Michal Greenboim (Israeli/USA, ) is an internationally-exhibited artist, with her work held in several solo shows, at institutions such as the Griffin Museum of Photography, FotoNostrum Gallery and Davis Orton Gallery. Her photographs are the subject of two monographs, Orchard trail (Self-published, 2016), On Our Journey Home (Artist book and self, 2021). She was also made a short film, But I am here (self 2019) an environmental project.
Her work has been recognized with awards including The 14th Pollux awards, Winner (2019), Julia Margaret award, honorable mention (2019), LACP 4th member show, winner (2017), PDN Exposure Award (2017). Color award, honorable mention, (2017), PDN sense of place award, 3rd place (2016) and International Photography Award, honorable mention, (2016).
Her work has also been shown at Foto Nostrum, Spain (2020), at the Griffin Museum of Photography, MA, (2018 & 2019), Center for the photography arts, CA (2019), A, Smith Gallery, Tx (2018 & 2019), San Diego Museum of photographic Arts, CA (2018), Los Angeles center for the photography, CA (2016 & 2017), Davis Orton Gallery, NY (2017), Tilt Gallery, AZ (2017), Photoplace, VT,(2017),
Her work has been published in Bnei Brith Magazine (2019), Boston Globe (2018), Center for photographic Art, (2019), A Smith Gallery Catalogue,(2018 & 2019) Millennium Images (2018), What You Will Remember (2018), Under exposed Magazine, (2017), All About Photo (2017 Foto Nostrum Gallery Magazine (2021)
Michel holds a Master in Fine Arts (MFA) in Media Arts at Maine Media College, Rockport, Maine.