In light of the dizzying success of the first exhibition at the Imperial Hotel (more than 110,000 visitors) and following the series of temporary museum exhibitions that captivated the audience and took place in various buildings in Tel Aviv, curator Yaara Zaks is launching a new and large-scale pop-up exhibition in collaboration with Imperial Bar Group at the Imperial Hotel in Tel Aviv
IMAGINING UTOPIA: Artists imagine an ideal future for a better world
The exhibition invites artists to imagine and explore their own private UTOPIA: what their ideal world would look like and how they imagine a perfect future through their art.
We invite visitors to an immersive experience of art, design and inspiration by walking among the 38 rooms of the Imperial Hotel. In each of the hotel's 38 rooms, visitors will discover a new, colorful and exciting utopian world created by the presenting artists.
Visitors will be able to wander among the utopian worlds created by the artists in the hotel rooms and for an hour and a half lose themselves in the hotel and live an extraordinary and inspiring experience.
Among the projects being carried out, the artist Filfeld in collaboration with Air Production will erect a huge inflatable sculpture in front of the hotel, the fashion photographer Ella Ozan will introduce visitors to her utopian world created with the help of artificial intelligence in combination With the world of fashion and style, the artist Yariv Twig, who experiences utopia as a childish experience, will present viewers with a great children's game. To make them feel small again, the graffiti artist DIOZ invites visitors to his hotel room, where he celebrates self-expression. , freedom and psychedelic unity with the help of a combination of graffiti that come to life with 3D figures that come to life. Artist Alon Daniel Walmot presents visitors with a machine room that will allow them to build their own utopian world with the help of thousands of different buttons and indicator panels.
Pilpeled, Rita Adamovich, Yigal Taliansky, Yariv Twig, Noa Alfasi, dioz, Amir Harel, Ido Volansky & Noy Konforty House Volforty, Ortel Zaks, Daniela Zaks, Daniel Filosof, Ella Ozan, KipKop Art Studio, Omri Guetta, Alon Daniel Walmot, Lior Epstein, Liran Verdial, Shir Lamdan, Ezra Baderman, Gal Bar-Adon, Rotem Nadia Barkai, Moran Gross, Tomer Tal Ziontz, Assaf Abrahamov, PIT, Nir Cohen, Nurit Tal, Shahar Tal, monkey rmg, Merav Peleg, Ranei Mazor, Lihan Karlinsky, Anna Kogan, Idit Fischer Katz, Yael Friedman, Lior Friedman, Noi Cohen Gal, Nofer Hatuchah, Tamar Kaplan, Michael Doron, Nitzan Bar, Michal Cohen, Hai Dorani, Leah Maslow, Sapir Rubenstein, Studio Yarnatak, Paul Rosenbaum, Nataly Fine, Lior Kesem Hamma, Aviv Highville, Dina Levy, Uri Keenan-almost toys , Almog Zachs, Ari, Karin Vasiluk, stepa aifo, Antonia Lev, Air Production
Days 1 – 5 09:30 – 23:00 (last entry at 21:30)
Day and | 09:00 – 15:30 (last entry at 14:00)
Saturday 09:00 – 23:00 (last entry at 21:30)
Entry to the exhibition is by purchasing a ticket in advance only. There is no ticket sales on site.
Ticket price for the exhibition: NIS 119 (free admission for children up to 4 years old)
Exclusive benefit for Max customers: a NIS 69 ticket check on the website
Link to buy tickets on the to-mix website לינק לרכישת כרטיסים באתר to-mix
Parking with payment in the area: Parking Migdal Ha Ópera | Idelson Migdalor Parking | Gan London Car Park
Bus lines that arrive at HaYarkon/Trumpeldor station:
Lines: 4 | 10 | 63 | 66 | 128 | 161 | 238 | 90 | 566 | 222 | 463 | 296 | 466 | 489 | 555| 599
It will not be possible to access the exhibition with scooters and strollers (those who arrive with babies are advised to arrive with baby carriers) and it will not be possible to leave objects at the entrance of the event.
The entry of animals to the exhibition is prohibited, with the exception of guide dogs and accessibility upon presentation of a permit.
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