Farkash Gallery collection

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The Farkash Gallery collection (Hebrew: גלריית פרקש‎‎) is the largest collection in the world of vintage historical Israeli posters.[1] The collection contains posters from time period ranging from pre-state Israel (the Yishuv) to the present day. The collection was founded in 1948 by the Farkash family and is located in Old Jaffa. Today the Farkash Gallery is run by Aharon Farkash.[2]

The collection includes among other things military posters,[3] political posters, advertisements and movie promotions.

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  1. ^ Peleg, Yaron (2008). Israeli Culture Between the Two Intifadas: a Brief Romance. University of Texas Press. pp. 136–9. 
  2. ^ Art Museums and Galleries in Israel: Israel Museum, Ein Harod, Bauhaus Center, L. A. Mayer Institute for Islamic Art, Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Textstream. 2010. 
  3. ^ Press, Sarah (October 10, 2003). "Yom Kippur War Exhibit Opens". The Jerusalem Post. 

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