Last updated October 11th 2014

Tel Aviv Art Museum is always one of my favourite places to visit when I feel like I need a dash of culture, and my last visit was by no means a disappointment. As you enter the stunning building you are blown away by a colossal multi-fabric sculpture hanging from the grand atrium spreading its enormous tentacles on every level of the gallery. This is the incredible work of one of Portugal’s leading artists Joana Vasconcelos and portrays the Lusitanian people who lived in the Roman province in the northwestern Iberian Peninsula and are considered symbolically to be the origin of the Portuguese nation.

You have to see it to believe it.

Impressive and creativeImpressive and creative


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