Instaguide #Tel Aviv

Whether you’re just visiting Tel Aviv or you’re a seasoned local, these Instagram accounts are a must follow for the inside scoop on art, culture and food in the White City

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8 באפריל 2015

TELAVIVIAN

(@telavivian)

Photo Courtesy of @TelAvivian
Photo Courtesy of @TelAvivian

Telavivian is an online lifestyle magazine about everything Tel Aviv, designed to “capture the detailed features, unique character, and the colorful surroundings of Tel Aviv.” Their Instagram account is a dreamy panorama of the city, with a dash of vintage glamour. Featuring everything from the latest fashions and music to budding designers and architects to food and nightlife, it is jam-packed with cool events and interesting places to visit, and is frequently updated with happenings around town, such as a new pop-up shop or a local performance at a hip bar. Also, enjoy the #TelavivianMoments sprinkled throughout the account – snapshots of beautiful moments around the city, frozen in time.

For more information, see: Website 

TEL avEAT

(@telaveat)

Movieing doughnut / Photo Courtesy of @TelAveat
Movieing doughnut / Photo Courtesy of @TelAveat

Get ready to feast your eyes, and hopefully your stomachs, by following this guide to dining in Tel Aviv. With mouthwatering photo updates from the best spots around town, you’ll never have to worry about where to eat your next meal – this account has it all. Some of the highlights include laid-back lunch places, artisan coffeehouses, yummy froyo and ice cream spots, organic produce grocers, and a few lavish restaurants fit for a special occasion. The best part? Each photo has a location tag that can be clicked on and automatically opened in Maps. Bon appetite!

For more information, see: Website 

MATKONATION

(@matkonation)

Photo by Oded Marom / Courtesy of @Matkonation
Photo by Oded Marom / Courtesy of @Matkonation

In Hebrew, the word “matkon” means recipe, and this blog-like account from dynamic duo Danya and Deana is a peak into the scrumptiously beautiful world of food photography and styling. That’s right – these talented women work together to style and photograph food all over Tel Aviv, from fresh ingredients to finished plates for local restaurants, chefs and cookbooks. Follow their account to step on set and see what happens behind-the-scenes at various photo shoots. Besides getting a taste of their work and all the delectable dishes they are serving up, there are tons of recipe ideas for yummy Israeli (and other) dishes that you can try at home!

For more information, see: Website

La Culture TLV

(@laculturetlv)

If you need a little art and culture in your life, then look no further – the company behind this account hosts “Affordable Art Exhibitions” in Tel Aviv. Whether you’re looking for new, reasonably-priced art for your home, or you’re interested in meeting cool people while browsing different fine art mediums, follow to stay in the know about their upcoming events. Past shows have displayed interesting and colorful items perfect for a little home sprucing, such as pulp illustration artwork. For those with a wobbly to nonexistent knowledge of the Hebrew language, a small drawback is that all the captions and event invites are in Hebrew – however, the date and location are clearly printed, so why not show up and be surprised by whatever the exhibition has in store?

For more information, see: Facebook

Oh-So-Arty

(@ohsoarty)

Ariel Schlesinger's work at Dvir Gallery / Photo Courtesy of @OhSoArty
Ariel Schlesinger's work at Dvir Gallery / Photo Courtesy of @OhSoArty

With her finger on the pulse of the local art scene, Belgian expat Sarah Peguine offers up a mix of new art exhibits, gallery openings and shows, and individual works of art through her “Oh-So-Arty” Instagram account.The account is a reflection of her day to day work: collaborating with artists, attending gallery openings, art consulting, and running private art tours in English, so that visitors and those of us who don’t know Hebrew can learn about the art scene in Tel Aviv. So click that follow button and stay in-the-know.

For more information, see: Website

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