Malka Tsentsiper was born in Vilnius, Lithuania and in 1966 immigrated to Israel.
Malka studied Mathematics in Technion, Haifa, and Musicology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
After completing her university studies Malka worked as computer programmer. At the same time she started her Art studies.
In 1998 Malka Tsentsiper has left her previous occupation and fully devoted herself to art.
Today Malka’s paintings and sculptures are known in Israel and abroad (USA, France, Spain, Mexico, Greece, Germany etc.), incl. Museum of Russian Art in New Jersey; National Museum of Art of Belarus; Latvian Naïve Art Museum, Riga, Latvia; Musee d’art Naif de Magog, Quebec, Canada.
Member - Professional Visual Artists Association of Israel
International Association of Art (aff. UNESCO)
2003 – 2016 Group and personal exhibitions in Israel, France, Germany, Portugal, Poland, USA, Canada, frm. USSR, and other
Most Important Exhibitions:
2008 - 60 years of Israel, National Art museum, Clij, Romania
2009 - 3rd Art Festival “Tradition and Contemporaneity”, Moscow, Russia
Winner in the nomination “For unique national originality” with painting “Wedding Whirl”
2010 - National Art Museum, Minsk, Belarus
Mark Shagal Memorial House and Art Center, Vitebsk, Belarus
2011 - Jerusalem Theatre, Jerusalem, Israel
2012 - “Kaleidoscope of Israeli Art”, Museum of Russian Art, Jersey City, NJ, USA
2012, 2014 - Franco-Israeli Salon d’Autumn, Tel-Aviv - Jaffa, Israel
2012 - Festivals of Naïve Art, Katovitze, Poland and Jerusalem, Isreal
2013 - Latvian Museum of Naïve Art, Riga, Latvia
2014 - REVIM-2014, Musee d’art Naif de Magog, Quebec, Canada
8th Art Festival “Tradition and Contemporaneity”, Lisbon, Portugal
Nominated for award “For unique national originality” with painting "Scenic Tango"
2016 - 10th Art Festival “Tradition and Contemporaneity”, Moscow, Russia
Awarded Special Diploma of Honor “Applause of the Jury”