Magasin III Jaffa Books
17 Olei Zion
6802547 Tel Aviv-Yafo
Ph +972 3-9499200
Thursday 2pm – 8pm
Friday 10am – 2pm
About Magasin III Jaffa Books
Magasin III Jaffa’s unique bookstore focuses on regional artist books. The bookstore, located across the street from Magasin III Jaffa, is an integral part of its activities.
In Magasin III Jaffa Books’ storefront we present a series of condensed exhibitions created by artists from the area.
My Lucky Heart
Sivan Lavie wonders how she can expand a field for the audience, to gift them with an experience of space and breathing. Color and circles are part of her answer. Beat and rhythm of brightly colored dots floating in white emptiness create movement for the audience she imagines, like musical notes, and reflect joy, allowing an inner dance. Thus she creates another world, a parallel universe, more colorful and flowing than the one we already know.
About Magasin III Jaffa
Magasin III Jaffa is an exhibition space, a permanent satellite established by Magasin III Museum for Contemporary Art from Stockholm, Sweden. Magasin III Jaffa’s diverse program features both local and international contemporary artists. Since opening at 2018, Magasin III Jaffa has presented solo exhibitions by Haim Steinbach, Shiela Hicks, Cosima von Bonin, Tal R and Maya Attoun. The space is located on 34 Olei Zion, in a residential neighborhood rich with history and cultural diversity, that borders with Jaffa’s famous flea market. Magasin III Jaffa’s unique architecture enables passersby to view the exhibitions from the outside, day and night.
About Magasin III Museum for Contemporary Art
The museum is one of Europe’s leading institutions for contemporary art. Magasin III believes in the ability of art to challenge and inspire people and society. Since 1987, Magasin III has presented world-class exhibitions and continues to fortify its collection, which holds works by leading artists. Recent highlight exhibitions in Stockholm include Tom Friedman, Katarina Grosse, Tony Oursler, Mika Rottenberg, Ai Weiwei, Andrea Zittel and Gunnel Wåhlstrand.