Sally Haftel Naveh is a contemporary art curator and BA and MA graduate of Art History from Tel Aviv University, Isreal. From the late 1990s onwards she began working as a curator and gallery director in commercial galleries such as Bineth and Braverman Gallery. She has been an independent curator since 2008, curating shows for alternative and nonprofit spaces in Tel Aviv. She worked as a curator and director at Tel Aviv’s municipal gallery Kav 16 – Community Gallery for Contemporary Art (2010–2013). She also curated public art projects such as Loving Art. Making Art for the municipality of Tel Aviv and large-scale group shows for different museums such as Re: Visiting Rockefeller, Rockefeller Museum of Art, Israel Museum, and 8 Cube, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, as well as solo shows by Nevet Yizhak, Orient Express at L.A Mayer Islamic Museum of Art, Jerusalem, and Tal Frank, Tie Break at Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art. She teaches in the preparatory program at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and the curatorial program at The Technion, Tel Aviv extension.