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The Jerusalem Artists' House
The Jerusalem Artists' House is situated in a grand historic building on Shmuel Hanagid Street that once housed the Bezalel National Museum, founded by Boris Schatz in 1906. With the Jerusalem Artists' House opening in 1965, the collections of the Bezalel National Museum became part of the initial collection of the Israel Museum. Ever since then, the house has served as home to the Association for Jerusalem Artists and in this capacity showcases exhibitions and works of art.
The annual exhibition plan includes a series focusing on notable young artists exhibiting their works for the first time, allowing them to take their first step in the "real" art world, as well as a series of retrospective works by veteran artists. One of the top contemporary art spots in the city, Jerusalem Artists' House regularly features exciting activities, group exhibitions as well as joint presentations for Jerusalem art, Israeli art, and international art. In addition, Hanagid Gallery at the Artists' House sells major collections of art to the public.
Entrance to the Jerusalem Artists' House is free.
Sun – Thurs: 10:00–13:00; 16:00–19:00
Fri: 10:00 – 13:00
Sat: 11:00 – 14:00
|Address||12 Shmuel Hanagid St, Jerusalem|
|Website||Jerusalem Artists' House|
- Areas: Nahalaot, City Center
- Type: Museum & Gallery, Arts & Culture
- Paid Parking Nearby
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 10:00–13:00, 16:00–19:00
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