On the occasion of the National Day of Romania, The Romanian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv and the Embassy of Romania to the State of Israel are proud to invite you to the opening of the exhibition "Romania and Israel in the colours of nature", on December 11, 2014 at 6 p.m. The event, organized in collaboration with the Israeli art group "Tzeva BaTeva", will include also a music program performed by Amir Gad and Adam Frumkin, students of The Lin and Ted Arison Israel Conservatory of Music and will take place at the Romanian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv (8 Shaul HaMelech Blvd, Beit Amot Mishpat, 6th floor).
The works collected in this exhibition hosted by RCI Tel Aviv, have been created in art workshops in Romania and Israel by 49 artists, members of the group. The exhibition includes art works by: Monica Alon, Yaffa Anavi, Shushu (Vunsh) Barak, Shosh Ben Bassat, Hana Belo, Jacob Ben David, Moshe Ben-Yefet, Sol Berko, Ruth Brown, Perach Cohen, Miriam Cojocaru, Rachel Kvodi Cordova, Ilana Doron, Mordechai Paul Fleischer, Helen Francis, Silvia Ginsberg, Meir Glick, Rachel Hamburger, Clara Herșcovici, Yaffa Jaeger, Livia Kessler, Shosh Indyk, Shlomo Levi, Pearl Lugassi, Miriam Melzer, Shulamit Mizrachi, Bakal Nachshon Nitzi, Yitzhak Nir, Jacob Pisante, Diana Pomeranz, Miriam Ravia, Batia Regev, Etti Regev, Mimi Rozenberg, Devorah Rosen, Ariela Gonda Shaked, Yardena Sharabi, Leah Shavit, Nili May-Tal, Silvia Waisberg, Schmukler Yoel, Eva Shalit, Irit Shany, Abraham Shemi-Shoham, Shosh Szilagy, Gabrielle Touboul, Sarah Weber, Shoshana Weingarten, Sarah Zivony.
Greetings by: Dr. Simona Tanasescu, art critic and representative of the Romanian Ministry of Culture, Dr. Gina Pana, director of RCI Tel Aviv, Jacob Ben David, founder of the "Tzeva BaTeva" art group.
RCI Tel Aviv would like to thank Mrs. Livia Kessler, the promoter of this collaboration project with "Tzeva BaTeva", for her valuable support in organizing this exhibition. [...]