About The Kupferman Collection
The Kupferman Collection House at Kibbutz Lohamei Hageta’ot, named after Moshe Kupferman, one of the foremost artists in Israel who was a member of the kibbutz, is a unique exhibition venue.
The house contains Kupferman’s atelier, which was preserved as it was in his lifetime, offering a permanent display documenting Kupferman, the man and the artist. The spacious, naturally-lit halls next to the studio feature changing exhibitions of Kupferman’s work and exhibitions of works by other artists who correspond with his work. Visitors can also watch films about Kupferman, leaf through catalogues of his exhibitions, and explore his library of art books.
Guided tours adapted to different audiences (children, youth, adults, etc.) are available (by prior arrangement). The Kupferman Collection House is included in the Ministry of Education’s national culture selection (Sal Tarbut Artzi). Hands-on activities may also be incorporated in the visit