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Indie Photography Group gallery (a registered Non-Profit Organization) was founded in 2010 by a group of visual artists to provide an artistic platform for young and established contemporary artists in the medium of Photography and Video Art. Indie aims to promote and broaden the discourse on Photography in Israel, Without any dependency in financial and commercial issues that could affect the process of the artwork.
42 Chlenov st, Tel Aviv Jaffa
We are a group of artists that opened a self-funded, egalitarian, clique-free and non-profit gallery in the heart of the sooty southern Tel-Aviv. The vision of Binyamin Gallery is to offer a chance to visiting curators (well-known as well as young graduates) and guest artists from Israel and abroad. We created a platform for fresh kick-ass exhibitions. Binyamin Gallery is managed as a cooperative by its members, all graduates of Israel’s high art institutes in their first decade of artistic activity. We provide a professional network to motivate, guide and promote the monthly collaborators, within the art discourse. At the time of the gallery inauguration, in March 2011, the group’s manifesto was presented in the exhibition text by the curator, Gilad Melzer (translated freely from Hebrew: “The opening of a cultural institution, as modest as it may be, in Israel of 2011, is not to be taken for granted. Culture, if at all present on the local radar screen of consciousness, is seen as a weak signal, and the weakest of all is that of plastic arts. Thus the opening of a new gallery, by a collective of artists not driven by the pursuit of material gain, but rather […]
Shvil ha-merets 5, Tel aviv
We are a neighborhood in south Tel Aviv in a former industrial zone. Since the factories closed or moved out, a lot of artists, designers, musicians, dancers, street artists and small business are now the heart of the neighborhood. Here, you’ll be discover amazing artists, crafters and unique experience. we partnered together created a website to open our studios and shops and interact with local and international scene.
Shvil Hamifal 1, Tel Aviv, Israel
Artopus collective is a group of 13 interdisciplinary artists based in Tel Aviv, Israel. We share a studio space, produce exhibitions, workshops, lectures and cultural events within that space. Artopus aims to invite the public to explore their own creativity and get to know the local artists working in their midst.
Simtat Beit HaBad 3, Tel Aviv
Nulobaz artist group has gathered and started to work in the recent year out of a growing need to have a space that allows freedom for creative, original, independent work. The group aims to create a rich and deep internal exchange that will expand outwards; to become an active agency within the context of the gallery’s surrounding environment, the art world, as well as broader cultural spheres. The space will serve as a platform for solo exhibitions of the group members, group exhibition with different themes, guest artists and curators, video and performance nights, music shows, workshops, cultural events, and even a small gallery shop.
19 Zvulun Street, Tel Aviv, Israel
Alfred Cooperative Institute for Art & Culture is an alternative art space – home to an active and vibrant artist community aimed at introducing contemporary Israeli art and its young creators to art lovers in the local community. The Alfred Institute is the successor of Alfred Gallery, a pioneer in the sphere of cooperative artistic ventures, who’s work became a model for numerous cooperative art galleries in Israel. After 8 years of successful work in south Tel-Aviv, Alfred Institute was establish one year ago, as a space devoted entirely to promoting and supporting young Israeli art.
Simtat Shlush 5, Tel Aviv
The artist-run initiative provides emerging and established artists and curators a stage to present their work. Our collaborative structure aspires to bring together different forms of artistic expression and facilitate public engagement with contemporary artists. Idris was born out of the desire to give artists with diverse political, geographical, religious and social backgrounds a space to meet and collaborate. We invite artists to invent, exhibit, and thrive, explore new mediums and create a dialogue. For this reason, we aim at showcasing the work of artists, free of constraints in mediums and techniques. After over one year of activity in Mendeli Street Tel Aviv, we have freed ourselves from physical spacial constraints, and have become a mobile initiative, developing new projects in venues both in Israel and abroad. The name Idris brings to mind numerous cultural associations for a variety of people, reflecting both our approach to the space and its goals of bridging, creating and fostering alternative venues of expression in the art field. In Arabic, Baluchi, Persian and Turkish the term Idris is derived from the root درس which is associated with the process of education. As specified in the Encyclopedia of Islam the name originated from the ancient […]