Herzliya Museum of Art

Herzliya Museum of Art

Outside the Herzliya Museum of Art.

HaBanim St 4
Herzliya 4637904

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Herzliya Museum was built in the early 1960s as a combination between a military memorial building (Beit Yad Labanim) and a museum and cultural center, thereby indicating that life has the upper hand. At the time, the museum presented, alongside art works, archaeological finds from the Apollonia national park on the Herzliya shoreline. In the 1980s, the museum built a large sculpture garden and grew in the 1990s to focus on young, contemporary art, both Israeli and international.

Today, the museum attempts to feature work on contemporary cultural and social issues, taking a wide view of artistic discourse and opening it up to dialogue with other fields. The museum’s annual program includes three cycles of exhibitions. In addition to exhibitions in all artistic media, the museum stresses an exploration of its collections, history, and architecture, as well as its relationship to its urban vicinity.

The Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art’s activities comply with the Israeli Museum Law. It is a nonprofit public institution, whose aim is to engage in research and display, and in cultural, artistic and educational activities. The museum is a center of diverse cultural and educational enterprises, including guided tours of the exhibitions, artist talks, lectures, conferences, and many other events.


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