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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Salon d’Automne coming to Israel

One of world’s most important art events to be held in Holy Land for first time in history. Exhibition to include 500 works of art imported from France, additional 500 pieces by Israeli artists chosen by special committee

International exhibition Salon d’Automne, one of the most important art events in the world today, is coming to Israel for the first time in history.
The exhibition will take place on October 31-November 4 in Hangar 1 at the Jaffa Port. It will include 500 works of art imported from France to Israel and an additional 500 pieces by Israeli artists chosen through a special committee over the past two months.
The exhibition will also feature musical performances of different styles and presentation.
Founded in 1903, Salon d’Automne provides a unique opportunity for young artists of art forms such as, painting, sculpture, photography, contemporary art, architecture, music, film and dance, to make a break and be known to the world.
In addition, the exhibition allows the audience to discover new trends through the Salon’s unique multi-disciplinary approach to art.
The exhibition provides a platform of innovative art, both modern and contemporary, and new art to provide for the constantly changing world.
In the past, the exhibition brought to light artists such as Picasso, Chagall, Pascin, Chana Orloff, Kisling, Mané Katz, Ruhlmann, Majorelle, Sue & Mare, Lousin Vuitton, Eugene Printz and many others whose works founded the l’Ecole de Paris.