Merav Shinn Ben-Alon (1965) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Tel-Aviv who works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, writing and installation. She graduated with honors from the Fine Arts Department at Bezalel (1990), studied in the New York Studio School art program (1991) and earned a Master's Degree with honors from the Multidisciplinary Program of the Faculty of the Arts at Tel Aviv University (2013).
Her works were featured in group exhibitions at Tel-Aviv Museum of Art (2015) Haifa Museum of Art (2013), Petach Tikva Museum of Art (2011), The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (2006) the Ein Harod Museum of Art (2003), Watari Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (2000) and Zenit Gallery, Copenhagen (1996). and in solo exhibitions at Ha' Kibbutz Art Gallery in Tel Aviv (2015), The Tmuna Theater Gallery in Tel Aviv (2005), Nachshon Gallery in Kibbutz Nachshon (2003) The Borochov Gallery in Tel Aviv (1996) Her works are included in prominent collections.
In 2018 she won the Mifal Ha'pais grant for publication of an artist book.
She is a two-time recipient of the Artistic Encouragement Award of the Israeli Ministry of Culture (2005) (2014), won the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Prize (1989) and two excellence awards during her Bachelor's Degree (1988, 1990). In 2014 she won a Studio Space Scholarship at The Tel-Aviv Artist's Studios, where she is working since than.
In September 2015 she participated in the Artist-in- Residency Program, “Mark Rothko 2015” International Painting Symposium, Mark Rothko Art Centre, Daugavpils Latvia.On June 2016 she exhibited at The NorArt Internationl Art Exhibition, Germany.
Her project with the German Artist Janine Gerber took place at K70 Kuntsraum, Lubeck Germany on June 2018, and in Minshar Gallery in Tel-Aviv on Dec 2018. This project won the exhibition support grant from
The Arts Department, Culture Division of Tel-Aviv- Yafo Municipality and the Yehoshua Rabinovich. Foundation for the Arts, Tel-Aviv
On November 2018 she has participated in the group show 'Syntax Error' in London. in 2019 she is showing her work at Xpon-Art Gallery in Hamburg.