Sharone Lifschitz is an artist based in London. She trained as an architect at the Architectural Association and The Cooper Union before migrating her practice to fine art. Her moving image, urban interventions and text-based works centre on the creation of personal and collective narratives through personal encounters in relation to places and networks. She is currently working on a moving image work based on a series of conversations with the Chinese Pritzker Prize winning architect Wang Shu.
Select solo exhibitions to include the Jewish Museum Munich 2014 (catalogue by curators Emily D. Bilski and Bernhard Purin) and the Jewish Museum New York City 2011. Her project Speaking Germany is on permanent display on the facade of the Jewish Museum Munich since 2007.
Group shows include the Wroclaw Contemporary Museum; Haifa Museum of Art; Weltmuseum Wien; Kunsthaus Dresden; Musée d'Histoire de la Ville de Luxembourg; The Soap Factory, Minneapolis; and House of World Cultures, Berlin. She was awarded the 2010 Adi Foundation & Israel Museum Prize. In 2004 her project Speaking Germany won First Prize in the international competition for the inauguration commission for the new Jewish Museum Munich.
Recent awards include: Arts Council England (2018) and The Ostrovsky Experimental Film Fund (2017)
In 2017 she completed her PhD at the University of East London.
She is currently a lecturer in fine art (moving image) and architecture at the University of East London.