The opening of the third edition of “Secret Project” took place on Thursday at Beit Mani in Tel Aviv.
“Secret Project” is a great initiative which aims to support and promote young artists in Israel.
The exhibition is organized by Bank Leumi and presents the works of young artists next to those of more established ones .
Over 240 art works are on display including sculptures, paintings, photos, and video art.
However, the art works are not signed and therefore the visitors can enjoy a more “honest” and “objective” viewing experience.
An auction, at the end of which the names will be revealed, is also part of this project and all benefits will go to the artists.
The opening was a great success as the rooms were packed with many visitors who were admiring the art.
Here are some of the works which caught my eye and which, if I could, I would bid on!
Exceptionally I’m not going to give the names of the artists (since I don’t know them and most importantly it’s a secret!)
Still from a video art representing a fountain filled with soap:
A painting depicting Tel Aviv’s rooftops:
Miniatures inside conserve cans:
A groovy bust (in this photo you can also see how crowded the rooms were):
“Secret Project” Exhibition
Until January 1st 2009
Beit Mani, Yehuda Halevy 34