On August 5, I took part in an excellent flashmob contest, I want to thank the staff of the Russian House in Tel Aviv for appreciating my work: “On August 5, Tel Aviv hosted a presentation of the results of the flash mob competition” Caution, colored in love! ”  The competition was held by the Russian House as part of the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the restoration of diplomatic relations between Russia and Israel, in honor of the Russian Day of Family, Love and Fidelity and the Jewish holiday of love Tu be-Av. The presentation was attended by the Ambassador of Russia to Israel A.D.  Viktorov with his wife, director of the Russian House in Tel Aviv D.S.  Parkhomchuk, member of the city council and chairman of the international committee of the Tel Aviv municipality N. Vollokh, director of the international department E. Blizovski, and other compatriots. The winner of the competition in Tel Aviv, artist Vera Maksimova painted a bench in the busiest part of the city – on Rothschild Boulevard near house 94. The same flash mobs were held in Netanya and Haifa.  According to the idea of ​​the Russian House, the benches painted by the winners of the competition will become unique art objects and a place of attraction where residents and guests of Israeli cities will meet and take pictures. “

Ambassador of Russia to Israel A.D.  Viktorov with his wife, director of the Russian House in Tel Aviv D.S.  Parkhomchuk, member of the city council and chairman of the international committee of the Tel Aviv municipality N. Vollokh, director of the international department E. Blizovski, Olga Gelfand Chairman in Association “Moscow” Israel, and other compatriots. Photo by: Lev Gelfand

Photo by Lev Gelfand

Publication about the Сompetition on the Tel Aviv Municipality website

Flash mob competition ” Caution, colored in love!”

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