Philip Rantzer (1958-), b. Romania. 196 Immigrated to Israel. Lives and works in Tel-Aviv. Since 22 Head of the Department of Art Creation, University of Haifa Since 1993 Teaches sculpture at the Art Teachers' Training College, Ramat Hasharon & Beit Berl Since 1989 Senior Lecturer at the University of Haifa 1979-1982 Studied at the Art Teachers' Training College.
Selected Solo Exhibitions: 27, Selected Works 1992-27, Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv; 25, The Five Continents, Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv; 23 Brancuzi & Friend, The National Museum for Contemporary Art, Bucharest Romania; WOW! Look! Look!, Nachshon Gallery, Kibbutz Nachshon; 22 No no no don't leave me alone here, Tel Aviv Museum, Israel 2 La Cura Di Bellezza ('Beauty Treatment'), Montemarcello, Italy (cat) 2 The Carpenter and the Seamstress, Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Awards: 1997 The Mendel and Eva Pundik Prize for Israeli Art, Tel Aviv Museum 1997 Heitland Foundation Award, Celle, Germany 1994 The Israeli Ministry of Education and Culture Creation Award 1993 America – Israel Culture Foundation Award 199 The Ministry of Education and Culture Prize for Painting and Sculpture 1989 The Kolliner Prize for a Young Artist, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem 1988 Young Artist Prize, The Israeli Ministry of Education and Culture.