A moving exhibition presented by Yediot Ahronot newspaper documenting the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin through rare photographs collected from photojournalists, the public and news agencies.
In 1930 the Cinema Mograbi was established and in 1935 Cinema Allenby screened its first movies. These two iconic cinemas are the focus of this photographic exhibition.
This solo exhibition ocuses on his perception on Jewish, ethnic and cultural identity as defined by fragmented and complete concepts.
Some of the world's first-rate chefs will take over Tel Aviv restaurants for three weeks, offering special menus featuring their most superb dishes.
Childhood friends who grew up to form this unique ensemble
The history of Israeli jewelry can be traced through this exhibition which displays pieces from past and present.
Three municipal buildings are turned into performance venues for a wide range of arts for one night and all for free.
A unique men's choir in formal military dress, features soloist Joseph Kobzon, famous Jewish Russian crooner.
Tel Aviv’s open air Friday morning Farmers’ Market is located at the Port, an area of Tel Aviv which is becoming a focus of culture and entertainment in the city.
Frontman of Slowdrive (now Mojave 3), Neil Halstead has gone solo and will perform one show only in Israel.
Winner of the 2014 Rappaport Prize for a Young Israeli Artist draws on the geopolitical surroundings to inspire her paintings of familiar local sites like Allenby and Jaffa Road.
The exhibition includes work by European and American artists like Emil Nolde, Arshile Gorky, Francis Bacon, Giorgia OKeeffe and Morris Louis.
Heather Nova erforms in Israel as part of her world tour promoting her album The Way it Feels.
Legendary British rock-pop band Smokie, has continued to charm audiences for decades and will be performing in Israel as part of their latest world tour.
The ancient port of Jaffa will host a dynamic market where fashion, art and design become interchangeable.
American Tex-Mex indie-rock band Calexico will perform in Israel for the third time following visits in 2009 and 2013.
An Israeli audience will be treated to quality music by the Canadian duo Megan James and Corin Roddick.
The band UMO will perform their unique indie-pop, music led by band founder Ruban Nielson including hits from their latest album Multi-Love.
Leading Israeli and international jazz artists converge for an exciting festival boasting a variety of rhythms and styles.
Tuesdays (10AM to 6PM) and Fridays (10AM to 5PM – or 4:30 PM during the winter).