Art for a cause

More than 600 artists will display some 800 pieces of art in an exhibit that will take place in Bank Hapoalim’s main office in Tel Aviv.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 15, 2016 19:47
Menashe Kadishman

Art by Menashe Kadishman. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The annual fund-raising event for the Israel AIDS Task Force (IATF ) will be held on Saturday night. More than 600 artists will display some 800 pieces of art in an exhibit that will take place in Bank Hapoalim’s main office in Tel Aviv. PR executive Rani Rahav, one of the organizers, says this year the exhibit will showcase hundreds of world-renowned artists alongside the brightest upcoming stars in Israel. Among the contributors are Yigal Tumarkin, Natan Elkanovich (pictured), Menasheh Kadishman and Ofer Lalush.

Saturday, 7:30 p.m., 63 Yehuda Halevi Street, Tel Aviv. For more info: www.artisrael.org.il.

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