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Ariel Basson Freiberg

Ariel Basson Freiberg

Born in Texas of Iraqi/Israeli background, Ariel Freigberg has a MFA in painting from Boston University and a BA from Smith College. She has had multiple solo and group shows and including exhibitions at Faction Art Projects, Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Howard Yezerski Gallery, Samson Projects, Dartmouth College, Tufts Art Gallery, Northeastern University, Danforth Museum, and the Art Center of Macedonia. Her work is reviewed in ARTnews, Boston Globe, Big Red and Shiny, and featured in Modern Painters for the Tenot Foundation Bursary for the residency, Camac in France. In addition, performance and installation, Love Like Salt, was exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston in June 2017. In December 2017, Ariel completed a large-scale installation commission, Ziv, for the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and the Jewish Arts Collaborative. In 2019, Ariel was an artist in resident at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCA) the summer of 2019. While at Mass MoCA, she collaborated with the School of Dance at Jacob’s Pillow. May 2020 the City of Boston announced Ariel as a recipient of a Transformative Art Grant. In 2021 Ariel was a CJP (Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Arts and culture grant recipient. Ariel is an inspired collaborator and educator and is currently a Professor and Coordinator of the Post-Baccalaureate Studio Art Program at Brandeis University.