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Kokoro by Aviva Zilberman

Last updated January 5th 2018Have a look at the newest collection from one of Tel Aviv’s favorite designers, Aviva Zilberman. This...

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Tal Yerushalmi

Last updated January 5th 2018 “Three Ropes, Three Necklaces, Three Stones, Two Beads, Two Strings, A Branch, A Plank, A...

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Moran Kliger

Last updated December 14th 2017Written by Estee Balsam Moran Kliger produces works, based largely on figurative drawing, with an uncompromising...

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Now Pottery Studio

Last updated December 8th 2017 As you approach the Now Pottery studio, situated in Sde Warburg (a small Moshav just...

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Illustration Week 2017

Last updated November 28th 2017Written by Manuela Shimberg The third annual Tel Aviv-Jaffa Illustration Week invites you to take a look...

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HOKO F/W 17

Last updated November 19th 2017Written by Manuela Shimberg Graphic lines, minimal & monochrome—three words that describe Hoko, the brand of...

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Nivi Alroy

Last updated November 19th 2017Written by Estee Balsam Nivi Alroy is a Tel Aviv based multidisciplinary artist. Her detailed drawings...

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Tonic Clonic

Two dancers convulse on stage, a helmet-wearing bassist strums away in the back, and the seemingly tortured frontman, Ophir, howls...

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Fall, Art, Jerusalem

Jerusalem Biennale. Exhibition view of “Popthadox: Black Humor” Photo by Sophie Weinstein. The month of October is uniquely vivacious one for...

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Maya Bash F/W 2017/18

This week, Maya Bash, the avant-garde Tel Avivian designer known and adored for her thought-provoking clothing, will launch her new Fall/Winter...

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Assaf Evron

Written by Estee Balban  Assaf Evron is an artist living and working in Tel Aviv and Chicago. Known for his...

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Complét F/W 17

Last updated October 24th 2017Written by Estee Balsam The unlikely bond formed between two individuals in Sophia Coppola’s “Lost in...

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