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Its hard to belive the museum celebrates its 80th anniversary, 10 years more than Israel itself! And yet in an amazing bauhaus building you will find great and very diverse collection from its archives. Highly recommended!!
This museum has changing exhibits every few months. At the moment, it is Euphoria - five projects related to the Euphoria following the six-day war. Each project analyzes war in general and some analyze this specific war - impacts expected and unexpected within Israeli society....More
We paid a short visit to the museum on a hot, summer day. The building is very intresting on the inside, with great ceilings and light coming in beautifully .The Euphoria Project holds a few exhibitions on the subject of 50 years to the 6...More
It's always a pleasure to visit this unique place thanks to its exceptional qualities, whatever the exhibition presented.
The simplicity and the modesty are reigning all over. Built in 1948 by architect Samuel Bickels, it has become since an example for the use of natural...More
This is a nice gallery at the kibutz Ein Harod.
It open recently a review exhibition of the Israel movement of art of New Horizons. It shows many important works.
Among the artists showing were Pinchas Abramovich, Marcel Janco, Aharon Kahana, Yohanan Simon, Avshalom Okashi...More
The Mishkan is one of the most beautifull buildings in Israel. When Renzo Piano worked on his Menil Museum in Texas, he flew to Israel to see this masterpiece: a museum based on natural light that doesn't harmthe art wroks!
It hosts wonddrefull exhibtions, had...More