Gay Travel: Art in Tel Aviv

The greatest thing about gay Tel Aviv, besides it being the amazing gay capital that it is- is that there it never rests. And if you are not too tired from last night’s partying, and you’d like to spend some time to explore Tel Aviv’s art scene- you are sure to get a taste of fine art, of whichever kind you fancy. Throughout the city, and surly not too far from your gay hotel, you will be able to find an art gallery- be it modern, contemporary or classic art, video art, instillation etc. But to get a better idea of the current Israeli artistic vibe you might want to venture out further into the city in search of the more complex and inspiring art.

All over the city you can find literally dozens of galleries, museums and art houses. Wanting to keep you as focused as possible, we concentrated a few of what we think are the best ones and the most representative of current Israeli art. But please, feel free to go out art-hunting on your own! It is highly recommended to book gay hotels in Tel Aviv that are close to the center, where everything happens, including its rich and diverse art scene.

Sommer Contemporary Art gallery, conveniently located on 13th Rothschild Boulevard (one of the major gay boulevards), is dedicated to the promotion of Israeli contemporary art in the international art scene and also vice versa- the introduction of international art to the Israeli art lovers. Artists that have exhibited in Sommer Contemporary Art gallery have, trough the help of the gallery, also exhibited their art in major galleries in London, Paris, Berlin and more.

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