Exploring Tel Aviv’s Vibrant Art Scene with The Cultivist

From studio visits to curator-led tours of the Israeli city's exemplary institutions

In South Tel Aviv, the studio of Israeli painter Tsibi Geva stretches far beyond expectation. Several floors up, in an industrial block now occupied by galleries and fellow artists, it includes sprawling rooms, neatly arranged nooks and thousands of supplies. Geva—who represented Israel during the 2015 Venice Biennale—warmly greets us along with members of the global arts-oriented membership club The Cultivist, who we joined for …

Famous Artists’ Studios Open to the Public

While it’s a no-brainer to visit museums and galleries while you’re traveling, it’s sometime lesser known that some famous artists’ studios are also open to the public. From Constantin Brancusi, to Joan Miró, Francis Bacon, Georgia O’Keefe and more, there are plenty of artists whose fascinating and inspiring creative spaces are able to be explored. Artsy outlines nine favorites, from New Mexico to Brussels, Paris …

Salad for President: A Cookbook Inspired by Artists

Author Julia Sherman's collection of more than 75 recipes drawn from the creative world

After years developing and sharing a sensory collaboration unlike any other, author and artist Julia Sherman has reshaped her famed Salad for President blog into book form. “Salad for President: A Cookbook Inspired by Artists” incorporates a little bit of everything that one fell in love with on Sherman’s site. There’s visually stunning food photography, thoughtful interviews with artists and those living artistic lifestyles, and …