Archive of Author | Eran Gilat

Eran Gilat is a neuroscientist and avid fine art photographer. His scientific research focuses on the study of the mechanisms underlying epilepsy, as well as on the development of an innovative cure for this illness.

Eran’s photographic work was introduced in a solo exhibition at the New York Photography Festival (2011) and received highly supportive critical responses. His works have been shown in leading galleries in Israel and abroad, including: FOTO8, London; LensCulture FotoFest Paris; Lodz Grand Prix Fotofestiwal; Gallery Huit, Arles; Philadelphia Photo Arts Center; Cape Town Month of Photography (MoP5, 2012); the San Diego Museum of the Living Artist; Athens Photo Festival 2012; Millennium Images, (First Prize 2012); Edward Hopper House Art Center, Nyack, New York (Jury Recognition Award); the Cambridge University Gallery; the Photo Academy of Bulgaria; the On The Seam Museum, Jeruslam; the Griffin Museum of Photography, Boston; The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Colorado; NIKON Storytelling Award 2013, Tokyo; the Auckland Festival of Photography, New Zealand; “International Print Exhibition 157”, Royal Photographic Society, Bath; “The Brain”, New York Hall of Science (2014 – 15); Gera Museum, Serbia; PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont); Head On Photo Festival 2015, Sydney, Australia; Currently at Rehovot Municipal Art Gallery and Tel-Aviv Artists House, Israel. His photos have also been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, including: Sunday Times Spectrum, GUP Magazine, Trend Tablet, Tribe Magazine, L’Oeil de la Photo, PH Magazine, LensCulture, Art.Es Magazine, Prism, BLUR Magazine, Archivo, SHOT! Magazine, fotomagazine.hu, various South Korean photography magazines, Musיe Magazine, Slate, doc! photo magazine, and DIY Photography

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From ‘Life Science’

Eran Gilat is a neuroscientist and avid fine art photographer. His scientific research focuses on the study of the mechanisms underlying epilepsy, as well as on the development of an innovative cure for this illness. His latest book, ‘Life Science’, reflects his long lasting confrontation with biological tissues, contemplating issues of materialism, erotica, and mortality, corresponding with the complicated and intriguing category of “animal reminder” in the visual arts.