| Israeli, Jewish|
27 November 1994
| Israeli art|
| 12 August 1938Kibbutz Gan Shmuel, Mandatory Palestine|
Dalia Amotz (12 August 1938 - 27 November 1994) was an Israeli photographer.
Dalia Amotz Wikipedia
Dalia Amotz, born in Kibbutz Gan Shmuel, she moved to Jerusalem from 1962. She was the daughter of Yaffa and Isaac Gleicher. In 1973 she presented her first solo exhibition, entitled "Dir Samit". In 1990 she won an Oscar Handler Prize from the Ghetto Fighters' Kibbutz. In 2000, an exhibition of her works was held at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art entitled "The Dark Land, Fields of Light" as part her posthumously receiving the Constantiner Prize.
She died in 1994.
Dalia Amotz works are part of Israel Museum in Jerusalem.1977 The Enrique Kavlin Photography Prize, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
1990 Oskar Handler Award, Ghetto Fighters' House
2000 The Constantiner Photography Award for an Israeli Artist, Tel Aviv Museum of Art