Established in 2004, Braverman Gallery is a leading member of the contemporary art scene in Tel Aviv, specializing in video-art and installations. The gallery seeks to bring Israeli artists to international audiences by promoting its artists worldwide. Recent projects include Nira Pereg’s  installation at LAX, LA, as well as a solo exhibition “ISHMAEL” (2016) at Braverman Pop-Up Gallery in New York City, Ilit Azoulay’s and Katharina Gaenssler participation in the MoMA group exhibition “Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015”, Bracha L. Ettinger’s solo exhibition at the Istanbul Biennial (2015), and Gilad Ratman’s participation in the 55th Venice Art Biennale, representing Israel (2013).

The gallery has an international focus, with projects such as Grazia Toderi in 2018, Tommy Hartung’s “LILITH” (2017), Robin Rhode’s first Tel Aviv Museum exhibition “Under the Sun” (2017), Leandro Erlich’s “Mirrors” (2014), and Kate Gilmore’s “Built to Burst” (2011).

Braverman Gallery has also encouraged exciting and cutting-edge projects from Israeli artists such as Oren Eliav’s “How to Disappear Completely” (2018) and Ilit Azoulay’s first solo exhibition in the Israel Museum “No Thing Dies” (2017), both at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.

Acquisitions made by significant art institutions include the 2018  addition of Nira Pereg’s works “Abraham Abraham” and “Sarah Sarah” to the Tate Collection. Other artists’ works are featured in both local and international collections including MoMA (NYC), LACMA (LA), Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (NYC), Centre Pompidou (Paris), GAM (Torino), MCA (Chicago), MOCAK (Krakow), MAMbo (Bologna), Des Moines Art Center (Des Moines), Israel Museum (Jerusalem), Tel Aviv Museum of Art (Tel Aviv), MACBA (Barcelona), Herzliya Museum of Art (Herzliya), Haifa Museum of Art (Haifa). Private collections include Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Torino), Tony Podesta collection (Washington DC), Sammlung Goetz (Munich), and The Ekard Art Foundation (The Netherlands).

Owner: Yaffa Braverman

Partner, Director and Curator: Adi Gura