Noam Segal


Noam Segal is the LG Electronics Associate Curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC. She holds a Ph.D. in hermeneutics and culture studies (Bar Ilan University) and a BA in Philosophy and Political Science (Tel Aviv University). Segal’s work deals with the intersection of the digital, political and social in contemporary art, as well as colonial legacies and the communal modalities that counter these histories of exploitation.

Segal has collaborated with international art institutions. She was the curator of the 2020 Aurora Biennial (Dallas, TX), and was part of the curatorial team for the 12th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art (June 11 – September 18, 2022). Segal also curated a project for FRONT International 2022, Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art. Segal founded Rothschild 69, an independently funded, nonprofit art space in Tel Aviv and Programma Magazine, a bi-lingual art magazine. She served as guest editor for the Bezalel Journal of Visual and Material Culture and was the Curator of Public programs at La Panacée-MOCO (Montpellier). In 2011, Segal initiated and co-organized Bedaya (Beginning), the first symposium in Israel held entirely in Arabic at Rothschild 69.

She is a faculty member in the Curatorial Practice department at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. In 2020, Segal was a Visiting Scholar at the Tisch School of the Arts in the department of Performance Studies, and a Visiting Faculty member at Virginia Commonwealth University in the Department of Painting and Printmaking. She has held positions in curatorial studies, painting, photography, and art education at Bezalel Academy, Hamidrasha School of Art, and Minshar School of Art. Segal also held positions as a visiting lecturer, critic, and external reviewer at various venues