Tamar Hirschl was born in Zagreb, Croatia and lives and works in New York, NY and Tel Aviv, Israel. Her work primarily deals with the effects of political unrest, human conflict and urbanism on the environment. Her work was on view during the summer of 2014 at the Ramat Gan Museum of Israeli Art, in the solo exhibition, The Testimony of the Deer. Past solo exhibitions include those at the Queens Museum; the Hebrew Union College JIR Museum; Lincoln Center (all New York, NY); the Mizel Museum (Denver, CO); The Philadelphia Art Alliance; the Zagreb Museum Center; the Mestrovic National Gallery (Split, Croatia,); and Scope (Basel, Switzerland). Group exhibitions include those at NurtureArt (Brooklyn, NY); the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and The Synagogue for the Arts (New York, NY); the Contemporary Arts Center (New Orleans, LA); the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art; the 51st Venice Biennale; and the 9th International Istanbul Biennial, among others. Her work is included in the collections of the Queens Museum, Tel Aviv Museum, and The William J. Clinton Library, and a number of private and corporate collections.