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Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv (must see)

If you wish to understand the very essence of Israeli culture, what better way than through its art? One of the best places where you can find a rich collection of modern and contemporary art of Israel is the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

This museum was founded in the year 1932 and has since housed the largest collections of Israeli art apart from being a major cultural hub. The museum also holds temporary exhibitions in fields such as painting, prints and drawings, sculpture, video, photography, design and architecture. More than 500,000 visitors flock to this museum every year.

Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a part of an impressive architectural complex. It is also a part of the Golda Meir Cultural and Art Center, home to the Cameri Theatre and Israeli Opera and one of the major cultural centers of Tel Aviv.

Apart from its extensive art collections, the museum presents dance and music performances and lecture series on philosophy and art. It has an art library and documentation center that is fully computerized. At least 15,000 students, curators and scholars come here every year to learn about Israeli art.

At the library which is a comprehensive reference center, you can find the latest Israeli art, contemporary art, design and architecture, photography and modern art exhibition catalogs and major art journals.

Why You Should Visit:
Although the new wing is the most architecturally interesting, the old part should not be missed as it features works by some of the great masters of European art such as Chagall, Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso etc., plus some more contemporary art and installations.

Tip:
Visit it on a Saturday since it is one of the few places open this day.

Opening Hours:
Mon, Wed, Sat: 10am-6pm; Tue, Thu: 10am-9pm; Fri: 10am-2pm

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Sight Name: Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Sight Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
Sight Type: Museum/Gallery

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