The Case of Hiroshima – January 14

Due to exhibition change, the museum is closed. We will reopen on January 14th with the new group exhibition, "The Case of Hiroshima".

The Exhibition deals with the consequences of a total annihilation of humanity by humanity itself using the technology it produces, and raises for renewed discussion issues of identity, ethics, sovereignty and the use of military force in a total war that will exterminate mankind.

The Case of Hiroshima
"Museum on the Seam – One of 29 leading art venues around the world”- The New York Times

The Museum

Museum on the Seam is a unique museum in Israel, displaying contemporary art that deals with different aspects of the socio-political reality.

Through the works of artists from Israel and abroad who respond to the tension between and within groups, the Museum invites visitors to examine the degree of influence of the social environment on the individual, and vice versa.

Between the local and the universal, the pluralistic and extreme ideologies, the Museum calls for listening and discussion, for accepting 'the other' who is different from us, and for respecting our fellow human beings and their liberty.

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Opening Hours:
Opening Hours: Mon,Wed,Thu, 10:00-17:00
Tue. 14:00-20:00
Fridays 10:00-14:00
Closed on Saturdays and Sundays

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