14 Bialik street, Tel Aviv

+972-3-5255961

 

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday - 10:00-15:00

Tuesday - 10:00-20:00

Saturdays & Holidays - 11:00-14:00

Closed on Sundays

 

Access

Busses no. 4, 16, 18, 24, 25

stop at the corner of Bialik street and Allenby Rd.

Parking available at Mograbi Square parking and Geula parking

Full accessibility to wheelchairs

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Jerusalem views

Throughout the 1920s', Rubin repeatedly painted Jerusalem, mostly in panoramic views, as though looking upwards and from a distance of awe. While depicting the mountains surrounding the city, he focused on parts of the wall and the narrow winding pathways leading to it. It is as though in Rubin's mind Jerusalem remained a focus of yearning rather than a concrete reality. This somewhat mystical approach seems to have been re-enforced in later decades, especially following the 1967 war.

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