Shalom Neuman has been a multi-sensory artist for over 45 years. His artwork seamlessly combines any and all media including but not limited to painting, sculpture, light, sound and movement/action.
In 2013 Shalom received the Galileo 2000 Prize for Art in Florence, Italy for his concept of Fusionism – the fusing of all artistic media.
He has dual residences and studios in New York and Prague and divides his time between the two.
He has taught at The Cooper Union, Parsons The New School for Design and has been a visiting lecturer at The School of Visual Arts, The Pratt Institute of Technology and Yale University.
He exhibits in the United States, South America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.