Israeli Art on World Tour
Posted on September 18th, 2014 at 5:05 pm by admin

Israeli Art

Last week I visited this overwhelmingly nice exhibition in Munich on the Prater-Island. All rooms of that pretty big location were massively packed with about a thousand artworks produced by over three-hundred israeli artists. All kinds of skills were present: You could wander through the premisses looking at paintings, photography, sculptures and installations. Almost all varieties of arts human beings can create were present. Gladly I went there two times, because there was really quite much to see. It also was an very important exhibition. In times when israel-bashing becomes so popular, it’s good to show that this small country has a massive creative engine and it allows artist to freely produce the works they are on about, without any censorship. [Thanx to the artworks-munich team for this beautiful event!]

More info: artworks-munich.com | There was in deed so much artwork, that I can’t show it all here. But I have put up an album on flickr with a lot more pictures from the exhibition. >>>

Israeli Art

Israeli Art

Israeli Art

Israeli Art

Israeli Art

Israeli Art

Israeli Art

>>> Don’t forget to check out the photo-album on flickr. There are exactly one-hundred photos with impressions from the exhibition waiting for you to be seen. >>>

Comments so far:

Link Here | September 23, 2014,

the trumpet-slug is too great! just nice. sad I missed that exhibition 🙁

Comment by Astronause123


Link Here | September 23, 2014,

the trombone-slug I meant 😉

Comment by Astronause123


Link Here | September 23, 2014,

eeerr, it’s a bugle-slug. sorry about that. now I now a lot about wind instruments. hehehehe

Comment by Astronause123


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