Maylor has exhibited in Israel, Europe, and the US for over twenty years. In addition to numerous prestigious and world renowned shows and private galleries, her works have been exhibited at the Rome Sculpture Biennale, the Vittoriano Museum in Rome, Pierre Bergé in Paris, The Palm Springs Art Museum, and others.
Curator at the Eretz Israel Museum, Henrietta Eliezer Brunner, on Mira Maylor:
“Maylor is a versatile artist….her combination of disparate materials underscores their special power and expressive qualities. In her artistic work she often engages - humorously and ironically – in contradicting perceptions, shattering myths, dealing with issues related to identity and alienation and the multiplicity of meanings, and critically examines local and universal symbols”.
Lisa Paul Streitfeld, The Huffington Post:
Maylor’s art penetrates so deep that her images transcend the walls that serve as her chief motif. A Holy Grail of symbol infused by mastery of technique and material, her art rises above the turmoil and confusion of the present epoch of Uncertainty
Some of Maylor’s Public Installations:
Let There Be Light, 32 sqm sculpture, Presidential Residence, Jerusalem.
Secrets, The Hebrew University Mount Scopus, Jewish Studies Faculty, Jerusalem.
Memorial, In Memory of Prof. Metzger, The Hebrew University Faculty of Medicine, Jerusalem. Entrance Wall, Shaare Zedek Hospital, Jerusalem.
Home, Homage to the First Settlers, Front Courthouse, Petah Tikva.