Please find below recommendations for your arty weekend in Tel Aviv. But before we start I have some exciting news about "Oh So Arty" which I'd like to share.  

Since I launched Oh So Arty in 2008, the blog has been through so many changes, ups and downs. I've learned in this time that except for Art, what makes me the happiest in my activity, and this might sound oh so cheesy but it's oh so true, are the people I meet, in real life and through social media. I'm so proud of being part of a strong community of art aficionados, from all over the world.

For the past few months, I've had this strong feeling that it's time for Oh So Arty to cross borders. Time to create something new, to grow and most importantly to connect with our artistic community on a whole new level.

So it's with huge excitement, some fear and a lot of happiness that I launch today the new version of www.ohsoarty.com

You can now book a contemporary art tour in twelve major cities (Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, London, LA, Paris, New York, Madrid, Rome, San Francisco, Shanghai, Warsaw and Zurich!). Our guides are professionals in the field of contemporary art and are here to show you the ins-and-outs of their local art scene—galleries, museums, studios and more. 

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Thanks for your continuous support and loyalty, 

Sarah


What's Opening January 12th - 17th

Exhibition: Continuity

Artist: Iva Kafri

Venue: Raw Art Gallery

Opening: January 12th, 8 pm

Exhibition: What's Left Behind

Artist: Roie Avidan

Venue: Beit Ariela, 25 Shaul Hamelech Blvd.

Opening: January 12th, 8:30 pm

Exhibition: Sacred Geometry - Artist Book Launch

Artist: by Poet Noa Shaham and Visual Artist Noa Ginzburg

Venue: Alma House of Hebrew Culture, 6 Shadal st. 

Opening: January 12th, 7 pm

Exhibition: So Close yet so far away

Artists: Contemporary artists from Cyprus

Venue: Petach Tikva Museum of Art

Opening: January 12th, 8 pm

Saturday

Exhibition: In Her Footsteps

Artists: The new exhibitions at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art include projects by women artists and curators. They present research journeys undertaken in the footsteps of real or fictional women from diverse times and places.

Michal Heiman: AP - Artist Proof, Asylum (The Dress, 1855-2017)

Hilla Ben Ari: Rethinking Broken Lines - A Tribute to Heda Oren

Talia Sidi: Five Works

Ronit Porat: Mr. Ulbrich and Miss Neumann

Miriam Chalfi: Bare Eyed

Moran Shoub: Tzila Binder's Cheerful Eyes

Hinda Weiss: After the Nubian Ibex

Tamar Latzman: Mrs. Tadd's Visit

Venue: Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art

Opening: January 14th, 8 pm

Ronit Porat

Exhibition: 
Stickerz 2 / One day pop-up stickers exhibition

Artist: 
ELNA, UNTAY, DARFISH, GAB, DIOZ, YONIL, PESH, MANYEARSAGO, NOA GOFFER, TOMAS GOLDSMIT, NOA ALON, ARNOL, ANDREW SANDLER, SIGNOR GI, WONKY MONKY, KATYA BARIUDIN, GELADA, MARIANNA RASKIN, OSNAT FEITELSON, MIKI MOTTES, SHACHAR BECHOR, FRENEMY, SIVAN FITERMAN.

Venue: Franzos 14 st. South Tel Aviv.
Google map - https://goo.gl/maps/3L1DENx9Sh42

Opening: January 14th, 12:00 - 21:00

 Untay

Untay

Tuesday

Exhibition: Lilith

Artist: Tommy Hartun

Venue: Braverman Gallery

Opening: January 17th, 8 pm