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Mitya and Natasha

Mitya Zilberstein and Natasha Tazbash

Mitya Zilberstein and Natasha Tazbash are a duo of artists. Their creative partnership is characterized by a diverse approach to media, encompassing illustrations, videos, installations, objects, and texts. In their work and research, they explore the rich imagery and symbolism of Jewish culture, offering a contemporary, critical reinterpretation that challenges conventional perspectives and narratives.


Mitya studied in the Jewish Studies program 'Project Judaica' in Moscow, organized by JTS, and has additional education from the Moscow Anthropological School and the Institute of Contemporary Art.  Natasha holds a bachelor's degree in Cultural Studies and is a professional photographer.


Mitya was raised between Ukraine and Russia, while Natasha was born in Moscow. The couple moved to Israel in 2022 after a full-scale invasion of Ukraine and now live in Kibbutz Hanaton.

Some of their previous artwork can be seen here.



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