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The Tel Aviv Museum of Art includes three buildings: the Paulson Family Foundation Building on Shaul Hamelech Boulevard, whose galleries house the Museum’s permanent collections and temporary exhibitions; the Herta and Paul Amir Building, which includes a comprehensive presentation of Israeli art from the Museum’s collection and temporary exhibitions; and the Eyal Ofer Pavilion (Formerly the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art), devoted to temporary exhibitions.

Each of these buildings was, for one historical moment, the Museum’s “new building,” representing a cultural and architectural period — the 1950s’ late Modernism, Brutalist architecture in the 1970s, and postmodernist and digital architecture in the 1990s.

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