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In pictures: Annual party for Young Friends of the Art Museums of Israel

More than 500 art enthusiasts came together to view world-renowned pieces and avant-garde live dance

  • Lady Vendredi performance
    Lady Vendredi performance
  • BFAMI Young Committee
    BFAMI Young Committee
  • BFAMI Young Committee
    BFAMI Young Committee
  • Antonia Grosse, Annabelle Scholar, Richard Young Danna Heller and  Fiona McGovern
    Antonia Grosse, Annabelle Scholar, Richard Young Danna Heller and Fiona McGovern
  • Anita Zabludowicz, Francine Peters, Jeremy and Annabelle Scholar
    Anita Zabludowicz, Francine Peters, Jeremy and Annabelle Scholar
  • Lady Vendredi performance
    Lady Vendredi performance
  • Renee Benatar and Poju Zabludowicz
    Renee Benatar and Poju Zabludowicz
  • Lady Vendredi performance
    Lady Vendredi performance
  • Hugo Wilson
    Hugo Wilson
  • BFAMI Young Committee
    BFAMI Young Committee
  • Sandra Shashou, Ron Arad and Edeene
    Sandra Shashou, Ron Arad and Edeene
  • Lady Vendredi performance
    Lady Vendredi performance
  • Ron Arad and Anke Aaadler-Slotke
    Ron Arad and Anke Aaadler-Slotke
  • Ron Arad and Michael Craig-Martin
    Ron Arad and Michael Craig-Martin
  • Piotr Krzymowski
    Piotr Krzymowski
  • Fiona McGovern, Danna Heller and Poju Zabludowicz
    Fiona McGovern, Danna Heller and Poju Zabludowicz
  • Poju Zabludowicz and Ron Arad
    Poju Zabludowicz and Ron Arad
  • Annabelle Scholar and Omer Tiroche
    Annabelle Scholar and Omer Tiroche
  • Poju Zabludowicz, Fiona McGovern and Roy Zabludowicz
    Poju Zabludowicz, Fiona McGovern and Roy Zabludowicz
  • Lady Vendredi performance
    Lady Vendredi performance
  • Richard Young
    Richard Young
  • Ben Ashton
    Ben Ashton
  • Lady Vendredi performance
    Lady Vendredi performance

More than 500 art enthusiasts came together for the annual party of the Young British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel on Sunday night.

The party featured works of world-renowned artists, who had donated their pieces for guests to view. The pieces will be auctioned at the upcoming 70th Anniversary Gala for the British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel.

High-profile guests included Poju and Anita Zabludowicz, Ron Arad, Michael Craig Martin, Hugo Wilson, Janis Winehouse, Richard Young, Mark Francis Vandelli and Parisian luxury jeweller Édéene.

Guests were entertained by an avant-garde live dance, sound and voice performance by Lady Vendredi and DJ Sophie Mackail.

Photo credit: http://www.bircanphotography.com

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