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ראשי | תערוכות | Nahum Gutman – permanent exhibition

Nahum Gutman – permanent exhibition

The Nahum Gutman Museum collection, a part of which is on view here, was donated by the artist’s family to shed light on Gutman’s diversity and to acquaint the public with his work. Gutman was a founder of Hebrew art in Israel, a painter, illustrator, sculptor and writer for children.

Gutman was born in 1898 in Telenesti, Bessarabia (now Moldova). He immigrated to Israel with his parents and siblings at the age of 7, and they were among the 66 founding families of Tel Aviv. As a child, Gutman followed the establishment of the city, documenting his memories from its early days in works of art. Concurrently, he depicted Arab Jaffa, its inhabitans, and surrounding orchards. His works provide a glimpse into the lives of these two populations living on either side of the Jaffa-Tel Aviv road.

Curator: Monica Lavi

Nahum Gutman Museum

21 Shimon Rokach St., Tel-Aviv Jaffa
info@gutmanmuseum.co.il

Opening Hours

Sunday Closed
Monday 10:00 – 16:00
Tuesday 10:00 – 14:00
Wednesday 10:00 – 16:00
Thursday 10:00 – 18:00
Friday 10:00 – 14:00
Saturday 10:00 – 15:00

Entrance Fee

Children under 18 Free
Adult 24 nis
Pensioners 12 nis
Student 12 nis
Tel Aviv-Jaffa resident 18 nis

*Prices are not valid for group visits

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21 Shimon Rokach St., Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv-Jaffa
03-5161970
03-5161981
events@gutmanmuseum.co.il

Please fill out the form and we will contact you shortly.

21 Shimon Rokach St., Tel Aviv-Jaffa
03-5161970
03-5161981
info@gutmanmuseum.co.il