Programma is a contemporary art magazine dedicated to the arts in Israel. The first issue was launched in September 2009 in Tel Aviv. The magazine is ...
Programma is a contemporary art magazine dedicated to the arts in Israel. The first issue was launched in September 2009 in Tel Aviv. The magazine is published in English for international audience and features essays and columns by today’s leading writers. It is a valuable resource to collectors, critics, artists, art dealers and all those interested in the arts specifically those with a keen interest in the Israeli art scene. Programma is published by Crossfields TLV, a publishing house and media company based in the heart of Tel Aviv in cooperation with Rothschild 69 Kunsthalle to be opened in Tel Aviv by fall 2010. The publisher Crossfields TLV is an innovative publishing and media company, based in the heart of Tel Aviv. Crossfields TLV’s first project, back in 2006, was the first edition of City Guide Tel Aviv, a modern guide to the city of Tel Aviv. The book won great success among both locals and around the world, declared by many as "The must-have book if you're visiting Tel Aviv". The second edition, published in May 2008, is celebrating the city’s 100 birthday and is now available in bookstores and online at www.cityguidetelaviv.com. Crossfields TLV is also the publisher of “Hayoman” – daily and weekly diaries in Hebrew that include guides to Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, New york, London, Paris and Berlin. The team Editor: Rachella Sandbank Graphic Editor and Content advisor: Lahav Halevy Producer: Dalit Nemirovsky Content Editor: Noam Segal Copy Editing: Anat Rosenberg Translation: Talya Halkin, Hemda Rosenbaum Graphic Design: BigEyes Design Printed in Israel by: A.R. Printing Ltd. Publishers: Mati Broudo and Dalit Nemirovsky
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