Chelouche Gallery for Contemporary Art
Chelouche Gallery is one of the most prominent and leading galleries in Israel. Located in Tel Aviv, Chelouche Gallery maintains its primacy by presenting a large variety of works, ranging from video art to sculpture, painting, installation and photography. Since its inception, the gallery has been promoting an international and local exhibition program, in collaboration with curators and artists from Israel and around the world, placing itself one step ahead in the Israeli contemporary art scene. Chelouche Gallery is the home for both emerging and established Israeli artists such as Miki Kratsman, Nir Evron, Ira Eduardovna and Shai Yehezkelli, alongside international artists such as Peter Greenaway, Melanie Manchot and William Kentridge.
Established by Nira Itzhaki in 1985, Chelouche gallery is located in the historic "Twin House" of 7 Mazeh Street, one of the most beautiful historical buildings of Tel Aviv placed at the heart of the city.
The Gallery extends upon four floors (600 sq) offering a variety of exhibition spaces, as well as the 'Chelouche Salon' on the top floor which hosts cultural activities, and a branch of Tola'at Sfarim (“Bookworm”) a bookstore-café placed on the ground floor.
With an outstanding presence in the international art scene, Chelouche gallery has been collaborating with a vast number of established curators and artists both in Israel and around the world and actively participating in international exhibitions, Art Fairs and biennales.
For additional details please contact Chelouche Gallery at:
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Tuesday- Thursday 12:00-18:00