Nina Gershuni was born in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1944.
In 1961 she moved to Israel and completed a B.A at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Political Science and History.
The formative years of photography occurred during an 18 year sojourn in La Jolla, California during the burgeoning age of high tech architecture.
She studied B & W and color photography, respectively.
Following her initial interest in hi tech architecture she was driven to photograph new wings of old museums and entirely new museums by iconic architects;
I.M Pei, Frank Gehry and Maraio Botta and works by Calatrava. The aforementioned became a catalyst for exploration of spatial design and abstraction.
Recent photography explores both spatial content and abstractions of reality past, present and future.
2000: Jerusalem Theater for Performing Arts
2003: Beit Gavriel on the Kinneret, Art Gallery
2004: Jerusalem Theater for the Performing Arts
2006: Tel Aviv Cinematec Foyer Gallery
2010: Gan Shmuel Kibbutz Gallery
2015: Tishbi Winery Gallery
Other works may be viewed at: www.saatchi.com/ninag