Thu 30 May 2019 | 8:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Expo Tel Aviv International Convention Center - Rokach Blvd 101, Tel Aviv,

The largest and most influential annual art and design fair in Israel celebrates a new decade in a new and innovative format: Fair & Gallery Weekend – a celebration of art and culture at the Tel Aviv expo and in Tel Aviv-Jaffa!

Entry Price: 55 NIS / Price for Digital Signage Holders: 43 NIS
Entrance Price: 75 NIS / Price: 65 NIS

This Year in Fresh Paint:
The Independent Artists’ Garden ★ Design Area Terry ★ Video and New Media Pavilion Curators of the Tel Aviv Center for Contemporary Art ★ Special Tours ★ Satellite Exhibitions Around the City ★ Community Projects ★ A major interdisciplinary exhibition.

The Fair – The Main Event – Tel Aviv Expo:

The complex will feature new and exciting exhibitions in unique formats for fresh paint: the independent artists’ incubator; A fresh design area, which will include the Mifal Hapayis Center for Design; Video and New Media Pavilion at the Curators of the Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv; Projects for the community, and a central interdisciplinary exhibition.

The main exhibition will serve as a platform for a meeting between local and international artists, and to discuss the increasing leakage in our time between art, design, kraft and technology.
The presentation of the various works and composers is one-sided, seeks to unravel the edges of the distinct categories and create a rich and pluralistic experience.
Among the exhibitors at the exhibition, Barak Hemo (Israel – New York) with an interactive installation depends on the place, Talia Mukmel (Israel) and Tzuri Gueta (Israel – France), presenting new works of art specially created for the fair, Nakanashi (Japan), which presents a large photographic installation and other surprising exhibits.

More will be presented at the fair – a surprising exhibition of Israeli artist Arie long, solo exhibition of graduate Art School, Sapir College, special projects Gottesman Etching Center, Kibbutz Kabri, Martha Rieger and Gallery Zimak.
As part of the ongoing cooperation with Fresh Paint Art Market Budapest and with the support of the Hungarian Embassy in honor of Hungarian culture in Israel, will be held at the fair focus Budapest: Group exhibition, “anticipates”, curated by Froszinh Kigios.

for the first time paint Tri- Pavilion choreographers, presents more than 30 works of dance, performance art and video art.

among the innovations this year At the Fresh Paint Fair: a special project combining innovative technology from Korn A fashion show from Maskit, a focus for graduates of greenhouses – solo exhibitions for 5 artists, the Mifal Hapayis Center for Design – which will present 6 selected young designers, and a stage of performances and performances by the Choreographers Association.
Fresh Paint Live, a new program at the fair, will offer duration installations – process artworks that will give you varying experiences over time, and a strip of performances and performance:
Every day from the fair, between 9: 00-18: 00, The fair will offer visitors a unique and exciting experience of various happenings, performances and performances!

Cocoon – Gallery weekend – the city of Tel Aviv – Jaffa

on Friday – Sunday, May 31 – June 2, 2019, there will be exhibitions satellite about ten locations across Tel Aviv – Jaffa – clusters of exhibitions and projects in leading galleries in the city center, and with the participation of museums and alternative spaces, Hotels, boutiques and restaurants – opening their doors to a celebration of art and design in Tel Aviv – Jaffa.

Among the satellite exhibitions and events in the fresh paint fair:

An exhibition of the artistic duo at the Gordon Gallery, a solo exhibition by Shirley Wagner at the Rosenfeld Gallery and a special exhibition for fresh paint by gallery artists in the private room. A solo exhibition by the artist Roni Taharlev at the Rothschild Gallery, a group exhibition at Givon Gallery, and Dvir Gallery, a solo exhibition by the Chinese artist Yan Xing.

A group exhibition will be held in Almsen, curated by Neta Laufer, a greenhouse graduate. Group exhibitions will also be exhibited at Mika Gallery and Gal Gaon Gallery. NOX Gallery of Contemporary Art and Design will present a solo exhibition by the Italian photographer John R. Pepper. At the Tzadik Gallery, a solo exhibition will be presented by Amnon Yohes. The gallery will feature a group exhibition of naïve artists from Brazil and Argentina.

