Roni Packer is a painter who prioritizes the paint over the image. Her spacious paintings and installations are a material and formal explorations that invariably put color at their core. Born and raised in Tel Aviv, Packer moved to the United States in 2014. She received her MFA from The University of Illinois-Chicago in 2017. Packer’s work has been shown in various spaces in the United States, including Hyde Park Art Center, 6018 North, UIMA, Aspect/Ratio, Roots and Culture, Heaven Gallery, and Gallery 400, as well as in Benyamini House, Mani House, and the Open Museum in Israel.
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