Over the last few years, Tel Aviv has gone through a cultural and artistic revolution, with new galleries and museums opening up across the city! Here we listed a few for you to check out.
Sderot Sha’ul HaMelech 27
Tel Aviv’s primary art museum – with paintings by Van Gogh, Chagall, Picasso, Jackson Pollack and lots more. For an interactive experience take a guided tour or a workshop, and enter the library to delve deeper into museum’s treasures. If you are into architecture, the building is also an artwork in itself.
A really cool gallery that attempts to promote Israeli artists in the international scene, as well as International artists in the Israeli scene. The gallery also helps budding curators by allowing them to curate small-scale exhibitions of up-and-coming artists. Sommer Contemporary Art pursues a noble initiative, while simultaneously showcasing some really awesome pieces of work.
A historical art museum on Bialik Street. It was once home to Reuven Rubin, who used his creativity and talent to capture the beauty of Tel Aviv’s early inception. Rubin’s finest pieces are constantly on display, along with periodically shifting works from various guest artists.
Inspired by German architecture, the Bauman Center seeks to create wider recognition of Tel Aviv as an architecturally and culturally astonishing place. The Center holds regular exhibitions, and even provides tours of the city.