Thu 21 November 2019 - Sat 21 December 2019 | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv - 21 Levontin st, Tel Aviv,
Abraham Hostel Tel-Aviv is excited to collaborate with Tel-Aviv Illustration Week for the fourth time in a row, presenting no less than 5 different exhibitions that will be on display all throughout the hostel!
Opening night will take place on Thursday 21/11 at 20:00, with exhibits across a variety of spaces – from the galleries on the underground floor (-1), through the lounge on the 1st floor to the roof on the 3rd floor.
✦ Free admission! ✦
Visiting hours for the rest of the days are between 10:00 to 20:00 (every day including weekend)
• “Life – How To” – Main Gallery (Floor [-1])
“Hasadna” – Yana Bukler’s Workshop
The participants of illustrator Yana Bukler’s workshop present a new exhibition, made up of illustrated infographic posters containing more or less useful information about life; Managing time in our complex world, recipes, tips for the beginner backpacker, alpaca riding training, how to set up a restaurant in one day, how to dance in the moonlight and many more.
• “40 Weeks of Us” – Small Gallery (Floor [-1]) + 3rd Floor (Hallway to Rooftop)
Duck & Dodo Art Group
The exhibition presents a visual format and interpretation to the concept of a “personal diary”, and consists of 200 different illustrations created during 40 weeks – timeframe of pregnancy – starting on the 1st of January 2019. A unique theme was chosen for each week, by which each artist created a new illustration. Although the group works together often, each of the artists has her own subjects of interest and individual style; For the first time, each of the group’s members had to step out of her comfort zone and deal with issues from her partners’ world. Each 40 works combine into a personal diary, and together form into a group diary as one body.
• “#the100dayproject_tlv” – 3rd Floor (Left to Elevators)
Galia Luz, Natasha Znavot and Sonia Korshenboym
“The100day project” is a global Instagram project, where creators share an original work every day for 100 days. The project provides a framework for creating, exchanging and sharing ideas, and reflects the ups and downs, changes and buds of new ideas at an artist’s life. The exhibition presents the body of works created by three Israeli illustrators: Galia Luz, Natasha Znavot and Sonia Korshenboym. Placing these three bodies of work next to each other, allows one to look at different perspectives, interpretations, creative processes and styles the evolved on the course of 100 days.
• “Head Over the Sand – Stories of the Journey to the Unknown” – Lounge (1st floor)
SQUARE Studio – Gali Alterman and Moran Krigsman
A series of portraits embodying the personal stories of four of Abraham Hostel’s employees; Three asylum seekers and one immigrant. The exhibition provides a glimpse into their individual journeys to Israel, the small daily things that are difficult, but also the nice aspects about living in Israel. The exhibition includes the portraits of the participants alongside booklets that summarize the interviews.
• “Tel-Aviv on a Plate” – Lounge (1st floor)
From street food to chef restaurants, Citykat invites you to taste Tel-Aviv through its food culture and stroll the city through your stomach. The exhibit deals with the aspect of food as a factor that brings people and cultures together – come and add your favorite places to the interactive recommendations map! On the opening night, Ripples will customize your beer and coffee by printing CityKat Stories illustrations on the beverage foam.