There is no other city with beaches like Netanya’s.http://gonetanya.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/GoNetanyaSlider_2018_Plages.jpg
There is no other city with beaches like Netanya’s. 13,5 kilometers of golden beaches, some of the most beautiful in Israel. On the beaches there are restaurants, bathing facilities and various attractions.
Promenades from north to southhttp://gonetanya.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/GoNetanyaSlider_2018_Promenads.jpg
The western-most part of Netanya is built on a sandstone ridge stretching from north to south and stands at a height of between 25 to 45 meters above sea level .
Graffiti in Netanyahttp://gonetanya.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/GoNetanyaSlider_2018_Grafiti.jpg
Are you looking to relieve the monotony? Do you like colors? Do you want to enjoy a unique art style? We have plans for you.Photographer Ron Elijah followed in recent weeks a variety of stunning graffiti that adorn our city in diverse areas, ranging from the market, Herzl streets, Zangwill St., Independence Square and its surroundings, the municipal fire station and more... The result: one big wow !!
Exhibition “Fantastic Photography”
Yitzhak Ben Aryeh was born in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1926.
He discovered the magic of photography only at the age of 35, when he moved to work in the photography lab of the Technion’s Faculty of Architecture.
As part of his participation in an international master class in France, he met Gary Yolsman, a photomontage artist from the United States, through whom he learned this technique.
Since then, Isaac has created a large number of analog photomontages in the darkroom, some of which are exhibited throughout the world, and 12 of them were purchased by the National Library in Paris.
In 2002, Yitzhak moved to create digital montages in Photoshop.
The transition from dark room to light room was completely natural for Yitzhak despite the great technical difference between analog and digital photography.
“Photography is not just an expression of reality, as it was thought at the beginning of the days of photography,” he said, “photography is a sea of possibilities in which every photographer can find expression.”
Yitzhak Ben-Arie’s exhibition “Fantastic Photography” is displayed in the foyer of the Netanya Cultural Center until 23.11.17.
Opening hours: Sundays to Thursdays 09: 00-13: 00
And in the evening according to the activities of the Netanya Cultural Center
On Monday 13.11.17 at 20:00, Yitzhak Ben-Arieh will host a gallery talk in the hall lobby, a dialogue with the audience about his work.
Entrance to the meeting is free, everyone is welcome