צילום אליה קהואג'יאן, צפלין מעל ירושלים, מבט מהקישלה, 1931, פוטו אליה, ירושלים776350

Photographers on the Street

Street Gallery in the Squar at the Clal Bldg

The Tower of David Museum has gone beyond it walls and for the first time is displaying an exhibition in the public space. As part of the new exhibition, a selection of photographs that relate to life on the streets of the city will be exhibited in the plaza in front of the Clal Building on Jaffa Road. Until now, these photos could only be found in archives but are now displayed to the wider public as part of the museum’s mission to tell the story of the city and its inhabitants of all religions and cultures. The museum seeks to bring these stories to all its visitors and all who love Jerusalem.

Vistors are invited to enjoy the exhibiton and photograph themselves with the background of the Tower of David as was done in 1926. The photos will be shared on social media networks with the tag #photographers and will be displayed at the museum

Visit the Street Gallery at the Clal Bulding, 97 Jaffa Street 

Architect: Ori Glazer
Graphic Design: Orna Elboim
Interior Design: Lia Eleonora Fang
Production: Hotam

The exhibition is in cooperation with Eden – Jerusalem Center Development Company


 

A catalog will accompany the exhibition that will include selected photographs from the exhibition and dozens of photos that will be published for the first time as well as articles by Dr. Shimon Lev, Dr. Lavi Shai and Meir Appelfeld.