Yael Rosenblut studied Design at the Jerusalem Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, where she was always linked to the avant garde, since the school received visits from international artists such as Orlan and Zvi Goldstein. Five years later she returned to Chile to study Art at the Pontifical Catholic University of Santiago, graduating in 2005.

During that period, she devoted herself to making video art professionally; these works were presented in important exhibitions around the world and an individual exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago [more information in the blog]. The videos were about the art scene: the circuit and its market. She was always interested in the articulation of said scene, accompanied by a favorable instinct and ability to the production and commercialization of works.

This is how she created group exhibitions by important video artists such as Julian Rosefeldt, Martin Ebner, Pat Mc Elnea, Reynold Reynolds, Patrick Jolley, Dana Bell and Christoph Draeger during her first period in New York (2003-2008) contravening the wrong perception of the time about video as an art form difficult to sell.

In her second term in New York (2013-2017) she became acquainted with the international contemporary art scene more deeply. She managed to incorporate and position new artists in said market, such as José Pedro Godoy, Gag Ball, Guillermo Lorca, Beatrice Di Girolamo, Chiachio & Giannone, Oswaldo Ruiz, Jason Mones and Aaron Gilbert.

Mrs. Rosenblut held exhibitions in different art venues and was invited to the Cutlog Art Fair 2013. Her first gallery project -Yael Rosenblut Gallery- was an itinerant project with a portfolio of emerging and established artists, participating in more than twenty-five fairs such as ZoNa Maco [DF Mexico], ARCO [Madrid], Art Toronto [Canada], Art Lima [Peru]. [Link to timeline]

Yael Rosenblut’s trademark is a product of her experience: clarity and vision on art and its market.