Ha Tachana was the first railway station in the Middle East, serving as the terminus for the Jaffa–Jerusalem railway. Located beside the sea and operated from 1892 to 1948, today the station was restored and converted to an entertainment and leisure venue.
We made this summer postcard-souvenir on the occasion of our solo exhibition at Mixture Gallery, located at the old Jaffa railway station in Tel Aviv. "Greetings from Ha Tachana", from 28th June until the end of September, presented a selection of our personal and commercial work, including limited editions for sale.
Big thanks to Elli Sahar for the invitation; and specially thanks to my friend Roger Omar for a job well done curating this exhibition. Thanks for your patience too.
Three color screen print on Fedrigoni Old Mill paper. Limited Edition of 125, signed and numbered. Sizes: 350 mm x 450 mm.