July’s must-see Israeli art exhibitions
When was the last time you could pet a piece of art in a museum? Whether you prefer dogs over cats or vice versa, a new, experiential exhibition for the whole family at the Israel Museum will make visitors look at their beloved pets in a different light.
Paper seems to be a common theme in the Holy Land this summer. First, the Eretz Israel Museum redefined the everyday staple in their new exhibition 'On the Edge - Israeli Paper.'
A new, original and wide-ranging international exhibition has a familiar and much admired subject at its center – plastelina (play dough clay). Plastelina ART invites visitors to the exhibition to discover, imagine, create, and enable the material to sprout wings.
"Art collecting is a passion—the collector finds a work of art, falls in love with it and cannot let go" While an artwork's story starts well before its birth, the narrative of that oeuvre continues long past its point of creation.
Toy Visit 2 © Ron Yehezkel Take a nostalgic journey to the world of transportation toys from the 20th century. It has taken Beni Yeruham decades of diligent collecting to acquire each and every car, plane, and boat on display in this brand new exhibit at the Beit Meirov Gallery.