It’s worth noting here that though my last name is Israel, and I am Jewish, I had never been to Israel previously. Also, while Artis supports artists regardless of religion, race, or ethnicity, because of their focus on art in Israel, they do not formally work with artists living in the West Bank or Gaza—though they have in the past, and now regularly facilitate connections between foreigners and artists and art professionals located there.
View of the waterfront and beaches of Tel Aviv. Photo © Adobe Stock / allegro60.
Photo of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art by Andrzej Wójtowicz via Flickr.
Left: Public Movement, National Collection, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2015. Photo by Kfir Bolotin. Right: Michael Helfman, While Dictators Rage, 2013, performative installation after “The Triumph of Death” by Felix Nussbaum, Tel Aviv Museum Collection. Photos courtesy of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Installation view of “Ohad Meromi: Resort,” 2015, CCA. Photo by Youval Hai, courtesy of the Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv.
Artport, Tel Aviv. Photo courtesy of Artport.
Studio Visits and Artist Talks
Outside of Tel Aviv
Exterior of Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, courtesy of Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art.
Haifa, Ein Harod and Umm El Fahem
View of Haifa from Yefe Nof promenade. Photo ©Adobe Stock / LevT.
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