The documentary Legend in the Dunes, directed and produced by Ya’acov Gross, will be screened in New-York on the 6th, 9th and 13th of December at the Israel Film Festival. This extraordinary film, using rare archival film documentaries made between 1897 and 1949, chronicles the miracle of the establishment of the first Hebrew city on the shore in the Land… Read more →
As the Centennial Year draws to an end, one of its most special projects will be introduced in a weekend of walking tours…the so called Three Routes will be officially inaugurated on October 30th and 31st. The Three Routes are special walking trails which tell the story of the city trough three distinguishing colors: White, Blue and Green. The White… Read more →
Danny Lerner‘s new film: Kirot (“Walls”) will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month. It will be screened in the so called City to City section, that will feature 10 films focusing on the cinema in Tel Aviv in honor of the city’s 100th anniversary. Kirot stars Bond girl Olga Kurylenko and Israeli singer Ninet… Read more →
Thursday, July 16th at 21:00 will be a evening, you will never forget: La Scala, the famous opera from Milan with Verdi‘s famous Requiem, in the HaYarkon Park for….free!! Just bring your own bottles of red wine (and water?!) and enjoy an evening with more then 220 choristers & orchestra musicians with conductor: Daniel Barenboim. Gates open at 19:00.
Mark in your agenda: Tuesday, July 21st from 20:30 until 23:30, will be the grand official opening of the ShenArt Studio & Gallery with a big reception in the Frishmanstreet 21. It will be the start of the exhibition : Bauhaus 100 % Tel-Aviv, a mixed media on canvas by the artist: Stephane Zerbib. The exhibition will close on September… Read more →
Yesterday, Yaniv Halily, wrote at Ynet about the great success of the Tel Aviv Beach Party, the day before, in Central Park New York City. Thousands of people came to enjoy a day of family-fun at an 15-tons of sand makeshift Tel Aviv beach. “I couldn’t have asked for better weather” said Eytan Schwartz, the organizer of the event (Centennial… Read more →
Spencer Tunick, born on January 1st 1967, is the American ‘nude people installation’ artist with, until now, more then 70 of his art-projects worlwide (Dublin, Amsterdam, Mexico City, Rome, London, Helsinki, Maine, Barcelona, etc.) His art-projects are involving sometimes more then 18.000 nude people. Ari Fruchter, Board member of The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, started a few weeks ago… Read more →