Gaston Zvi Ickowicz (b. 1974, Buenos Aires, immigrated to Israel in 1980) is a Visual Artist working with Video and Photography.
In his work Ickowicz explores the interaction between people and places in a charged socio-political context.
Ickowicz graduated with honors Photography Studies at Musrara School of Photography (2000), and Advanced Studies in Art and Photography in the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (2009). He exhibited widely both solo and group shows including in CCA- The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv (2016); Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv (2015); Tel Aviv Museum of Art (2011); the MACRO, Rome (2013); the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (2013); GRID 2012 - International Photography Biennale, Amsterdam (2012); Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York; The Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam (2008); and more.
Ickowicz has received numerous awards and prizes, including the Gerard Levi Young Photographer's Prize from the Israel Museum (2008) and the Young Artist Award from the Israeli Ministry of Culture (2010).
He currently lives and works in Tel Aviv.