The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art
The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art showcases changing exhibitions, reflecting diverse fields and practices in contemporary Israeli and International art. The upper level is dedicated to two permanent exhibits of decorative art from the Danek and Jadzia Gertner Collection: Meissen porcelain, and glassware by Émile Gallé.
The pavilion is part of Tel Aviv's Culture Square, which also includes the Habimah Theater and the Bronfman Auditorium. Built in 1959 with funds donated by the Helena Rubinstein Foundation, it housed the Tel Aviv Museum until it relocated into its Main Building on Shaul Hamelech Boulevard in 1971.
Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art
Bus 5, 26
6 Tarsat Blvd, 64283 Tel Aviv, Israel
+972 (0)3 5287196
Admission is NIS 10
Pavilion Shop open during visiting hours