Shimon Mizrahy was born in 1960. He grew up and was educated in Tel Aviv.
Today, he lives and works in London. Since childhood, Shimon Mizrahy used to take photographs, using photography to convey his sensibility and express things that severe dyslexia prevented him from putting in writing.
Shimon Mizrahy graduated from the Department of Humanities at Tel
Aviv University. He studies photography in various classes and workshops in Israel, New York and London.
He participated in group exhibitions in Israel and abroad. His first solo exhibition was held in 2000 at the Wigmore Hall in London. In 2004 he exhibited for the first time at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. The curator of the exhibition was Mordechai Omer. This exhibition led to a collaboration with the painter Rona Boyarski, and in 2005 they had a joint exhibition at the "Shorashim Gallery" in Tel Aviv. The curator of the exhibition was Miri Krymolowski.
Works by Shimon Mizrahy are present in various collections in Israel and abroad.
Shimon Mizrahy's series of photographs on reflections symbolizes an attraction and a desire for harmony and for bridging between opposites.
His works was part of a group exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art at London.