Past Exhibitions



Three major projects, each spread on a separate level of the Pavilion, comprise this exhibition by artists who deal with sound in a visual way. Each of the works delivers sound as physical presence in space and examines the term “show” while conceptually and physically deconstructing it within the exhibition space.

Participating artists: Janet Cardiff (born in Canada, 1957), Naama Tsabar (born in Israel, 1982) and Alona Rodeh (born in Israel, 1979).

The artist and various musicians will perform on the work every Thursday at 8:30 p.m.

Participating musicians include: Tamar Aphek, Ariel Armoni, Gilbert Broid, Ben Drusinsky, Maya Dunietz, Or Edry, Roei Freilich, Noam Inbar, Ram Orion, Zoe Polanski, Neta Polturak, Avishag Cohen Rodrigues, Yaron Sarel, Gamliel Sasportas, Adam Scheflan, Naama Tsabar, Or Zubalsky, and others.

Additional information and a performance schedule are available at:


Friday 02 August 2013


Saturday 23 November 2013


Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art

Guest curator:

Hadas Maor


Supported by The Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation
The Ostrovsky Family Fund
Halilit P. Greenspoon & Sons Ltd.

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  • Alona Rodeh, Neither Day nor Night, 2013 Photo: Oded Lobl
  • Naama Tsabar,  Propagation (Opus 2), 2013 Photo: Oded Lobl
  • Janet Cardiff, The Forty-Part Motet (a reworking of Spem in Alium by Thomas Tallis, 1573), 2001 Collection of Pamela and Richard Kramlich. Fractional and promised gift to American Fund for Tate Gallery, 2003. Photo: Oded Lobl