Dialogues - Eretz Israel Museum

Dialogues
The Tel Aviv Biennale of Crafts & Design

Titled First Person. Second Nature, the Tel Aviv Biennale brings together, for the first time, different fields of craft and design. The exhibition features some 250 works presented in various spaces throughout the museum, including the permanent displays and outdoor areas.

Dialogue 1

The Man and His Work Pavilion presents ethnographic objects and tools that reflect local lifestyles and work traditions in the land of Israel and its environs. The contemporary craft displays featured in the pavilion as part of the Biennale entertain a dialogue with the permanent displays.

For more information about the Biennale participants featured in the Man and His Work Pavilion, please access the Biennale blog.

 

Dialogue 2

The Glass Pavilion enfolds within it some 3,500 years of work in glass. The works hosted in the pavilion as part of the Biennale respond to the space, engage with the ancient glass artifacts, and offer material, formal and conceptual interpretations.

For more information about the Biennale participants featured in the Glass Pavilion, please access the Biennale blog.

 

Dialogue 3

The Ceramics Pavilion is devoted to the ceramic material and to the development of pottery-making. The works hosted in the pavilion as part of the Biennale intervene in the museum’s permanent displays and are assimilated into them, while exploring layers of ancient and contemporary material culture.

For more information about the Biennale participants featured in the Ceramics Pavilion, please access the Biennale blog.