Dov Lederberg
Since 2009

BIO
Dov Lederberg grew up in the Philadelphia area (Central HS 211) and began his involvement in the arts at Haverford College and the Columbia University Graduate School of Fine Arts, concentrating on the experimental film, and became an active film-maker within The New American Underground. One of his works, entitled "Eargogh", an interpretation of the life of Vincent Van Gogh starring Jack Smith and Marie Mencken, was widely screened at the time, including the Canyon Cinema in Berkeley.
Between 1970 and 1994 he worked as an independent film director, mainly for Israel Television, making documentary and educational films.
Since 1983 Dov has been deeply involved in using new art mediums and techniques to express the subtle ideas of Jewish mystical teachings and meditation. His current work is involved with Kabbalah Mandalas and visual paradigms for Dialogue. His paintings and video art are exhibited in museums and galleries in the United States and Israel.