Tel Aviv Museum of Art

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a remarkable architectural structure and is considered one of the largest museums in Israel of contemporary art. It also possesses a broad variety of works and has exciting representation of Israeli art and culture. The Museum was founded in the year 1932. It functioned as one of the major cultural center in Tel Aviv, highlighting a lively combination of undeviating collections and transitory display in different areas such as sculpture, painting, drawings, photography, prints, design, architecture and video. The transitory display in the museum is its main attraction. It makes the people look at Israeli’s colorful world of art. Moreover, the museum offers music and dance performances, film and lectures regarding philosophy and art.

Although more emphasis were given on Israeli art, paintings of artists such as Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso, Matisse and Renoir as well as other forms of European art were also recognized.

Approximately 500,000 visitors are welcomed each year in Tel Aviv Museum of Art, presenting them with twenty yearly Israeli and international art exhibitions as well.

Tel Aviv Museum of Art has an original building located at Rothschild Boulevard. It has an immense historical implication since it was on that site were the Prime Minister David Ben Gurion made the announcement of the founding of the State of Israel on the 14th of May in 1948.

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