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Tel Aviv Art Galleries

Tel aviv Art Galleries
Tel Aviv is home to some magnificent art galleries of all types and sizes. Just to give you an idea of what's on offer…
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is, without a doubt, the largest and most diverse art gallery in the city and is located in the cultural centre of the city on King Saul Avenue. There is a large permanent collection but most collections are temporary and feature both Israeli and international art exhibits.
The Eretz Israel Museum is a large, multi-disciplinary museum that is home to a collection of Israeli ceramics, glass art and photography. The museum is situated near to the Tel Aviv University Campus.
The Gutman Museum is an example of a smaller art gallery; named after Nahum Gutman, an artist from the beginning of Tel Aviv, is located in the Neve tzedek neighborhood and exhibits his paintings, illustrations and writings, allowing the public to catch a glimpse of this multi-dimensional character.
The Rubin Museum is another art gallery based around the art work of an individual artist- this time Reuven Rubin, a popular Israeli artist who was famous for his Israeli countryside scenes. The museum is situated in his house in the heart of old Tel Aviv.
The Rosenthalis House is worth a visit if you're passing through Old jaffa Port. Moshe Rosenthalis was definitely not mainstream and his vibrant pieces are displayed in an old Arab-style house overlooking Jaffa port.
Gordon Street is worth a visit as it is the location of many small art galleries, making the search for art galleries much more focused.
Another focused art gallery area is the Old Jaffa Artists' Colony which displays contemporary art and gives visitors the opportunity to meet with the artists themselves.

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The Ilana Goor Museum is located in a building in the city of Jaffa that, 250 years ago, served as a hostel for Jewish pilgrims who were on their way to Jerusalem. The world-renowned artist, Ilana Goor, took it upon herself to restore this magnificent building to it's former beauty, preserving the beauty of the architecture of the building's era and simultaneously injecting the place with the vibrancy of the modern art that has gained her world-wide fame.
Ilana Goor was born in Tiberias, Israel to a family of doctors, many of whom were artists. She never studied art formally, developing her style along with her technique and resulting in powerful, emotion-filled works. Ilana has statues that are displayed in public places all around Israel as well as in private collections. She has presented exhibitions world-wide, currently has her work displayed in sixteen designer showrooms in the United States and sells her jewelry, clothing and furniture collections all over the world.
The museum presents a wide selection of Ilana's works as well as those of other Israeli and international  artists. The museum is the embodiment of everything that Ilana believes in- the fusion of old with new, the combination of rural and industrial, the mixing of organic an geometrical; all effortlessly and in perfect unification.
The Ilana Goor Museum has an usually homey feeling about it and when one learns that the Museum is, in fact, part of Ilana Goor's house, this comes as no surprise. The stunning art pieces; sculptures, jewelry, furniture, paintings and more, are thoughtfully placed around the magnificent building and the incredible view of the sea, visible through every window, simply adds to the invigorating breath of fresh-air that is the Ilana Goor Museum.
There is a rooftop café on the premises with a breath-taking view of the Mediterranean Sea, as well as a gift shop.

If you're looking to purchase a beautiful, hand-crafted gift for a special one back home, or simply want to treat yourself while on holiday, be sure to drop in to Shlush Shloshim Ceramics Co-op when passing through Tel aviv. Shlush Shloshim is located in the picturesque Neve tzedek neighborhood since 1992 and displays the works of eleven women who are all local artists who in addition to exhibiting their pieces, jointly own, control and run the gallery.
The distinguishing factor in Shlush Shloshim in comparison to other galleries, is the fact that the artists are involved in every aspect of the gallery, from outstanding customer service, fair prices and willingness to advise the customer. The special cooperative spirit that guides the place is tangible and it is clear that each and every one of the eleven partners has the chance to flourish professionally and individually, whilst adding their special touch to the success of the cooperation.
Indeed, a look around Shlush Shloshim is all that is needed to understand that every  single artist has their own distinctive style- works range from the attractive and functional to the purely aesthetically pleasing. Many pieces are one-of-a-kind and others can be made to order.

The Shorashim Art Gallery in Tel aviv was established in 1987, holding four seasonal Art & Antiques Auctions a year ever since. In addition, Shorashim publishes the "Israel Art Index" on a biennial basis, listing over 6000 artists and the current market value of their work. The "Israel Art Index" has an important role in setting the market value of artistic works and artists in the country.

A number of art exhibitions are held in Shorashim every year, playing a very active role in the local artistic scene. Shorashim use modern technology to their benefit, displaying online exhibitions that expose up-and-coming artists alongside established ones. In fact, monthly online auctions are held, with an emphasis on Jewish and Israeli art and antiques.


The Alfred Gallery is a cooperative art gallery that holds the works of fifteen artists who are all actively involved in all aspects of the upkeep of the gallery- including dealing with the financial side and general functioning of the place. The communal characteristic of the gallery creates a dynamic and supportive atmosphere in which the artists can display their works.

The establishment of the gallery can be largely attributed to the needs of the artists to be rid of the total dependence on the bigger galleries that practically dictate the Israeli art market, and from the recognition that the artistic center of Israel and of Tel aviv is small and closed. The gallery allows personal artistic growth for each and every member, as well as for the guest artists who display their works in the gallery. Additionally, the gallery enlarges the artistic sphere in Israel by widening the boundaries of the artistic field in Tel Aviv.

