The Jerusalem Artists’ House

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    Jerusalem, Israel

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    The Jerusalem Artists’ House is situated in a historic building that once housed “The Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts”, founded by Boris Schatz. For a time the building housed the Bezalel National Museum and since 1965, it serves as a home for the Association of Jerusalem Artists. In this capacity, the House has become a dynamic exhibitions center, displaying unique and varied works of both Israeli and international artists.
    The Jerusalem Artists’ House exhibition plan includes special projects, such as Nidbach series, which gives prominent young artists a chance to exhibit their works for the first time, and Traces, the national drawing biennale.

    AICF Articles about The Jerusalem Artists’ House

    | Artist News
    Talia Israeli’s exhibition One of The Mountains at The Jerusalem Artists’ House (Curator: Yael Katz Ben Shalom) comprises works ranging between black and white. Large schematic paintings on canvas are joined by contrasting landscape drawings on small-f…