TEL AVIV GALLERIES


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Braverman Gallery
12b Hasharon St, Tel Aviv. Israel 66185 / 8.21.22017549 / bravermangallery.com
Tue - Thu: 11AM - 7PM; Fri - Sat: 11AM - 2PM

Established in 2004, Braverman Gallery is a leading member of the contemporary art scene in Tel Aviv, specializing in video-art and installations. The gallery seeks to bring Israeli artists to international audiences by promoting its artists worldwide. Current projects include Ilit Azoulay’s and Katharina Gaenssler participation in the MoMA group exhibition Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015, following a residency program and solo exhibition at the Berlin’s KW; the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University will present a solo show of works by Nira Pereg later this year; Bracha L. Ettinger has a solo exhibition at the Istanbul Biennial (2015). In 2013, Gilad Ratman was chosen to show at the 55th Venice Art Biennale in the Israel Pavilion.The gallery is also active in showing works by international artists to local audiences, with projects such as Robin Rhode’s Anima (2015); a collaboration with Leandro Erlich’s project Mirrors (2014); and Kate Gilmore’s Built to Burst solo exhibition.


 

 
 
Noga Gallery

Noga Gallery
60 Ehad Ha’am. St.Tel-Aviv 6520219, Israel/ 972 3 5660123/ nogagallery.com
Mon - Thu 11-6PM - Fri - Sat 11-2PM

Noga is a leading gallery in Israel. We keep a fresh and challenging program of Israeli and international artists. Our artists are included in the finest corporate and private collections and exhibited widely in major museums throughout the world.



 

 
 

Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv
Dizengoff St 77, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 6433249, Israel/ 972 3-552-0249/ bauhaus-center.com/
Tuesday-Mondey 10am-7:30pm

The Bauhaus was a school which operated in Germany between 1919 and 1933 and was devoted to art, architecture and design. It had remarkable influences on all these disciplines. Although throughout it’s years it carried varied approaches, some ideas were maintained. One main principle is the reunion of the arts and the crafts in order to achieve total works of art.  According to this principle, all arts, as well as new technologies, should be combined in the art of building. A significant approach in the school was the search for the basic ingredients of art and design. Thus evolved the “Bauhaus Style” in architecture and design—in which primary forms and colors are given great importance. The Bauhaus had a great impact on the Modern Movement in architecture, embracing functionalism and rationality and condemning ornament. The architectural style of the modern movement is called “The International Style” or “Bauhaus Style”. This style is characterized by asymmetry, compositions of primary volumes—cubic and rounded, ribbon windows, pilots, thermometer windows, balconies, roof terraces and plays 

 
 
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Stern Gallery
J. L. Gordon St 30, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel/ 972 3-524-6303/ sternart.com/
Sunday-Thursday 11am-7pm, Friday 10am-2pm
 

Stern Gallery Tel-Aviv was established in 1971 by Meir Stern after he immigrated with his family from London, where he had previously founded his first gallery: Stern art dealers. From the start, Stern Gallery specialised in the most established names of Israeli and international Jewish art, and very quickly assumed a prominent role in the Israeli art market. Stern gallery has always been acclaimed for high quality art, professionalism and reliability.

 
 

Gordon Gallery
Ben Yehuda St 95, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 63401, Israel/ 972-3-524 0323/ gordongallery.co.il
 

Gordon Gallery was established in 1966 on its namesake Gordon Street in Tel Aviv, and has since held hundreds of exhibitions and published dozens of catalogues and art books. Gordon Gallery is known for its collection of fine Israeli art, one of the largest collections of its kind, as well as for representing today's leading Israeli artists and several important estates. It focuses on contemporary art from Israel and abroad and on the next generation of artists and art lovers, with an emphasis on international exhibitions, collections and art fairs. Working with a new generation of artists, as a natural continuation to the established Gordon Gallery, enables all three galleries to represent a comprehensive view of art today, with the perspective gained from decades of exhibiting leading contemporary art