The Martine De Souza-Dassault Brain Art Gallery

All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree.
Albert Einstein, 1937

Current exhibition

Stop ! Wandering

March 2021
Curation is the act of creating of new contexts for displaying cultural artifacts. Since the 1990s, interdisciplinary cooperation has given rise to multi-voiced interpretations by artist, curator, and scientist – pushing aside the concept of singular “genius.”

Past exhibitions


December 2019 – October 2020
The Retinopathy exhibition opened at the Martine de Souza-Dassault Brain Art Gallery on December 8, 2019. Curated by the Hebrew University curator, Michal Mor, the exhibition deals with discrepancies between sensory input and the deciphering of reality. Retinopathy, which refers to damage to the retina in the eye, is a collaboration between neuroscience researcher Dr. Ayelet McKyton and artist Ayelet Carmi.

Photography: Youval Hai

Past gallery events

11.04.202111:00Gallery Opening – Stop ! Wandering
07.03.202118:30Gallery Talk – Stop ! Wandering
31.01.202013:00Gallery Talk – Retinotopy
09.01.202012:00Gallery Opening – Retinotopy

Winners announced for the ELSC photography competition