Art Tours for Groups

Guided tours are a great way to get to know Israel's vibrant beating art scene - diverse in trends, styles and genres.
Join us for a costume tour designed for your interests, comfort and needs and get acquainted with this extraordinary world through guided tours at the exhibitions and private meetings with the field’s experts.

  • Tours vary and change according to schedule and exhibitions presented
  • 2-3 hours tour
  • Groups up to 25 people
  • Tours include walking

Here are some of our popular art tours. Want a different theme? No problem. Contact us and we'll design a tour just for you. 

Talking Art’s costume tours

“Gallery Hop TLV”
Our classic tour, varies as we want to visit the best shows in town.
In this tour we will be hopping between 3-4 galleries around one of the art centers in TLV (north, south or center TLV). We will see various exhibitions by both Israeli and international artists working in various media of contemporary art. We will get aquatinted with the gallery’s scene in TLV and meet the artists, curators and gallery owners.
Guided by Shani Werner

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Photo: Tel Avivi


"Art in the South – Gallery Hop and Street Art"
South TLV is emerging as the new IT place for both established and new galleries and the artists’ studios. Alongside these, Kiryat HaMelacha has always been the backyard of street artists and graffiti writers alike, a place where many have come to try the first time and came back ever since to try new styles, practice and improve.
This is a great tour combining visits in galleries and an introduction of the street art and graffiti scene in the area. The tour will expose the new trends of contemporary art in Israel today.
The tour is co-guided by Shani Werner and street artist Signor Gi

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Photo: Tel Avivi


“Studio Visits Tour”
Where does the artist work? Which tools they use? What inspires them? And which atmosphere surrounds them? Each studio is different.
This special and intimate tour takes us to the artists second home – their studio. We will see the artist’s working space, get acquainted with he or she’s working process and see the art in its raw stages.
Guided by Shani Werner

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"Special Art tour at the Central bus station TLV"
You won’t believe what’s going on at the TLV Central bus station. Amongst the various shops, marginal hangouts and underground activity, this amazing and strange place became a hub for contemporary art. Artist’s studios, art theater, performance school and even institutionalized street art are all to find in this special place.
This is not the ordinary art tour. It combines architecture, sociology, urban life and of course amazing contemporary Israeli art.
Guided by Shani Werner

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"Contemporary vs. Academic Art"
This tour will focus on painting and contemporary art. We will visit the Marina Hotel - one of the most special and strange exhibition halls in Tel Aviv. In the hotel there is a permanent exhibition of the Shiff’s family art collection focusing on Figurative Realistic art.
This is an amazing collection of paintings from both Israeli and international artists raising questions on the place of traditional painting in the contemporary art scene today.
A walk through the hotel’s corridors is a unique experience since this is a one of a kind exhibition space with special conditions of art display.
The second part of the tour takes us to Gordon gallery, one of the established galleries in Tel Aviv exhibiting both contemporary and modern art.
Guided by Shani Werner

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Photo: Tel Avivi


"Street art and Graffiti Tour, South TLV"
Kiryat HaMelacha neighborhood in south TLV has always been the backyard of street artists and graffiti writers alike, a place where many have come to try the first time and came back ever since to try new styles, practice and improve.
This tour follows the vibrant street art scene in TLV, as we will get to know the most important artists and pieces of work in south Tel Aviv. We will discuss the difference between street art and graffiti and what are the common techniques used by the street artists in south Tel Aviv. We will explore the developments in street art and the changes of styles. Understanding street art as a rebellious art, we will also talk about social issues that it addresses such as the relationship with south Tel Aviv neighborhoods and its citizens, sexual abuse, economy and more. The double faced attention the government gives to these artists will also be regarded at this tour.

Photo: Tel Avivi

"Loos ends; the fabric of the Jaffa Flea Market and surroundings"
Jaffa’s Flea Market is one of the most interesting places in the city - intense, full of changing situations, beauty and ugliness and of magic, charm and mystery.
The market has undergone many changes over the past decade from a situation of deterioration - physically and financially to a desirable part of town, as part of the firm responsible for the renovation plan I will tell the story of what it was before and what were the intentions. Stroll about the market, we will talk about planning principles that stood behind the rehabilitation, try to understand what is the true nature of the place.
Guided by Aliel Kaye, Architect. BArch from Bezalel academy of art and design.

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Intro to Tel Aviv: Architecture and history
The white City of Tel Aviv is one of the world's most clear examples of international style.Despite young age Tel Aviv hides within many architectural styles, big ideas, unique planing and changing urban landscape.
The tour weaves together all various incarnations of the city; we will walk along Rothschild Boulevard, wander through the little alleys and hidden gardens, the big squares and the small piazzas.
We will talk about how Tel Aviv began as a small neighbourhood outside the city of Jaffa through the eclectic period to Bauhaus-International Style; And of course the city today - an intriguing mixture of old and new, skyscrapers, preservation and social protest.
Guided by Aliel Kaye, Architect. BArch from Bezalel academy of art and design

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Photo: Tel Avivi