Woven and Untangled: New Video Works in the Museum Collection

Art, Film and video
Woven and Untangled
© Mika Hazan Bloom

A collection of video works by Israeli artists showcasing a diverse swath of lived experiences and observations.

Part of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art showcases a rotation of progressive and multi-disciplinary art forms. The current exhibition, “Woven and Untangled” is a series of video works, screened in the pavilion until the end of October. The videos range from political to personal, such as a piece about divisions between Muslims and Jews within Cave of the Patriarchs alongside a work about father-daughter relationships. Add to your next visit to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art by stopping by this meaningful exhibit about the Israeli experience.


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