Bat Yam Museum of Art
MoBY Museums of Bat Yam is a complex of three museums in Bat Yam, a suburb of Tel Aviv. Its main building is a round, Modernist structure that acts as a center for contemporary art.
Design Museum Holon
The Design Museum Holon opened in 2009 in a stunning building designed by Ron Arad Architects. It showcases experimental projects and exhibitions that highlight cutting edge innovations in international design. Funded by the city of Holon, the museum augments an educational and cultural center that includes the Holon Institute of Technology, Mediatheque, and the Israeli Cartoon Museum.
Helena Rubinstein Pavilion
The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art opened as an annex space to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 1959 and was renovated in 1989. It is used mainly to showcase exhibitions by modern and contemporary artists from Israel and abroad.
Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
Founded in 1965, the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art focuses mainly on contemporary art by Israeli and international artists. It is located in the heart of Herlzliya, a suburb 20-minutes north of Tel Aviv.
Petach Tikva Museum of Art
The Petach Tikva Museum of Art is located on the outskirts of Petach Tikva, bordering one of the most beautiful parks in the country, Independence Park. Their exhibitions promote innovative approaches to the museum space and the breaching of traditional boundaries between artistic mediums and their modes of presentation.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, founded in 1932, is Israel’s largest museum dedicated to modern and contemporary. In 2011, the museum celebrated the completion of the new Herta and Paul Amir Building, a multi-layered complex that doubled its exhibition space.
Alon Segev Gallery
Founded in 2000, Alon Segev Gallery is housed in a beautiful modernist building. Their roster of artists includes Maya Zack, Guy Yanai, and Eitan Ben Moshe.
Located in an historic building in the Hatachana compound in Tel Aviv, the gallery hosts exhibitions of local artists, and represents Aline Alagem and Noa Yekutieli among others.
Founded in 2004 in one of Tel Aviv’s developing neighborhoods, Braverman Gallery’s emphasis is on video and installation art. It actively produces artists’ projects and represents artists such as Dana Levi, Nira Pereg, Ilit Azoulay, Robin Rhode, and Gilad Ratman, who represented Israel in the 2013 Venice Biennale.
Contemporary by Golconda
Contemporary by Golconda is located in an 80-year-old building that was formerly a Tehina factory. It represents established Israeli artists such as Benni Efrat and Itzhak Danziger alongside up and coming and mid-career artists.
The beautiful art and cultural complex, Chelouche Gallery, occupies the renovated “Twin Houses,” one of the most elegant historical buildings in central Tel Aviv that was built in the 1920s. Founded in 1985, it boasts three exhibition spaces situated above a ground floor with a bookshop and café. Gal Weinstein, William Kentridge, Uri Gershuni, Sigal Primor, Miki Kratsman, and Michelangelo Pistoletto, are among the artists represented.
Dvir Gallery was founded over 20 years ago and showcases leading international artists such as Douglas Gordon and Lawrence Weiner alongside Israeli artists including Omer Fast, Dor Guez, and Miri Segal.
Gordon Gallery is known for its collection of fine Israeli art, one of the largest collections of its kind, as well as for representing today’s leading Israeli artists and several important estates. In 2012 the space on Natan Hachacham St. reopened its doors as Gordon Gallery 2, a sister gallery to the established Gordon Gallery, focusing on contemporary Israeli art and the next generation of artists and art lovers.
Gordon Gallery Contemporary Art
A new branch to its senior Gordon Gallery, Gordon Gallery Contemporary Art opened in 2012 and focuses on a younger generation of artists that includes Gal Weinstein.
The Ha’Riviera Gallery is a remnant of the lively 1950 and 60s club scene in Bat-Yam, Israel. It was built on the pristine beach, just a few dozen meters from the water. In 2011, the location got renovated and is since used as an art gallery, which was founded by the city of Bat-Yam.
Hezi Cohen Gallery
Located in southern Tel Aviv, the Hezi Cohen Gallery program features shows by artists from Israel including Nahum Tevet, Jan Tichy, and Sigalit Landau.
Inga Gallery is located not far from the new Kiryat Hamelacha gallery district and showcases a range of Israeli artists such as Irit Hemmo and Alona Harpaz.
Julie M. Gallery
Julie M. Gallery was founded in 1975 and also has a branch in Toronto, Canada. Its roster include Deganit Berest, Miriam Cabessa, and Yair Barak.
Located in the heart of Tel Aviv, the gallery is home to artists such as Ori Gersht, Keren Cytter, and Nevet Yitzhak.
Sommer Contemporary Art
Located on Rothschild Boulevard in a renovated international style building, Sommer Contemporary Art is one of Tel Aviv’s best-known commercial galleries. It represents Israeli and international artists including Adi Nes, Guy Ben Ner, Yehudit Sasportas, Sharon Ya’ari, and Yael Bartana.
Located in the new gallery district of Kiryat Hamelachav, RawArt Gallery was established in 2005 and represents a variety of Israeli and international artists with a focus on younger experimental practitioners.
The Rosenfeld Gallery was founded in 1952 and represents emerging and established artists including, Einat Amir, Boaz Arad, Zoya Cherkassky, Ben Hagari, Toony Navok, and Roee Rosen.
Tempo Rubato is a new gallery located in northern Jaffa that showcases international and local artists such as Joav Barel and Noa Glazer.
Located in the Bezalel MFA building in Tel Aviv, the BAAD Gallery integrates work by students with guest artists, curators, and faculty.
Center for Contemporary Art
Since 1998, the Center for Contemporary Art has promoted contemporary art practice in Israel, primarily in video, performance, and installation. It mounts several exhibitions per year of leading Israeli and international artists and a range of related programming and events.
Israeli Center for Digital Art
The Israeli Center for Digital Art was established in a disused school building in the working class Tel Aviv suburb of Holon in 2001 as an exhibition space and resource for new media art. Their programming focuses on socially-engaged and community-based work. The Center’s public programs include “Halas” Internet radio station and an online arts and culture magazine, Maarav.
The Kibbutz Gallery was founded by the kibbutz in the late 1960s with the goal of exposing its artists to the Tel Aviv public and bringing kibbutz ideology and culture to the city. As part of its mission, the gallery exhibits work by under recognized artists and collaborates with various kibbutz galleries throughout Israel.
Idris is an artist-run space located in central Tel Aviv that provides emerging and established artists and curators a stage to present their work. The collaborative structure of the space aspires to bring together different forms of artistic expression and facilitate public engagement with contemporary artists. Monthly exhibitions take place, where artists present their work to the public.
The Spaceship at Hayarkon 70
The Spaceship (Halalit in Hebrew) is an independent collaborative group aiming to create and promote new, unorthodox platforms for cultural activities. It is a space in which people live, create, and host activities such as exhibitions, poetry nights, book and journal launches, architecture lectures, a cinema club, parties and more.
Art Space TLV, Kiryat Hamelacha
Cohen & Schwartz Gallery
Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery
Jaffa Art Salon
Hanina Gallery (Hebrew)
Har-El, Printers & Publishers
Hayarkon 19 / Hamidrasha Art Gallery
Herzliya Municipal Art Gallery and Artists’ House
Loushy | Art & Projects
P8 Art Gallery
Office in Tel Aviv Gallery