We hope you will be able to join us on Friday, October 18, 2019 from 3:45-5:00 pm at the ASIA NOW Paris Asian Art Fair
We are thrilled to share that Roey Victoria Heifetz will spend two months during the fall at Residency Unlimited in Brooklyn, New York!
The winning artwork, Genesis draws inspiration from the biblical narrative of the creation of the world, as recounted in the Book of Genesis.
We are pleased to add five works by Oren Fischer to the START Collection
Rawan Abu El Hawa works on loan at the Hermann Struck Museum
We are thrilled to have three works created on the Africa First Residency by Cyrus Kabiru on view at the African Studies Gallery, Tel Aviv. Save the date of July 20, 2019, more details soon.
Africa First Artists in Residence Robel Temesgen and Dawit Abebe
From Emerging Artists to the Greats...Art anyone?
Artists from Harare, Zimbabwe, in Residence.
START arranges Nirit Takele's first international residency in Ethiopia, in collaboration with Addis Fine Art
The Tiroche DeLeon and START Collection Residency Program is teaming up with The Red House for an exciting collaboration.
Tiroche Auction House will present 2 Michel Platnic works at forthcoming sale this month.
Korean author and art consultant Eunju Park dedicates a chapter of her new book "Collector" to Serge Tiroche, providing an interesting insight into his collecting practice.
The Tiroche DeLeon Collection and START are delighted to introduce the Chinese artist Cui Jie as the third participant of their Residency program.
The Tiroche DeLeon Collection and START are delighted to introduce the South African artist Isabelle Grobler as the second participant of their Residency program.
Three months have passed since the Singapore artist Ruben Pang arrived in Jaffa to join our newly launched Residency Program, his accomplishments have been plentiful.
Five works by Gal weinstein are now on loan to the Israel museum, Jerusalem, for the exhibition "Collecting Dust", Curator Tamar Manor-Friedman. Gal Weinstein's Dust Cloud series (2009), which opens the exhibition, presents clouds of volcanic ash using steel wool in a sequence of quasi-scientific images that develop towards a threatening climax.
On Wednesday, January 4th an open discourse following the exhibition 'Match Point' was Held at the START House. Amongst the participants: Dr. Gideon Ofrat- a curator and art critic, Benno Kalev- an art collector, Dina Yakerson and Roey Heifetz.