Spotlighting creators from the former Soviet Union

The concepts behind the exhibitions are reflective of the broad synergy of Tel Aviv.

April 16, 2016 01:45
4 minute read.
Israel art exhibitions

“Sound and Movement,” "Night and Day" exhibitions. (photo credit: KASKA SIKORA)


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 For aspiring artists in Israel’s rich cultural fabric, making it big is no easy feat. For artists from the former Soviet Union who have immigrated to Israel, establishing themselves in the art scene, let alone the social scene, can be particularly cumbersome.

In order to address the issue, a Jaffa-based art house has teamed up with the Immigration and Absorption Ministry to organize a collective exhibition for a select group of artists originally from the former Soviet states looking to integrate into Tel Aviv’s vibrant cultural environment.


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