Mon 21.5 - Sat 26.5
Korin Koko Abisdris in association with Kuli Alma are excited to present:
“Water god life”
An over the top, six day celebration in honor of koko’s solo exhibition.
Hundreds original works of art for sale.
*shop + giant exhibition
* live performance by jimbo j at opening night
* lots of other surprises are planned so stay tuned
Korin Abisdris, bezalel graduate, a multiple discipline artist active in the contemporary field. In the last few years koko has been producing countless works every day, she believes a muse is an invention of the lazy. In this exhibit the viewer may experience a peep into the touching images she creates, and discover her artistic and every day influences, and maybe even take home an original art piece of their own!
So what’s in store?
– huge exhibition
– original art for sale
– live performances on opening night and during the week
Solo exhibition opening at Kuli Alma, 10 Mikve Israel st. Tel Aviv
“Water god life”
- Tue 15.5 - Tue 15.5Beats and Pieces & Ravid Kahalanimusic
- Mon 14.5 - Sat 19.5Slice&Dice by Alona Nofexhibition
- Sun 13.5 - Sun 13.5Soos Mabitmusic
- Tue 8.5 - Tue 8.5Michael Swissa + Gang Live Showmusic
- Sat 5.5 - Sat 5.5The Hundrerds X Garfield Special Release/PopUp Shopmarket
- Tue 1.5 - Tue 1.5Cafe Jallal Live Showmusic
Kuli Alma is a music and art-focused nightlife institution nestled into the creative crux of south Tel Aviv. Having opened in March 2014, Kuli Alma focuses on bringing out-of-the-box content to a far-reaching audience of insatiable night owls, music lovers and culture enthusiasts, whether embedded within the local creative community or first-time visitors to Tel Aviv’s thriving nightlife landscape. Owned and operated by a collective of Tel Aviv DJs, artists and party personas, Kuli Alma is Aramaic for “The Whole World,” an acute description encompassing our global musical vision and an international appeal.
Entering Kuli Alma reveals a kaleidoscope of vibrant street art murals, vintage films and art clips projected onto the walls and a winding staircase leading into our open-air courtyard. Sip beer and cocktails, nosh on our newly launched menu with vegetarian menu of Israeli delicacies, explore rotating art exhibitions in our new cylindrical gallery space, and get lost in the sea of interesting personas before or after floating into our vibing, U-shaped indoor bar and dance floor, replete with state-of-the-art sound system emitting eclectic electronic, house, hip-hop and ethereal musical tunes via DJs or live musical acts on any given night of the week.