My blog is far from being a platform where I vent about my life, but I’m just felling the need to justify why my Bubble-List was delayed this week : I got a new awesome job, and few new exciting projects and collaborations are on their way.  That being said, let’s see what the Tel Aviv arty scene has to offer this week:



Public Space, as indicated by its name, is an initiative for trade and exhibition by local, current and promising artists and designers, in the most public space in town, Mazeh 9″*. Behind this project we can find the co-founder of La Culture Itay Blaish, giving once again his expertise on the upraising Tel Aviv art and design scene. Three areas, three floors filled with fashion, art and design. The little plus? A full floor dedicated to La Culture and its contemporary affordable art. A Must Experience.

When  | November 14 to November 16

Where | 9, Mazeh Tel Aviv


Sharon Ya’ari – Leap Toward Yourself 

Sharon Ya’ari is an established  Israeli photographer who lives and works in Tel Aviv.  His work is full of poesy, he seizes the moment and capture the space with talent.  I’m a huge fan of his photographies, his sense of composition is always blowing me away. Few words about the artworks displayed in the exhibition : “While everything decays and time, wind and floods sweep away what has been and what might have been, we have to hold our head above the water. In Ya’ari’s most recent photographs, representing a kind of archaeology of being, the viewers seem to participate in a constant transformation of space and time”**. A beautiful show to the discover at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

When  | Until April 16

Where | 27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd, Tel Aviv


Ofer Lellouche – Nine

Lellouche is an Israeli painter and sculpture who works between Tel Aviv and Paris. This versatile artist is presenting this week a new solo exhibitions at the Zemack Contemporary Art Space, featuring only sculptures, busts to be more precise.

When  | November 14

Where  | 68 Hey B-iyar St. Tel Aviv


Roei Freilich & Naama Tsabar preform on “Propagation” – Showtime

No need to present anymore the amazing installations/performances of “Showtime” curated by Hadas Maor. It’s been since the beginning of August that the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art is hosting theses “sounds installations”, and of course the performances of Naama Tsabar and other special guests performers every Thursday evening. Showtime will close its doors in about ten days so don’t miss it.

When  | November 14 AT 8.30 pm

Where  | Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art , 6  Tarsat Blvd Tel Aviv


Space Shuttle 2013 – “Loving Art, Making Art”

This project that was created last year for the “Loving Art, Making Art” 2012, allow people to enter artists studios and discover exclusive artworks. Curated by Hila Cohen-Schneiderman, it will feature artists such as Zohar Gotesman and Yael Frank, Oren Ben Moreh and Tzachi Buchbut : “The project wished to raise questions concerning work processes and allow artists to completely and organically mend the gap between the space in which they create and the exhibition space. The premise of the project was that the studio constitutes a ‘space shuttle’ of sorts – a place that provides the artist with conditions of freedom and quiet and therefore holds the possibility of experimenting, envisioning, creating, and believing. The fusion of a studio with a temporary exhibition space allows the experimental nature of the work process to be maintained all through the exhibition stage”***.

When  | November 15 & 16

Where  | Around the city


Pop-Up TLV – Art and Wonders

Tel Aviv is addicted to everything that is ephemeral, so no surprises that pop-up store are popping everywhere in the city. Art and Wonders is situated in the very authentic and beautiful Neve Tzedek. Pop- up TLV is a constantly renewed show room which presents an interesting mix of art, design, furniture, jewellery and many others goodies.

When  | Now

Where  | 1 Lilienblum St. Tel Aviv

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