Meir and Celia Knafo, immigrants from Montreal, opened Sarah's Tent Tzfat Art Gallery on Tzfat's Alkabetz Street several years ago, and it has slowly developed as one of Israel's most elegant and stylish galleries.

 

Sarah's Tent Israeli Art Gallery is located in the Old City Jewish Quarter of Tzfat, near the old synagogues, in an excavated building which dates back several hundred years. The original structure of the building was preserved during its renovation, and visitors find themselves browsing under the old stone domed ceilings and walls where Tzfat's Kabbalists of the Middle Ages once lived.

 

Sarah's Tent Art Gallery Tzfat represents some of Israel's most stylish Judaica, and puts to rest the idea that mezuzzas (doorpost parchment boxes), Kiddush (ritual wine) cups, menorahs (candelabras for Chanukah) and candlesticks must be made of brass and look like they were made in the Russia of the 1800s. Sarah's Tent's Judaica is colorful, graceful, and creative, with vibrant colors and imaginative designs. For someone who has grown up with traditional silver and brass ritual objects, the innovative designs exhibited in Sarah's Tent are original, and inspire one to explore their spiritual depths.

 

However the main focus of the gallery is now its extensive collection of paintings and sculptures from world class artists and designers such as Avi Ben-Simhon, Gadi Fraiman, Efim Levin, Yaacov Agam, Raphael Abecassis, David Gerstein and more.

If you are looking for unique Jewish Art and modern Israeli art this is the place to visit.

Sarah's Tent Art Gallery is considered to be one of Tzfat's finest art galleries.

It is located in the Safed Artist Quarter Colony close to Safed Candles and minutes from many Safed hotels.

 

The gallery is open Sunday to Friday and closed on Saturday.

 

For more information please check our Contact page.


 

Sarah's Tent Tzfat Art Gallery

56 Alkabetz Street, Safed, Israel

+97246923378

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