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ESRA Tel Aviv 'Virtual Tour of Art Museums' with Kinneret Zohar-Lahav

Event Date and Time: 
Repeats every month until Sun Apr 15 2018 .


Seminar - Armchair Tours of Art Museums

with Kinneret Zohar-Lahav, art historian

Three monthly meetings on Sundays at 10:00

#1  18 February - THE DALI MUSEUMS:

#2   18 March NEUE GALERIE, New York:

A journey back in time. This museum is a ‎European time capsule, exhibiting early 20th century German and Austrian art ‎and design. Together we shall explore the time frame, attempting to understand ‎the reasoning and need for a new artistic language. We shall meet the patrons ‎and the artists whose work was labeled by Hitler as “degenerate”. The collection ‎contains masterpieces created by the various artistic groups and the iconic ‎portrait of Klimt’s Adele Bloch-Bauer, bought by museum owner, Ronald Lauder ‎for $135 million.


A mirror of America. For the final ‎lecture of our seminar, we will have a close look at the works on exhibit at The ‎Whitney, which focuses on 20th- and 21st-century American Art with works by ‎Edward Hopper, Jackson Pollock, Calder and more….‎

Seminar of 3 lectures: NIS 200; ESRA members NIS150
Individual lectures: NIS 70 ESRA members NIS 55 
Pre-paid reservations only:  09-748 2957

Kinneret Zohar-Lahav was born in Bombay to Israeli diplomat parents. Growing up in foreign lands gave her a unique view in understanding the history of art, its present and future as the artists saw it and the context in which a piece was created.
Looking at a picture, she enters an adventure. An artwork is a window into another dimension of time and place. This will be the manner and method of her art appreciation course and her invitation to explore the finest collections of art in Europe.


Ramat Gan
‎Gan Bair Lecture Hall,
12 Dr Cohen Street,
(1 block from  Bialik and Jabotinsky  with parking, and bus numbers  82, 70, 38, 51, 66, 40  etc.)
Contact Name: 
09-748 2957
Price for Members: