Darius Gilmont – artist CV
2017 Galeria Al-Ha’Agam , Raanana (group exhibition)
2016 Summer Exhibition, Association of British Naive Artists.
2014 Songs of the Bible, Group exhibition, Israel Association of Illustrators.
2012 Solo exhibition, Center for Conservative Judaism, Jerusalem.
2011 Solo exhibition as Judaica artist, Brodt Center for Jewish Culture, Tel-Aviv.
2010 Solo exhibition as Judaica artist, Hod VeHadar synagogue, Kfar Saba.
2008 Group exhibition “Expo 2008” in the Jerusalem Theater.
2007 The Sunshine Monkeys – a cartoon fantasy, Solo exhibition, Tel-Aviv.
2005 “Open House” exhibition as Judaica artist, Municipality of Ra’anana, Israel.
2004 Group exhibition, Elizabeth Gallery, Ra’anana, Israel.
2003 Solo exhibition, Oklahoma Restaurant, Herzlia Pituach, Israel.
2001 Group exhibition, Ben Uri Gallery, London, UK.
2016 Children’s Bible (Parts 4 & 5 – Bamidbar and Devarim), Ariella Books.
2015 Children’s Bible (Part 3 – Vayikra), by Bruno Landthaler and Hanna Liss, Ariella Books.
2014 Children’s Bible (Part 2 – Shemot), by Bruno Landthaler and Hanna Liss, Ariella Books.
2014 Children’s Bible (Part 1 Bereishit), by Bruno Landthaler and Hanna Liss, Ariella Books.
2010 Three Men in a Boat, by Jerome K. Jerome (adaptation), ELT Publishing
2009 A Foreigner in Australia, by Fiona Smith, ELT Publishing
2005 A Sense of Danger, by Tracy Simmonds, ELT Publishing
2003 Sanouk and the Elephant, by Maureen Reynolds, ELT Publishing
2003 A Foreigner in New York, by Ramon Ybarra Rubio, ELT Publishing
2002 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, by Mark Twain, ELT Publishing
2001 Danger at Shark Rock, by Pauline Francis, ELT Publishing
2001 A Foreigner in Britain, by Ramon Ybarra Rubio, ELT Publishing
1983 Modern Jewish History, by Robin Spiro, (unpublished project)
1982 Quy’s Journey, by Louise Morris – privately published – English language reader for Vietnamese refugees.
Newspaper Cartoons and Illustrations
1995-97 The Jerusalem Post and The Jerusalem Report – illustrations and political cartoons
1993 The Independent and The Daily Telegraph – political leader-page cartoons, with Peter Waddington (writer)