Last updated June 19th 2016

Instantly creating the feeling that you should know the name,  Tartakover: The Exhibition is here.DavidTartakover, Mi yemalel gvurot Israel, 1982

One will get acquainted with not only intimate aspects of David Tartakover’s life, in which his contribution to society as a graphic designer is woven into his work, but his vibrant and rich posters too, that may have already caught your eye across the city.

DavidTartakover, Mi yemalel gvurot Israel, 1982

A “local designer” known for his valuable commitment to Israeli politics within his work, Tartakover: The Exhibition will hatch a political awareness within you, spanning across the Israeli timeline.

David Tartakover, Tov Lamut bead Artzenu, 1977

Colors and images are juxtaposed alongside objects and words to highlight the dichotomies and harmony that exists not only in Tel Aviv, but across the whole of Israel. An artist that has been at times pushed from the mainstream media is here to express and exhibit; don’t miss it!
Written by Bam Miller

Tartakover, The Exhibition will be on until September 17th, 2016 at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Shaul Hamelech Blvd. 27.
Opening hours: Mon,Wed, Sat 10:00-18:00, Tues, Thurs 10:00-21:00 & Fri 10:00-14:00.

Bezalel, Jerusalem (poster), 1982

David Tartakoveranu ohavim otach moledet,1987David Tartakover, drawings from work-diaries3


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