Sunday by appointment only

Monday-Thursday 11:00-19:00

Friday 10:00-14:00

Saturday 11:00-14:00

117 Herzl Street, Tel Aviv

Tel: 972-3-682 2777

Fax: 972-3-682 6555


Eternal Return // The Culture Trip

Eternal Return // The TelAvivian

Eternal Return // A post by Gil Hovav

Opening hours during Passover

Monday- Wednesday: 11:00-19:00 Thursday- Friday: CLOSED Saturday: 11:00-14:00

Lior Modan, Wild Rice // The Calcalist

BEUYS, BEUYS, BEUYS // The Calcalist

BEUYS, BEUYS, BEUYS // The Culture Trip

Summer Hanging from the gallery collection

Extension of the exhibition "BLACK IS COLOUR" | Dror Ben Ami

we are pleased to inform you that the exhibition "BLACK IS COLOUR" Dror Ben Ami Is extended until the 25 of july 2015 Looking forward to seeing you

Invitation to a gallery talk

We are pleased to invite you to a gallery talk about the exhibition "BLACK IS A COLOUR" With the artist Dror Ben Ami Saturday /// June 20 /// 12.00

Gallery talk with Avital Geva, Micha Ullman and Ronald Fuhrer

Avital Geva & Micha Ullman in the Calcalist

Opening Hours During the Holidays | שעות פתיחה במהלך החגים

David Nipo || Israel HaYom || 27/06/2014 (Hebrew only)

Opening hours during the Passover holidays

G Globes Magazine | Hagit Peleg Rotem | 03/04/2014 (Hebrew)

Gallery talk || Two Moons on the Shore...

Benni Efrat at Daimler Contemporary Art Collection (Berlin)

Gallery talk with the artists Doron Golan and Ron Erlih

Doron Golan // Haaretz // Uzi Tzur

Avital Geva wins the Ministry of Culture and Sport prize for lifetime achievement

Gallery Talk || Back to the Beginning

Friday /// August 9 /// 12 pm

Watch a virtual tour of Avital Geva's installation at the exhibition "Even Though"

David Nipo wins Shiff prize for figurative art


Opening Hours for Shavuot

The portrait of Ronnie Fuhrer painted by David Nipo will be exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery on June 2013

Independence Day 2013

Tuesday 16/4 the gallery will be closed


Contemporary by Golconda will exhibit its best photographers at TEL AVIV PHOTO 2013. Opening: Thursday, April 11 20:00 22 Nahmani st.

Invitation to a gallery talk

"The View from Here" | Three Photographers Friday | April 5 | 12 pm

Opening hours during Passover

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Gallery talk

We invite you to A Gallery talk in the exhibition "The View from Here" | Three Photographers curator: Tali Tamir. Friday /// April 5 /// 12pm

BYOB (Bring your own beamer)

A one-night-exhibition curated by Doron Golan and Adiya Porat. The exhibition will host artists and their projectors.

Gallery Talk

We invite you to A Gallery talk in the exhibition "I PACKED ALONE..." by David Tartakover Saturday /// February 9 /// 12pm

Election day 22/1/13

Tomorrow Jan. 22, Election day, the gallery will be closed


On December 6th the art dealer and gallery owner Ronald Fuhrer launched the book "DAVID NIPO: ABOUT A PORTRAIT"


The exhibition ”Inlusio” by Lital Nidam will be closed for a day on Thursday, December 6th.

Invitation to a gallery talk

Friday /// November 30 /// noon "Place Remains" and "Inlusio"

Investors Fly to Contemporary Art /// The New York Times

NEW YORK — Never underestimate the amazing amount of cash swirling around the world in search of a home. This week, close to $1 billion was spent on contemporary art.

Canceling notification of the reception on Thursday 22/11

Due to the cancellation of the opening of "BRAVO: Some Aspects of Latin-American Art“ at "Habeer“ Art and Visual Media Center, planned for 21st November in Beer Sheva,

"BRAVO: Some Aspects of Latin-American Art"

Contemporary by Golconda, "Habeer" Art and Visual Media Center and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev request the pleasure of your company at a reception to celebrate the opening of the exhibition "BRAVO: Some Aspects of Latin-American Art" at "Habeer“ Art and Visual Media Center, Beer Sheva

The Test Tube

The Contemporary by Golconda Gallery is launching "The Test Tube" in November, a new initiative that aims to showcase as yet unknown young artists.

Explorer - A gallery talk || Friday 19/10/12 || noon

We invite you to A Gallery talk about the exhibition EXPLORER with the curator Iris Mendel and the artists.

Explorer /// Smadar Sheffi

Processes of probing, infiltration and attempts to map the new world connect the works in the group show “Explorer”, which features some excellent works

Adding to Subtract /// Ayelet Zohar

"Adding to Subtract" (curated by Ory Dessau) is a small-scale exhibition featuring only four artists.

Three bodies of work that choose to deal with the immediate environment, and with the attempt to look at what is so close that it seems to escape the gaze. The attempt fails, as the photograph reveals how little the immediate environment is controllable by its inhabitants, and how much it contains spyholes onto semi-concealed and insufficiently known sites. Three photographers who photograph what is close to them, from inside the home or from its immediate surroundings. It is not documentary photography, since it does not claim any documentary authority, or adopt any rule or method. It is coincidental yet persistent photography: it insists on deciphering something, on pointing to something which is taking shape right here, under our very noses. Photography whose critical stance is neither frontal nor obvious, and which, even when concealing an element of protest, gets deceptively carried away with the visual bounty. It is an exhibition without the clear presence of human beings, and in which one cannot recognize a master-plan or the idea of a specific place; yet it looks at a world which is scarred and infected with traces of desires, disappointments, negligence and aggression. It is an exhibition about ugliness and about beauty, and about what masquerades as beauty and slyly plays with it. An exhibition about an attempt to tame the outside, to domesticate it and miniaturize it inwards. An exhibition about an excess growth of buildings and an illusive miniaturization of Eros. 


The gallery talk will take place with the curator Tali Tami and the artists Nurit Yarden, Rami Tsalka and Nitsan Makover.