Tami Katz-Freiman is an art historian, curator and critic, based in Miami and Tel Aviv, where she works as an independent curator of contemporary art. From 2005-2010 she was the Chief Curator of the Haifa Museum of Art (HMA) in Israel. She started her curatorial practice in 1992 and over the years she has curated numerous group and solo exhibitions in prominent museums in Israel and the US, where she lived and worked also between 1994 and 1999. In the years 2008-2010 she was teaching Feminism and Contemporary Art at the Department of Art History at the Tel Aviv University and curatorial studies at the International Curatorial Program of the Kalisher School of Art and Technology in Tel Aviv. In addition to essays for catalogues and books published in conjunction with the exhibitions she has curated, Katz-Freiman has written numerous articles, essays, and reviews addressing various issues in contemporary art. In 2012 she curated two major exhibitions: Critical Mass: Contemporary Art from India for the new wing of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and UNNATURAL for the Bass Museum, Miami Beach. She is part of the professional committee for Miami-Dade County’s Art in Public Places program and a member of IKT and AICA/USA, the International Association of Art Critics. In 2017 she curated Sun Stand Still by Gal Weinstein for the Israeli Pavilion in the 57th International Art Exhibition (2017), La Biennale di Venezia. Since 2022 Katz-Freiman moved back to Tel Aviv, where she is teaching at the Institute for Israeli Art at the Academic College of Tel Aviv-Jafo, Israel’s leading center for the study of Israeli art history and curating.