About Dr. Nathan Harpaz

Dr. Nathan Harpaz is an art historian and a museum professional. He earned degrees in Psychology and Art History from
Tel Aviv University and a doctoral degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Union Institute & University, Cincinnati, OH.
He is a former art museum director in Tel Aviv, Israel and an expert on the early architecture of Tel Aviv. Dr. Harpaz is
currently the director of the Koehnline Museum of Art near Chicago and he teaches art history and museum studies.  

For more biographical information:

Curriculum Vita (PDF)  


Dr. Harpaz (left) with Dr. Micha Gross (2nd left) during a presentation
of his new book at the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv

     Dr. Harpaz with artist Judy Chicago at the Koehnline Museum of Art
Dr. Harpaz with Dr. Margaret Burroughs at Oakton College, March 2008
Dr. Harpaz with artist Richard Hunt, at the artist's Lill Street Studio in Chicago, June 2014
Dr. Harpaz with Channel 11 “Chicago Tonight” crew on
Oakton's Campus during the exhibition "Sculpture Invasion"
               Dr. Harpaz on Channel 11 “Chicago Tonight” talking about
               Chicago artist Gregory Orloff

Dr. Harpaz on Channel 11 “Chicago Tonight” talking about Chicago
artist Morris Topchevsky
Dr. Harpaz on Channel 11 “Chicago Tonight” talking about Chicago
artist Egon Weiner

Chicago Reader's cover-page story about Gift to Biro-Bidjan

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Dr. Harpaz on Channel 11 “Chicago Tonight” talking about the exhibition
Art After 1600 Fahrenheit: Enamel Painting in Chicago

Dr. Harpaz in an interview for Objective