Tel-Aviv Museum of Art

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Tel-Aviv Museum of Art
27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd
61332 Tel Aviv
Venue Type: Museum

December 1st - December 31st
Art School: Hamidrasha Faculty of Arts at Seventy
Einat Amir, Boaz Arad, Anisa Ashkar, Orit Adar Bechar, Deganit Berest, Ofri Cnaani, Ohad Fishof, Alma Fogiel, Alona Friedberg, Efrat Galnoor, Yair Garbuz, Gideon Gechtman, Jonathan Gold, Noa Gross, Keren Gueller, Ben Hagari, Raafat Hattab, Michal Heiman, Gabi Klasmer, Angela Klein, Omer Krieger, Dor Zlekha Levy, Roy Menachem Markovich, Michal Naaman, Uri Noam, Tom Pnini, Hillel Roman, Roee Rosen, Miri Segal, Dina Shenhav, Lior Shvil, Shahar Yahalom
November 30th - March 25th, 2017
November 14th - February 14th, 2017
October 15th - January 7th, 2017
September 30th - February 25th, 2017
Han van Meegeren
September 27th - January 7th, 2017
September 23rd - January 28th, 2017
June 23rd - December 17th
December 16th - May 6th, 2017
Piranesi/Shiota: Prisons of the Imagination
Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Chiharu Shiota
December 9th - April 22nd, 2017
Ibrahim Mahama
Rebecca Meyerhoff
Open hours
Mon,Wed 10-4; Tue-Thu 10-10; Fri 10-2, Sat 10-4
+972 (0)3 6077020
Other phone
+972 (0)3 6919155
+972 (0)3 6919157
Gallery type
Adult - 42; Tel Aviv Resident (with Resident Card) - 34; Student (with International Student Card) - 34; Child (up to age 18) - 21; Senior Citizen - 21; Enlisted Soldier - 21; Enlisted Solider in Uniform - FREE; Holder of Gold MasterCard (IsraCard Only) -

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is Israel’s leading museum of modern and contemporary art, and home to one of the world’s largest collections of Israeli art. Since its founding in 1932, the Museum has served as one of Tel Aviv’s major cultural hubs, displaying a vibrant mix of permanent collections and temporary exhibitions in a wide variety of fields – painting, sculpture, prints and drawings, photography, video, architecture and design. Each year, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art welcomes more than 500,000 visitors, offering them over twenty annual Israeli and international art exhibitions.


Situated in an impressive architectural complex, the Museum is an integral part of the city’s major cultural center – the Golda Meir Cultural and Art Center – home to the Israeli Opera and the   Cameri Theater. One of the most diverse and dynamic cultural institutions in Israel, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art serves as a hub of activity for the local arts scene. In addition to its collections, the Museum presents performances of music and dance, film, and lecture series on philosophy and art.


The fully computerized art library and its Documentation Center for Art in Israel serve over 15,000 students, scholars and curators each year. The library subscribes to the major art journals and receives the latest catalogues of exhibitions of Israeli art, modern and contemporary art, photography, design and architecture. It is the most comprehensive reference center in the Middle East.


The Museum’s original building on Rothschild Boulevard has great historical significance: it was there that Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion proclaimed the establishment of the State of Israel on 14 May 1948.


The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, an adjunct to the main building, functions as a showcase and platform for young talents. Opened in 1959, it was beautifully renovated in 1989 with funds provided by the Helena Rubinstein Foundation and the Municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo. The Danek and Jadzia Gertner Gallery specializes in changing long-term exhibitions of decorative art.


Each week some 1,500 children, youth and adults from all walks of life attend classes in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, photography, video and computer art, and printmaking at the Museum's Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff Art Education Center.