Exhibitions to be held in the Israeli Design Season

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תאריך 26/09/2019
תאריך תפוגה 31/12/2019
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​The exhibits are presented in urban galleries and in the outdoor exhibition in the museum's garden. Entrance is free!
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​​​“Plastic Surgery"

An exhibition focusing on plastic, a material that has lost its appeal, since being perceived as a major contributor to ecological pollution. Artists and designers have found alternative uses for the plastic, creating original works. These are shown in the exhibition, after “plastic surgery" has been performed on products, objects and plastic residues; the works have been transformed into visually and conceptually fascinating creations, in the hands of the artists /designers, while at the same time a personal message is conveyed from each exhibitor.

The Farm Gallery, address: 1 HaNehoshet St. corner of HaMelacha St., Holon Industrial Area

Opening: 25.9.19
Closing 31.12.19
:Opening Hours
Wednesday-Thursday 17:00-20:00
Friday-Saturday 10:00-14:00

Plastic Surgery" exhibition"

“Did you pack this yourself?"

The exhibition shows packages and packaging solutions in the era of recycling, on the one hand, and marketing and branding, on the other hand. Medicine packaging that turns into a wearable clothing item, degradable packaging that also functions as a home-grown substrate from the luffa plant. A system of twenty-four packages, each representing a different human emotion, arriving in a “dust" formation. A spectacle case that turns into a spectacle-polishing cloth, a recycling package that becomes a container and recipe notebook, a clothes hanger that is also used as packaging, packaging that is made from bicycle inner lining, and more.

Gallery named after Yehoshua Hankin – 109 Hankin St., Holon, Tel. 03-5590021

Opening: 25.9.19
Closing: 30.11.19

Opening Hours:
Sunday-Thursday 10:00-13:00, 16:00-19:00
Friday 10:00-13:00
Saturday 10:00-14:00

“Did you pack this yourself?" exhibition

Yalla! Beitar Jerusalem

An exhibition dedicated to Beitar Jerusalem football club: The history, roots, incarnations, symbols, main characters – and at the center the idea that football is much more than a game, but is actually a phenomenon with ideological, national and social aspects. The exhibition will be held in the Beit Meirov HaMishkan Gallery, Holon.

Beit Meirov HaMishkan Gallery–- 31 Herzfeld Street, Holon. Tel. 03-6516851

Opening: 26.9.19
Closing: 31.12.19

Opening Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 17:00-20:00
Friday and Saturday 10:00-13:00

Yalla! Beitar Jerusalem exhibition

​“It's not just a sport"

An outdoor exhibition presenting moments from the world of sport captured by the camera of the famous and highly respected photographer, Moshe Shai, togther with illustrations and caricatures made by Israeli illustrators, capturing moments and characters from the Israeli sports worlds, in a humoristic way.

The pathways in the museum garden (61 Weitzman St., Holon, adjacent to the Israeli Cartoon Museum)

Opening: 25.9.19
Closing: 31.12.19

תמונה
​​“Plastic Surgery" exhibition
מחושב-שנה 2019
מחושב-חודש 9
קישור נוסף
קבצים מצורפים

Exhibitions to be held in the Israeli Design Season

​The exhibits are presented in urban galleries and in the outdoor exhibition in the museum's garden. Entrance is free!
​​“Plastic Surgery" exhibition

​​​“Plastic Surgery"

An exhibition focusing on plastic, a material that has lost its appeal, since being perceived as a major contributor to ecological pollution. Artists and designers have found alternative uses for the plastic, creating original works. These are shown in the exhibition, after “plastic surgery" has been performed on products, objects and plastic residues; the works have been transformed into visually and conceptually fascinating creations, in the hands of the artists /designers, while at the same time a personal message is conveyed from each exhibitor.

The Farm Gallery, address: 1 HaNehoshet St. corner of HaMelacha St., Holon Industrial Area

Opening: 25.9.19
Closing 31.12.19
:Opening Hours
Wednesday-Thursday 17:00-20:00
Friday-Saturday 10:00-14:00

Plastic Surgery" exhibition"

“Did you pack this yourself?"

The exhibition shows packages and packaging solutions in the era of recycling, on the one hand, and marketing and branding, on the other hand. Medicine packaging that turns into a wearable clothing item, degradable packaging that also functions as a home-grown substrate from the luffa plant. A system of twenty-four packages, each representing a different human emotion, arriving in a “dust" formation. A spectacle case that turns into a spectacle-polishing cloth, a recycling package that becomes a container and recipe notebook, a clothes hanger that is also used as packaging, packaging that is made from bicycle inner lining, and more.

Gallery named after Yehoshua Hankin – 109 Hankin St., Holon, Tel. 03-5590021

Opening: 25.9.19
Closing: 30.11.19

Opening Hours:
Sunday-Thursday 10:00-13:00, 16:00-19:00
Friday 10:00-13:00
Saturday 10:00-14:00

“Did you pack this yourself?" exhibition

Yalla! Beitar Jerusalem

An exhibition dedicated to Beitar Jerusalem football club: The history, roots, incarnations, symbols, main characters – and at the center the idea that football is much more than a game, but is actually a phenomenon with ideological, national and social aspects. The exhibition will be held in the Beit Meirov HaMishkan Gallery, Holon.

Beit Meirov HaMishkan Gallery–- 31 Herzfeld Street, Holon. Tel. 03-6516851

Opening: 26.9.19
Closing: 31.12.19

Opening Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 17:00-20:00
Friday and Saturday 10:00-13:00

Yalla! Beitar Jerusalem exhibition

​“It's not just a sport"

An outdoor exhibition presenting moments from the world of sport captured by the camera of the famous and highly respected photographer, Moshe Shai, togther with illustrations and caricatures made by Israeli illustrators, capturing moments and characters from the Israeli sports worlds, in a humoristic way.

The pathways in the museum garden (61 Weitzman St., Holon, adjacent to the Israeli Cartoon Museum)

Opening: 25.9.19
Closing: 31.12.19

Posted on: 9/26/2019