Tel Aviv’s leading art museum and many others in the region removed works from display during the recent Israel-Palestine conflict.
Israel’s Tel Aviv Museum of Art stood bare as almost 200 works, many on loan from private collectors, were moved into a vault able to withstand rocket attacks during the eight-day Israel-Palestinian conflict this week. The only other time the Tel Aviv Museum had taken such extreme steps to safeguard its works was during the 1991 Gulf War.
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