Skip to content

A Russian Tale

The exhibition examines trends and development of portrait painting among Russian- and USSR-born artists of the past 120 years. It includes several generations of artists of the Realist, Romantic, Social-Realist, Avant-garde, Cubist and Expressionist schools; artists who lived and worked in Russia (e.g. Repin and Serov); artists who moved to Paris and other places (e.g. Archipenko, Chagall, Soutine and von Jawlensky); and artists who immigrated to Israel (e.g. Constant, Gliksberg, Litvinovsky, Shemi and Zaritsky).

Other exhibitions

Netta Laufer: Distant Lights
Into the Unknown: A Local Journey in Video Works, 1996-2022
Holds Everything Dear: Masterworks on Paper
Shalom Sebba: As a Matter of Fact