Tel Aviv Illustration Week returns for the sixth time this year, November 21-30, in venues throughout the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality.
There will be 79 exhibitions by approximately 700 Israeli illustrators, designers and artists, compared to 50 exhibitions in 2018.
Most events are free of charge and open to the general public.
Founder and Chief Curator Yuval Saar, editor of Israeli art magazine Portfolio, encourages participation of established and new illustrators from leading academies and independent illustrator associations, in solo and group exhibitions.
Exhibitions will be open in cultural and art spaces, collaborative galleries, museums and entertainment venues across the city.
This year, a special concentration of exhibitions will be held in the area of the Old Jaffa Alley and the Noga designer complex in collaboration with “Atar,” the artist-in-residence program at the Old Jaffa Museum. Eighteen exhibitions will be presented there in total, including “The Best of Illustration Week,” 60 light boxes in the public space of Old Jaffa Alley, open 24/7 during the show.
Among the other venues are the Ilana Goor Museum, the Jaffa Flea Market, the Architects House Gallery, PhotoHouse, Nissan Nativ Acting Studio, the Isrotel Art Laboratory, Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv Port, Central Bus Station and Eretz Israel Museum.
About 50,000 people visited Illustration Week last year.
For further details on locations and opening hours for the exhibitions, click here.