Zochrot’s Gallery is a dynamic platform for reflection, study, development, and production of concepts for the creation of a new visual language that enables the consideration of the Nakba as an ongoing event that defines the relationship between Arabs and Jews and a reexamining of the country’s denied and silenced history and the future we would like to build here through various practices of visual and video art, film, writing, research, artistic activism in public space, and more. The gallery is designed to serve as a platform for political action of recognizing the Palestinian Nakba that links the forgetting of 1948 to daily life in Israel and allows us to imagine a different life in the space we inhabit today.

For more details, please contact the gallery curator - Debby Farber: or by Tel: 03-6953155

Past Exhibitions:
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Opening: 26/11/2008 - Closing: 27/02/2009
Artist: Photographs by Tzachi Ostrovsky, texts by Haim Hanegbi
"He sees a house whose construction was never completed, climbs the external stairs leading nowhere, looks around at the view...
Opening: 21/06/2008 - Closing: 21/07/2008
Artist: Activestills, Joseph Algazy, B’tselem, Nir Kafri, Dafna Kaplan, Miki Kratsman, Ian Sternthal, Suha Zaid
Visual Essay
Opening: 22/06/2008 - Closing: 25/06/2008
Photos of refugees at the Ayn el-Hilweh camp were printed at human size and installed at their remains of their village, Ras...
Opening: 19/03/2008 - Closing: 03/06/2008
Artist: Ariela Azoulai
Between 1947 and 1950, the institutions of the Jewish Yishuv were transformed into the apparatus of a Jewish state. They were...

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