Cochinta – a collection of African African women, created especially for a new color mobile work large dimensions, in collaboration with the artist Gil Yefman, a graduate of the fairground incubator, winner of the 2012 Rapaport. The collective studio will also exhibit mobiles created by women collective curators Carmit Shine and Tamar Lamdan . The artists of Agrippa 12 from Jerusalem will be hosted in Kiryat Hamelachah with a joint project, and the Romanian Artists’ Group Apparatus 22 will set up a hanging installation at the Romanian Cultural Institute.

A festive pop-up of art and design at the Tel Aviv Port, at Beit Hanamal, The Box and other surprising spaces. In Old Jaffa, the fair will take part in the “Atar” program, the gallery, the Ilana Goor Museum, Sind Studio, Espace Gallery, Rezort Gallery and others. Omer Tirosh Gallery will present the artist Yael Bar Lev, and a solo exhibition by Liat Segal, a graduate of the greenhouse, will be exhibited at the Charlotte Digital Art Gallery in Kedumim Square.

The Neve Shechter Center for Contemporary Jewish Art and Culture will present a trilogy by Shachar Marcus and Naveh Akichi. The Benyamini House will feature solo exhibitions by the artists Walter McConnell and Noa Fine, and a couple exhibition of Lior and Gima and graduate of the Lava Mizrachi incubator. A group farewell exhibition by Tammy at Sheinkin will be curated by Carmit Blumenzon. Gallery Less than a thousand will exhibit an interactive installation depending on the place with the participation of the artists Larry Abramson, Ayelet Hashachar Cohen, Limor Tamir, Shachar Avnet and more. Rea, a photography workshop, will present an exhibition in the new expanded space and the artist Batya Shani will launch a new space with an exhibition of her works.

Collaborations will be held with the Norman Art Collection, and with Docaviv as part of the art films at the Cinematheque and at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. COS, the world fashion brand, will hold artistic cooperation for the first time in Israel, with the multidisciplinary creator, Ohad Benit, similar to the cooperation he conducts every year in design week Milano. Artist David Adika will join the Verner boutique. Jewelry designers Adi and Shai Lahover will present a joint project with the artist, the graduate of the incubator, Ofra Eyal. The new video space at Sura Mara will present a solo exhibition by the video artist Andres Gurevich, and the solo show will be exhibited at the Cuckoo’s Nest by the graduate of the greenhouse Yael Ben David. Exhibitions and special projects of graduates of the fairgrounds will also take place in Beit Hanna (a huge work by Gidi Galam on the facade of the building and a photo exhibition by Ruth Edelstein), in Shorem of Storey and in other surprising locations throughout the city.

In Magasin III Jaffa there will be a solo exhibition by the international artist Cosima von Bonin. The Bezalel Master of Arts (MFA) program, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, will present its Bogeria exhibition in Selma 60, Tel Aviv. The CCA, the Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, will be represented by the Citer Foundation and Noa Glazer. An artistic project will be held at the Lighthouse Hotel of Brown Hotels, the host of a fresh color fair.

For the first time, a unique collaboration between “Black Box” and Fresh Paint – a selected solo exhibition by the artist’s incubator Avishay Paltak at the Jaffa Street Gallery 97 Jerusalem. The Sha’ar Hagai exhibition was chosen from dozens of proposals submitted and will be presented for about two months. The exhibition will take place on May 23, 1919, Thursday, from 19:30 on the gallery floor at 97 Jaffa Street, Jerusalem. The gallery displays huge photographs on outdoor light panels and is open 24/7.

The Fresh Paint Fair, founded by Yifat Gurion and Sharon Tillinger, in cooperation with the content and production company Phase, is the largest and most influential annual art event in Israel. The fair is a meeting place between art lovers and the general public and artists, designers and professionals from the field, and enables the purchase of works by the best contemporary artists. A fresh color fair provides a snapshot of Israeli art and design fields each year.

The fair is held with the support of the UBS Group, the world’s largest capital manager, with the cooperation of the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality and the Tel-Aviv Expo.

In addition to being a partner of the fair since 2013, the group has been actively collecting contemporary art for more than 60 years. It is one of the largest corporate collections and one of the main supporters of organizations and cultural institutions in the global contemporary art world. This is in keeping with UBS’s longstanding organizational philosophy that today’s art provides inspiration and encourages innovative thinking.

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