It is always nice to hear good things about Tel Aviv. It becomes interesting when it is the opinion of people that travel a lot and who are new to Israel and especially Tel Aviv and even more when it is combined with some nice photos. Marco (and probably his wife Felicity ;-) ) of the Thinking Nomads blog visited… Read more →
News that is about a week old, but liked it. Back in my mind I knew there was something like a animal park or zoo in Tel Aviv. Before reading about the birth of a (nest) sand cats I had not thought about it anymore for years… But the news of these sand cats is nice and puts the… Read more →
From February the 12th until February the 16th (11:00-19:00) the Accessible Art Fair will be held at the Old Jaffa Antiquities Museum (10, Mifratz Shlomo Street, Jaffa). The Art Fair brings you a great selection of contemporary art from all over the world with established artists like: Yonathan Levy, Sigal Yaar, Michel Levi, Abba Richmann, Jonathan Kil Lev, Rachel Yedid,… Read more →
A few weeks ago was the official opening of the beautiful new, expanded building of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. The Herta & Paul Amir Building is designed by Preston Scott Cohen, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts. On wednesday, November the 30th. (20:00h) there will be a first event in the new building, mixing social and art, with e.g…. Read more →
Our permanent readers will know that we just write about Tel Aviv-Yafo, and Tel Aviv-Yafo only. This time we make an exception: in the city of Kfar-Saba, north of Tel Aviv, an exhibition of 6 artists from Delft, Holland (Netherlands) opened a few days ago. The exhibition is a part of the twin-cities project: Delft-Kfar-Saba, a friendship since 1968 (!)…. Read more →
On June the 30th 2011 another Laila Lavan, ‘White Night’, will take place all over the city of Tel Aviv in celebration of the declaration by UNESCO (June 2003) that the inner-city of Tel Aviv will be a ‘World Heritage’ site. Like every year (all night) museums will be open (free of charge), there will be yoga lessons at the… 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.
In the Helena Rubenstein Pavillion for Contemporary Art (Tarsat Boulevard 6) you will find an exhibition about the famous International Style (‘Bauhaus’) architect Dov Carmi under the name: ‘Dov Carmi, Architect-Engineer, Public Domestica‘. Dov Carmi was born in 1905 in Odessa and came to Palestine in 1921. He went to the ‘L’Ecole du Beaux Art’ in Gent (Belgium) to study… Read more →