This photography and AI exhibition presents Bat Galim beach as an inspiration to famous artworks made by Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Picasso and more.

The "Art Galim" exhibition, presented as part of the "Beit Galim 13" festival, brings the Bat Galim neighborhood in Haifa as inspiration from famous artworks by the greatest artists. The photographs taken by Sapir in the last 15 years were combined with famous paintings. Everyday moments that happen in the streets are given a prestigious status, of magnificent artworks, walking on the beach, sailboats at Rosenfeld beach, trains leaving the station, sunrise, sunset, crashing waves on the beach and more. Using artificial intelligence, some of the photos have been altered to better match the artwork. Visitors were given a chance to guess where the AI took place and whether it has a place in art exhibitions.

Every year, for over a decade, the Bat Galim neighborhood is transformed into a work of art through augmented and virtual reality at the "Beit Galim" festival at Sapir Bronzberg Levi's exhibitions.

Sapir Bronzberg Levi is a photographer & visual artist, who creates immersive art VR & AR, hologram, interactive installation.

Curator Guy Rodovich

Visitors in the exhibition​ 

Article about the exhibition