Zohar Gotesman (1979, in Israel) is a sculptor based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Gotesman is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. Between 2011-12 Zohar spent a year in Carrara, Italy, where he studied traditional marble carving. He is also a graduated from the Archeology department of Ben-Gurion university.
Zohar has won the prestige Outset Israel Art Support Fund. He is the recipient of the Nata Dushnitsky-Kaplan Foundation Fund, the Young Artist Award of the Israeli ministry of Culture and the America-Israel Cultural Foundation award. He has received support from the Pais Institute.
Zohar exhibited solo exhibitions at Rosenfeld Gallery in Tel Aviv. His upcoming solo show, DOG DISH, will open at the Tel Aviv Museum in September 2017. Gotesman exhibits excessively at major group exhibitions in well-known museums and galleries in Israel and abroad, among them at the Petach Tikvah Museum, the Tel Aviv museum, at the Kade Amersfoort, the Netherlands, the LeRoy Neiman Gallery at Colombia University, New York, The Israeli Center for Digital Art, The Artists House, Tel Aviv, Hezi Cohen gallery, Tel Aviv, and many more.
He has permanent public sculptures in Jerusalem, Haifa and Modiin, and his sculptures are in private collections in Israel and around the world.