Tel Aviv Museum of Art
7th December 2013
Even if you are not a museum lover: the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a must visit attraction when travelling to “The Bubble”. The architecture of the ultramodern new museum wing, designed by the American architect Preston Scott Cohen, is stunning and absolutely worth walking by. But not only the outside of the building made me move this place to the top of my favourite museums in the world (yes, I have a list). I wandered around for a couple of hours and couldn’t get enough of their collection. Find works from the greatest: Van Gogh (The Shepherdess, 1889), Pollock (Earth Worms, 1946), Chagall (Solitude, 1933), Picasso (Torso of a Woman, 1953) and so on. They also have a great collection of interesting Israeli artists.
Address: Shaul Hamelech Blvd 27, Tel Aviv
Opening hours: Monday & Wednesday: 10AM – 4.00PM / Tuesday & Thursday: 10AM – 10 / Friday: 10AM – 2.00PM / Saturday: 10AM – 4PM / Sunday: closed
Contact: (+972) 03 6077020 – [email protected]
Copyright pictures: Marie Monsieur