Gebo Art Space, established in 2007, was founded as a studio-gallery for Johanan Herson and Marlen Ferrer. Rapha'l Barbibay joined them and one of their leading principles is to offer artists who would otherwise not have the opportunity, such as those from the periphery, the chance to exhibit their works alongside established artists in central Tel aviv; the heart of the Israeli art world.

The Gebo Art Gallery offers a unique open space environment that is aimed at creating a dialogue between art and design. International artists and Israeli artists are invited to display their pieces here.

How to get there: Buses 7, 9, 18, 28, 70, 82, 120, 147, 149, 282

The Dollinger Art Project is dedicated to creating a continuous dialogue between local and global talent, exposing fresh Israeli talent to the international art scene and vice versa. The Dollinger Art Gallery strengthens cultural ties between Israel and other countries and also helps emerging artists raise their profile and establish themselves on an international scale.

For many new artists, having an exhibition in the Alon Segev Gallery is an important step to national and even international recognition. Open since 2000, the Alon Segev Gallery focuses on displaying the contemporary pieces of established artist alongside the freshest talent from both Israel and abroad.

Contemporary art in all its forms; sculptures, drawings, paintings and video, is displayed in the gallery and the pieces are often the subject of conversation in Israeli publications. Artists whose works appear in the gallery live, work and exhibit in a variety of countries.

The vision of the Alon Segev Gallery is to expose Israeli contemporary art to the international audience, due to the belief that Israeli art has what to add to the world-wide scene.

The "Office in Tel aviv" was founded in January 2004 and is non-commercial, not a gallery and not a museum. So what is it? "Office in Tel Aviv" is a small, white, cubical office space that is experimenting with a concept that is new in Israel; the daily working, side-by-side, of a curator and artist. Viewers are invited to come and share this experience of an alternative space for interdisciplinary art.

The original Gordon Gallery was founded in 1966 on Gordon Street. The present Gordon Gallery is situated on Ben-Yehuda Street. In the past forty-five years the gallery has held over 400 exhibitions, published countless catalogues and two major art books. The first auction house was also set up in the gallery in 1977 and auctions were held there every half a year for twenty-five years.

In the sixties and seventies the Gordon Gallery was the place that young avant-garde artists were given the chance to shine in and become a recognized name. Many artists who today stand at the forefront of Israeli art started their careers exhibiting in the leading Gordon Gallery.

Since 2002 when the establishment changed hands, there has been an emphasis on exhibiting photography in the gallery as well as contemporary art work by leading Israeli artists.

8art is a studio and gallery of culture and art, including workshops, cultural events and a display gallery of exhibitions. 8art is an expansive space with a minimalist, clean-cut design in an excellent, easy-to-reach location in central Tel aviv.

8art was established by Dari Levi with the intention of creating a stage for contemporary culture and art. Dari Levi is a photographer and designer who has displayed exhibitions in Israel and abroad and was one of the founders of the magazine "42 degrees" which is an alternative magazine for culture and fashion (today it is known as "360").

The Engel Gallery was founded in Jerusalem in 1955 with the aim of promoting and exhibiting Israeli art in Israel and abroad. The gallery has published a number of prints and books, collaborates constantly with local and international museums and participates in art fairs. In the early eighties the second generation of the Engel family launched a gallery in Tel aviv.

The Tel Avivian branch of the Engel Gallery holds temporary exhibitions of contemporary art by established artists and the aim of the exhibitions is to create and explore a discourse about the place of art in Israeli culture. There is artwork by three generations of Israeli artists in the gallery's collections as well as modern European art and contemporary art.

The Rosenfeld Gallery was founded in 1952 and fast became a prestigious institution with a fine reputation. It has become one of the most prominent exhibition spaces in the local art scene. The artists represented there have flourished to become some of the best Israeli artists.

The gallery was renovated in 1999, expanding it in to a three-story display space. With the expansion came a change in orientation; with its focus being on contemporary art and spotting up-and-coming talent. New artists display their works alongside more established artists.

The Artists House was founded in 1948 to serve as an exhibition space that would bring to the forefront new trends in local art as well as representing established artists and their life works. There are three galleries in the Artist House with exhibitions that change on a monthly basis. Additional activities that take place are art lectures, lithography workshops, painting workshops and model drawing. There is also an ARTA professional equipment store on site.

Gallery 33 was founded in 2004 with the aim of providing the space for powerful, uncompromising artwork from Israel and abroad. The gallery provides young, fresh outlooks that are devoid of shallow political messages that are common in the art world today. Artists are given the stage at the gallery, given the chance to express their visions. The gallery refuses to bow to popular trends and the result is strong, often controversial exhibitions.

The Bineth Gallery presents contemporary and modern pieces of art. The gallery was founded in 1962 by Gershon Bineth in Jerusalem and his grandson Gabi Bineth runs it today in Tel aviv, with exhibition halls measuring three-hundred square meters. Extensive one-man shows are displayed alongside permanent exhibitions.

Bineth B is a special wing in the gallery that is dedicated to limited editions of graphics published by the gallery, as well as other exhibitions of other print studios. Over 200 editions of lithographs, serigraphs and etchings have been published by the gallery.

Some of the most prominent Israeli artists in these fields were encouraged to become what they have by the Bineth Gallery. The artists displayed here are known for displaying their personal imprints and not the imprints of trends and the gallery claims that this is not incidental for this is the art that withstands the test of time.

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