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Rachel Lautman Circulating Exhibits


The Rachel Lautman Circulating Exhibitions Department at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art disseminates art and culture through reproduction exhibitions sent to educational institutions, cultural centers and companies throughout the country. The exhibitions are thematically arranged by periods and movements in art history; art in various countries and cultures; various themes and techniques; style and composition; and by themes related to Jewish holidays. The exhibitions are compatible with the Ministry of Education syllabus and can be combined with many subjects of the general educational system. The exhibitions are posted to hundreds of subscribers throughout the country, including those in far-away places, who are unable to access the museum. Through the travelling exhibition, which combines themes and ideas from the museum's collections, they acquire knowledge of art history as well as contact with the museum.

 Each of the available-for-loan exhibitions includes fifteen 35x50 cm reproductions accompanied by explanations, and subscribers may borrow new exhibitions on new themes without limit. These exhibitions are accompanied by interpretive texts and provide information about the artists and the work of art, as presented in a museum exhibition.

The Department has a collection of some thirty-thousand reproductions with explanations, which can be curated into exhibitions on additional topics, as well as some 300 topics, many in a large number of copies, according to the subscribers' requests. The following is a partial list of selected topics: tolerance, friendship, the home, Jewish and Israeli identity, color in art, surrealism, Jewish heritage and holidays, the Bible in art and Biblical themes, artists' solo exhibitions, topics exhibited in the museum, and many more.

The texts of twenty of the exhibitions have been translated into Arabic, in order to enable the Arab sector to enjoy our exhibitions.

 

Talma Levin
Director, The Rachel Lautman Circulating Exhibitions Department
 

+972 (0)3 6077001

+972 (0)3 6077022


cirexh@tamuseum.com

 

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To choose exhibition topics, open the main subject headings. Your checked preferences will appear on the email form.

