|Home town||Englewood, NJ|
Irmari Nacht is notable because her art has been exhibited in every major museum in New Jersey, including the Newark Museum, NJ State Museum, Morris Museum, Montclair Art Museum. It is in several corporate and public collections, such as AT&T, PSE&G, ADP, NewarkMuseum, International Museum of Collage, Mexico, Bowdoin College, Jimmy Carter Museum, Cleveland Art institute, and Yale Art Museum. She has exhibited internationally, as well as nationally, and received two NewJersey State Council on the Arts Fellowships in Sculpture. She received a second Puffin Foundation Grant for “Who Am I?” an interactive project where the viewer becomes part of the artwork.  Ms. Nacht is also a free lance artist/illustrator and has her own graphic design studio.  She was chairperson of the Banner Committee, Englewood Arts Festival and producer of video tape for cable TV . Her award winning fiber sculptures and paper assembleagues have been widely exhibited and currently hang in the Washington office of Sen. Harrison Williams . In 1979 they were shown at the Morris Museum, the N.J. State Museum, and Lever House in NYC . Her work appears in Imelda Pesch's book, Macrame Plus . A design consultant for major corporations, she has been art director with leading publishing houses and advertising agencies. She is a member of the executive board, New Jersey Designer/Craftsmen, and a member of Sculptors Association of New Jersey  and American Institute of Graphic Arts . Her rich background includes serving on the jury in the first Biennial Exhibition of New Jersey artists at the Newark Museum . Nacht's work has been exhibited in every major museum in the state as well as in corporate and public collections. She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has received two New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowships in Sculpture. She received a second Puffin Foundation Grant for "Who Am I?" an interactive project where the viewer becomes part of the artwork.  She is a Board member of the Englewood Historical Society and a co-author of the Book "Images of America: Englewood and Englewood Cliffs; Arcadia Publishing, 1998.
Irmari Nacht’s recycled books, a series entitled “SAVED”, uses books that otherwise might be discarded and transforms them into artworks. The books are cut, sometimes into slivers which curl and undulate, and return to the tree-like shape from which the paper was made. They are often painted, wetted, re-formed, or distressed, and change from utilitarian objects to sculptural art capable of many interpretations. Lately, the books have exploded from their spines: a 4” book has grown to 24” through a series of cuts and spirals, reaching out to the viewer with subliminal messages. This artwork, using the book as a metaphor, addresses environmental concerns, change and transformation, information received and denied, altered reality, as well as the concept of multiple imagery, which highlights the strength and energy of repeated elements. Nacht said, "We are all affected by changes in the environment and are beginning to realize the need to recycle to protect our future. I hope my books will increase awareness of these changes and will get people thinking about recycling, reusing, and repurposing." 
Selected Group exhibitions
Her children attended Englewood public schools, where she was active with the PTO.
- Nacht's website
- Another Nacht website
- Youtube video of the creative process from a presentation at Rutgers University
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- Staff Writer. "1979 City of Englewood Calendar". Calendar. City of Englewood.
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