Braverman Gallery is proud to take part in the Solidarity Weekend, January 28 and 29 in Tel Aviv.
The works by the artists who took part in the exhibition “Mosad” at the Ramat-Gan museum, which closed after attempts of censorship and political pressure by the city mayor, will be exhibited on Friday and Saturday, January 28 and 29 as part of “freedom for the art” initiative. Dozen of galleries and art spaces in Tel Aviv united to stand against acts of censorship. Freedom to the arts.
Braverman gallery will present Mark Yashaev work, “Abduction of a Sabine women”, on the gallery window facing the street.
Gallery opening hours during the weekend: Friday-Saturday, 11am-2pm.
The weekend of solidarity is held at the initiative of Dr. Daniel Milman, a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist, a resident of Tel Aviv. Milman is a collector of works of art, lecturer on the themes of art at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Petah-Tikva Art Museum and in the Tel Aviv Center for Contemporary Art (CCA).
Image: Mark Yashaev, “Abduction of a Sabine women”, 2017, inkjet print, 150×193 cm.
Tue – Thu
By appointment only
11:00 – 16:00
11:00 – 14:00