Founded by Eliezer Rosenfeld in 1952, the Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv, has become one of the most prominent exhibition spaces in the local art scene. The artists in its represented ranks have flourished under its wing, becoming the cream of Israeli artists. By the 1970s the gallery had become a prestigious institution with a rich history and a fine reputation, holding an impressive private collection. Since 1995 it has been owned and directed by Zaki Rosenfeld.
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