I did found an awesome article in ‘Haaretz Magazine’ written by Dalia Karper: ‘Lovable Anarchy’ about France Lebee-Nadav who did photograph for 20 years the entrances of Tel Aviv buildings - that no-man’s land that belongs to the yard and the street. “You don’t find spaces like this anywhere else” says France Lebee-Nadiv… Not even in her city of birth, Paris. [building… Read more →
Urban inspiration with an even funkier bent is what best defines Rhus Ovata, the brand created four years ago by young sisters, Einav and Hadas Zucker, two of Israel’s fashion darlings. Einav got her start after winning a competition for young designers sponsored by Diesel. After a short stay in New York, the duo settled back in Tel Aviv and… Read more →
Coming weeks, you could visit the exhibition: ‘And there was evening And there was morning, One day‘ in the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (www.tamuseum.org.il). The exhibition shows 159 photos taken by Yossi Breger since 2007 until today in various places around the world: Tel Aviv, Paris, Brussels, Havana, Beijing, Berlin and more-, of buildings, objects, and people telling their stories.
Heymann Brothers will present two swinging events on Saturday, March 19th. (at 14:00 and 20:00) at the ‘Tmoona Theatre’ (Shonzino 8). They will screen ‘I Shot My Love’, directed by Tomer Heymann and there will be a dance performance by Andreas Merk. After the show, there will be a Q&A session with Andreas (English). Entrance: NIS 70 For more information:… Read more →
Aluma Klein opened her boutique of the same name in charming Basel Square over a year ago and has since garnered adoring fans like Keren Ann (the celebrated French chanteuse) and collabrations with Batsheva, one of the country’s most distinguished dance companies. You will find hand-dyed French-lace flapper dresses, multi-colored crocheted shawls and fitted, Victorian-inspired overcoats in her finely edited shop.
For the first time ever, there will be a ‘Zombie Walk’ Night in Tel Aviv. This ‘bloody’ event will be on Thursday, March 17th. from 22.30 until 01.30 along Rothschild Boulevard (start at the corner of Herzl Street and Rothschild Boulevard). Come, dress as a zombie and feel like in ‘Another World’ =)!!
In the beginning of 2000 ‘Allenby 58′ was the place to be: a groundbreaking club, with the best dj’s of the world. Years before it was known as the ‘Rimon Cinema’. It started all in 1930 when architect Shlomo Gepstein was commissioned a plan to design a three-storey block of flats on a plot at Allenby 58. Plans changed and in 1932 a… Read more →
Tel Aviv Fever editor Ed Hofschreuder was asked to provide photo’s of Tel Aviv to illustrate an article about the Israel/Tel Aviv experience of Dutch Playboy Magazine editor Jan Heemskerk, chief editor Marcel Langedijk and friend Joel Fresco under the title: “Playboy’s Wild Weekends” It is a fun story with mixed feelings of the three, but the overall question, “Is Israel no fun?”… Read more →