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Fresh Paint – The First Israeli Art Fair

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Fresh Paint is a new and first of its kind Israeli art fair, that will host the works of up-and-coming independent Israeli artists alongside presentations of Israel’s top contemporary art galleries.

 Raw Art Gallery will paricipate in the fair and will show some new works by: Daniel Tchetchik, Shirley Kanyon, Eran Volkovsky, Uri Dotan, Tami Amit, Ido Shemi, Adam Sher and James Unsworth.

Whether you are new or established collector this is the place to be to discover and buy paintings, drawings, sculptures, video and photography from distinguished galleries – all priced up to 5000$, and from some 60 individual Israeli artists.

The fair will take place in Tel Aviv, between 6-8 March 2008.

If you want to be our guest for the preview night - March 5, 2008, drop us a line (with your email address and home address) either through the blog or through Raw Art Gallery website, and we will be happy to send you an invitation.

Additional news on the fair will follow soon.

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January 24, 2008 - Posted by | Architecture, Art Exhibitions, Art Fairs, Artists, Books and Magazines, Design, Fashion, grafiti, israbilly, music, News, photography, raw art gallery, Tel Aviv - Israel | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Hi guys, good luck with the fair, I will be in NY, so I will not be able to be there… hopefully we will meet next year in Basel. All the best, Merry.

    Comment by Merry Weldon | January 24, 2008 | Reply


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