Shining a light on the Jerusalem Art scene

Contemporary Art in Jerusalem is a fresh and innovative project that offers art tours in the captial, introducing tour-goers to the city's diverse art scene.

By DEBBIE KANDEL
April 20, 2017 20:40
Jenna Romano

Contemporary Art in Jerusalem founder Jenna Romano. (photo credit: OZ BARAK)

 
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Although Jerusalem is not typically associated with a large art scene, there are numerous galleries around the city, and you have probably passed many of them without even realizing they were there.

Jenna Romano founded Contemporary Art in Jerusalem (CAIJ) to try to bring these hidden art gems to the fore and make the capital’s art scene more accessible, especially to those who do not live in that world.

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