Managing Director at the Estate of Video Artist Buky Schwartz. Buky Schwartz was one of the early pioneers of video art movement that started in the mid-70’s. Acclaimed in three worlds – Europe, Israel, and the United States – Schwartz work has been included in the Venice Biennale (1966), the Whitney Biennial (1981) in New York, the Carnegie International (1982) in Pittsburgh, and Documenta (1987) in Kassel. He was also represented in such leading historical surveys of video art as A History of Video Art (1984) at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and Video Skulptur (1989), Cologne. His work has had numerous presentations in one-person and group exhibitions at galleries and museums throughout the world and is included in several private and public collections, most notably: Whitney Museum, N.Y.C, and Guggenheim Museum, N.Y.C.
In 2015-2016, I established a joint research program with NYU Moving Image Archiving & Preservation and the University of Miami to preserve the Work of Buky Schwartz work.