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Exhibitions at the station


Opening of an exhibition by the figurative artist – Eitan Amram. Sunday, 3.2, 18: 30-21: 00.

The exhibition will be displayed until Sunday, 24.2.19.

Eitan Amram was born in Paris and immigrated to Israel at the age of 9, and due to his difficulties in adjusting to life in Israel, he found a safe place among the colors of our world, and as a result began painting.

The question most of us raise when we look at the painting is “What did the artist think at that moment and what is he broadcasting?” – Art is not a test, but one great emotion that appears as a story and a picture at the same time. There is no right or wrong but there is the truth of each one for himself, each has the life he paved for himself and his own way that indeed accompanies various colors of our world.

The variety of colors in his works express feelings that surround us in the journey of our lives and sweep us to adventure (trip). The different faces prove that it does not matter if you are an adult, young, famous or not, we all share the same world and the beauty of nature that plays around us … If you look closely, it shows us that there is no great importance to what is painted, but the way it is drawn. If you take another little moment and look closer you will realize that his paintings combine geometric shapes hidden and calculated.
Once he paints there is one big game of his thoughts and feelings!

Lavont: https://goo.gl/p7MwWk

Opening hours: 10: 00-22: 00. However, it will not be possible to view the exhibition during events at the terminal. Follow the Facebook page of the terminal:
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Namaste at the first station

“My house shall be called a house of prayer to all the people” (Isaiah, n). In our project, we chose to present the vision of Jerusalem as a religious cultural center for all peoples of the world. This is done by means of graffiti and painting by six figures from different cultures who, with a blessing of peace, “Namaste”, greet the visitors to the compound. The project seeks to create a connection and closeness between people, and in its composition to warmly envelop those present.

The decoration committee – Urban Deco – The decoration committee is an association whose goal is to foster the public space in Israel through various artistic means such as painting, sculpture, mosaic, graffiti and more. The association is a collective of artists and practitioners from various fields such as urban planners, educators, social activists and art lovers. In every project, the organization has set a goal of creating cooperation with the residents.

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