Top 5: Art Galleries in Tel Aviv

by Benjamin Kerns

Feb 27, 2019

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Top 5 / Middle East

Israel’s art scene has been world-renowned for quite some time, but only recently has the city of Tel Aviv witnessed a burgeoning of galleries and installations. From classic works to modern wonders, there’s a little something for everyone in this city.


The Tel Aviv Museum of Art

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art boasts works from some of the big names in art history, including Picasso and Van Gogh. It’s an excellent place to delve into the history of art and paintings, but also provides a look into the city’s love of modern architecture. The building itself is a work of art.


Sommer Contemporary Art

Sommer Contemporary Art is a bastion for contemporary artists to showcase their work in Israel. It hosts a rotating collection of works from artists all over the country, giving new artists a chance to shine each month.


Raw Art

Raw Art gallery focuses on avant-garde works by contemporary young artists. Here you’ll find a collection of primarily sculptures and photography, most of which exudes a quirky flair. Artists both local and international are clamoring to have work showcased here.


Alon Segev Gallery

The concrete walls of the Alon Segev Gallery stand in stark contrast to the pristine white buildings of Tel Aviv. Inside, however, you’ll find an eclectic mix of contemporary and classical works, from sculptures to full-blown installations showing the best and brightest of Israel’s art scene.


The Streets

Much of the most alluring artwork in Tel Aviv won’t be found inside a gallery wall. Instead, street art has taken a life of its own throughout the city and many of the walls are covered in extravagant displays. Simply walking through back alleys and even main roads will showcase beautiful works of art.




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