New Exhibit at Art Cube Artists’ Studios

New Exhibit At Art Cube Artists’ Studios

On Monday, Art Cube Artists’ Studios kicked off the opening of a new exhibit with a gallery talk that was open to the public, free of charge. Raya Bruckenthal, one of the artists who works at the studio, explained the impact that having a work space in Jerusalem had on her creative process, highlighting a series of videos and photographs that focused on ultra-Orthodox aesthetics, and how that related to her evolving identity as a religious Jewish Israeli artist and woman.

Tomer Azulay, a native Jerusalemite who is working at the studios after a long stint in Tel Aviv, presented his latest project, with fellow artist Lihi Turjeman, which takes paints and materials from abandoned buildings in Tel Aviv and turns them into works of art. The result of Turjeman and Azoulay’s collaboration will be on display at the gallery as part of its new “Artist’s Wall” exhibit.

The gallery is open to the public  free of charge, Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 am to 4 pm, Thursdays from 12 pm to 8 pm, and Fridays from 10 am to 2 pm.

We are proud to support Art Cube Artists’ Studios, a vital part of the burgeoning arts scene in the Talpiot neighborhood and an essential resource for artists wishing to live and create in Jerusalem.