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Current Exhibitions

Transparent as Aquarelle | Works on paper from the collection of Shmuel and Tamara Givon

Transparent as Aquarelle | Works on paper from the collection of Shmuel and Tamara Givon

This selection focuses on the early part of the collection, which began taking shape in the late fifties and includes works by the leading Eretz-Israeli artists – Stematsky, Zaritsky, Kossonogi, Lubin, Stenzel, Giladi, and Abramowicz – from the forties through to the mid-sixties.
Opening: Saturday, June 14, 2014
Curator: Tali Tamir

Ruth Schloss

Ruth Schloss | “I Can Do Something With This”

Opening: Saturday, May 17, 2014
Closing: Sunday, August 17, 2014


David Perlov

David Perlov | Drawings, Photographs, Films

Opening: Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 13:00
The exhibition and the book are supported
by the Ostrovsky Family Fund

Closing: end of July 2014
Curator: Galia Bar Or


Tosafot - Women Illustrating Talmud

Tosafot - Women Drawing Talmud

Tosafot – an exhibition of the illustrated Talmud by Jacqueline Nicholls and Yonah Lavery-Yisraeli, is part of the Museum's renewed interest in engaging its visitors in meaningful dialogue with the content and values of the Judaica collection.
Opening: December 6, 2013
Closing: end of August, 2014
Curator: Dvora Liss


Shmuel Bickels | Museum of Art, Ein Harod

Shmuel Bickels | Workshop

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Dudu Geva

Dudu Geva's Restored Workshop

Saturday 16 February at 11:00
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Judaica Collection

Judaica Collection

This story begins in 1938 in the “art corner” of the small wooden studio of the painter Chaim Atar (1902-1953), a member of Kibbutz Ein Harod (founded in 1921) and an energetic visionary of the first generation of kibbutz pioneers, who conceived the idea of the Museum of Art, Ein Harod...