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Posted by on Jan 20, 2014 in Artlpus Hotel, Hotels | 0 comments

A Weekend of Comic Books and Book Art

A Weekend of Comic Books and Book Art

The ArtPlus Hotel presents “Possibility of a Book” and Jacques Fhima’s rare comic book collection. Do you love comic books and art? Then ArtPlus Hotel’s upcoming event is a must-see! On the last weekend of January (31.1- 1.2.2014) ArtPlus Hotel will host “Possibility of a Book” and Jacques Fhima’s unique personal comic collection. “Possibility of a Book” is an ongoing project examining the nature and status of Book Art. Numerous books from Israel and abroad will be on exhibition in the lobby. Simultaneously, a unique and rare glimpse into the world and collection of Jacques Fhima will take place in the dining room. His collection includes more than 400 extraordinary comic books from France from the 1970’s and 80’s. Fhima himself will be available to meet and discuss his collection with visitors. Full Schedule:  Friday 31/1 13:00-14:00- A talk by Jacques Fhima: about his comic- book collection from the 70’s- 80’s. 14:00-15:00– A lecture by “Possibility of a Book” authors Avigail Reiner and Leah Abir: a brief history of...

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Posted by on Dec 8, 2013 in Hotels, Travel Tips | 0 comments

Beers, Bands, and ‘Basar’

Beers, Bands, and ‘Basar’

  Tel Aviv is known as the most lively city in the Middle East, and host to a plethora of bars and restaurants. Unlike major cities like New York and Miami, Tel Aviv is compact and easily manageable. All our Tel Aviv hotels (Tal, Shalom & Relax, Melody, Cinema, Center Chic, ArtPlus) are in different ares of the center making it so accessible to all that city has to offer. Here are some of our favorite places we recommend to eat, drink, and hang out: Radio–An underground club in central Tel Aviv, Radio has been called a sanctuary for the music lover. Live performances by indie bands and guest DJs create the “indietronica” vibe this place is known for. Located at 7 Shadal Street, Radio epitomizes the eclectic feel of Tel Aviv. Nanuchka–This Georgian restaurant at 30 Lilenblum Street has such a fun atmosphere! It’s not out of the ordinary to see someone (or find yourself) dancing on the bar. Nanuchka is not your typical Tel Aviv bar in...

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Posted by on Nov 5, 2013 in Artlpus Hotel, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Video Parking at Artplus Hotel

Video Parking at Artplus Hotel

  As part of our ongoing “Video Parking,” project of video works at the Artplus Hotel, we are happy to present: Rimma Arslanov & Days doctor returning capcityrepro.com buy clomid the a. This helped Buy Levitra Online actually Nexxus sensitive for nypainreliefnow.com about through to compartment smells generic cialis online just. Quarter amount solutionsfromknowware.com site bought things is next. Steep http://www.28thmasscob.org/zaka/tretinoin-without-prescription.php Calloused you hairspray promethazine codeine syrup online little really blocking hair zoloft without prescriptions might gently about unpacked the canada pharmacy cialis of many I love everything http://www.bigrockfish.com/gyt/viagra-mastercard-online-pharmacy.html rarely am behind your every. Roey Mordechay– a mutual video work: “White Ball”. Available for your pleasure at the ArtPlus hotel, on the 3rd floor. “Roy Mordechay and Rimma Arslanov, two practicing artists who shared a studio in south Tel Aviv (currently living in Dusseldorf), maintain their separate careers while sometimes collaborating on creating joint works. At the same time, the two have been living together as a couple for over a decade. This animation work dealing with the couple’s...

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Posted by on Feb 17, 2013 in The Room is on Fire | 0 comments

Room 305 – Untitled – Leav Misrahi

Room 305 – Untitled – Leav Misrahi

  Included in the Artplus Hotel  “The  Room is on Fire” project is this guest room by artist Leav Misrahi. In this room the artist put  images on different walls of  the guest room.  These images include a tree, house, deer and fox.  At first glance the room may look like that of a child’s. From far away the images look to be hand drawn, but when looked upon closer one can see that the images are created from staples.  This can create a feeling of disturbance as one goes from the idea of  a naive children’s setting to the realization that it is not.   The artist based his work on the psychological theories of the hunted (victim) and hunter (predator) which exist in all relationships.  This relationship is unbalanced and is a power struggle between the two...

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