Born in Israel (1986), and raised in both Jerusalem and New York.
As the granddaughter of Bertha Urdang the owner of the former Rina Gallery in New York and Jerusalem, who encouraged and fostered Israeli abstract and conceptual art, Netta had an early exposure and a keen interest in fine arts from an early age.
Laufer graduated with a BFA from the Department of Fine-Art Photography at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem (2013). After receiving her BFA Netta moved to New York City and got her MFA from the Department of Photography Video & Related Media at the School of Visual Arts (2016). Laufer’s “Black Beauty” was exhibited at the Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem (2013), Fresh Paint 7 art fair, Tel-Aviv (2015) and The Ruth Youth Wing, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (2017). Her latest work “25FT” granted her the SVA Alumni Society Scholarship (2016) and the commendation from The Center for Contemporary Art at the Video Greenhous, Fresh Paint 9 art fair, Tel-Aviv. The work exhibit at the The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery and Michel Kikoïne Foundation, Tel - Aviv university (2019).