Avi Albers Ben Chamo
The Wrong Strips

With my work I'm first committed to peace and Dialogue, through art and music to promote intercultural dialogue in any way I can.



Avi Albers Ben Chamo (1973) is an Israeli painter and composer based in Berlin, who is active as a painter, musician and Jewish choral music composer.

Born in Israel, Haifa-Bat Galim to a Jewish family from Morocco. Avi studied design at the WIZO Haifa Academy of Design in Israel and music composition with composer and Bach researcher Professor Derek Remes, in Berlin. Some of Avi's compositions "Shabbat Shalom" and "Im Ninalu" were preformed at Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Gewandhaus Leipzig and at the Berlin Philharmonie.  

From 1994 to 2001 Avi was a main retail shop designer, (Solgar in Israel, Hamashbir, ID-Design and head retail designer). Avi's work has been shown in exhibitions in Israel and Berlin, including "This is not Naples, this is Haifa" - exhibition sponsored by the Municipality of Haifa (2001);  "Holiday in the refineries of Haifa", towards zero pollution for air, water and soil, Israel (2003); Premarts gallery - Group exhibition, Berlin (2019); “The Kiosk People ,” Indie head Alexanderplatz, - Group exhibition, Berlin (2022); “Maroquinerie,” solo exhibition, Gallery Stanton, Israel; Solo exhibition at Fundburo Design in 2023, Berlin. His current work "Reinventing myself" is presented now at Katulki Cafe, Berlin. 

Avi is an active member in two peace project: 

Sistanagila the Iran - Israel music project as a composer and band member.

The Jewish Choral Book Project the German Israeli culture bridge project as a composer. 

Avi currently lives and works in Berlin.

Avi Albers Ben Chamo 

With my wife and the former BBC British art historian and one of the world leading art critic Andrew Graham Dixon at the The Reform Club London and at the national Gallery in London.