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The best Israeli art galleries

Eclectic works by local and global artists make these galleries a must for Israeli art lovers and collectors alike

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When it comes to contemporary design, Israelis do two things very well: fashion and art. From photography and sculpture to painting and multimedia works, Israeli art galleries are rife with burgeoning talents and veteran artists, championing both local and international names. For even more art exhibits and specialized lectures on modern-day muses, spend a day at one of Israel's museums or even go to Ein Hod, a unique artists' village in northern Israel, and one of the country's top attractions.

The best galleries in Tel Aviv

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Sommer Contemporary Art

Since its opening in 1999, Sommer Contemporary Art gallery has been committed to promoting Israeli artists in the international art scene, as well as representing and exhibiting leading international artists in Israel and abroad. In the gallery's project room ‘S2,’ young curators receive an opportunity to put on small scale exhibitions of emerging artists.

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White City
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Hezi Cohen Gallery

Hezi Cohen Gallery has a philosophical edge. Exhibiting work that borrows from contemporary discourse while at the same time aspiring to influence it, the gallery supports artistic endeavors that challenge existing definitions. The gallery’s cool interior reflects these lofty goals.

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Tel Aviv - Jaffa
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Alon Segev Gallery

In the heart of Tel Aviv, the Alon Segev gallery displays the work of both young and established artists. As one of the leading contemporary galleries in Israel, it exhibits and represents artists who work and live in both Israel and abroad.

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White City
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Litvak Gallery

Litvak Gallery showcases Israeli and international artists in the field of glass art and multimedia. The gallery’s 800-meter space utilizes technologically advanced lighting and sound systems, making it one of the most high-tech galleries in the world.

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Tel Aviv - Jaffa
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Dvir Gallery

As Israel's leading contemporary art dealer, the Dvir Gallery is open to the public with many live events per year. For over twenty years, the gallery has been promoting and discovering contemporary Israeli artists. Over a decade ago they began representing international artists as well, turning this gallery into an internationally respected community in the art world.

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Tel Aviv - Jaffa
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Noga

This narrow, two-story space on a palm lined street in Tel Aviv’s prestigious Bauhaus district is laden with provocative and often outright comedic works by prominent and promising Israeli artists. Aside from the gallery’s main space, you can also find a project room where budding artists develop their debut exhibitions.

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White City
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The Chelouche Gallery

Designed by architect Joseph Berlin, this building is not only a stand-out example of neoclassical architecture in 1920s Tel Aviv, but also houses some of the country’s most curious contemporary art pieces. Chelouche Gallery presents a large variety of work, ranging from video art to sculpture, installation and photography.

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White City
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Braverman Gallery

Braverman Gallery places its artistic emphasis on contemporary art, and specifically on video and installation art. The gallery was established in 2004 and has since become an active and leading member in the contemporary art scene.

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Tel Aviv - Jaffa
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Gordon Gallery

Gordon Gallery has played a major role in the emergence of Israel’s contemporary art scene by bringing today’s artists to the forefront and pushing forward leading names such as Yair Garbuz, Raffi Lavie, and Uri Lifshitz.

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Tel Aviv City Center
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The Litvak Contemporary

The Litvak Contemporary gallery is the latest addition to the art scene in the bustling industrial Tel Aviv district. Since its inception, the gallery has featured Israeli and international artists—both veteran and up-and-coming— who use all kinds of mediums. Their big sister, Litvak Gallery, cooperates with the world's leading galleries, curators, and consultants in regards to international art. So, in conjunction with this, in addition to introducing art to the public, Litvack Contemporary focuses on exposing contemporary Israeli artists to collectors and art lovers in Europe, the United States and China.  

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Tel Aviv - Jaffa
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The best galleries in Jerusalem

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Rosenbach Contemporary

Whether exhibiting established or emerging artists, the gallery’s creative director Nogah Davidson curates only the highest quality art. Located in the exclusive King David Street area, Rosenbach Contemporary is at the forefront of the conversation surrounding contemporary art in Jerusalem.

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Mamilla
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Jerusalem Artists House

Located in the historic building that was once home to the city’s famous Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, this dynamic center today exhibits varied works by both Israeli and international artists.

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Jerusalem City Center
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Espace Dix

Espace Dix is an art space that exhibits the work of contemporary Israeli artists. Located in the Nahlaot neighborhood, the gallery aims to display artists whose work expresses what we feel and what we keep silent. The gallery contains an eclectic mix of work chosen by personal encounters. Founded by two lifelong art lovers, guests are welcomed to come and find the beauty that only art can illuminate.

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Nachlat Shiva
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Barbour Gallery

Since opening in 2005, Barbour Gallery, located in the Nachlaot neighborhood of central Jerusalem, has sought to bring art to the community in various forms, including visual arts, theater, poetry, music, dance, and architecture. The independent art space boasts monthly changing exhibitions, weekly film screenings, a community garden, and a small lending library. Barbour Gallery aims to promote projects overlooked by the mainstream art world, while engaging in dialogue about culture, history and politics, and strives to exhibit young and unique artists. They invite artists and art lovers alike to come by and get involved.

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Nachlat Shiva
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Jerusalem House of Quality

Jerusalem House of Quality has been showcasing Jerusalem artists and art for over 50 years. Located in a historic building, it features a vast collection of ancient and contemporary art in a wide range of mediums. Visitors are welcome to participate in tours focusing on the history of Jerusalem, the city’s unique art, and more. The gallery also hosts conferences, lectures, cultural, and musical events. The Jerusalem House of Quality aims to keep artists in Jerusalem in order to maintain a vibrant cultural scene in the city.

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East Jerusalem
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Agripas 12 Gallery

This is an artists’ cooperative featuring works by fifteen contemporary artists. The vision of the group is to grow into a local, countrywide, and international network of independent groups who contribute to broadening the art discourse and impacting the art world’s political and commercial elements.

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Jerusalem City Center

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