TEL AVIV MUSEUM AMERICAN FRIENDS
 

TRAVEL TO VENICE AND TEL AVIV WITH THE TEL AVIV MUSEUM OF ART

OCTOBER 24 - NOVEMBER 3, 2019

JOIN THE TEL AVIV MUSEUM OF ART FOR OUR FIRST EVER INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS COUNCIL, AN EXCLUSIVE VOYAGE GRANTING BEHIND THE SCENES ACCESS TO THE CULTURAL TREASURES OF VENICE AND TEL AVIV.

 

TAMAF PROGRAMMING RAISES AWARENESS FOR THE MUSEUM’S EXHIBITIONS, ALIGNING AMERICAN DONORS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY SUPPORTING THE THE TEL AVIV MUSEUM OF ART. TO DATE, TAMAF HAS AWARDED 7.6 MILLION DOLLARS TO THE LEADING CONTEMPORARY ART INSTITUTION IN ISRAEL.


 
 
 
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Contact & Leadership

General Inquiries

info@tamaf.org

New York

TAMAF

SPRING PLACE

6 SAINT JOHN’S LANE

New York, New York 10013

Phone: (212) 889-3150

Los Angeles

TAMAF

SPRING PLACE BEVERLY HILLS

9800 WILSHIRE BLVD.

Beverly Hills, California  90212

Phone: (310) 806-1551



Staff

Executive Director

Sarah Lehat

sarah.lehat@tamaf.org

(310) 806-1551

Development Associate

Hanna Brody

hanna@tamaf.org

(212) 889-3150

 
 

Board of Trustees

 
 

President

Irith Rappaport

Vice President

Susan Sanders

Secretary & Treasurer

Iris Cohen

Herta Amir

Paul Amir

Sasha Bau

Nathan Bernstein

Ishaia Gol

Julie Perlman

Marc Porter

Rivka Saker

Dafna Schmerin

Young Patrons Advisory Council

Young Patrons Chair - West Coast

Leon BenRimon

Young Patrons Chair - East Coast

David Gleitman

 

Museum

 

ADMISSION

ADULTS: 50 NIS

STUDENTS, TEL AVIV RESIDENTS AND DISABLED: 40 NIS

SENIOR CITIZENS: 25 NIS

CHILDREN: FREE

MEMBERS: FREE

ADMISSION includes FREE ENTRANCE to the The Art Library in the Memory of Meir Arison

VISIT THE MUSEUM’S WEBSITE AT http://www.tamuseum.org.il/

HOURS OF OPERATION

Mon, Wed, Sat

10.00 - 18.00


Tues, Thurs

10.00 - 21.00


Fri

10.00 - 14.00


Sun CLOSED

MAIN BUILDING & HERTA AND PAUL AMIR BUILDING

27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd, POB 33288

The Golda Meir Cultural and Art Center

Zip code: 61332012 Tel Aviv, Israel

Phone No. +972 (0)3 6077020

ACCESS BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Bus Nos. 9, 18, 28, 70, 90, 111

PARKING: Parking is available in the Golda Magistrate Court parking lot.

The entrance to the lot is located at Berkovitch St 7, Tel Aviv-Yafo (at the end of Leonardo da Vinci St).

HELENA RUBINSTEIN PAVILION FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

6 Tarsat Blvd

Zip code: 64283 Tel Aviv, Israel

Phone No. +972 (0)3 5287196 

ACCESS BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Bus 5, 26

PARKING: Parking is available at the Habima parking garage, located at Huberman St 1, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel.

ENTRANCE TO THE HELENA RUBINSTEIN PAVILION IS ALWAYS COMPLIMENTARY

Since our office opened in 2014, TAMAF has made grants of more than $7.6 MILLION to support programs at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

Following is a list of current fundraising projects.

 

SOLAR GUERRILLA

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Solar Guerrilla opened July 18th and showcases creative responses to climate change, using the modern city  as a tool for change. The show traces a narrative between climate fiction (cli-fi) and social uprisings, from “sponge cities” to “solar trees” and explores innovations coming out of  Chicago, Masdar City, Hong Kong, London, Copenhagen, Shanghai, Tel Aviv and New York. Solar Guerrilla closes December 15th, 2019.

 

A NEW AGE: ON THE SPIRITUAL IN ART

A New Age claims a coming of age of the spiritual in art and makes the case for expanding the canon of contemporary art history beyond the abstract, the technical and the rational. Exhibiting early 20th century artists Hilma af Klint and Emma Kunz, alongside young artist duos Friedrich Kunath & Adam Rabinowitz out of Los Angeles, Muntean/Rosenblum out of Vienna, and the one and only Marina Abramovic, the show opens August 1st, and focuses on new age manifestations of the occult, the mystical and the esoteric.

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“They STOOD for A long moment looking vacantly out at the street of slanted shadows. There were times, such AS this, when it was as though they had lost themselves, had misplaced the self they were and become A thing without substance, A mote adrift in MOTIONLESS light.”

 
 

RAYMOND PETTIBON

Raymond Pettibon  opens his first ever solo exhibition in Israel on November 25th, with a selection of over one hundred works spanning the last 30 years. Pettibon is known for his cynical cartoons or caricatures, which take on America’s mythological presence as expressed in cultural or social tropes.

Raymond Pettibon opens his first ever solo exhibition in Israel on November 25th, with a selection of over one hundred works spanning the last 30 years. Pettibon is known for his cynical cartoons or caricatures, which take on America’s mythological presence as expressed in cultural or social tropes.