Dan Reisinger was born in Serbia in 1934 and immigrated to Israel in 1949. He studied at the Bezalel School of Art, Jerusalem, where his teachers were Ardon, Ascheim and Steinhardt. He was awarded the Struck Prize in 1953 and in 1954 gained the Israel Army Art Prize. He first exhibited in Jerusalem in 1957, and later went to Brussels, where he held his first solo show in the same year. In 1958, he won first prize in a poster competition for the International Science Pavilion at Brussels World Fair. He has also exhibited in Amsterdam, New York and Haifa. His first solo show in London was at Ben Uri in 1960.
Object type print
Materials and techniques lithography (technique)
Signed (lower left): 'Dan Reisinger' and (lower right) 'Dan Reisinger '93'
Acquisition Presented by Mrs Helen Draper 2016
Accession number 2016-21
Display status not on display