Anna Perach (1985, USSR) is a Ukrainian born Israeli artist living and working in London, UK. She holds an MFA in fine art (distinction) from Goldsmiths, University of London (2020). She has exhibited internationally at galleries including: White Cube gallery (London, UK), Saatchi Gallery (London, UK), ADA gallery (Rome, Italy) and Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art (Herzliya, Israel). In 2021 Anna took part in Arco Madrid 2021 with The Ryder gallery. In 2020 she received a studio award with Sarabande,The Lee Alexander McQueen foundation as well as the Gilbert Bayes award. In the same year, Anna was awarded a grant for the production of new work from Procreate Project via the Arts Council England. Recent publications include Calvert Journal and Artforum. 


2020         MFA in Fine Art (distinction), Goldsmiths University

                 of London, London, UK

2008         BFA in Fine Art, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design,

                 Department of Fine Arts, Jerusalem, Israel

2006         Academy of Fine Arts Münster. Germany


2021        The moon Prophecy, Herzliya Museum of contemporary art,

                Herzliya, Israel

                Gasp, ADA, Rome, Italy


2021        Served, Sarabande foundation summer show, London, UK 


                Arco Madrid, The Ryder Projects. Madrid, Spain 


                Staying with the trouble, l’étrangère,

                hosted by Austin Desmond Fine Art, London, UK


                The Sun and the Moon, Vitrine, Basel, Switzerland


                “Touch Me Not”, The Ryder Projects, Madrid, Spain

2020        Seven Wives, Goldsmiths University of London, London, UK 


                The Ingram Prize 2020 shortlisted exhibition, London, UK


                Identity, Jüdische Gemeinde, Frankfurt, Germany


                In Stitches, Larsen Warner, Stockholm, Sweden


                London Grads Now, Saatchi gallery, London, UK


                Storia Notturna, Centrale Feis, Italy


                Tomorrow: London, online exhibition, White cube gallery,

                London, UK


                Birth Rites Collection Biennial Competition for

                New Works 2020 finalist


                Ridiculous, Elephant West, London. UK. 

2019       Parade, Broadway Gallery, Letchworth, UK


               Mother of Egg, Letrangere, London, UK


               Black Swan Art ptrize (shortlisted), Frome, UK


               Textus Ex Machina, aqb Project Space, Budapest, Hungary


               Mostyn open 21 shortlisted exhibition, MOSTYN,

               Llandudno, Wales


               Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize shortlisted exhibition,

               Ashurst, London, UK


               The Mother Art Prize 2019, Mimosa House, London, UK 


2018          Asylum Arts, International Jewish artist retreat,

                  Garrison, NY, US


2020        Gilbert Bayes Award

2020        Sarabande Foundation Studio Award

2020        Procreate Project, commission to develop a new project and

                support artists mothers, Supported by Arts Council England

2009        Sharett Foundation Scholarship for Plastic Art