Born in 1989 in in Tel Aviv, lives and works in Tel Aviv.
Nitzan Mintz is an artist and a street-poet based in Tel Aviv. She graduated from The Department of Fine Art and the Department of Creative Writing at Minshar College, Tel Aviv, and from the Helicon School of Creative Writing, Tel Aviv.
Mintz’s work is created both in the public sphere, outdoors and between the studio walls, indoors. In her process she integrates her textual work with the material that contains it and its physical, actual location in the street. Her poems combine the personal with the political; they are written out of an internal urge to verbalize mental processes which respond to the outside world. The locations she selects for her pieces in the urban sphere charges them with social and political meanings.
Mintz has showcased her work in galleries, and art venues in Israel and abroad such as Die Farberei Gallery, Munich, NEUROTITAN Gallery, Berlin, Jan Arnold Gallery, Vienna; Nahum Gutman Museum, Tel Aviv, Janco-Dada Museum, Ein-Hod, Ilana Gur Museum, Jaffa, and more.