Art for all

A new art gallery offers top notch art at affordable prices.

August 23, 2017 22:27
A reproduction of a scene from Yuri Norstein’s acclaimed 1970s film ‘Hedgehog in the Fog.’

A reproduction of a scene from Yuri Norstein’s acclaimed 1970s film ‘Hedgehog in the Fog.’. (photo credit: ALTMANS GALLERY)


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Ever been to a museum or art gallery and fantasized about how a nice little painting, say, by Chagall or Miro might look on your living-room wall? Well, you can stop fantasizing and get yourself over to Altmans Gallery on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv.

The new art venue was opened around a month and a half ago by Muscovite art dealer couple Egor and Kristina Altman, and appears to have added a new dimension to the local commercial art scene.


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