This Saturday-evening, August 1st, will be the start of the pre-sale of the concert by Leonard Cohen, that will take place on September 24th at the Ramat-Gan Stadium, titled: “A concert for reconciliation, tolerance and peace”. Leonard Cohen will donate all proceeds from the concert to Israeli and Palestinian reconciliation groups. Ticket prices will range between NIS400-NIS 500 (around 100… Read more →
On the corner of the Rothschild Boulevard and the Maze Street, you will find a three storey high Bauhaus-building with a beautiful glass stairwell, designed in 1933 by Josef and Wolf (Zeev) Berlin: the Braun-Rabinski House. The 584 square meters building was renovated in 1989, the stairwell and protruding concrete slabs were painted green and pink and the former smooth… Read more →
Sharon Brunsher, the textile and fashion designer from Tel Aviv, has launched her distinctly light and white summer collection. Brunsher is known for her mini-malist line that’s a perfect fit for Israel’s intensely hot summer. You will find her collection at HaRakevet Street no. 12 or at the Frishmanstreet no. 75.
At the entrance-foyer (Ehad-Ha’am) of the Shalom Tower, you will find, until August 24th an exhibtion called Zionist Startupist about Akiva Arieh Weiss, the founding father of Ahuzat-Bayit (later called: Tel Aviv). His house from 1909 (restored by Amnon Bar-Or ) you can see across the road from the Shalom Tower, at 2 Herzl-street.
For the second time the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd.) will have an ‘exploding‘ video-art party on August 6th 2009 at 21.00 with this time the video artist Hila Lulu Lin (see her work at: http://www.hilalulin.com). Last time, there were more then 1500 people in the museum, this time it will be even bigger!! (more space,… Read more →
As we told you a week ago, tomorrow, tuesday 21st July will be the official Grand Opening of ShenArt Studio & Gallery in Frishman Street 21 at 20:30 with the exhibtion: Bauhaus 100% Tel Aviv, mixed media on canvas by Stephane Zerbib and Body Moves, sculptures by Nadia Schoenzwytt. For all of you (here in Israel or abroad) who can’t… Read more →