Klubbing together in Tel Aviv

Klub7 is a collective of artists, most of whom hail from Halle in former East Germany and now exhibit works in Tel Aviv

November 8, 2017 18:34
Three of the Klub7 artists are dwarfed by one of their large-scale murals.

Three of the Klub7 artists are dwarfed by one of their large-scale murals.. (photo credit: KLUB7)


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Street art has to definitively feed directly off – well – the street, and all that quotidian jazz. So, presumably, it must be a little challenging to replicate that vibe in the cloistered confines of a museum facility. The members of the Klub7 gang do not appear to have had too much of a problem with the location shift.

That is palpably evident as soon as you enter the exhibition spaces at the Beit Ha’ir Museum on Tel Aviv’s Bialik Street. The venue is so named as it once served as the home of the municipality.


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