The museum contains one permanent exhibit - the paintings
of Moshe Tzvi Berger. Berger studied art in Rome and immigrated to Israel in 1992. The Museum of Psalms opened three years later in 1995.
Berger's paintings show a large part of the book of psalms. Each painting
has an actual text as its background. The paintings have, as well, a
Kabalistic and spiritual style to them. The paintings themselves required
over seven years of artistic fervor to complete.
Many of Berger's beautiful paintings are also available for purchase.
The Museum of Psalms is
located at 9 HaRav Kook Street, Jerusalem.
Hours of Admission: Sunday through Thursday, 10am-5pm
Admission is free.