Michal Rovner was born in 1957 in Israel. Rovner founded the “Camera Obscura” school for photography and art, while studying photography at Bezalel, Jerusalem.
In 1996, at the time of “The Grapes of Wrath” operation, Rovner took pictures at the border with Lebanon. Her work was presented at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. From there she started travelling the world.
In 2000 she presented a breathtaking display in 17 windows facing Park Avenue in Manhattan.
In 2002, the Whitey Museum presented for the first time an exhibition by an Israeli artist.
In 2003 she represented Israel in the Biennale in Venice. In 2005, first Biennale in Moscow.
Her video art “View of Life”, opens the exhibition at the new Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum.
The Jeude Paume Museum in france chose to display Rovner’s work on the exterior wall of the museum, making Rovner the first Israeli artist to become a part of the Parisian Vies.
Rovner is the most successful Israeli artist in the world that presented and still presents in many exhibitions around the world.