A new breathtaking installation, “The Color Of Energy,"  comprising 6-meter high rice paper collages, intricately patterned flags inside and outside of the tower, expansive Beijing Opera-themed oil paintings, and radiantly handwoven carpets, transforms Tel Aviv’s 46 Frishman Street (corner of Dizengoff) exhibition space into a delightful dynamic experience. 

The Jerusalem-born artist, Basmat Levin, who resides and works between Shanghai and New York, introduces a miniature version of her overwhelming “Magic Wall” exhibition in Suzhou, China–a stunning 23 meters by 8 meters mass composition of diverse oil paintings from various periods of her career–to the Tel Aviv landscape. “The Color Of Energy," curated by Shoshan Brosh-Vaitz, is open to the public for the next four months.