  • History of art: periods and movements
    • Abstract art
    • Abstract expressionism
    • Ancient Egypt
    • Ancient Greece
    • Ancient Middle East
    • Art nouveau
    • Baroque
    • Bauhaus
    • Byzantine mosaics
    • Classicism and romanticism
    • Contemporary art
    • Cubism
    • Expressionism
    • Fantastic art
    • Fauvism
    • Futurism
    • Geometric art
    • Greek mythology
    • Impressionism
    • Islam
    • Kinetic art
    • Middle Ages
    • Naïve art
    • Neo-impressionism
    • Pop art
    • Post-impressionism
    • Prehistory
    • Primitivism
    • Realism
    • Renaissance
    • Rococo
    • Rome
    • Surrealism
  • Art in various countries and cultures
    • Africa
    • Ancient Mexico
    • England
    • France
    • Germany
    • India
    • Italy
    • Japan
    • Modern Mexico
    • Persia
    • Pre-Columbian art
    • Russia
    • Spain
    • The Low Countries
    • United States of America
  • Themes in art
    • Ancient Mexico
    • Animals
    • Apples in art
    • Architecture through history
    • Art about art
    • Art and machines
    • Art as history
    • Art, society, politics
    • Artists painting artists
    • Beginnings
    • Between people
    • Birds in art
    • Cafés
    • Child portrait
    • Children at play
    • Christianity through the ages
    • Circus and clowns
    • Clouds
    • Coping
    • Crossbreeds
    • Dance
    • Dialogue and reciprocity
    • Doves
    • Earth
    • Electricity and energy cycles
    • Environmental quality
    • Fairy tales
    • Family
    • Feasts in art
    • Flowers
    • Food and taste
    • Friendship
    • From realistic to abstract
    • Gardens in blossom
    • Hands
    • Head coverings
    • Heroes in art
    • History of architecture
    • History of clothing
    • Home in art
    • Horses and equestrians
    • Human dignity
    • Human portrait – female
    • Human portrait – male
    • Industry in art
    • Interiors
    • Kitsch in art
    • Labor and agriculture
    • Landscapes through history
    • Leadership in art
    • Leisure in art
    • Light and shadow
    • Line, stain, color
    • Love and relationships
    • Man and book
    • Masks
    • Modern Mexico
    • Monarch
    • Mother and child
    • Movement and abstract movement
    • Music
    • Mythology in art
    • Noise
    • Object as portrait
    • Objects
    • Olive trees
    • Opposites
    • Optical illusions
    • Ornamentics
    • Painting and drawing
    • Painting juxtaposed with photography
    • Peace
    • Perspective
    • Plants in various contexts
    • Pledge, involvement and equality
    • Portrait
    • Pre-Colombian art
    • Protest
    • Qualities and feelings
    • Ready made
    • Recurring motives
    • Recycling
    • Reflections
    • Representations of space in art
    • Science and art
    • Sea - marine motives
    • Sea, river, boat
    • Seascapes
    • Seasons
    • Self-identity
    • Self-portrait
    • Series in art
    • Soldiers
    • Still life
    • Summer-yellow
    • Syllabus
    • The artist's family
    • The artist's studio
    • The child's world
    • The empty chair in art
    • The exceptional and irregular in art
    • The golden age
    • The heart in art
    • The human body
    • The language of Art
    • The museum collection
    • The rights of children
    • Theater
    • Time in art
    • Transport/road safety
    • Trees
    • United States of America
    • Urban landscape
    • View from the window
    • Violence
    • War
    • Water
    • Wine and vines in art
    • Word and image
    • Writing in art
    • Zionism - one-hundred years
  • Various techniques
    • Ceramics
    • Collage
    • Color in art
    • Drawings
    • Engravings
    • Lithographs
    • Manuscripts
    • Mosaics
    • Photography
    • Posters
    • Sculpture, environmental
    • Sculpture, general
    • Sculpture, modern
    • Stained-glass windows
    • Watercolors
    • Woodcuts
  • Jewish art, Jewish holidays and Biblical topics
    • Book of Genesis
    • Hanukkah menorahs
    • Illustrated Ketubahs
    • Jerusalem
    • Jewish and Israeli heritage
    • Jewish art
    • Jewish art - manuscripts
    • Jewish art - sacramental objects
    • Jewish artists in the Diaspora
    • Jewish ethnic groups
    • Jewish Identity
    • Jewish life cycle
    • King David
    • Mosaics in Israel
    • Moses in paintings and sculpture
    • Passover
    • Pomegranates in art
    • Prayer in art
    • Purim
    • Roberts' Jerusalem
    • Sabbath in art
    • Shalom Aleichem and the Jewish shtetl
    • Shavuot
    • Symbols in Jewish and Israeli art
    • Synagogues
    • Takes of the Creation
    • The Bible in art
    • The High Holidays
    • The sacrifice of Isaac
    • The seven species [Shiv'at ha-minim] in art
    • The Shtetl
  • Israeli art and artists
    • Abel Pann
    • Bezalel artists
    • Contemporary Israeli art
    • Dani Karavan
    • From Holocaust to revival
    • Independence Day
    • Israeli art
    • Israeli art - figures
    • Israeli art - landscapes
    • Israeli art - on the road to Statehood
    • Israeli art - the 1920s
    • Israeli sculpture
    • Little Tel Aviv
    • Marcel Janco
    • Mordechai Ardon
    • Nahum Gutman
    • New Horizons
    • One-hundred years of Zionism
    • Ori Reisman
    • Personal and national identity in Israeli art from conception to the present
    • Personal identity in contemporary Israeli art
    • Reuven Rubin
    • Shalom of Safed (Shulem der Zeigermacher)
    • Shmuel Katz
    • Sionah Tagger - Israeli artist
    • Sixty years of statehood in Israeli art
    • Symbols in Israeli art
    • Tel Aviv - a hundred years in art
    • The Holocaust and its representation in art
    • The sabra in Israeli art
    • Women artists
    • Yaacov Agam
    • Yosef Zaritsky
    • Yossl Bergner
  • International artists
    • Amedeo Modigliani
    • Andy Warhol
    • Antonio Gaudi
    • Auguste Rodin
    • Camille Pissarro
    • Caravaggio
    • Chagall - stained-glass windows
    • Claude Monet
    • David Hockney
    • David Roberts
    • Diego Rivera and Frieda Kahlo
    • Diego Velasquez
    • Edgar Degas
    • Eduard Manet
    • Edvard Munch
    • Fernand Léger
    • Francisco Goya
    • Friedesreich Hundertwasser
    • Georges Braque
    • Georges Rouault
    • Georges Seurat
    • Georgia O'Keeffe
    • Gustav Klimt
    • Henri Matisse
    • Henri Matisse - papercuts
    • Henri Rousseau
    • Henri Toulouse Lautrec
    • Henry Moore
    • Honoré Daumier
    • Jacob Lawrence
    • Jan Vermeer
    • Jasper Jones
    • Joan Miro
    • Joseph Turner
    • Kazimir Malevich
    • Keith Haring
    • Leonardo da Vinci
    • M.C. Escher
    • Marc Chagall
    • Mary Cassatt
    • Max Ernst
    • Michaelangelo Buonarroti
    • Millais, Corot, Courbet
    • Pablo Picasso
    • Paul Cézanne
    • Paul Gaugin
    • Paul Klee
    • Peter Breugel
    • Peter Paul Rubens
    • Picasso - sketches
    • Pierre Bonnard
    • Pierre-Auguste Renoir
    • Piet Mondrian
    • Raphael
    • Rembrandt - self-portrait
    • Rembrandt van Rijn
    • René Magritte
    • Roy Lichthenstein
    • Salvador Dali
    • Sandro Botticelli
    • Victor Vasarely
    • Vincent van Gogh
    • Wassily Kandinsky
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