Noé Katz
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Noé Katz, who will be featured in our future exhibition, Two Artists | One Space in April is a nationally and internationally known North Carolina artist. He was born in 1953 in Mexico City, Mexico and studied at the School of Design and Handicrafts of the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City with additional study at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, Italy. Katz, whose work has been compared to the masters of Mexican Modernism, is a multi-disciplinary artist who works in both two and three dimensional art forms.

Selected samples of Artist's body of work from Yoheved Katz on Vimeo.

His experience traverses a variety of media such as drawing, painting, sculpture, and mural painting. The artist has produced several major architectural commissions such as the aluminum wall reliefs for the Fiesta Americana Grand Chapultepec building in Mexico City, and the monumental "Kissing Doors" for the Tokoro Museum of Modern Art in Omishima, Japan. Katz's works are in international collections including the Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City, and the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California. The exquisite craftsmanship, sinuous lines, and gliding surfaces of Katzs works which combine the figure with objects and landscape communicate sensibilities of openness. For Two Artists | One Space Greenhill will present a selection of Katz's paintings and sculptures and prints.

An animated video of Katz's work introduced the Festival Internacional Cine Judio in Mexico City this year. 


The Festival Internacional Cine Judio is a non-profit, non-religious cultural organization in Mexico, with support from the National Council for Culture and Arts. 

By presenting the work of a variety of filmmakers from around the world, the FICJ (its initial in Spanish) brings the diversity and culture of the Jewish people to all of Mexico. They carry out this mission by organizing film festivals with Jewish themes at commecial and cultural venues in Mexico City and other important cities in Mexico.

By continuing to present film festivals in key cities across the nation, the FICJ will maintain its position as a vital cultural organization and key reference source as it promotes awareness and appreciation of Jewish cultural diversity.