Gordon Gallery

South Tel Aviv
Art Gallery

Gordon Gallery has long been one of Tel Aviv’s flagship galleries with dual locations in the city’s posh north, but when it opened its third installment—transforming the ruins of a warehouse on the fringe of the city into a light-drenched 165-square meter Cubist dream—it set into motion a grand revolution for art in this city’s industrial south. Surrounded by carpet workshops and a zipper factory, the new Gordon Gallery sets the stage for the unexpected, allowing its curators to utilize art, shade, and the incredible element of surprise while launching new and up-and-coming artists in an atmosphere that perfectly matches their fresh potential.

Gordon Gallery
6 HaPelech St.Tel Aviv, Israel
972-03/529-0011

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