Jaffa Port Gallery presents “Transforms” – a series of weekend events exploring the relationship between fashion, design and art. Every weekend, for four consecutive weeks, 10 different designers will display their creations that will be available for sale at the gallery. The design concept of each event has its own unique DNA. The fifth weekend event will summarize the “Transforms” series with a general exhibition that will uncover the ONE OF works created by the designers participating in the project.

The exhibition at the gallery will be launched with a festive event dedicated to the fundraising on behalf of the Megemeria School, operated by YEDID – the Association for Community Empowerment.  The Megemeria School of Jewellery was opened by Yvel founders Isaac and Orna Levy in 2010. The school offers professional training and employment opportunities for Ethiopian immigrants, thereby facilitating their social and professional integration into Israeli society.


“Transforms” is a joint initiative of Galit Reismann with Limor Margulis, founder and director of the Jaffa Port Gallery.


  • Jewelry WeekendDedicated to Israeli jewelers, the majority of whom have graduated from the Shenkar and Bezalel jewelry design departments. The event features contemporary jewelers, who combine their creations with innovative materials such as concrete, silicon and metals. All items are handmade and of uncompromising quality, featuring the individual “language” of the designers, expressing local aesthetics and inspiration from the local culture, urbanicity and nature. 


    • Participating designers: FABRICA by Efrat Habani / Punkt Jewelry by Natalie Shabtai / Danielle Keller / Traum studio / Mia Minsky / Megemeria, Social enterprise, Ethnic Jewelry / Haven Design by Hagit Abenheimer / Gregory Larin / Anuk Yosebashvili and Yaron Shmerkin jewelry
    • October 22-23-24
  • Italian WeekendInternational weekend of young and kicking Italian fashion designers, who for the first time will present their fashion items and accessories in Israel, alongside Israeli designers with an affinity to the boot-shaped country. The weekend will be dedicated to the advancement of relations between Italy and Israel.Participating designers: Gelfer / Martella bags / Joseph Haver / Talia Sari / Michal Hidas / Duecentogrammi by Chiara Curreli (Italy) / Paolo Errico (Italy) / Neo´ Shop, Cinthia Fiaschi e Rosanna Contadini (Italy) / Paola Mirai (Italy) / Ludovica Cirillo byLUDO (Italy)


    • Associate curator: Fabiana Magrì
    • October 29-30-31
  • Fashion WeekendDedicated to Israeli fashion and accessories designers, who will present their creations alongside the artwork of a renowned fashion illustrator that combines newspaper clippings from the 1950s in her works. This mix of successful designers will captivate your eyes with their use of different materials and exciting new patterns, as well as original and advanced techniques. 


    • Participating designers: For Those Who Pray by Avigail Talmor / Doraya /  Justine Hats / Northern star by Nadav Rosenberg / Sharon Vaizer / Repelle by Naomi Maaravi / Tangens by Tania Zagaria / UNSELF by Pavel Bolo / Tovit Moshe art
    • November 12-13-14
  • Final Exhibition WeekendThis exhibition summarizes the four preceding weekends – 40 designers participating in the project will present their one-of-a-kind works, created just for this exhibition, with the aim to get to know the designers content world and their unique touch. This exhibition will be dedicated to fundraising on behalf of the Megemeria School of Jewellery.The weekends are curated by Galit Reismann – the design entrepreneur behind TLVstyle – innovative fashion tourism in Tel Aviv.The Jaffa Port Gallery initiates and develops special projects with a contemporary and multidisciplinary perception, outside the “acceptable” thinking in art, culture and community. Opening hours: Fridays 10:00-17: 0 


  • For additional details: Mira Ann Beinart – 052-7030504 / Alon Rotman – 054-7960217
  • Saturdays 12:00-21:00
  • Thursdays 17:00-22:00
  • The Jaffa Port Gallery is located in an ancient building that underwent a strict preservation process by the architect Ilan Pivko. The Gallery is situated in the northern part of the port, in the first line to the sea, and its location serves as a great attraction to tourists from Israel and abroad.
  • November 19-20-21