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Tal Gallery in Kfar Vradim

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Tal Gallery in Kfar Vradim
Tal Gallery in Kfar Vradim
Tal Gallery in Kfar Vradim

Tal Gallery was founded by the Greenfeld family in the memory of their son Tal, a young artist who died at age twenty three, leaving a collection of more than eighty paintings and hundreds of drawings. Since 2002 Tal Gallery performs in cooperation with local artists living and creating in Kfar Vradim. The Gallery exhibits changing group and single exhibitions of Israeli artists together with exhibitions from Tal works collection. Tal Gallery, hosted several group exhibitions of Jewish and Arab artists from the vicinity of the Western Galilee area and an exhibition in cooperation with the Jewish community in Belgium, an exhibition of the finalists of Alix de Rothschild award for 2005, young artists exhibitions and many more. Tal Gallery performs annual 5-6 exhibitions, festive openings, gallery talks and art lectures. The Gallery hosts children and young studentís art educational visits. The Gallery indents to give opportunity to young promising artists, showing Israeli Contemporary Art and initiating Art projects in the community. Tal Gallery is located in Kfar Vradim, a community picturesque village in the Galilee, at the North of Israel


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  • Opening hours
    tue  17:00-19:00
    sat  11:00-14:00
    holidays  11:00-14:00
      and by appointment phone 0547542699 or email
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    Kfar Vradim, 74 Hazav street
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