Fine artist Hagar Vardimon is known for her threads and paper works.
She earned her B.F.A degree at Bezalel academy.
Her work has been seen both nationally and internationally including Robert Mann Gallery in New York, USA; The Schneider Museum of Art in Oregon, USA; Bedford Gallery in California, USA; Photo Biennale in Ireland; MK gallery, UK; Museum of Musée de Sant Cugat in Catalogne, Spain; Yorkshire Museum in York, UK; 2016 Fresh start in Los Angeles, USA; Galerie XS in Delft, The Netherlands; Musée des Beaux-Arts d’Anger in Angers, France and many other places in Europe and Worldwide.
Her work has been reviewed in local and national publications including the Village Voice, Needle Work: Stitched illustration, Monsa publication, The Textile Art Magazine, Frankie Magazine, Uppercase Magazine, Musee Magazine, A5 Magazine and more. In 2012, an artist book about her art “Coutures” was published by the French publisher Edition Marguerite Waknine.
In 2015 she won the Aesthetica long list Art prize.
Hagar lives and works in the center of Amsterdam in the Netherlands with her husband Sjoerd and their two kids.