Some 50 of Jerusalem's painters, sculptures, graffiti, video and sound artists will launch a joint exhibition on Friday, turning the capital's Shoshan Street, also knows as the City's "backyard" into a showcase gallery.
The exhibition, titled "Organic Ends," will see the artists revamp the street's exposed doors and pipes, as well as display their works along the street itself, in a process said to last several months.
Among some of the artists taking part in the project are photographer Yoram Amir, painters Ido De La Vega and Oded Ziedel, video artists Itamar Paluga, Dorit Megidor and Rina Peled, to name a few.
The exhibition's curators are Shlomit Yaakov, Yaniv Yor and Arik Portman.
The showing is part of Jerusalem's city sponsored activities, which also include live performance by local artists and prominent DJs, the likes of Terry Poison, and the Jerusalem Dance Workshop.
Access to all performances will be free of charge.