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On a hot Sunday afternoon we sought a cool place to spend a couple of hours. We wrongly chose the Tel Aviv museum. Entry was expensive (50 shekel p/p) compared to other leading museums in Europe and the USA. The regular collection an unimpressive jumble...More
There is a nice permanent collection of art, though on the small side. This does not compete with the great museums of New York, London, or Paris, but it has some world class art and some Israeli artists. On the other hand, we also so...More
I have lived in Israel for 31 years and had never been to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art but knew quite well from television and newspapers that it was considered one of the bastions of the liberal left and the culture scene in Israel....More
We love to go to the museum. The kids enjoy the photography, the exhibitions, the new expanded spaces...
Two of the five were disappointed that the Youth Wing and the room with the miniature houses were blocked off due to renovations. They had been looking...More
The museum has two sections. The older section has some traditional art by Monet, Chagall, Picasso, etc. plus some more contemporary art and installations. The new section has more contemporary and local art. It’ll take a few hours to see everything but it’s worth it.
A definite go-and-see when in Tel Aviv - laid out by style (impressionism, post - , Modern etc) well lit and sectioned so you can immerse yourself into a particular style.
The collection is quality and not quantity but has some key pieces from masters...More
Located in the heart of Tel Aviv, this gallery is housed in an elegant modern building which appears to rise gently out of a wide plaza. Inside there are gently sloping walkways and smooth concrete and wooden surfaces to relieve the plain “white cube” walls...More