Yuval Pudik (1978, Israel) is a multidisciplinary artist
who has exhibited widely throughout the United Stated, Europe and the Middle East. After graduating from Kalisher College of Art and the College of Technology and Art, both in Tel Aviv, Pudik continued his education in New York at The New School and New York University. He has been featured in Art in America, San Francisco Chronicle, and Sang Bleu Magazine, ARTnews, GLUE Magazine in addition to publishing Better Becoming, a catalog with Cederteg Press, Stockholm, Sweden. Pudik currently lives and works in New York and Paris.

Recent solo exhibitions include: 

Such Such Were The Joys (2018) at Gavlak Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; KANADA (2016) at Cash Machine, Los Angeles, CA; Old Fires Were Burning (2015) at Gavlak, Los Angeles, CA; Such As Him (2014) at Vibiana, Los Angeles, CA; Some of My Equals (2011) at Jessica Silverman, San Francisco, CA; Fallen Ecotones (2011) at VOLTA, New York, NY; and Enduring Patiently (2009) at Jessica Silverman, San Francisco, CA. Pudik’s work has been included in group exhibitions at Council Street Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Rebecca Cmacho, San Francisco, CA; Ochi Projects, Los Angeles, CA; ACME Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Torrence At Museum, Torrence, CA; Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA; Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA; MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House, Los Angeles, CA; Angstrom Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; The Public Trust, Dallas, TX; Lisa Boyle Gallery, Chicago, IL; and See Line Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.