Porsche’s SCOPES events come to the Mediterranean.
A recently blossoming hub for nightlife, culture, and technology, Tel Aviv has become a major city on the Mediterranean Sea. Its youth, innovation, and vibrance make it the perfect place for Porsche SCOPES, an event format by the luxury performance auto manufacturer that combines creatives, musicians, and innovators in a space where ideas can be shared and explored. The event, which runs through the 12th of November, is situated in Tel Aviv’s city center and specifically at Beit Romano.
40 artists were involved in the design of the event, which also had the collaboration of Orchid Sportscar Limited. The event features film screenings, discussions, book presentations, podcasts, and art showcases, and two art cars have been deployed around the city to get the word out. Two Porsche Taycans were used as canvases for abstract paintings by Eden Kalif and Shira Barzilay, who are together known as Koketit on social media. Also on display at the event in the middle of the mirror installation by artist Gal Vardi is a 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 4×4 Paris-Dakar, a car that serves as the main inspiration for the new Porsche 911 Dakar which will be revealed soon. Local artists, creatives, and technology pioneers came together to create a unique, insightful, and fun Porsche SCOPES event, adding to the ones that have already been held in Berlin, Amsterdam, Tokyo, and Warsaw.