The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is Israel’s leading museum of modern and contemporary art, and home to one of the world’s largest collections of Israeli art. Since its founding in 1932, the Museum has served as one of Tel Aviv’s major cultural hubs, displaying a vibrant mix of permanent collections and temporary exhibitions in a wide variety of fields – painting, sculpture, prints and drawings, photography, video, installations and architecture and design. 

A large part of the Museum’s permanent collections has been generously donated by artists, art patrons and benefactors. The holdings are also complemented and enriched by numerous works and collections entrusted to the Museum, which serve as a testimony to the extraordinary international support this institution receives from dedicated collectors and friends around the world.


Sheep of the Negev

Itzhak Danziger

Sheep of the Negev, 1951–64

The Shepherdess (after Millet)

Vincent van Gogh

The Shepherdess (after Millet), 1889


Marc Chagall

Solitude , 1933

The Vieux-Moulin in Knokke

Camille Pissarro

The Vieux-Moulin in Knokke , 1894, 1902

View of Bougival

Maurice de Vlaminck

View of Bougival, 1906

 Untitled Improvisation V

Wassily Kandinsky

Untitled Improvisation V , 1914

 Woman with a Fan

Alexander Archipenko

Woman with a Fan, 1914

The Bewildered Planet

Max Ernst

The Bewildered Planet, 1942

Earth Worms

Jackson Pollock

Earth Worms, 1946