehale Gallery,, Independent on Sunday, October 8.
  • Simmy   Richman, They Think It’s All Over, Pitch, Chisnehale Gallery, Independent on Sunday, Sep.
  • Pitch, Chisnehale Gallery,, Hot Tickets, 22 September.
  • Adrian Searle, Warning SHOTS!, The Guardian, June.
  • Alison Green, Don’t Worry, Art Monthly, May/June.
  • 1999 Gilad Melzer, Vital Signs: Noga Gallery, Yediot Aharonot Newspaper, Israel, November.
  • Dana Gilerman, Vital Signs: Noga Gallery, Hair Magazine, Israel, October.
  • Yuav Shemueli, Vital Signs: Noga Gallery, Hair Magazine, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Piers Masterson, Afterwars, Art Paper, USA, September.
  • Julia Thrift, AfterWars, Time Out London, 16-23 June, No. 1504
  • Rebecca Geldard, AfterWars, magazine, 16 June.
  • Chris Townsend, AfterWars, HotShoe, June.
  • 1997 Pierre-Olivier Rollin, Para-site ‘Parasitisme’ Structurel, Art & Culture, Brussels, April.
  • 1996 Piers Masterson, Lightness & Weight, Birmingham, Untitled, September.
  • Lightness & Weight, Birmingham, Artists Newsletter, September, p. 27.
  • Sue Hubbard, Deep Signal, Time Out London, 18-25 September, p. 50.
  • 1995 Update, Art Review, May.
  • 1994 Hotshots: South Bank Photo Show, Time Out London, 15 – 22 June.
  • 1993 Shop Window, Art Review, April, p. 42.
  • 1992 Playing with Reality, New Moon, November.
  • People, HotShoe International, N° 64, p. 6.
  • Mark Little, Ori Gersht, The Crack, Newcastle, August, p. 39.